Franklin High School - Retrospect Yearbook (Mount Airy, NC)

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You could find him in the heart of the church ' s problem, at the head of the school ' s problem, out in front for progress in all the activities that contribute to a better community for people who love the earth and live thereon. . . It Ded icalion . . . To Mr. Hiatt who, in his daily instruction, not only fashions for us a high moral code of honor and conduct but who also embodies these ideals in our associations with him as teacher and friend, we gratefully dedicate this, the 1950 volume of the MAROON AND GREY. . . apoon an . . . Herewith we present this chronicle of our school days, spinning for you on the ensuing pages a charm against time. . .in the hope that in some future year, you may leaf through this book, and pointing to portrayed faces, exclaim: " Yes! this is how they were in the long ago. . . " • 4 F acu It 4 J. C. HIATT Physical Education THOMAS H. HOUCK English, Social Sciences HOYLE S. BROOME Principal MARY V. H. LOCKLEAR Social Sciences LOUISE KENDALL English VIRGINIA C. COLTRANE SAMUEL T. BRIGGS Vocational Home Economics Vocational Agricul¬ ture HELEN G. HOLLINGSWORTH GEORGIA F. STANLEY English Music CHARLES ROBERTSON Science, Mathematics CHARLES NELSON Mathematics Physical Education MRS. RUTH FOURQUREAN Business Education (No Picture) . ■ « fb I 1 » A ■3 •♦ ' ' " ivV ' ' " • ' H ' - ■ ■ ' ' i ' ■ ' ' « I‘ ' • •1 •» ' »■ • •, , • .T ' : y... ' j " V .•• • « T Vk4- ' ?2: . -i ' • •- •-■“4s, ' ■) vv ' i ’. . i . O . ' •y. ' r- - Wv: Vv ' T ■•Hi . y. »¥ w v-. jT -! »Si ■y f S ' • A ■ • i ■•v . ' . = A.; m ' « AV xt ' A rt}- ' - ' .;? -V ' . y ir V-. « ■•? , V s . • ■ :■-:; •■ ' . ' ■V ' -.. ' . ■ ,• ’-.jVv:.;.’ ' ■ ' •■ • » ' f .., . • »•, ■ . - , rv A- " » ■ • -■ ' ' ■ • • ' ' ■ ' • ' - • ' ' V • ' - v ' -«r‘ 1 ' -V-V, • ' ' »•■,• • . •■ ' • ♦ , ••••..,•• jlA» . ' i ■;■; -. • . , ■ , • ■-: •• - - ' . ' ■ ' •• ■5 ' -‘ ■ ‘♦,: •• ' ■•• ■,: ' urmmm- : • - ■ : ry-- ‘ y y ' • ■ ' " ■ .y . ' ... ' -’ ' ri V ' ' -. ■ - •■ ’ Senior Class Off leers GLENN MACY. CARLOS SURRATT NANCY BEAMER. . DOROTHY HILL. . . .... President Vice-President .Secretary .... Treasurer CLASS MOTTO: " KNOWLEDGE COMES, BUT WISDOM LINGERS " CLASS COLORS: RED AND WHITE CLASS FLOWER: ROSE J. C. ATKINS Scouts 1; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3.4; F.F.A.1.2,4; F.F.A Officer 1,2,4; Rhythm Club 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Ed. 1, 2; Softball 1 . I ' r NANCY BEAMER Paper Staff 1; 4-H Club 1, 2; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. H. A. Officer 1,2,3; Student Council 2; Dra¬ matics 2, 3; Marshal 3; Class Officer 4; Style Show 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Physical Ed. 1; Most Likely to Succeed 4. I HELEN CARTER ■ Physical Ed. 1; 4-H Club I r, 2; Style Show 1, 2; Rhy- ? thm Club 3, 4; Most Po¬ ll lite 4. f I i RALPH EVANS F. F. A. 3; Physical Ed. 1; 4-H Club 2; Substitu¬ te Bus Driver 4; Most Dignified 4. |i ALFRED GARDNER ' ' Paper Staff 4; F.F.A. ,, 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, i 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Glee ' Club 1; Art Club 3; Track 1,4; Rhythm Club 3, 4; l May Court 1, 2; Most IjAthletic 4. i; I I I I ' MARY FELTS Ipaper Staff 1, 2, 3; 4-H iClub 1, 2; F. H. A. 2. 3; [Student Council 2, 3; Dramatics 2; Marshal 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; I Softball 1. 2, 3, 4; Style Show 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Most Athletic 4. I i RACHEL CREED Paper Staff 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Style Show 1, 2; Physical Ed. 1; Most Congenial 4. BUSTER GORDON F. F. A. 1, 2; Softball 1; Track 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Friendliest 4. I PEGGY HALL Scouts 1, 2; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1. 