Franklin High School - Log Yearbook (Franklin, VA)
- Class of 1956
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W THE 1956 Loc H'
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Franklin, Virginia f
A memory of days past is a
cherished thing in the hearts of
us who have lived those days to-
gether. Such memories are re-
tained for us in the pages of this
To you who read this, we
say, "Ii the past is recalled, and
forgotten classmates are remem-
bered, then the Log has accom-
plished its purpose."
4 2 A
Miss Barbara Blankenship Mrs. Minnie Thomas Beaton Mr. Fred Anstey
Secretary to the Principal Science
FA CU LTY
Miss Patricia Bodkin
Agriculture and Shop
Mr. F. H. Christop r
Miss Bessie F. Dillon
Mrs. Rebecca Carnes Miss Mary Owen Cobb Latin, History,
Choral Home Economics
and Mathematic s
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Liss Winnie Frances Eubank Miss Elizabeth Evans Mrs. Romine Hundley
Social Studies English Commercial
Mr. John D. Pond Mrs. Louise Magette
Assistant Principal Mathematics
Science and History
Mrs. Prudence Thorpe Mr. William C. Snead Mr. Charles Saunders
English Band Physical Education
For her helpful guidance to all students, especially the Fresh-
meng her patience and understanding in classg and her untiring
efforts with the contest playg we dedicate this, the 1956 LOG, to
Miss Elizabeth Evans.
Joe Stewart, Senior Class President, chats with the other
officers - Judy Carr, Secretaryg Florence McGowan, Vice-
Presidentg and Dianna Stephenson, Treasurer.
MOTTO - "To look forward and not back
to look up and not down."
COLORS - Red and White
FLOWER - American Beauty Rose
A typical scene of one senior homeroom.
RACHEL AUGUSTA BRETT
lndividuality is the spice of life. Anon
Contest Play lp Freshman Library Club lg Charter
Library Club 2,35 Student Librarian l,Z,35 Class
Secretary Z, Parliamentarian45 Superlative 45 Jun-
ior Achievement 4, Treasurer 45 Band 2,3,-1, Li-
brarian-lg Editorial Staffof Log 45 Girls' State Del-
egate 35 Football Sponsor 45 Glee Club l,Z,3,'i5 Beta
Club Z,3,4, Chaplain 3, Vice-President -1, Delegate
to Convention 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3,-l, Vice-President 3,
Delegate to Blue Ridge 2,35 F.H.A. Z,3,4, Reporter
3, President 4, Camp Z, Junior Homemaker, Dele-
gate to Convention 35 Chairman of Nominating Com-
mittee 45 Television pr og ram , "Young America
SHIRLEY ANNE BURGESS
The call of marriage speaks loudest. Anon
Freshman Library Club lg Glee Club l,Z,3,45 F.l-I.
A. Z,3,-E5 Frank Chat Staff 45 Business Staff of Log
35 Tri-Ili-Y 4,
ELSIE MARIE BUTLER
Imight be better if I could, but it's awful lonesome
being good. Anon
Freshman Library Club lg Student Librarian 1,25
Superlative 45 Tri -Hi-Y 45 Glee Club Z,3,45 F.H.A.
Z,3,4, Historian 3,45 Prom Committee 2,35 Home-
coming Committee 45 Frank Chat Staff 45 Editorial
Staff of Log 45 Basketball l,Z,3,4.
JUDITH HALL CARR
In he r tongue is the law of kindness. Proverbs
Freshman Library Club l, Secretary 15 Charter
Library Club Z, Secretary Z, Library Play 35 Stu-
dent Librarian lg Class Treasurer 3, Secretary 45
Homecoming Court 35 Glee Club l,2,3,4, Librarian
Z5 Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Secretary 3, President 4, Dele-
gate to Blue Ridge 3, Delegate to District Confer-
ence 45 F,H.A. Z, Camp Z5 Beta Club Z,3,4, Dele-
gate to Convention Z5 Prom Committee 35 Home-
coming Committee 3,45 Social Committee Z5 Foot-
ball sponsor 35 S.C.A. representative 3,45 Girls'
State Alternate 35 Editorial Staff of Log 2,45 Cheer-
WILLIAM EDGAR BAKER
He only is a well-made man who has a good deter-
Charter Library Club Z,3, Library Play Z5 Student
Senate 2,45 Honor Council 2,45 Superlative 4, Beta
Club 2,3,4, Reporter Z, Secretaryll, Treasur -r 35
Hi-Y 2,35 Social Committee Z5 Homecoming Com-
mittee 35 Boys' State Delegate 35 Prom Committee
Let them call it mischief. Ben .Ion-.on
F,F.A, l,Z,3,4, Forestry Contest at V.P.l. Z, Dvl-
egate to Convention 3, Camp Judging Contest at V,
P.l. Z5 Assistant Manager Football Z5 Baseball 35
Prom Committee 35 Hom:-coming Committee 5,65
Safety Patrol 3.
NANCYE JOAN BLYTHE
Speech is gr--at, but silence is greater. Carlyle
Freshman Library Club lg Charter Library Club
Z,35 F.H.A. Z,3,-45 Beta Club 35 Softball l,Z5 Prom
MARY ANN BRETT
You'd have known her by the merriment that spark-
led in her eye. Caroline E, S, Norton
Freshman Library Club lg Charter Library Club Z,
35 F.l-I.A, Z,3, Camp Z5 Student Librarian 15 Glee
Club 45 Frank Chat Staff -15 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Assistant
Basketball Manager Z5 Manager 45 Prom Commit-
NANCY COWAN CIIILDRESS
"luis good to be merry and wise. Jonson
Freshman LibraryClub lg Charter Library Club dp
Tri-I'Ii'Y 3.4, Blue Ridge Delegate Z1 Glee Club 4,
Beta Club Z,3,-4, Chaplain 43 Monogram Club 4, F.
