Franklin High School - Log Yearbook (Franklin, VA)

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THE LOG PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OF FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL Franklin, Virginia o ALMA MATER Here ' s to Franklin ' s Alma Mater Gold against the sky; Here ' s to Franklin ' s Alma Mater As the years go by; Forward onto victory March right down the field; Here ' s to Franklin ' s Alma Mater We must never yield. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Administration Classes Activities Sports Ads 2 THE CHEMISTRY OF A GOOD SCHOOL r % Qx cJf CcAb 0U| l k , A O-cj. 8 A [ x9-G| A yvSbo- A y 9U AOAskJ ZA W o aP XATi - A tOcu A cr OP " r cl AsC 61 czyicSAr- ' X cr w% I J krTsp) cvjdh yf ALe, ■ ° ‘fAciMM cii lliytgd- jlJL ? , y o UA ) J W X, A school which functions propei’ly makes it possible for its students to obtain a good education and to develop into good citizens. A good school is not composed of any one separate ingredient but is composed of many different elements to make up the formula which aids the students in be- coming wellrounded individuals. 3 GOALS PURPOSE COOPERATION PARTICIPATION IN COMMUNITY PROJECTS Qjjuck- c xxJatfij 0 ACADEMIC PREPARATION Parlez-vous francais ? Ces eleves parlent francais. The laws of logic are learned through mathematics. VOCATIONAL Also, by mastering bookkeeping, the student insures himself a job in the business field. By learning to type with accuracy, the student is pre- paring himself for work after grad- uation. EDUCATION In Home Economics good cooks become better cooks. A boy can gain practical knowl- edge through his work in shop classes. EXTRA CURRICULAR Selling stationery is a project of the junior class. FUN ENTHUSIASM =A GOOD SCHOOL DEDICATION Just as a good school has a formula, so does a good teacher. Enthusiasm plus dedication plus interest in individual students plus deep knowledge of a subject equal to Mrs. Magette. In geometry, algebra, or trigonometry, her students get the best instruction and have the best re- sults. To you, Mrs. Magette, we fondly dedicate our 1965 LOG and wish you the best of luck and happiness. 12 ADMINISTRATION (Chemists) 1 ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT Mr. F. H. Christopher SUPERINTENDENT Mr. E. E. Brickell Franklin City School Board LEFT to RIGHT: Mr. Dan Peak, Dr. E. B. Gatten, Jr., Mr. Joe King, Jr., Mr. Jim E. Henry, Mr. William Thomas Jones. 14 ADMINISTRATION PRINCIPAL Mr. Garland E. Jackson I ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Mr. Joe Lentz GUIDANCE DIRECTOR Mrs. Romine Hundley SECRETARY Miss Patricia Duck 15 We Become More Creative Through Language Arts The language arts program, in preparing students for a creative and responsible life in a democracy, is of paramount importance. Through language arts, students learn the important art of communication- vivid speech, intelligible writing, appreciative listening, the skillful use of books, and reading with comprehension. Mrs. Johnson r- Mrs. Thorpe teaches Eng- lish V and English 1; Mrs. Johnson, English IV and English IE; Miss Evans, English I and English n. Mrs. Jackson and Mr. Vess also teach classes of Eng- lish II and English in. Mrs. Thorpe Miss Evans We Become Better Informed Through the Library " Reading maketh a full man " ; it opens up many avenues of learning. Through books we make many new friends and visit far away countries. Attractive displays of current books awaken the interest of students to read more books. With her cooperation and her willing- ness to help, Mrs. Gadberry has encouraged many students to do their best work. We Become More Discriminating Through Mathematics and Science Today, more than e er b efore, if we are to understand our civilization and sur- roundings, and if we are to make wise de- cisions, it is necessary for us to have some knowledge of scientific principles and methods and to develop scientific attitudes. Those teachers who have helped us to- ward these goals are Miss McBride, Mr. Ledford, and Mr. Lentz. both as a student and later as an adult, to live more intelligently in the quantitative society of today. Those teachers who have made this pos- sible are Mrs. Magette, Mr. Lassister, Mrs. Cotton, and Mrs. Jackson. We Become Better Acquainted With Others Through Languages and Social Studies The study of foreign languages helps in promoting international good-feeling and understanding. Miss Eubank teaches Latin I and II. These courses give the student an opportunity to learn of the classics and culture of ancient Rome. Mr. Vess teaches French I and II. This gives the student an opportunity to learn the customs of a modern country. Miss Eubank Mr. Vess Mrs. Beale Mrs. Ledford Mr. Versprille A major objective of the social studies program is the development of fundamental concepts concerning the economic, social, and cultural life of the people through exploring the com- munity as well as other sources of in- formation. Mrs. Beale, Miss Eubank, Mrs. Ledford, and Mr. Versprille have strived to make this objective a reality. We Become More Appreciative of the Arts Through Music Mr. Barton We Become Better Balanced, Physically and Mentally, Through Health and Physical Education The health and physical education de- partment strives to build physical abilities and control by providing a rich program of many activities that help develop neuro- muscular skills. Physical education also teaches fair play and teamwork. Through health instruction continued emphasis is placed upon personal hygienic habits with regard to care of the body, nails, hair, skin, teeth, eyes, ears, nose, throat, and feet. Music is one of the oldest and most important of man ' s arts. It is all around us. Great is the power of music. It may soothe or enchant; it is an international language; it provides an escape to a dream world. Mr. Barton strives to awaken in each student cultural appre- ciation for music. By exercise, drills, and hard practice, he has attained much success with his students. We Become Better Homemakers Through Home Economics Mrs. Riddick The study of Home Economics teaches a student the fundamental principles of foods and homemaking. These students, supervised by Mrs. Riddick, lea rn to make their homes, as well as themselves, more attractive. We Become More Efficient and Better Prepared for Practical Work Through Shop and Commercial Courses Class work in the commercial courses and practical problems in office procedure prepare the student to take his place in the business world. Bookkeeping classes, taught by Mrs. Dar- den, teach the student to keep his employer ' s book correctly and to balance a budget. Typing I and II, taught by Mrs. Darden and Mrs. Eley, emphasize speed and accuracy. An important aim of this department is to offer practical training for future use in the bus- iness world. Emphasis is placed on industrial arts as basic training for future voca- tions as well as a means of developing simple tool skills and mechanical abilities useful in the home, school, and avoca- tion