ILA, 1,35 Prom Committee Z,3, Homecoming Com-
mittee 3,-1g Frank Chat Staft 4, Clubs Committee Z,
Business Staff' ot' Logfig Football Sponsor 45 Cheer-
leaderl,Z,3,-i,Co-IleaclFootball-1, Varsity Basket-
ball 59 Softball l.
CARDNI-IR I-ILLIOTT COBB, JR.
A football man, a basketball mang
last but not least, a Iazlies' man. Anon
Freshman Library Club Ig Charter Library Club
lg Library Play lg Class Vice-President Z, Presi-
dent 53 Student S1-nate representative I, Executive
fhairman lg Supa-rlative -lg Clee Club Z, Monogram
Club .1,5,'1g Ijeta d,3, President lg Ili-Y Z,5, Blue
Ridge llvle-gate lg Prorn Committee L, 5, Iiom.-Come
ing Conuriittvw' 3,-4, Fx:-cutive Ch.iirni.in -4, S.C.A.
5, Chivt Marshall for graduation 55 Iloys' State Al-
ti-rnatv 5. Ilusiness Sl.1llOIiI,og 3,-51 Basketball I,
3.5,-1, 'I'ri-Captain 41 Football l,Z,5,-ip Baseball I,
J, S,-lp Hate-ty Patrol l,.L, 3, Captain 3.
Lvl nit' go whe-re'z-rv I will. Iiirierson
I-'reshrnanLibrary Club lg Chart:-r Library Club Z,
Student Librarian l,.i1Clvt- Club l,Z,3,Atg I",IiI,A. Z,
5.4L Prom Committee Sp Homecoming Committee 3,
Ifrank Chat Stat! bl, .Iunior Arliieverrient -1.
SANDRA .I FAN COLLINS
Clan you te-Il me who wrote Shake:-peare's "Romeo
and .Il1Ii4'tt1""7 Anon
Frvshman Library Club lg Charter Library Club Z3
G14-4-Club Z, Tri-Ili-Y -I, FILA. Z3 Prom Commit-
tvc lp Frank Chat Staff 4.
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KATIILYN DOUGLAS CURRIER
Iier voice--the rnusic of the spheres. Pope
Freshman Library Club I, Student Librarian I
Class Vice-President l,3g Representative to Stu-
dent Senate -1gSuperlative -ig Iloniecorning Court 3
'g Glec' Club I,.i,3,4, Secretary J, 'l'rifIIifY KJ,
Chaplain 3, Blue Ridge Delegate .5,5, District Con-
ference Delegate 5,-1, Chaplain of District Confer-
ence- -ig F,lI,A. Z1 Monogram Club 3,-I, Secretary 'l.
Prom Committee 35 Ilomecorning Committee 3,l,
Asst-mbly Committee ZgFootbal1Sponsor -Ig S C.A,
representative 33 Beta Club Z,3, Secretary 3, Dele-
gate to Convention .Ig Business Staff of Log l,Z,3,-Ig
Football Cheerleader .Z,3,4, Co-Captain -lg Basket-
ball l,d,5,f1, Captain 4, Frank Chat Statt' 4.
BFUNA FAYE DAUGIITRFY
The rising blushes, which her cheeks o'er spread.
Frank Chat Staff 43 F.II.A. 1,13 Freshman Library
Club lg Prom Conarnittee 3.
NANCY EDITH DAVIDSON
I shall laugh myself to death, Shakespeare
Freshman Library Club Ip Charter Library Club 2:
Tri-Hi-Y 3,-tg Prom Committee 3g Frank Chat Staff
DIANE ICDITH DOUGIITY
Iam entitledto life, liberty, and the pursuit of men.
Freshman LibraryClub lg Charter Library Club tl,
3, Library Play 3g Tri-IIi-Y 3,-1, Blue Ridge Dele-
Jfgzte 3, District Conference Delegate 4, Secretary
4g Beta Club 3,4, Convention Delegate 35 Prom
Committee 3g Frank Chat Staff -4g Editorial Staff ot'
Log 39 Junior Achievement 4, Sec retar y 4: Glec
Citi A 3,44 9-I X
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NORMAN L. GARDNER
lhada pleasant time with my mind, for it was hap-
Freshman Library Club lg Charter Library Club 2,
33 Prom Committee 35 Safety Patrol l,2,35 Contest
Play 35 Band 35 Junior Achievement 4.
PATRICIA ANNE GOODWIN
The fairest garden in her looks,
And in her mind the wisest books. Cowley
Great Bridge High School 1,2,35 Business Staff of
Log 45 Frank Chat Staff 45 Beta Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y
41 F-H.-A. 49 Glee Club 4: Accompanist 45 Maid of
Honor of Homecoming Court 45 Superlative 4.
WILLIAM FLOYD GRIFFIN
What's the use of worrying? It never was worth-
F.F.A, 1, State Judging Team lg Safety Patrol 3.4,
Prom Committee 3.
ALFRED LEE HATFIELD
l'm as good as I kin be. Field
F.F,A. l,Z.,3,4, Reporter 2, Vice -President 3, Sec-
retary 45 Prom Committee 35 Safety Patrol l,2,3,
Captain of Bus Patrol 3.
SIDNEY DONALD EASON
A little nonsense now and then
ls relished by the wisest men. Anon
FreshmanLibrary Club 15 Charter Library Club 25
Homeroom Officer 4, StudentSenate Representative
25G1ee Club 2.3, Treasurer 351-li-Y 2,35 Monogram
Club 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming
Committee 3,4g Football manager 15 Basketball
manager lg Baseball l,2,3,-1, Co-Captain 4, Ameri-
can Legion Ball l,2,3,45 Captain of Safety Patrol 4.
CAROLYN PAIGE EDWARDS
A true friend is the greatest of all blessings.
Freshman Library Club 15 Charter Library Club
2,35 Student Librarian 25 Tri-Hi-Y 4, Reporter 4,
Blue Ridge Delegate 35 F.H,A. 2,3,4, Secretary 4,
Junior I-lomemaker5 Prom Committee 45 Frank Chat
Staff 45 Basketball 3,45 Softball l,2.
GLENN KILBOURN FAISON
Quiet and cool in appearance, but so is dynamite.
Library Club 15 Monogram Club 15 Prom Commit-
tee 35 Homecoming Committee 45 Varsity Football
15 Varsity Baseball 15 J.V. Baseball lg J,V. Foot-
EDWIN WILL FRANTZ
Modesty becomes a young man. Plautus
Freshman Library Club l5 Monogram Club Z,3,4,
Treasurer 45 Marshall for graduation 3, Basketball
2,F00tba11 l,Z,3,4, Co-Captain 45 Baseball l,2,3,45
American Legion Baseball 1,25 Safety Patrol l.
M,XRGARET RANDOLF HOWERTON
I had rather study men than hooks. Anon
Freshman Library Club lg Secretary-Treasurer of
Freshman Class l5Charter Library ClubZ,35 Home-
coming Court 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Delegate to Blue
Ridge Z,35 Monogram Club 3,45 F.II,A. Z,3,45 Prom
Committee 1,35 Homecorning Com 'nittee 3,45 Clubs
CommitteeZ5 Frank Chat Staff45 Cheerleader I,3,45
PATRICIA ANNE KITCHEN
I sought the simple lite that nature yields. Crable
F,Il,A, L, 3,45Softball l, Prom Committee .55 Home-
coming Comrnittee 45 Band Z.
IIERP-ERT MARTIN LEWIS
Everything handsome about him. Shakespeare
Freshman Library Club I5 Charter Library Club L5
Library Play 3, Superlative 45 Glee Club Z5 Mono-
grarnClub1l5 Hi-Y Z,35 Prorn Committee 55 Home-
coming Committee 3,-lg Marshal for graduation 35
Alternate to Boys' State 35 Football l,.Z,3,45 Bas-
kc-tbill 1,15 Safety Patrol l.
MARCELLA LANDIS LUNG
Anrlwith those voices mingles mine. Lord Macaulay
Fri-rslirlmil LibraryClub I5 Charter Library Club Z,
35 Student Librarian 3, Library Play 35 GleeClub
l,.fl,3,4l5 Prom C o rn m i t t e e 1,35 Basketball Z,3,-4,
CECIL ELMORE LOWE
I envy him his carefree way. Guest
Freshman Library Club I5 Hi-Y 3,45 Monogram
Club 3,4,55 Prom Committee 3, Football l,Z,3,-15
Basketball l,Z,3,45 Baseball l,Z,3,45 American Leg-
ion Baseball 3,45 Safety Patrol Z5 Charter Library
Club Z5 Homecoming Committee 3.
MILDRED JOAN LOWE
The eye hath ever been thought the pearl of the
face John Lyly
Softball I5 F,I'I,A. Z,3,-lg Tri-I-Ii-Y 45 Glee Club 45
Homecoming Committee 3,45 Prom Committee 35
FLORENCE ELIZABETH MCGOWAN
---, in her earnest face
There's such a world of tenderness,
She needs no other grace. Massey
FreshmanLibrary Club l,Presirlent 15 Charter Li-
brary Club L5 Student Librarian lg Class SeCretZiry
3, Vice-President 45 Honor Council Representative
15 Student Senate Representative lg Glee Club l,Z,
3,4, Pianist Z,3,415 Tri-Hi-Y 3,-4, Delegate to Blue
Ridge 35 Monogram Club 3,45 F,II,A. Z, Camp Z5
Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1,45
S.C.A. Representative 45 Girls' State Alternate 35
Editorial Staff of Log l,Z,3,4, Editor 45 Cheerleader
l,2,3,45 Beta Club Z,3,4, Delegate to Convention Z,3.
INA LORETTA MINCHER
She keeps a swivel tongue in her head. Anon
F.H.A. 1,85 Frank Chat Staff 45 Prom Committee Z,
35 Freshman Library Club l.
PATRICIA ANN PARKS
Thy fair hair many hearts enchained. Sidney
G11-e Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 F.H.A.
2,3, Junior Homemakeri Prom Committee 35 Frank
Chat Staff 4.
WILL MACON PHILLIPS
On with the dance! Let joy be unconfined. Byron
Freshman Library Club 1, Reporter 15 Charter Li-
braryC1ub2,3, Vice-President 35 Student Librarian
2,35 Library Play 35 Reporter 55 Secretary of Stu-
dent Senate 45 S.C.A, Dele gate 45 Superlative 45
Homecoming Court 1,35 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-
Y 3,-1, Blue Ridge Delegate 3, District Conference
Delegate 45 Monogram Honorary Member 45 F.H,A,
35 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 45
Nominating Committee 45 Frank Chat Staff 45 Con-
test Play 1,2, Manager 35 Basketball 1,2,45 Cheer-
CURTIS CARL ROCK, JR.
Never do today what you can put off 'til tomorrow.
Safety Patrol 1,25 Baseball 15 Football 1,45 Mono-
gram Club 4.
ANN CRABOR SCOTT
The joy of youth and health her eyes displayed.
Freshman Librai-yClub 15 Charter Library Club Z,
3, Student Librarian 1,2,3, Library Play 35 Glee
Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 4, Delegate to Conference 45 F.H.