al life of the pupil. Mr. Trewisthe industrial arts instructor. Mrs. Darden Mrs. Eley Mr. Trew CLASSES (Elements) SENIORS of 1965 Jr CLASS OFFICERS Parker Councill Billy Finley . . Billy Underwood Janice Dampier Patsy Pinner . . Vice-president .... President Sergeant- at -Arms .... Treasurer .... Secretary CLASS MOTTO: To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield. --Alfred, Lord Tennyson CLASS COLORS: Green and White CLASS FLOWER: Gardenia CLASS SPONSORS: Mrs. Thorpe, Mrs. Magette, and Mrs. Eley 22 CHRIS ALLEN CAROLYN BEALE CHESTER BURGESS KATE BARHAM BETTY BRADSHAW GALE BURGESS JUDY BUTLER SARAH CATERINO SAMMY COTTON CONNIE CROSS STEPHEN COLE JO COLE PARKER COUNCILL JANICE DAMPIER PAT DAVIDSON CAROLYN DOUGHTY ROY DUKE JOHN FORRER DAVID DREWRY BILLY FINLEY CARLTON DRAKE CARROL FOWLER DELL FOWLER HENRY GARDNER VIRGIL GIBSON JANE GILLETTE WAYNE GYOKER BRAD HASTY ERNEST HATFIELD JOHN HOWELL MIKE HUNNINGS DIANE JOHNSON JOYCE KING BOBBY JOHNSON BARBARA JORDAN JEAN JEFFRIES LAURA JOHNSON TED KINGSBURY LINDA KIRKPATRICK DALE LAMBDIN LINDA LOU LANKFORD JOHN MAGETTE MIMI LANE BUZ LUMPKIN nancy McKenzie PAUL LANKFORD JOAN MUNFORD SUE NORFLEET BRUCE PHILLIPS STEVE PHILLIPS PATSY PINNER BECKY PITTMAN BOBBY RAINEY NANCY PORTER MARY REVELS J. C. SPENCE QUINCY RYLAND LYNNE ROSE PAM ROGERS LARRY SPAIN DONALD RIDEOUT LYNN RICKS NORMAN STEADHAM JANE STEPHENSON JIMMY WALKER KARLIE WATSON CHERYL YOUNG SENIOR DIRECTORY LOIS CHRISTINE ALLEN Pep Club 3,4,5; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, 5, Office Secretary 4, Vice-president 5; Tri-Hi Y 4,5; F.B.L.A. 2. KATE MOORE BARHAM Tennis Team 2,4,5; Girls ' Basketball 3,4,5, Time- keeper 2; Pep Club 3,4,5; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5, Treasurer 5; Girls State Delegate 4; Bronco Bulletin Staff 4,5, Editor 5; Marshal for Graduation 4; Varsity Club 4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Superlative 5. CHARLES MELVIN BAYNARD Band 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3,4; Tennis Team 2; J. V. Football 2; Baseball 3,4,5; Varsity Club 3,4,5; Hi-Y 5; Chorus 5, Podium Manager 5; Vice-president of Class 2; Superlative 5. DOROTHY CAROLYN BEALE J. V. Cheerleader 2,3; F.H.A. 5; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; Pep Club 3,4,5; Tennis Team 4,5; Business Staff of Annual 5; Varsity Club 4,5. EARL DEWEY BLANKENSHIP, JR. J. V. Football 1; Varsity Football 2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Chorus 5. BETTY SHARON BRADSHAW F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, 5, Chapter P r e s i d e nt 5, Federation President 5; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5, Reporter 4, Historian 5. CHESTER WALTON BURGESS, III Varsity Football 3,4,5, Manager 2; Varsity Club 2,3, 4,5; Baseball 3,4,5; Manager 1,2; J. V. Basketball 2,3. JANET GALE BURGESS Chorus 1,2,5, Reporter 5, Choral Ensemble 5; F.H.A. 2,3; F.B.L.A. 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; Pep Club 4; Beta Club 3,4,5. 32 SENIOR DIRECTORY JUDITH FAYE BUTLER Pep Club 3,4,5; J. V. Cheerleader 3; Varsity Cheer- leader 5; Varsity Club 5; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, 5, Reporter 4; Tri-Hi-Y 5. SARAH AMALIA CATERINO Pep Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; F.B.L.A. 5. DORIS JO COLE Pep Club 3,4,5; Band 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; Business Staff of Annual 1; Editorial Staff of Annual 5; Girls ' Bas- ketball 4,5, Assistant Scorekeeper 2, Scorekeeper 3, Manager 3; Varsity Club 3,4,5; Superlative 5. STEPHEN CURTIS COLE, JR. F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4, Sentinel 2, Treasurer 4; Bus Driver 3,4,5; F.B.L.A. 5; State Winner of Tractor Driving in F.F.A. 4. SAMUEL COBB COTTON Transferred 3; Band 3,4; Dance Band 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Hi-Y 3,4,5. WARREN PARKER COUNCILL Hi-Y 3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5, Vice-president 4; Honor Council 2; F.F.A. 1; Bus Driver 4,5; Pep Club 3,4,5; Bronco Bulletin Staff 4,5; J. V. Basketball 2,3; Boys State Alternate 4; President of Class 3; Vice-president of Class 4,5; Marshal for Graduation 4; Superlative 5. ELIZABETH ANN COVINGTON Beta Club 3,4,5, Chaplain 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5, Chaplain 5; F.H.A. 4,5, Secretary 5; Student Senate 5; S.C.A. 5; Bronco Bulletin Staff 5; Pep Club 3,4; Secretary of Class 3; Marshal for Graduation 4. CONNIE FAYE CROSS Transferred 5; Chorus 5. JANICE LOUISE DAMPIER Pep Club 3,4,5; J. V. Cheerleader 2,3, Co-captain 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4,5; Varsity Club 4,5; Homecoming Court 1,2,5; Treasurer of Class 1,2, 3, 5; Secretary of Class 4; F.H.A. 2; F.B.L.A. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; Superlative 5. PATRICIA ANN DAVIDSON F.H.A. 2; F.B.L.A. 4; Pep Club 3,4,5; Junior Major- ette 1, Majorette 2,3,4, 5; Secretary of Student Body 5; S.C.A. 5. CAROLYN SUE DOUGHTY Library Club 1,2,3; Chorus 2,3,4, President 5, Choral Ensemble 5; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5, Secretary 5; Pep Club 3,4,5; F.B.L.A. 3; F.H.A. 4; Beta Club 4,5. CARLTON LEE DRAKE J. V. Football 1,2; Pep Club 3,4; Hi-Y 4,5; Tennis Team 3,5. DAVID LEON DREWRY J. V. Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; F.F.A. 1. ROY CARR DUKE Chorus 1,2,3; Pep Club 3. ALAN CURTIS EDWARDS F.F.A. 1,5, Secretary 5; J. V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3,4,5; Varsity Club 5. WILLIAM KIRKLAND FINLEY Hi-Y 3,4,5, President 5; Beta Club 3,4,5, Secretary- Treasurer 5; Tennis Team 3,4,5; Pep Club 3,4,5; Bronco Bulletin Staff 5; Marshal for Graduation 4; President of Class 5; Superlative 5. JOHN JACOB FORRER, III F.F.A. 4; Chorus 4,5; Baseball Manager 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4,5, Manager 1,2; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, 5; Varsity Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5. CARROL EDWARD FOWLER, JR. J. V. Football 2; Hi-Y 5. EMILY ADELE FOWLER F.H.A. 2; Pep Club 3,4,5. HENRY McGUIRE GARDNER Band 2, 3, 4, 5, Lieutenant- captain 5; Chorus 2, 3, 4, 5, Piano Accompanist 4,5; Pianist for Assemblies 2, 3, 4, 5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Hi-Y 3. VIRGIL MARK GIBSON F.F.A. 4,5; F.B.L.A. 5. JANE ELIZABETH GILLETTE F.H.A. 2,3,5; Chorus 3,5. JOHN WAYNE GYOKER Transferred 1,4; J. V. Football 2. JAMES BRADLEY HASTY J. V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3,4; Track Team 4. ERNEST LAWRENCE HATFIELD F.F.A. 1,2,3, Treasurer 2, Vice-president 3; Band 1, 2,3,4; J. V. Football 2,3; Beta Club 4,5, President 5; President of Student Body 5; S.C.A. 5; Bus Driver 4,5; Bronco Bulletin Staff 5; Boys State Alternate 4; Marshal for Graduation 4. MARIANNE HOLLAND Library Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary -Treasurer 3, Vice-president 4, President 5; Chorus 3,4,5; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; F.H.A. 5; Pep Club 4,5. JOHN FLETCHER HOWELL President of Class 1,2; J. V. Basketball 2,3; Pep Club 3,4; Honor Council 3,4,5, President 4; Student Senate 3.4.5, Vice-president