A. Club 2,4, Camp 25 Beta Club 2,3,4, Vice-Presi-
dent 3, President 45 Delegate to Convention 2,35
Prom C ommitte e 35 Homecoming Committee 45
Editorial Staff of Log 45 Business Staff of Log 35
JAMES ALBERT NICHOLAS, JR.
I-le profits most who serves the best. Sheldon
Class President 1,25 Beta Club Z,3,4, Delegate to
Convention2,35 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Cvlee Club 3,
45 Boys' State 35 Student Body President 45 Base-
ball 15 Football l,2,3,4, Co-Captain 45 Basketball
1,2,3,45 Social Committee 25 Superlative 45 I-li-Y
2,3,4, Delegate to Blue Ridge 35 Rotary Represen-
tative 45 Valentine King Z5 Editorial Staff of Log 4.
LEON NORFLEET OLD
Everybody likes himandhe is worthy of their
Freshman Library Club 15 Charter Library Club 25
Superlative 45 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Prom Com-
mittee 45 Marshall for graduation 35 All Tidewater
Honorable Mention in basketball 35 Basketball l,2,
3,4, Tri-Captain 45 Football Manager 152,35 Foot-
ball-lg Baseball l,2,3,45 American Legion Baseball
2,3,45 Safety Patrol l,Z,3,4, Captain 4.
ROY CARTER PACE
A fellow full of infinite jest. Shakespeare
Freshman Library Club l5 Charter Library Club
2,35 Superlative 451-li-Y 3,45 Basketball 152,35 Foot-
ball l,2,35 Safety Patrol 1,2,3,4, Captain 45 Junior
CLYDE EDWARD PARKER
Knowledge is power. Gosh! How weak 1 feel. Anon
Freshman Library Club 15 Monogram Club 3,4,55
Prom Committee 35 Football 1,2,3,4.
BEVERLY HESTER SCOTT
Opprvssed by two evils, classes and work. Anon
Freshman Library Club lg Charter Library Club 2,
35 Monogram Club l,2,3,-ig Homecoming Committee
lg Basketball l,-1, Manager 2,35 Baseball 4, Man-
ager 1,25 Football 2,3,4p Safety Patrol l.
JESSE HOBSON SCOTT, JR.
A man of letters, and of manners, too. Courper
Monogram Club 45 Beta Club 2,35 Prom Committee
35 Marshall for graduation 35 Football 1.-4, 3.43 Base-
ball 1,25 Basketball l,2g Safety Patrol l',2,3, Cap-
tain lg .Iunior Achievement 4.
HAZEL LOUISE SHELTON
The love light in her eyes. Coleridge
Transfer from Hopewell Highp Charter Library Club
2, 3, Student Librarian l,2, 35 Freshman Library Club
lp llomecoming Queen 45 Glee Club 45 F.l-l.A. 2,35
Prom C o m m i tt e e 35 Homecoming Committee 3g
Frank Chat Staff 45 Editorial Staff of Log 4.
BARBARA ANNE STEPHENSON
How sweet and gracious. Fields
Freshman Library Club lg Charter Library Club 2,
3, Student Librarian l,2,3g Clet- Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y
4, F.II.A. 2,3,4, Camp 2, Junior llomemakerg Prom
Committee 2,3g Homecoming Committee 3.
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EUGENIA DIANA STEPI-IENSON
We met on roads of laughter. Devine
Freshman Library Club lg Charter Library Club 2,
Treasurvr 2, Student Librarian l, Library Play5
Superlative 45 Homecoming Court 45 Glee Club l,2,
3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, District Conference -l, Chaplain
-fl, Delegate to Blue Ridge 2,35 Prom Conimittee 35
Homecoming Committee 3.-15 Assembly Committee
Z5 Valentine Queen 25 Business Staff of Log l,2,3,-15
Contest Play 3g Cheerleader 2,3,45 Treasurer -4.
ROBERT IIINES STEPHENS
There never was a saint with red hair. Russian
Football 35 Baseball l,2,35 Basketball 1,25 Library
Club 1,25 Glee Club 2,3945 Prom Committee 35 Home -
coming Committee -15Hi-Y 2,3,-lg Junior Achieve-
mentag Alternate for Boys' State 35 Usher for Sen-
ior Play -15 Ticket Committee for Senior Play 4.
FREDERICK BRUCE STEWART
God bless the man
who first invented sleep! Saxe
Band 3,45.Iunior A:'hievement41 Baseball l,3g Foot-
ball l5 Basketball l,3,45 Marshall for graduation 35
Nominating Committee 45 Prom Committee 31 Home -
coming Committee 45 Tennis 4,
JOSEPH TAYLOR STEWART, JR.
I came, I saw, I conquered Anon
Class Prcsident45 Freshman Library Club lg Char-
ter Library Club Z, President 25 Glee Club 2,3,4,
Librarian 35 Prom Committee 331-Iomeeoming Com-
mittee 2,4, S,C,A, representative 45 Business Staff
of Log l,Z,3,45 Contest Play Z5 Basketball 1,21Foot-
MARTHA LOUISE VAUGHAN
Have a place for everything, and have everything
in its place. Anon
Freshman Library Club l5 Charter Library Club 2,
35 F.H.A. Club 2,3,45 Secretary 3, Reporter 45 Prom
Committee 2,35 Edito rial Staff of Log 3,45 Beta
Club 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Treasurer 45 Homecoming
Committee 45 Frank Chat Staff 4.
.IULIAN PILAND WHITLEY, JR.
I never think of the future. It comes soon enough.
Freshman Library Club 15 Glee Club Z,3,55 Mono-
gram Club 2,3,4,55 Pre sident 45Hi-Y 2,35 Vice-
President 35 Prom Committee 4,55 Publicity Com-
mittee 45 All Tidewater Honorable Mention 25 Bas-
ketball 1,2, 3, 45 Captain 45 Football l,2,3,45 Co-
Captain 45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 American Legion Ball
ANNIE LEE YOUNG
Her smileis punctuated by two deep dimples. Anon
Freshman Library Club 15 Charter Library Club 2,
35 Student Librarian l5 President 35 Homecoming
Court 15 Glee Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Reporter 35
Delegate to District Conference 35 F.H.A, 2,3,4,
Junior Homemaker, Vice-President 4, President of
Southeastern FederationF.H.A. 4, Delegate to Con-
vention 35 Beta Club 3, Delegate to Convention 35
Prom Committee 35 Girls' State 35 Business Staff
of Log 25 Cheerleader 4.
PATRICIA MAE TYREE
Iam what I seem--fancy free. Martial
Freshman Library Club 15 F.H.A, 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y
45 Glee Club 3,45 Frank Chat Staff 45 Basketball l,
23 Band 3,4.
SARA ELIZABETH VANAMAN
Happy is the house that shelters a friend. Emerson
Transfer from Stuttgart, Arkansasg Glee Club 3,45
Tri-Hi-Y 45 F,H,A, 3,45 Prom Committee 35 Band 4.
CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA VAUGHAN
I never with important air in conversation over-
Charter Library Club 25 Glee Club 4,55 Tri-Hi-Y
45 F. H. A. Club 2,55 Prom Committee 3,45 Frank
Chat Staff 45 Softball 3.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
To the Administration we leave the satis-
faction of a job well done.
To our teachers we leave our sincere grati-
tude for a helping hand during our high school
To the Juniors we leave the thrill of walk-
ing down the aisle for the first time.
To the Sophomores we leave the excitement
of receiving their class rings.
To the Freshmen we leave the privilege of
voting in student affairs.
To the incoming Freshmen we leave a year
in which they may be orientated.
To our sturdy building we leave our invisi-
ble trademarks and memories to linger in the
William Baker leaves his place in Beta Club
to Everett Butler with hopes it will give him
Joan Blythe and Barbara Stephenson leave
their sweet, friendly and likeable manner to Mil-
dred Holland and Linda Hagen.
Mary Ann Brett leaves her mouton coat to
Winnie Pierce so that Barbara Jean won't out-
shine her with her blond one.
Shirl'e5Burgess and Sandra Collins leave to
get marrie .
Marie Butler leaves her athletic ability to
Judy Carr leaves her sweet smile to Ella
Nanc Childress leaves her beloved spot as
head c eer eader to Alice Smith.
Elliott Cobb leaves his zest for living to
Jerline Cobb leaves her spot in Choral Class
to anyone with a love for singing.
Kay Currierleaves her lovely soprano voice
to Judy Dampier.
Diane Doughty and Dianna Stephenson leave
Danny Balfour and Jimmy Best to the Freshmen
"Little" Carolyn Edwards leaves her nick-
name to Mary Frances Williams.
Martha Vaughan leaves her polite and quiet
ways to a deserving Jacqueline Blythe.
Pat Parks leaves her cunning ways to cap-
turing boys and especially Lt.'s in the army to
Brenda Bradshaw and hopes she does as well as
she has. GOOD LUCK!!!
Bruce Stewart leaves his ability to play the
violin to Joe Chase.
Jimmy Nicholas leaves his place on the su-
perlative page to "Bo" Lewis.
Herbie Lewis leaves the road to Suffolk to
Dean Wagenbach, since he doe sn't use it anymore.
Nancy Davidson leaves her flirty ways to
Eddie Frantz leaves his size and strength
to Jimmy Rhodes.
Pat Goodwin leaves her love for music to
Sara Vanaman and Leon Old leave their spot
under the Maple tree to Mary Alice Hargrove
and Oscar Gray.
Cecil Lowe, Clyde Parker, and Robert Ste-
phens leave their seats in Mrs. Hundley's all
girl homeroom to any boys with strong constitu-
Charlotte Vaughan leaves her brother to
Julian Whitley leaves ---- he hopes!
Mills Beale leaves his wisecracks to James
Jesse Scott leaves his pea-green car to Bus -
ter Butler to add to his collection.
Glenn Faison leaves his dark hair to Wayne
Dunn. We could stand a change.
Billy Griffin leaves his eraser fights in 4th
period study hall to anyone with a good aim. OK!
Richard Edwards ?
Ro Paceleaves his speaking ability in Eng-
lish Class to anyone who is at a loss for words.
J oe T aylo r Stewart leaves his office as
President of the Senior Class to "Ames Chris-
Norman Gardner leaves his car to Buck
Bryant with hopes he'll slow down on curves.
Loretta Mincher leaves her haircut to Liz
Annie Lee Young leaves her dimples to Jean
Hazel Shelton leaves her homecoming crown
to Virginia Whitley.
Marcella Long leaves her well known walk
to Meredith Day.
Patt Tyree leaves her naturally curly red
hair to Mart a arham.
Will Macon Phillips leaves her crackpot
ideas to Ann Phillips - -Let's keep it in the family.
Patricia Kitchen and Joan Lowe leave their
friendship to Lena and Linda Edwards.
Florence McGowan and Ann Scott leave their
petite ways to Nancy Dameron and Gwen March.
Curtis Rook leaves his speed on the football
field to John Brenner.
Peg y Howerton leaves her dark lipstick to
Donnie Eason leaves his barber clippers to
anyone who can cut flat-tops.
Lastly, the Senior girls leave hope to Mr.
Pond for next year's team.
Thus we the class fo 56 leave our most trea-
sured possessions for future use.