of Student Body 4; Hi-Y 3,4,5, Chaplain 4, Vice-president 5; Boys State Delegate 4; Marshal for Graduation 4; Superlative 5. WILLIAM MICHAEL HUNNINGS F.F.A. 3,4; Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. GLORIA JEAN JEFFRIES F.H.A. 2; F.B.L.A. 3,4, Historian 4. ROBERT EMMETT JOHNSON Hi-Y 3,4; J. V. Football 1,2; Chorus 1,2, 3, 5. FRANCES DIANE JOHNSON Bronco Bulletin Staff 3; Pep Club 3,4,5; F.B.L.A. 5; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; Band 5; Junior Majorette 1, Majorette 2,3, 4.5, Head Majorette 3,4,5; Annual Staff, Senior Editor 5; Beta Club 5. LAURA TERISSA JOHNSON Business Staff of Annual 1,2, 3, 4, 5, Assistant Business Manager 4, Business Manager 5; Bronco Bulletin Staff 2; Beta Club 3,5; Pep Club 3,4,5; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; Student Senate 4; Marshal for Graduation 4; F.H.A. 5; Superlative 5. BARBARA FAYE JORDAN F.H.A. 2; Beta Club 3,4,5, Treasurer 4. JOYCE MARIE KING F.H.A. 1,3; F.B.L.A. 2,3,5. THEODORE BRYANT KINGSBURY, IV J. V. Basketball 1,2; Varsity Basketball 3,4,5; Base- ball 2, 3, 4, 5; Varsity Club 3,4,5; Beta Club 3,4,5, Sergeant - at- Arms 5; Chief Marshal for Graduation 4; An nual Staff, Photographer 4,5; Superlative 5. LINDA MARGARET KIRKPATRICK Transferred 5. SENIOR DIRECTORY ALMA DALE LAMBDIN Beta Club 3,4,5; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; Pep Club 4,5; Chair- man of Jr. -Sr. Prom 4; Annual Staff, Photography Editor 4,5; Tennis Team 2,3; Superlative 5. MARIE MADELENE LANE Business Staff of Annual 1,2,3; Editorial Staff of Annual 4,5; Assistant Editor 4, Editor 5; Girls State Delegate 4; Honor Council 1,4, Secretary 4; Student Senate 1,4; Varsity Cheerleader 4,5, Co-captain 5; Var- sity Club 4,5, Secretary 4; Homecoming Court 3,5, Maid of Honor 5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Pep Club 3,4,5; Vice-presi- dent of Class 3; Marshal for Graduation 4; Superlative 5. LINDA LOU LANKFORD Student Senate 3,5; S.C.A. 5; Beta Club 3,4,5; Pep Club 3,4,5; F.H.A. 5; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5, Historian- Reporter 5; Bronco Bulletin Staff 1,2; Editorial Staff of Annual 4,5; Treasurer of Class 4; Marshal for Graduation 4; Blue Ridge As sembly 4; Pine Bowl Queen 5; Superlative 5. PAUL GANDY LANKFORD Chorus 1,2, 3, 4, 5, S e c r e t a r y -Treasurer 5, Choral Ensemble 5; Hi-Y 3,4,5, Secretary-Treasurer 5; Beta Club 4,5; Editorial Staff of Annual 4,5; Pep Club 3,4; Superlative 5. CURTIS HUGHES LUMPKIN J. V. Football 1; Pep Club 4; Golf Team 5. JOHN NEWTON MAGETTE Transferred 2; Hi-Y 3,4,5. NANCY ELIZABETH McKENZIE Transferred 3; Homecoming Court 4,5; Bronco Bulle- tin Staff 4,5; Pep Club 4,5, Vice-President 5. JUNE ELIZABETH MOODY F.B.L.A. 3; Library Club 3,4,5; Chorus 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice-president 4, Librarian 5; Pianist for Assemblies 3, 4,5; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; Pep Club 3,4,5; F.H.A. 5. JOAN MUNFORD F.B.L.A. 4; F.H.A. 5. SUE PARKER NORFLEET Band 1,2,3; Pep Club 3,4,5; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; Business Staff of Annual 4,5; Bronco Bulletin Staff 5. ELSIE MAE OBER Tri-Hi-Y 5. BRUCE WINIFREY PHILLIPS Chorus 3,4,5, Choral Ensemble 5; F.H.A. 2; Tri-Hi- Y 5; Pep Club 5; Library Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5, Historian 4. STEPHEN KEELY PHILLIPS Track Team 4. LARRY HOWARD PIERSA Baseball Manager 2; Varsity Football Manager 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4. PATRICIA O ' DELL PINNER J. V. Cheerleader 2,3, Co-captain 3; Varsity Cheer- leader 4,5, Co-captain 5; Varsity Club 4,5; Pep Club 3,4, 5; Tri-Hi-Y 5; Beta Club 4,5; Homecoming Court 2,5, Queen 5; Secretary of Class 5; Superlative 5. REBECCA JAMES PITTMAN J. V. Cheerleader 2,3; Varsity Cheerleader 4,5; Varsity Club 4,5; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, 5, Historian 4; Chorus 5; F.B.L.A. 3; Homecoming Court 1. NANCY CAROLYN PORTER Band 3; F.H.A. 2,3; Pep Club 3,4; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5, Vice-president 4, President 5; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5, Vice- president 5; Girls State Alternate 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4, 5, Choral Ensemble 5. RYLAND ROBERT RAINEY Transferred 3; Hi-Y 3,5; Pep Club 3,4,5. MARY ELIZABETH REVELS F.H.A. 2; Pep Club 3; F.B.L.A. 3,4,5. LINWOOD THOMAS RICKS, JR. Chorus 3,4,5, Choral Ensemble 5; Hi-Y 3,4,5; Pep Club 3,4; Beta Club 4,5. DONALD EUGENE RIDEOUT Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5, Captain 5; Chorus 1,4; Pep Club 3,4, 5; Track Team 4,5; Varsity Club 4,5. PAMELA LOUISE ROGERS Pep Club 3,4,5; Beta Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4,5, President 5; Blue Ridge Assembly 4; Business Staff of Annual 4; Editoral Staff of Annual 5; Pine Bowl Attendant 5. CRYSTAL LYNNE ROSE Transferred 4; F.B.L.A. 4,5; F.H.A. 5. QUINCY MARSHALL RYLAND Tri-Hi-Y 4,5; Pep Club 3,4,5; Girls ' Basketball 4; Beta Club 3,4,5; Bronco Bulletin 3,4,5, Managing Editor 5; Homecoming Court 3,4. LARRY ALLISON SPAIN Transferred 2; Baseball 3,4,5. JOSEPH CLEVELAND SPENCE Varsity Football Manager 4; Varsity Club 4. NORMAN FREED STEADHAM J. V. Football 1,2; J. V. Basketball 1; Varsity Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-captain 5; Varsity Football 5; F.F.A. 4,5; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, 5. JANE CAROLYN STEPHENSON Library Club 5; F.H.A. 2,3,5; Pep Club 4,5; Tri-Hi-Y 5. JASPER LEE STORY, JR. F.B.L.A. 5. MARY LUCILLE THARRINGTON F.B.L.A. 3,4,5, Secretary 4, Vice-president 5; Beta Club 3,4,5. ROBERT LEWIS THOMAS F.F.A. 4; J. V. Football 2. SANDRA FAYE TOMLIN Library Club 2, 3, 4, 5; F.H.A. 4; F.B.L.A. 3. MICHAEL DEWITT TRAVER Chorus 1; Track Team 4,5. JO WILLIAM UNDERWOOD Transferred 2; J. V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3, 4,5, Captain 5; Varsity Club 3,4,5; Sergeant-of- Arms of Class 5; Superlative 5. ROBERT WELLONS VICK Student Senate 1,2, 4, 5; S.C.A. 5; J. V. Basketball 1,2; Varsity Basketball 3,4,5; Varsity Club 4,5; Baseball 3,4, 5; Pep Club 3; Hi-Y 4,5; Boys State Delegate 4; President of Class 4; Superlative 5. JAMES McCOY WALKER, JR. Transferred 3; Varsity Football 3; Bus Driver 5. KARLIE DAVIS WATSON Transferred 5. MARLENE JOANNE WHITLEY Pep Club 3,4,5; F.B.L.A. 4,5; Band 1,2, 3, 4, 5. WILLIAM DONALD WILLIAMS Baseball 3; Band 2, 3, 4, 5; Chorus 5. WINSTON FOREST WRENN Band 1,2,3. CHERYL RENEE YOUNG Library Club 4,5; F.B.L.A. 5; F.H.A. 5; Pep Club 5. 