Testator: Will Macon Phillips
Witnesses: Loretta Mincher
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Dianna Stephens on
Under the leadership of very capable officers -
Brenda Bradshaw, Lovie Anne Umphlette, Curt
Sweitzer, and Ames Christopher - the Junior
Class had a successful year.
Kaye Baker Martha Barham
James Beale Jacqueline Blythe
Phil Blythe Brenda Bradshaw
Carolyn Bradshaw Sybil Bradshaw
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Sue Walker Pace
Clara Bess Stradley
Lovie Ann Umphlette
Everyone felt like they were really Intermission time! Boy, are they
in Paris when they gazed at the Eiffel glad for achance to rest those tired,
Tower. aching feet!
Wonderful refreshments from "Cafe The Belltones add just the right note.
Through the Arc de Triumphe -into
the city of Paris.
Mr. Christopher receives a gift of
appz' ec iation from Elliott Cobb,
president of the Junior Class.
Dan Balfour . .
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Bill Goodwin .... Reporter-Historian
Judy Pittman . . . Secretary-Treasurer
Oscar Grey . ...... President
Hugh Taylor . . Vice-President
8th GRADE OFFICERS
Faye Durrette . . Secretary-Treasurer
Robert Powers . ....... President
Glenda Nicholas . . Vice-President
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EIGHTH GRADE SNAPSHOTS
A typical scene in
Miss Evans' room.
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Oude"-Craig gets the chup-
yells Kenneth, interrupting
a tender love scene.
The students enjoyed decor -
ating floats for the Horne-
Everyone cast his ballot on
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ior girls facts about the Pfofess
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Elliott talks to a homecoming committee.
The Seniors puzzle over the type of
E v e r y o n e enthusiastically bought
pennants that the Beta Club sold.
invitations they want for graduation.
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of the girls' basketball team, look
as if they enjoy cleaning up the lock-
y Ann and Mary Alice, managers
of the Tri-Hi-Y Worship Committee
arrange the altar for the Thanks-
giving devotional program.
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Seated, left to right: Patty Tyree, Sybil Bradshaw, Shirley Burgess, Patsy Picot, Greta Fowler,
Annie Lee Young, Rachel Brett, Kay Currier, Mary Alice Hargrove, Olivia Gruschow, Charlotte
Vaughan, Nancy Davidson, Sandra Collins. Second Row: Lena Edwards, Nancy Childress, Brenda
Bradshaw, Peggy Howerton, Meredith Day, Marie Butler, Sara Vanaman, Linda Edwards, Barbara
Stephenson, Ann Scott. Third Row: Mary Ann Brett, Florence McGowan, Pat Goodwin, Martha
Barham, Pat Parks, Virginia Whitley, Alice Smith, Sue Walker Pace, Betty Cobb, Sandra Sandlin.
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laing Will Macon Phillips,
Left to right: Carolyn Edwards, Reporter, Dianna Stephenson, C p
Vice-President, Judy Carr, Presidentg Diane Doughty, SecretaryVyfMartha Vaughan, Treasurer,
and Winnie Frances Eubank, Advisor. y
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Ann Scott, President, Sue Wal-
ker Pace, Secretary, Ames
Christopher, Treasurer: Ra-
chel Brett, Vice-Presidentg
Nancy Childress, Chaplain,
William Baker, Judy Carr,
Diane Doughty, Olivia Grus-
chow, Reporter, Pat Goodwin,
Florence McGowan, Jimmy
Nicholas, Martha Vaughan,
Brenda Bradshaw, Linda Ed-
wards, NancyJohnson, Tommy
Lewis, Lovie Ann Umphlette.
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Mrs. Louise P.
of the Beta Club,
advised the group
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First Row, left to right: Shirley Burgess, Mary Alice Hargrove, Brenda Bradshaw, Linda Hagan,
Howard Helleckson, Barbara Stephenson, Pat Parks, Joe Taylor Stewart, Buster Butler, Randy
Gordon, Jimmy Rhodes, Meredith Day, Phil Blythe. Second Row: Earl Edwards, Richard Ed-
wards, Florence McGowan, Marcella Long, Sue Walker Pace, Judy Carr, Diane Doughty, Pat
Goodwin, Rice Day, Dianna Stephenson,SandraSandlin,Rachel Brett, Betsy Parker. ThirdRow:
Jimmy Nicholas, Vashti Wrenn, Sara Vanaman, Lillian Drake, Beth Jones, Gail Tyree, Elaine
Barrett, Eileen Hassett, Martha Barham, Jerline Cobb, Charlotte Vaughan, Annie Lee Young,
Marie Butler, Peggy Howerton, Emagene Butler, Jane Williams, Freddie Lowe. Fourth Row:
Chirpie Branch, Kay Currier, Jo Anne Drewry, Patty Tyree, Nancy Johnson, Diane Whitley,
Ernestine Cutchins, Linda Holland, Mildred Holland, Virginia Whitley, Julian Whitley, Jack Hirsch,
John Brenner, Ames Christopher, Kaye Baker, Alice Smith, Curt Sweitzer, Nancy Childress,
Will Macon Phillips, Mary Ann Brett.
Julian Whitley, president, Pat
Parks, secretaryg and Eileen
Hassett and Shirley Burgess,
librariansggather around the
piano where the two pianists,
Pat Goodwin and Florence Mc-
Gowan are seated.
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Left to right: Diane Whitley, Vashti Wrenn, Alice Smith, Kay Currier, Hazel Shelton Queen
Pat Goodwin-Maid-of-Honor, Dianna Stephenson, Virginia Whitley, Brenda Bradshaw, and Linda
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mer cial students .
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on the machine.
And finally, the students get the'
news, hot off the presses!