34 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Most Versatile He was capable of adapting himself to place, time, and person, and of playing his part appropriately under whatever circumstances. -- Laertius Mimi Lane Bobby Vick No friend ' s a friend till (he shall) prove a friend. -- Fletcher Laura Johnson Billy Finley Friendliest 35 SENIOR Most Popular I know what pathway leads to popu- larity. -- Seneca Janice Dampier Johnny Howell Most Studious Knowledge is proud that he has team ' d so much; Wisdom is humble that he knows no more. -- Cowper Linda Lou Lankford Paul Lankford 36 SUPERLATIVES Best Looking A thing of beauty is a joy forever; Its loveliness increases; it will never Pass into nothingness; . . . -- Keats Patsy Pinner Charles Baynard i Most Likely to Succeed One thing is forever good; That one thing is Success. Dale Lambdin Ted Kingsbury 37 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES BA OU-CJt LULa jO 0 fVltYig _ FHS C,OuyiCyjLf , jL ob ' dburCr r yrdl iAJU } Wittiest b. . . . Quips and cranks and wanton wiles, Nods and becks and wreathed smiles, . . . . . . And Laughter holding both his sides. --Milton Jo Cole Parker Councill Most Athletic Play up, play up, and play the game. --Newbolt Kate Barham Billy Underwood 38 JUNIORS Class Officers: President, Donald Blythe; Treasurer, Becky Williams; Secretary, Maxine Day; Vice-President, Jerry Branch. Ray Blythe Peggy Bowden Virginia Bracey Jerry Branch Jim Bridges Warren Bridges Sandra Bryant Danny Buck Billie Burgess Bobby Burgess Ellen Burgess Bob Conwell Maxine Day Bill Delk Raye Duke Danny Dunlow Joan Edmonds Billy Edwards Tye Edwards Bobby Eubanks Lucy Evans Mary Fowler Betty Galloway Shelia Gardner Sarah Gehrken Peggy Gibson Darby Goodman Chester Griffin Rin Henry Bobby Holland Linda Jakeman Phil Jones Betty Griggs John Harcum Alex Hatch Glen Joyner Joyce Joyner Margaret Lambdin Melinda Larsh Alice Lynn Steve Malik Jane McKenzie Danny Morgan Connie O ' Brien Steve Owens Westbrook Parker Alec Phillips Rosemary Pittman Joan Porter Leslie Porter Susan Powers Alan Rader Carolyn Raiford Waite Rawls Jimmy Roberts Jimmy Rogers Bernard Rook Joan Rose Mitchell Sandlin Shirley Scott Linda Sexton Suzette Smith Roger Spence Jackie Umphlett Lonnie Vaughan Pat Vaughan Carlton Vinson I Kathy White Elliot Whitfield Hal Whitley Johnny Whitley Linda Whitley Scottie Whitley Becky Williams Jack Williams SOPHOMORES Class Officers: President, Chris Councill; Vice-President, Anne Allport; Treasurer, Carole Rose; Secretary, Ann Lankford. Anne Allport Linda Appleby Billy Atkinson Richard Atkinson Jimmy Babb Hugh Bailey Shirley Baines Wayne Barker Karen Biedenbender Carol Bishop Martin Blake Barry Blythe Brenda Blythe Cheryl Blythe Jane Blythe Juanita Blythe Wayne Blythe Jewell Boone Suzanne Bowman Dennis Bradner Dickie Bradshaw Hunter Bristow Brenda Cobb Christine Cobb Amanda Collier Chris Councill Harold Covington Ricky Clark Brenda Cutchins Pat Cutchins Mary Dodson Bill Eley Gwyn Evans Anne Gagner Caroline Gatten Susan Gehrken Loretta Gibson Deborah Gray Lonnie Gray Fran Hammond Raymond Hasset Valerie Hassett Marina Henderson Freddie Hollowell Shirley Hunt Patricia Hutchinson Daphne Jacovides Sherry Johnston Kathy Jones Charles Kannon Joe Lanier Ann Lankford Nancy Lankford Shirley Lawrence Brenda Livesay Kathy Lloyd Allen Minetree Allan Morris Clayton Newsome Sidney Newsome Billy O ' Brien Trina Osborn Bob, Qjcyoi i JU-iCfe — L Y-£_ . ' XL OUbjUOub o Jn_ Xo X U jl JxaJ 04 ! uoL Judy Owens Tommy Perry Rod Phelps Leon Pittman Ben Powell Tom Pretlow Sidney Rader Donnie Rogers Benny Rollison Carole Rose Linda Rose Laura Smithwick Harold Turner Jimmy Turner Eddie Twisdale Wayne Vargo Nita Vick Harold Vinson Kathy Wade Joan Wall Ruth Weeks Ronnie West Frank Whitehead j,| FRESHMEN Class Officers: Will Cutchins, President; Tommy Johnson, Vice-President; Secretary, Butch Winstead; Treasurer, Susan Day. Yvonne Best Vivian Biedenbender Donna Blount Arlene Blythe Carolyn Blythe Kathy Blythe Cherry Bradshaw Jean Bradshaw Margaret Ann Bradshaw Nancy Bradshaw Douglas Bryant Carol Burgess 0 7 George Burgess Susan Burgess WtmanrBufges s Harry Butler V Jimmy Byrum Joey Campbell Joseph Carr Susan Cobb Linda Gale Cook Ed Cotton Terry Tate Cotton George Council Christie Crum Irene Crumpler Mary Crumpler Peggy Cutchins Will Cutchins Arlene Dampier Darlene Dampier Diane Darden Susan Day Deborah Denson Leon Deshields Gail Dixon Barbara Duck Joseph Dunlow Lynn Edwards Judy Faison Johnny Finley Jimmy Fowler Steve Fowler Patricia Gillette Darlene Griffin Wallace Harrison Robert Hassett Coleman Holland Carter Hudgins Rose Jeffries Tommy Johnson Judy Jones Margaret Jones Wayne Jones Peggy Jordan Joe Joyner Karen King Louis Lowe Carolyn Lumpkin Linwood March Johnny Murray Claire Powers Frankie Rabil Olin Romines Betty Rose Spotswood Smith Marilyn Spain Tommy Stradley Steve Traver Jean Trimmer Oma Underwood Dot Vargo Johnny Vick Exum White Marcia Whitehead Carter Whitley George Whitley Teresa Whittaker Shirley Williams Charles Winstead EIGHTH GRADE - Class Officers: Mike Atkinson, Treasurer; Randy Drake, Secretary; Chuck Lilley, President; Dale Scott, Vice-Presi- dent. BaAf c - JAch to a j) nzXZy y+A- ■ tX i fa utmUfiA,, f ' A Brenda Anderson Mike Atkinson H Mark Barrett Barry Barrington Lemuel Battle JoAnn Beale Milton Beale Allan Bell Horace Blythe Ralph Blythe Sharon Blythe Jimmy Bradshaw Marcia Brett Sean Brickell Charles Bridges John Camp David Campbell Blake Caravati A1 Cobb Anthony Cobb Celeste Cobb JoAnn Coggsdale Suzanne Cotton Jimmy Crisp Wendy Cross Sandra Cutchins Peggy Darden Kathleen Donahoe Randy Drake Teresa Drewry Andy Duck Martha Edwards Patricia Ellis Wayne Fowler - Ella Kitchen Lizzie Kitchen Nancy Kitchen Pam Kitchen Patty Kitchen 1JL 0 1 ■I » f - - Gr ' i Nancy Land Linda Lankford Chuck Lilley Sheldon Little Christine Lloyd CL oUr a 0 v yh MliL Greg Mason Susan McKenzie Larry Parish Bob Petty Jim Pittman Richard Pittman Roly Purrington Richard Ray Ed Rogers Gene Rose Jerry Rose Dale Scott Brenda Sumrell Johnny Swift John Thomas Henry Thomason Jenny Tingler Billy Turner Butch Turner Kenneth Vaughan Gene Wall Webb Watson JoAnn West Billy Whitehead Buddy Whitley . JCtrtrJL, cTVL C Ellis Wills Larry Wood Jim Wright Barbara Yirak Frank Young Vf tCJUL Ct ” ACTIVITIES (Catalysts) 1 FBLA The Franklin Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America has been very active in carrying out various programs this year. These programs include school and community services, financial and promotional activities, and increasing our business knowledge and skills through interesting and informative talks by speakers from the bus- iness world. We have operated the Student Supply Room and have helped in the office. TOP ROW, Left to Right: Jasper Story, Jimmy Babb, Carlton Vinson, Eddie Twisdale, Warren Bridges, Steve Cole, Scottie Whitley; SECOND ROW: Alice Lynn, Sandra Bryant, Patricia Hutchison, Cheryl Young, Mary Tharrington, Mary Revels, Lynne Rose, Jane Blythe, Ruth Weeks, Jackie Umphlett. THIRD ROW: Mary Fowler, Shirley Baines, Nancy Porter, Karen Biedenbender, Betty Bradshaw, Sherry Johnston, Linda Sexton, Mary Dodson, Shirley Lawrence, Jewell Boone. FOURTH ROW: Marlene Whitley, Linda Rose, Brenda Cutchins, Diane Johnson, Cindy Allmond, Betty Griggs, Darby Goodman. STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION SEATED: J. Williams, D. Blythe, E. Covington, B. Vick, P. Davidson, E. Hatfield, S. Powers, J. Howell, L. Lank- ford, B. Finley, F. Rabil. STANDING: A. Dampier, M. Beale, D. Kingery, L. Jakeman, R. Henry, E. Whitfield, B. Atkinson, T. Perry, S. Gehrken, S. Johnston, S. Darden, R. Pittman, C. Bradshaw, D. Dampier. The purpose of the S.C. A. is to give every student a voice in school affairs and an opportunity to participate in all student government activities. This is achieved by allowing the S.C. A., whose membership is composed of every student, an opportunity to organize activities and make de- cisions for themselves through the S.C. A. Council in cooperation with the faculty and adminis- tration. Activities organized by the S.C. A. include the faculty- student basketball game, the door dec- oration contest at Christmas, student body elections, and the innovation of a system of homeroom representatives at S.C. A. Meetings. The Honor Council is made up of a representative from each grade and the vice-president of the student body who serves as president of the Council. The purpose of the group is to dis- courage any form of dishonesty in our school and to instill in the students high standards of honor and dignity. It is not an organization to punish but one to help and guide the student. m t • it HONOR COUNCIL SEATED: Johnny Howell; Susan Powers, President; Elliot Whitfield; STANDING: Arlene Dampier; Sherry Johnston; Donna Kingery. Editorial Staff ANNUAL Mimi and Pam discuss artwork. " Did you say that 40 pages have to be sent off Monday? That ' s impossible. " Impossible as it may seem the members of the Annual staff will get those pages completed. If there is one thing a member learns while working on the annual, it is responsibility. A staff also learns to work together and can develop originality, imagination, and literary skills. Mrs. Thorpe, our sponsor, lends ideas, guidance, and that little " push " needed to get things done. The staff has worked hard this year to give FHS the best LOG possible. Smile -- you ' re on candid camera when Dale is around with her camera. Mimi Lane, editor t t Mrs. Thorpe, sponsor Susan Gehrken; Diane Johnson; Paul Lankford; Pam Rogers; Linda Lou Lankford; Mimi Lane, Editor; Susan Powers, Assistant- Editor; Dale Lambdin; Philip Jones; Ted Kingsbury; Jo Cole; Kathy Jones. 58 STAFF Business Staff Laura T. Johnson, business manager Laura T. and Sue plan layouts for ads. " Anybody want to buy an ad? " How many times have the local merchants heard this plea? We plod the streets, beg the merchants, bill the sponsors, and shape public opinion- - all typical tasks of the Business Staff. Finished annuals are distributed to eagerly awaiting students. Susan McKenzie; Meg Jones; Becky Williams; Sue Norfleet; Laura T. Johnson, Business Manager; Maxine Day, As- sistant-Business Manager; Carolyn Beale; Sharon Darden; Cherry Bradshaw; Nancy Kitchen. 59 Mary Tharrington types copy. " So, if you could just have your articles in by Tuesday. " Today is Monday, but Kate and Quincy don’t mind a bit. They think they ' ve got it tough. They aren ' t around while we bribe and harass news out of every living thing. They aren ' t around when some fiendish kid gives us a bum steer on the final score of a basketball game. All they do is sit around and pester Mrs. Thorpe and bang on that old typewriter and throw out the stuff the Bronco Bulletin might get sued for printing. What do they know about bad tips and getting bopped on the head for being nosey? They were reporters for only four years themselves. Mrs. Thrope Sponsor © Kate Barham, Editor Rin Henry is adept at mimeograph machine. SEATED- -Left to Right: Meg Jones, Linda Appleby, Elizabeth Covington, Nancy McKenzie, Quincy Ryland, Kate Barham, Rin Henry, Ernest Hatfield, Westbrook Parker, Laura Smithwick, Ernest Hatfield and Kathy White discuss plans as Er- nest makes drawings for the paper. BRONCO Quincy Ryland Business Editor Quincy Ryland and Kate Barham sell the finished product. Class Reporters - Elizabeth Covington, Jane McKen- zie, Meg Jones, Linda Appleby, and Roly Purrington. Sportswriters, Westbrook Parker and Anne Allport. Kathy White. STANDING- -Left to Right: Roly Purrington, Jane Feature Writers - Parker Councill, Sue Norfleet, and McKenzie, Sue Norfleet, Chris Councill, Ted Kingsbury, Par- Laura Smithwick. ker Councill, Billy Finley, Anne Allport, Crissie Blythe. ha ! TRI-HI-Y FIRST ROW: Chris Allen, Cindy All- mond, Kate Barham, Carolyn Beale, Linda Beale, Crissie Bly- the, Peggy Bowden, Virginia Bracy. SEC- OND ROW: Betty Brad- shaw, Ellen Burgess, Gale Burgess, Judy But- ler, Sarah Caterino, Jo Cole, Elizabeth Covington. THIRD ROW: Janice Dam- pier, Maxine Day, Carolyn Doughty, Sheila Gardner, Sarah Page Gehrken, Rin Hen- ry. FOURTH ROW: Marianne Holland, Linda Jakeman, Laura Johnson, Diane Johnson, Mar- garet Lambdin. FIFTH ROW: Linda Lou Lankford, June Moody, Sue Norfleet, Elsie Ober. SIXTH ROW: Connie O ' Brien, Bruce Phil- lips, Patsy Pinner, Nancy Porter. SEVENTHROW: Susan Powers, Pam Rogers, Quincy Ryland. EIGHTH ROW: Jane Stephenson, Linda Whitley. NINTH ROW: Becky Williams. Sponsor Miss Eubank Throughout the school year of ’64- ' 65, the Tri-Hi-Y has created, maintained, and extended high standards of Christian character by co- operating in weekly devotions, the T.B. drive, and the polio drive and by selling candy. It has held inspiring meetings and has observed National Hi- Y Week. By means of main- taining high ideals and high standards, the Tri-Hi-Y has been a dominate force in the quality of Franklin High School. The Tri-Hi-Y hopes to continue its services to its school and community. HI-Y ROW 1: Billy Finley, President; Johnny Howell, Vice-President; Paul Lankford, Secretary -Treasurer; Westbrook Parker, Chaplain; Waite Rawls, Reporter; Philip Jones, Historian. ROW 2: Johnny Magette, Sergeant-at- Arms; Lynn Ricks, Warren Bridges, Bob Conwell, Sammy Cotton TheHi-YClub is aclosely knit organization of young men striving to promote the ideals of clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, clean living, and clean speech. Through a pro- gram of discussion and adult guidance, it seeks to uphold the Hi-Ypurpose: " To create, maintain, and extend through- out the home, school, and com- munity high standards of Christian character. " The Hi-Y is not primarily a service club; its benefits are person- ally felt by those united in its fellowship. ROW 3 : Parker Councill, Carlton Drake, Ben Powell, Larry Piersa VERTICAL: Tom Pretlow, Mitchell Sandlin, Chuck Baynard " In Hi-Y we are one Mrs. Louise Magette, Sponsor Each bound to each as friend . . . " 63 BETA CLUB FIRST ROW: Kate Barham, Crissie Blythe, Donald Blythe. SECOND ROW: Linda Dell Beale, Gale Burgess, Parker Councill, Eliz- abeth Covington, Cliff Cutchins, Carolyn Doughty. THIRD ROW: Billy Finley, Henry Gardner, Sheila Gardner, Sarah Page Gerhken, Ernest Hatfield, Rin Henry, Linda Jakeman. FOURTH ROW: Diane Johnson, Laura Johnson, Philip Jones, Barbara Jor- dan, Ted Kings- bury , Dale L a m b d i n . FIFTH ROW: Mimi Lane, Linda Lankford, Paul Lankford, Melinda Larsh, Jane Mc- Kenzie. SIXTH ROW: Joan Porter, Susan Powers, Waite Rawls, Lynn Ricks. SEV- ENTH ROW: Pam Rogers, Quincy Ryland, Roger Spence. EIGHTH ROW: Kathy White, Linda Whit- ley. NINTH ROW: Mrs. Hund- ley. " To lead by serving others " has been the Beta Club ' s main objective this year. Many mem- bers tutored students before and after school, collected books for the Prison Farm, and sold decals. The members marshalled the Senior Play, Graduation, and the band and choral concerts. Also much time was spent on revising the constitution. And so throughout the year the Beta Club has contributed many worthwhile services to Franklin High School. 