Clara Bess Stradley, Lena Ed-
wards, Martha Vaughan, Annie
Lee Young, Marie Butler, and
Carolyn Edwards watch their
president, Rachel Brett, give
Seated, left to right: Clara Bess Stradley, Carolyn Edwards, Martha Vaughan, Rachel Brett,
Annie Lee Young, Lena Edwards, Miss Cobb, Marie Butler. First Row: Ann Scott, Sara Vana-
man, Shirley Burgess, Vivian Scott, Chirpie Branch, Sybil Bradshaw, Carolyn Benson, Betty
Jean Benson, Hilda Beale, Elaine Barrett, Charlotte Holt. Second Row: Mildred Holland, Greta
Fowler, Peggy Howerton, Linda Edwards, Barbara Beale, Wilma. Scott, Jacqueline Blythe, Nancy
Johnson,Carole King, Cynthia Keeter. Third Row: Barbara Stephenson, Pat Kitchen, Charlotte
Vaughan, Joan Blythe, Martha Barham, Jessie King, Jerline Cobb, Pat Goodwin, Betty Bradshaw,
Randy 'G o r d o n, Carlton Cut-
chins, Frankie Parker, Walter
You.ng, Mac Edwards, and
Johnny Scott are identifiedby
the symbols in front of them.
Kneeling, left to right: Mac Edwards, Hugh Taylor, Johnny Scott, and Douglas Williams. Stand
ing, First Row: Mr. Anstey-sponsor, Ray Turner, Randy Gordon, Walter Young, Walter Story
Hubert Bridges. Second Row: Frank Ellis, Carlton Cutchins, Wilbur Hatfield, Lloyd Bradshaw
Third Row: James Beale, Earl Edwards, Frankie Parker, James Hllnnings, Councill Vaughan
Joe Chase, Richard Edwards.
1 Bda First Row, teft to right: Bruce Stewart,
SS G 0 Warren WIIIIBITIS, Bucky Tart. Second
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pf-3RCQi1SDay, Mlldli-E, J. W' Second Row: Margaret Picot, Curt S
I t. Mex-ed1tLi11ian Dfa zez-,John Bryant. Th'
Left to r1Sl2E!B,-anch,her. beth
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1rd Row: Mary Eliza-
Brett, Orsalia Asterix, Patsy Bur-
row, Richard Stewart.
The drum majorette,
Brenda Bradshaw, did a
fine job of leading the band
Florence sorts out pictures that have just
arrived from the photographer.
Seated, left to '
rlghtz Marie Butler, Florence McGowan-Editor-in-Chief, O1ivia.Gruschow-Assis-
tant Editor, Alice Smith, and Ann Scott. Standing: Betsy Parker, Judy Carr, Lovie Am. Umph-
lette, Bucky Tart, Jimmy Nicholas, Martha Barham, Rachel Brett, Martha Vau h
g an, and Sybil
Dianna very efficiently managed her job
of making the total amounts balance.
Seated, left to right: BethJones, Oscar Gray, Jimmy Rhodes, Nancy Childress, Sue Walker Pace-
tB ' ess Mana er DiannaStephenson Business Manager Brenda Bradshaw,A1ice Smith,
assistan usin g , - ,
and Pat Goodwin. Standing: Ames Christopher, Watt Jones, Clyde Gouldman, Joe Stewart, Dean
Wagenbach, Elliott Cobb, Kay Currier, and Tommy Lewis.
Left to right: Kay Duffy, Nancy Johnson, Tommy Lewis-President, William Baker, Ray Johnson.
Over plans Igor E-:Ihnstopher talk
yea1"S work. Ono' Coll-Y1Ci1'S
Seated, left to right: Ray Johnson, Kay Currier, Tommy Lewis-Vice-President J' N'
, 1mmy xcholas-
Pr e s mdent, Wxll Macon Phillips-Secretary, William Baker, Nancy Johnson. Standing: Jimmy
Rhodes, Kay Duffy, Robert Powers, Elliott Cobb, Ames Christopher, Joe Stewart, Linda Hagan,
Greta Fowler, Miss Eubank-Sponsor.
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through the year.
Delegates and Alternates to Girls' and Boys' State were: Left to right-Rachel Brett, Elliott Cobb
William Baker, Judy Carr, Florence McGowan, Annie Lee Young, Herbie Lewis, and .Timmy Nicholas
GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATE
Annie Lee was a c andidate for delegate to William and .Timmy Studied the way the gov
Girls' Nation, and Rachel was chairman of ernment iS run-
the State Alcoholic Beverage Board.
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Mr. Anstey, sponsor of safety patrol, with the leaders of the patrols.
A view of safety
patrol in action.
Patrol 1: Leon Old-Captain, Gary Wagenbach-Lieutenant,
Phil Blythe, Dan Fowler, Charles Corbitt, Kent Phillips,
Richard Galtress, William Liles, George Jakeman, Bobby
Bradshaw, Bobby Sandlin, Charles Crumpler, Bobby Vinson,
Eddie Wade, Henry Copeland, Walter Story, Edward Blythe,
and BarrySteadham. Patrol Z: Randy Gordon-Lieutenant,
Roy Pace-Captain, Gordon Morris, Frank Ellis, Raymond
Lankford, Andy Scott, Johnnie Ray Turner, Ronnie Berrier,
Wedford Turner, Derwood Jones, Roy Sweitzer, Gerald Whit-
ley, Alan Trousdale, Marion Dedge, Bobby Lee Gray, Ed-
wardDedge,David Blythe, and Alton Vick. Patrol 3: Walter
Young-Captain, Johnny Scott-Lieutenant, Douglas Williams,
Willard Hatfield, Roland Cutchins, Bert Blythe, Joe Vaughan,
Billy Duffy, Rudy Edwards, Edward Johnson, Jerry Eubanks,
Tommy Turner, Frankie Edwards, Mac Edwards, Billy Grif-
fin, Louis Brown, and Doug Holt.
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The illoebcgncession at games
First Row, left to right: Kay Currier,
Peggy Howerton, Nancy Childress, Dianna
Stephenson, and Florence McGowan. Sec-
ond Row: Herbie Lewis, Rice Day, Elliott
Cobb, Richard Edwards, Joe Stewart, Jul-
ian Whitley, Dean Wagenbach, Leon Old,
Gary Wagenbach, and Tommy Lewis. Third
Row: Curtis Rook, Robert Tomlin, Randy
Gordon, Clyde Parker, Earl Edwards,
Frankie Parker, John Brenner, Edwin
Daughtrey, Beverly Scott, Eddie Frantz,
Haley Newman, Donnie Eason, Bennie
Scott, Jimmy Nicholas, Cecil Lowe, and
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Curtis Rook, halfback
Bennie Scott, fullback
Leon Old, end
Jimmy Nicholas, end
Eddie Frantz, guard
Joe Taylor Stewart, guard
Elliott Cobb, guard
Front, left to right: Florence Mc-
Gowan, Nancy Childress-Captain,
and Dianna Stephenson. Back: Annie
Lee Young, and Peggy Howerton.
Front, left to right: Judy Carr, Nancy
Childress and Kay Currier-Co-Cap-
tains, and Alice Smith. Back: Peggy
Howerton, Will Macon Phillips, Vir-
ginia W hit 1 e y . Dianna Stephenson,
Annie Lee Young, and Florence Mc-
Tri-Captains Edwin Daughtrey, E1-
liott Cobb, and Leon Old say, "We'1l
do our best, Coach!"
Front Row, left to right: Edwin Daughtrey, Elliott Cobb, Leon Old. Back Row: Jimmy Rhodes
Manager, Wayne Dunn, Cotton Cobb, Albert Faison, Bruce Stewart, Beverly Scott, Jimmy Nicho
las, Richard Edwards, Clyde Gouldman, Tommy Lewis.
Left to right: Buck Bryant, Freddie Lowe, Paul Larsh, Bill Goodwin,Jim Best, Dan Fowler
Holt Livesay, Phil Blythe.
Mr. Saunders coaches the .T.V. team
as well as the varsity.
Mr. Pond and Miss Bodkin give some
of the girls a last minute word of
Left to right: Marie Butler, Diane Whitley, Will Macon Phillips, Kaye Baker, Brenda Bradshaw
Virginia Whitley, Alice Smith, Kay Currier-Captain, Marcella Long, Meredith Day, Ann Scott
Linda Hagan, Lena Edwards, Carolyn Edwards, Emagene Butler.
Kay Curr1er, Captam
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the kmd co operatmn of the merchants, the
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been poss1ble The assoclatlon we have
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VAUGHAN AND CUMPANY
THE OLD,BIG, STRONG BANK
E stabli shed 1886
Fr anklin, Virginia
MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT
Look To The
For Daily Newspaper Coverage of
F ranklin And The Tidewater
Sales and Service
Complim ents of
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Complete Insurance Service
ROBERT T, EDWARDS, D.D,S
Second Avenue -Franklin
Best Wishes To The Class Of 1956
MERCHA TS 81 FARMERS
BA K GF FRA KLI
Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Franklin , Vi r ginia
someo unosn Aumomv or me cocA-con commw sv
SUFFOLK COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS
F. L. WHITLEY '
JONES DRUG COMPANY
H. P. BEALE 8: SONS
Courtland , Virginia
leaners and Laundry
IN PARENT - TEACHER
Florist and Gift Shop
Second Avenue-Franklin, Va.
J. J. PACE SUPPLY COMPANY
Plumbing 8: Heating Supplies
COOK ELECTRIC COMPANY
Pre s cripti on Specialist
BRANCI-VS SHOE SHOP
107 First Avenue
JOYNER'S DRIVE -IN RESTAURANT
G. H. STEINHARDT
J. 8: E. AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY
HOLLAND AND CORBITT
GEE 'S GRO CE RY
NICHOLSON AND WEEDE
Feed and Flower Seeds
RELIABLE FURNITURE STORE
WHICH HAS PLEDGED
"To Look up and not down,
To look forward
and not back . "
L. L. MANRY AND SONS
ROSE BROTHERS JEWELRY
mmzrmsis, mc. WESMNAUTO
BILL JOHNSON'S MUSIC SHOP
WHIT LE Y HARDW ARE
Building Material-Farm Supplies
Men's and Students' Wear
Phone 8931 - Main St.
PEEBLES ' DEPARTMENT STORE
CAVALIER MOTORS THORNTON-LIVESAY, INC.
. Hope you Seniors
dwg aspire for and get
the best in life.
BRONCO DONUT SHOP
WHITEWAY CAFE Compliments of
OPCH 6 A-M--12 P-M- Insurance Real Estate
ROSE'S 5-I O-25c STORES
Complimems of Compliments of
JOHNSON 8: CONWELL
FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL
W. C. SAUNDERS 6' CO.
717 East Grace Street
DARDEN OIL COMPANY
Distributors of MEDICAL STAFF
Raiford Memorial Hospital
Tires and Batteries
CONGRATULATIONS 8: BEST WISHES
Senior Class of 1956
EQUIPMENT CO., INC.
Franklin , Virginia
Compliments of PANTON at LACKLAND co., INC
TOMMY LAND'S SERVICENTER FIRESTONE
Auto Supplies, Toys,
' and Record Shop
Phone - 8 5 78
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