64 ”Sh-sh " and " Stop chewing that gum. " These are familiar words of the sponsor of the li- brary club. This club enables students to learn library procedures. It pz’ovides opportunity for voca- tional exploration. It also en- deavors to stimulate a greater interest in reading and to im- prove the library program of the school. Mrs. Gadberry, Sponsor Patricia Hutchison, Reporter Trina Marianne Osborn, Holland, Sec.-Treas. Pres. Sharon Karen Darden, Biedenbender, Vice Pres. Historian Linda Jimmy Shirley Carol Jewell Billie Chris Amanda Appleby Babb Baines Bishop Boone Burgess Cobb Collier Deborah Mary Joan Judy Anne Cai’oline Linda Kathy Denson Dodson Edmonds Faison Gagner Gatten Jakeman Jones J une Bruce Jane Judy Sandra Nita Moody Phillips Stephenson Thomason Tomlin Vick Cheryl Shirley Nancy Young Lawrence Lankford FF A Mr . Trew Sponsor Franklin shop is used by Vocational Agriculture and General Shop stu- dents. Basic skills are taught to aid the students in future work and liv- ing experiences. Personal items are to be used in and around the home. Activities of the shop students are plentiful. They made the scenery for the senior play and the Chorus concert. They also refinished the seats in the auditorium and numbered them, varnished the piano, worked in arc and gas welding, wiring sys- tems, and carpentry. All this will be useful in later life. ; FIRST ROW: Mr. Trew, Jimmy Babb, Carlton Vinson, Leon Pittman, Dennis Bradner, Leonard Cutchins, Ed Cotton. SECOND ROW: Raye Duke, Tye Edwards, Joe Lanier, Alan Edwards, Virgil Gibson, John Harcum, Alex Hatch, Jim- my Denson. FHA What is that tantalizing odor? Where is it coming from? Just follow your nose, and it will lead you to the home economics department. The Future Homemakers of America is organized for the purpose of teaching its members to live better today so that their homes may be better tomorrow. Its projects are directed toward helping its members face the challenge of becoming good homemakers. Itprovides opportunity for developing leadership and citizen- ship. ROW 1: Peggy Tharrington, Chris Allen, Betty Griggs, Judy Butler, Cindy Allmond, Marina Henderson, Barbara Yirak, Anne Gagner, Ann Lankford, Patsy Pinner, Mrs. Riddick. ROW 2: Joan Porter, Lynne Rose, Linda Gardner, Cheryl Blythe, Judy Thomason, Valerie Hassett, Jane Gillette, Laura Johnson, Linda Lankford, Kathy White. ROW 3: Betty Bradshaw, Becky Pittman, Amanda Collier, Joan Wall, Cheryl Young, Jackie Barbour, Carole Rose, Nita Vick, Elizabeth Covington, Marianne Holland, Joan Edmonds. ROW 4: Brenda Cobb, Lizzie Kitchen, Chris Cobb, Linda Sexton, Sandra Bryant, Jackie Umphlett, Jane Stephenson, Carolyn Beale, Linda Jakeman, June Moody. Mrs. Riddick, Sponsor FHS FIRST ROW: Barry Blythe, Steve Owens, Marlene Whitley, Johnny Murray, Brenda Cutchins, Kathy Lloyd, Jean Trimmer, Lynne Edwards, Peggy Cutchins. SECOND ROW: Ralph Day, Valerie Hassett, Carter Hudgins, Welton Deshields, Butch Winstead, George Burgess, Hunter Bristow, Wayne Blythe, Larry Woods, Tate Cotton, Henry Thompson, Wallace Harri- son, John Thomas, Joey Campbell. THIRD ROW: Dick Beale, Mike Beale, Ben Powell, David Campbell, Kenneth Vaughan, a T BAND Ralph Blythe, Larry Parrish, Steve Traver, Henry Gardner. FOURTH ROW: Jimmy Rogers, Allen Minetree, A1 Cobb, Mark Barrett, John Harcum, Loretta Gibson, Diane Johnson, Johnny Swift, Melinda Larsh, Tommy Johnson, Donald Ride- out, Mr. Barton, Douglas Bryant. Reed and Brass Section Wallace Harrison, Carter Hudgins, Johnny Murray, Douglas Bryant, Tommy Johnson, Butch Winstead, Larry Parrish. Saxophone Section George Whitley, Henry Thompson, Donald Rideout, Wallace Harrison, Joey Campbell, John Thomas. 69 MAJORETTES Diane Johnson-Head Senior-4 years Cindy Allmond Junior-3 years Pat Davidson Senior-4 years Cheryl Blythe Sophomore-2 years Darby Goodman Junior-3 years Mrs. Cotton -Sponsor Connie O ' Brien Junior-2 years Betty Rose Freshman - Altern ate CHORUS President-Carolyn Doughty Left to Right-FRONT ROW-Celeste Cobb, Judy Faison, Joan Edmonds, Ellen Burgess, Mary Tharrington, Margaret Lambdin, Becky Pittman, Jane Gillette, Carolyn Doughty, Marianne Holland, Jewell Boone, Bruce Phillips, Brenda Cutchins, Carolyn Raiford, Cindy Allmond. SECOND ROW-Arlene Dampier, Deborah Denson, Linda Rose, Lucy Ev- ans, Peggy Gibson, Gwyn Evans, Jean Jeffries, Kathy Lloyd, Linda Sexton, Christine Lloyd, Pat Dampier, Billie Burgess, Shirley Baines, Valerie Hassett, Peggy Cutchins. THIRD ROW-Susan Burgess, Nancy Porter, Gail Bur- gess, Sandra Bryant, June Moody, Brenda Cobb, Linda Kirkpatrick, Christine Cobb, Caroline Gatten, Anne Allport, Connie Cross, Sherry Johnston, Melinda Larsh, Maxine Day. FOURTH ROW-Henry Gardner, Jimmy Denson, Wal- lace Harrison, Hal Whitley, Douglas Bryant, Brad Hasty, Earl Blankenship, Paul Lankford, Donald Rideout, John Forrer, Lynn Ricks, Johnny Murray, Leon Pittman, Carter Hudgins, Allen Minetree, Chuck Baynard. PINE BOWL Queen: Linda Lankford Attendants: Edith Rawls, Pam Rogers Court and Escorts: Mr. E. T. Rogers, Pam Rogers; Mr. W. E. Lankford, Linda Lankford; Mr. Jarvis Howell, Edith Rawls. J HOMECOMING Donna Kingery, Arlene Dampier, Ann Lankford, Sarah Page Gehrken, Janice Dampier, Mimi Lane, Maid of Honor; Patsy Pinner, Queen; Nancy McKenzie, Jane McKenzie, Sherry Johnston, Susan Day, Dale Scott. Maid of Honor: Mimi Lane Queen: Patsy Pinner Queen: Patsy Pinner PEP CLUB ROW 1: Arlene Dampier, Meg Jones, Judy Jones, Judy Faison, Deborah Denson, Darlene Dampier. ROW 2: Marcia Whitehead, Jean Trimmer, Lynn Edwards, Susan Burgess, Barbara Duck, Cherry Bradshaw, Betty Rose. ROW 3: Nancy Bradshaw, Marilyn Spain, Kathy Blythe, Susan Day, Karen King. ROW 4: Yvonne Best, Dot Vargo, Margaret Ann Bradshaw, Shirley Williams, Johnny Murray, Susan Cobb, Linda Cook, Peggy Cutchins. ROW 1: Linda Rose, Peggy Tharrington, Judy Thomason, Anne Gagner, Brenda Cutchins, Marina Henderson, Ann Lankford, Kathy Jones, Pat Dampier, Mary Dodson, Laura Smithwick, Linda Appleby, Carole Rose. ROW 2: Car- olyn Turner, Valerie Hassett, Shirley Baines, Karen Biedenbender, Cheryl Blythe, Jewell Boone, Kathy Lloyd, Gwyn Evans, Caroline Gatten, Brenda Blythe, Ann Allport. ROW 3: Sherry Johnston, Judy Owens, Nancy Lankford, Pa- tricia Hutchinson, Susan Gehrken, Amanda Collier, Juanita Vick, Shirley Lawrence, Trina Osborn, Ruth Weeks, Chris Cobb, Carol Bishop. ROW 4: Hunter Bristow, Tom Pretlow, Freddie Hollowell, Tony Surace, Sidney Rader, Ben Powell. Dickie Surace, Billy O ' Brien, Barry Blythe, Allan Morris, Richard Atkinson, Brenda Cobb. ROW 1: Billie Burgess, Joan Edmonds, Cindy Allmond, Sheila Gardner, Peggy Bowden. ROW 2: Melinda Larsh, Margaret Lambdin, Connie O ' Brien, Lucy Evans, Darby Goodman. ROW 3: Crissie Blythe, Linda Whitley, Becky Williams, Virginia Bracey, Suzette Smith, Jane McKenzie, Betty Galloway. ROW 4: Philip Jones, Danny Morgan, Warren Bridges, Bobby Holland, Scotty Whitley. PEP CLUB " We are the greatest! " With this atti- tude the Pep Club boosted the morale of the athletic teams. Making posters, decorating the field, and selling pens, the members of the club were quite active. The money re- ceived from its projects will be used by the club to charter busses for the away games played next year. The Pep Club has proved it is more than just a club that yells at the games; it has done this and much more. It rooted the Broncos to a very successful year and contributed greatly to the spirit of the school. ROW 1: Barbara Yirak, Marcia Hawkins, Celeste Cobb. ROW 2: Nancy Kitchen, Susan McKenzie, Linda Gardner, Linda Lankford. ROW 3: Mark Barrett, Susan Handcock, Marcia Brett, Billy Turner. ROW 4: Dale Scott, Suzanne Cotton, Donna Kingery, Patti Kitchen, Pam Kitchen, Chris Lloyd. ROW 1: Marlene Whitely, Jo Cole, Diane Johnson, Pam Rogers, Laura T. Johnson, Carolyn Doughty. ROW 2: Pat Davidson, Cheryl Young, Nancy McKenzie, June Moody, Linda Lou Lankford, Marianne Holland. ROW 3: Carolyn Beale, Quincy Ryland, Jane Stephenson, Dell Fowler, Sue Norfleet, Kate Barham. ROW 4: Billy Finley, Johnny Howell, Donald Rideout, Parker Councill, Bobby Rainey. 75 Maxine Day " If your team ' s gonna win, You ' ve got to YELL! ! ! " . . . and that ' s exactly what these ten girls have done. They have helped to promote and maintain school spirit throughout football and basketball seasons. Working closely with the Pep Club, the cheerleaders have planned pep rallies, " charges " on Southampton, and spirit boosters of every kind. They deserve a cheer themselves. Becky Pittman HEAD CHEERLEADERS Janice Dampier Patsy Pinner VARSITY CLUB FIRST ROW: Judy Butler, Janice Dampier, Maxine Day, Linda Dell Beale, Susan Powers, Rin Henry, Shirley Scott, Mimi Lane, Becky Pittman, Patsy Pinner, SECOND ROW: J. C. Spence, Larry Piersa, Tony Surace, Westbrook Parker, Jimmy Rogers, Bobby Vick, Bill Delk, Bobby Burgess, Chuck Baynard, Barry Blythe, THIRD ROW: Fred Hollowell, Mitchell Sandlin, David Drewry, Cliff Cutchins, Billy Underwood, John Forrer, Mike Traver, Ted Kings- bury, Bob Conwell, Donald Rideout, Chester Burgess, Mike Hunnings, Bernard Rook, Wayne Blythe. This group of students is composed of all athletes who have lettered in any sport, and the Varsity cheer- leaders who have yelled them on to victory. Each member of the club is rewarded with letters, stars, and jackets; but recognition of athletic achievement is not its only purpose. The Varsity Club also runs the concession stands during the games, and helps to buy any equipment the school might need. Mr. Ledford, Mr. Pierce, and Mr. Versprille guide the activities of the club. “THE CURIOUS SAVAGE” THE CAST Mimi Lane Mrs. Savage Kate Barham .... Fairy Mae Dale Lambdin .... Lily Belle Nancy Porter Florence Jo Cole Mrs. Paddy Betty Bradshaw . . Miss Willie Paul Lankford Jeffrey Lynn Ricks Titus Chuck Baynard Samuel Billy Finley Hannibal Ernest Hatfield . . Dr. Emmett " She ' s been throwing darts at my picture ! " 78 " Mrs. Paddy, did you take the bonds? " " I notice one of its eyes is gone. " SPORTS (Energy) T FIRST ROW: Roberts-manager, Kannon, Blythe, Cutchins, D. Surace, Deshields, Hollowell, Rabil, Sandlin- manager; SECOND ROW: T. Surace, O. Underwood, Rawls, Williams, Clark, B. Burgess, B. Underwood; THIRD ROW: Coach Ledford, Hassett, C. Burgess, Twisdale, Atkinson, Forrer, Morris, Whitehead, Coach Pierce, Coach Versprille. 1964 BRONCOS Coach Ledford Coach Pierce Coach Versprille 80 Starting Offense Starting Defense 81 Jack Williams Cliff Cutchins 82 83 Cutchins Is Caught From Behind Wm FT T y W+- ■ . 2L jtW 3 - 1 ' V 4 ' ; 1 Hollowell Grinds Out Valuable Yardage 84 Bronco Defense Holds Again Rabil Snags TD Pass Bronco Backs And Ends Ready To Go Blythe With Ball Cutchins Pursued 86 Coach Ledford Discusses Tactics PRACTICE Cutchins Practices Punt Blocking Drill 87 Dummy Drill FIRST ROW: Leftto Right - Allen Minetree, Manager, Andy Duck, John Camp, Butch Winstead, Billy Whitehead, Mike Atkinson, Barry Barrington, Tom Jones, Roily Purrington, Tate Cotton, Manager. SECOND ROW: J. L. Dunlow, Butch Turner, Johnny Finley, Carter Hudgins, Tommy Johnson, Carter Whitley. THIRD ROW: Coach Lassiter, Louis Lowe, Richie Baines, Will Cutchins, Douglas Bryant, Steve Fowler, Jimmy Wright, Buster Butler, Gene Wall. Coach Lassiter 88 FIRST ROW: Blythe, Parker, Delk, Vick, Whitfield, Rawls, Atkinson. SECOND ROW: Fo r re r- Manager, Kingsbury, Eley, Atkinson, Burgess, Phelps, Cutchins, Coach Versprille. ■3W- to « , 1965 BRONCOS Coach Versprille Captain and Coach 89 Bobby Vick Ted Kingsbury Chester Burgess Senior Captain Senior Senior Billy Atkinson Westbrook Parker 90 BUI Delk Elliott Whitfield Cliff Cutchins Waite Rawls BUI Eley 91 Parker Sinks Two Kingsbury ' s Ball Atkinson Shoots a Long One Vick ' s Shot Blocked Morgan Passes Off Under Basket 92 Atkinson Lays It In Kingsbury Flips a Jumper Vick Lays It In Whitfield Sinks Two 93 Scramble For Ball Kingsbury Rebounds Fight For Basketball Vick Feeds Parker Kingsbury Blocks Shot 94 Scramble With Faculty 95 Rebound Against Faculty 1965 J.V.’S 96 GIRLS BASKETBALL Coach Pierce; Karen King; Carol Burgess; Claire Powers; Linda Whitley; Pat Vaughan; Ann Allport; Quincy Ryland; Carol Bishop; Rin Henry; Kate Barham, Captain; Margaret Ann Bradshaw; Becky Williams; Suzette Smith; Susan Powers; Jo Cole; Mary Dodson, Manager. Mary Dodson, Manager Kate Barham, Captain, and Coach Pierce 97 Did we do that in practice? Somebody HELP! ! ! ! HER HARDER SUSAN! Where did he come from? GOOD-BYE, LADIES ' • Forward Kate Barham Captain Guard Jo Cole Guard Quincy Ryland Franklin 38 ... . 27 Franklin 20 ... . 45 Franklin 32 .... 31 Franklin 14 ... . 22 Franklin 30 ... . 39 Franklin 26 ... . 17 Franklin 25 ... . 33 Franklin 21 ... . 35 Franklin 28 ... . .... Suffolk 25 Franklin 33 ... . 26 Franklin 26 ... . 30 Franklin 30 ... . 23 The victory over Southampton marked the beginning of an exciting season for the Girls ' Basketball team. Although the team was somewhat dubious at first about having a man for a coach, their fears were soon dissolved. It was apparent that Mr. Pierce was a fine coach. Cooperation and team spirit couldn ' t have been better. Hard work and plenty of " sweat " were the watchwords of the team, and these led them on to a re- warding year. 100 GOLF TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: Alec Phillips, Steve Phillips, Mr. Lassiter, Coach; Elliot Whitfield, Buz Lumpkin. FRONT: Billy Atkinson. SCHEDULE Franklin - 8 Franklin - 11 Franklin - 6 Franklin - 8 Franklin - 12 Northampton - 4 Poquoson - 1 Northampton - 6 Cape Charles - 4 Poquoson - 0 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Franklin - 12 Franklin - 4 Poquoson - 0 Northampton - 8 Coach Lassiter Practice makes perfect. This was the golf team’s first year. Under the coaching of Mr. Lassiter the team did an outstanding job. They practiced as hard as any team could and put forth everything they had during a team match. The reward was great; they placed second in the District 1 Group 2 division. To them go our congratu- lations on a game well played. Alex prepares to drive. Elliot putts. BASEBALL TEAM F.H.S. ' s own Western District Champs LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW - Bobby Burgess, Barry Blythe, Jimmy Roberts, Bobby Vick, Frankie Rabil, Carter Whitley, Chester Griffin, Dick Surace, Billy Burgess, Buster Butler. SECOND ROW - Mr. Pierce, Cliff Cutchins, Rod Phelps, Clayton Newsoms, Raymond Hassett, Ted Kingsbury, Chester Burgess, Wayne Barker, Bob Conwell, Alan Rader. Baseball had not been one of the really good sports at F.H.S. until this year, but this year ' s team decided to reverse this. In fact they even went so far as to become Western Division Champs. They defeated Holland for this cham- pionship but were finally beaten by James Blair for the district championship. Hard work and determination to win made the team an outstand- ing one and one of which we can all be proud. Mr. Pierce - Coach TRACK TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW - Richard Atkinson, Freddie Hollowell, Tony Surace, Mike Traver, Billy Atkinson, Waite Rawls, Allen Morris, Donald Blythe, Bobby Rainey. SECOND ROW - Bernard Rook, Manager; George Burgess, Exie White, Alex Hatch, Donald Rideout, Chris Council, Frankie Whitehead, Steve Traver, Roger Spence, Lonnie Vaughan, Mr. Ledford. I’m sure many of you saw some of our boys running around the football field this spring. Twenty enthusiastic young men decided to make the second year of the track team a much better one„ They worked h a r d on the discus throw, shot-put, relays, dashes, and the broad jump, and improved under the excellent guidance of Mr. Ledford., One of the boys, Billy Atkinson, even placed second in the district and qualified to compete in state competition. They represented F.H.S. well, and they deserve much appreciation from us all. Mr. Ledford - Coach BOYS’ TENNIS TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW - Johnny Finley, Billy Finley. SECOND ROW - Ben Powell, Phil Jones, Westbrook Parker. NOT PICTURED - Chuck Baynard, Bill Eley, Carleton Drake, Tom Pretlow. The boys ' tennis team under the coaching of Mrs. Edwards did an outstanding job this year. They even defeated Frederick Military Academy 10-0. Although they lost a few matches, they played very hard. After receiving their uniforms, the boys not only impressed their opponents with their skill but also with their apparel. Mrs. Edwards - Coach GIRLS’ TENNIS TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW - Susan Powers, Caroline Gatten, Karen King, Judy Jones. SECOND ROW - Mrs. Edwards, Arlene Dampier, Susan Day, Anne Allport, Darlene Dampier, Quincy Ryland (NOT PICTURED). " Tennis dresses ? UGH! Do we have to? " This was a familiar question before a scheduled tennis match. The girls ' tennis team under the coaching of Barbara Edwards did a fine job this year. They played four matches and won two of them. The other two were lost by only one point. The spirit was constantly high and the tennis ability greatly improved as the season continued. Mrs. Edwards - Coach JUNIOR-SET ' 1 6 IOR PROM 7 SPRING EVENTS Spring Band Concert F.H.S. Dance Band Spring is a very eventful season at F.H.S. The second annual Science Fair marked the climax for many of our scientific minded stu- dents. The exhibits showed much creation and knowledge. In the musical field the Band and Glee Club under the direction of Mr. Barton showed much talent and versatility in their concerts. The excitement of cheerleading elections also had its place among the spring events. Both Varsity and Junior Varsity cheerleaders were selected. The S.C.A. elections were very important. With such capable officers as Westbrook Parker, Presi- dent; Ben Powell, Vice-President; Maxine Day, Secretary; and Tommy Johnson, Treas- urer the chemistry of our school will advance to higher and better levels. Westbrook Parker is installed as S.C.A. president 1965-66. Cheerleading try-outs 8 1965 J.V. cheerleaders sign out. CLASS NIGHT Class Night is a signing off night for the Seniors. The vibrant personalities and the surprising wit of all are combined into one fun -filled evening. The theme was " The Great Society, " and the setting was Cape Canaveral. In the skit Chuck Baynard was the head astro- naut and was accompanied by moon maids, more astronauts, The Roaches, and a sexy secretary named Miss Serutan. After the amusing skit, Nancy McKenzie and Gail Burgess presented gifts to their classmates. Certain interesting gifts which revealed what appeared to be class secrets were given. Then Quincy Ryland and Billy Finley read The Last Will and Testament. Class Night was very successful this year, and it showed the true fun-loving spirit of the Senior Class. Billy Finley and Quincy Ryland read the Last Will and Testament. The Roaches 9 Gifts are presented to the Seniors. GRADU Valedictorian: Ted Kingsbury Salutatorian: Kate Barham Such rare school elements as Salutatorian Kate Barham and Valedictorian Ted Kingsbury have raised the experimen- tal value of our school to a high standard. During Graduation Exercises the class of 1965 was inspired by guest speaker William J. Story, Jr. ATION Waiting for the big event Diplomas are presented Last preparations To the Seniors, You, the active elements, have helped to complete the reaction which is necessary for a smooth running school. Inert elements are useless in our progressing efforts; but because of your high energy levels, we thank you for help- ing to balance the equation for a good school. The energy that you have used in the past has left an explosive mark; but we hope your energy in the future will promote community, na- tion, and world reactions. From the remaining elements The class enters 1 1 The change of tassels Gifts or plans? GIRLS’ STATE DELEGATE Sarah Gehrken DELEGATE ALTERNATE Susan Powers Linda Dell Beale ALTERNATE Rin Henry Boys ' and Girls ' State delegates and alternates are chosen by the junior class. Boys ' State was held at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg from July 11-17. They were sponsored by the American Legion Post. Girls ' State was held at Radford College in Radford, Virginia from June 20-26. The girl delegates were sponsored by the Lions Club. BOYS’ STATE 12 ADVERTISEMENTS PET MILK COMPANY DAIRY DIVISION Drink Pet For Pep Franklin, Virginia Congratulations W.T. PACE Hardware Since 1890 JONES DRUG COMPANY ’’The Prescription Drug Store " Dial LO 2-3510 Compliments of DRAKE TIRE COMPANY, INC. Goodyear Tires FRANKLIN FROZEN FOOD CORP. Recapping Franklin, Virginia Compliments of A FRIEND SOUTHERN MANOR RESTAURANT MOTEL Excellent Food Service CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES SENIOR CLASS of 1965 STEINHARDT GOODWIN EQUIPMENT CO. Franklin. 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