2, 3, 4; Style Show 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1,2; Rhythm Club 4; Best Sport 4. KESTER JARRELL Basketball 1, 2; 4-H Club 4; Softball 1,.2; Stage Manager 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Rhythm Club 3, 4; Most Popular 4. RUBY HAROLD Forensic 3; 4-H Club 3; Dramatics 3; Class Officer 3; Rhythm Club 3, 4; Biggest Flirt 4; Mount Airy High School 2 years. GLENN MACEY Paper Staff 2, 3; Student Council 2; Dramatics 2, 3; Marshal 3; Class Officer 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Physical Ed. 1, 2; Rhythm Club 4; Most Dependable 4. SMITH HARDY Scouts 1; F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Bus Driver 4; Glee Club 4; Art Club 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Best Sport 4. THELMA HANKS Girl Scouts 1, 2; Paper Staff 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3; F. H. A. 1, 2;Dramatics 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Style Show 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1. 2; Journalism Club 4; Phy¬ sical Ed. 1, Best All Ground 4. RODGER LOWE F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. F. A Officer 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3; Bus Driver 3, 4; Most Attractive 4. FLORA HEMMINGS Style Show 1, 2; Physical Ed. 1; 4-H Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Quiet¬ est 4. : BOBBY McHONE ;F. F.A. 1, 2, 3; Drama- itics 3; Glee Club 4; I Yearbook Staff 4; Phy- isical Ed. 1,2; Rhythm blub 4; Art Club 3; i.VIost Congenial 4. KnNE HODGE Jf. H. a. 2. 3, 4; F. H. A. lOfficer 2, 3, 4; Style ohow 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 12; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; |VIay Court 1; Physical 13d. 1; Best Dressed 4. I ' ii |i i ' il i: 1: pILL SCOTT p. F. A. 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 4; Physical Ed. 1; Rhythm Club 3, 4; Big- l|fest Flirt 4. || I i i jbOROTHY KEYE |1 tyle Show 1, 2; Glee Club (l, 2, 3; Physical Ed, 1; ' jlhythm Club 3, 4; Quiet- list 4. [■ i ' I DOROTHY HILL Paper Staff 4; Forensic 3; Public Speaking 3; Student Council 2; Dra¬ matics 3; Marshal 3; Class Officer 3, 4; Bas¬ ketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Style Show 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Rhy¬ thm Club 4; Most Depen¬ dable 4. BILL NICHOLS F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 1, 2, 3; Football 4; Softball 1; Glee Club 4; Art Club 3; Rhythm Club 4; Happiest 4. MILDRED JARRELL Scout 1; Paper Staff 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; Style Show 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Rhythm Club 3, 4; Most Popular 4. HOWARD SHELTON F. F. A.l, 2; 4-H Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Softball 1, 2, 4; Football 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Phy¬ sical Ed, 1, 2, 3; Best All Around 4. DORIS NICHOLS F. H. A. I, 2, 3; F. H. A. Officer 3; 4-H Club I, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club Officer I, 2, 3; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track I; Softball I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3; Paper Staff 4; Style Show I, 2, 3; Journalism Club 4; Dra¬ matics 3; Marshal 3; Most Likeable 4. CARLOS SURRATT Scouts I, 2, 3, 4; Paper Staff I, 3, 4; 4-H Club I, 2, 3; Forensic 2, 3; Pub¬ lic Speaking 2; Student Council 2, 3; Dramatics 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3; Class Officer 3, 4; Basketball I, 3, 4; Football 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Club 3, 4; Most Likely to Suc¬ ceed 4. BARBARA SHELTON Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Style Show I, 2; Most Dignified 4. KENNETH WHITE Scouts I. 2, 3; 4-H Club I, 2; F. F. A. 3, 4; Physical Ed. I. 2, 3. 4; Football 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Club 4; Most Original 4. EDD SOUTHERN F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4; F. F. A. Officer 3, 4; Bus Driver 4; Cutest 4. GERALDENE RENEGAR F. H. A. 2, 3; F. H. A. Offi¬ cer 2, 3; Dramatics 2, 3; Style Show I, 2, 3; Glee Club I, 2; Journalism Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Stu¬ dent Council 2; Physical Ed. I; 4-H Club 2; Most Attractive 4. ROGER THOMAS F. F. A. 3. 4; 4-H Club 3; Physical Ed. I, 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Track 1, 3; Rhythm Club 3, 4; Best Dressed 4. BERLENE TATE 4-H Club 1, 2; F.H. A. 1; Dramatics 3; Physical Ed. 1; Glee Club 1, 3; Rhythm Club 3, 4; Friendliest 4. I i I j VERNA THORNBURG } F. H. A. 1; 4-H Club 1, 2; i Dramatics 3; Rhythm |; Club 3, 4; Physical Ed. i 1; Glee Club 1; Most Ori ginal 4. I j ' . i IPEGGY VENABLE ■ 4-H Club 4; Rhythm Club .,4; Glee Club 4; Cheerlea- [der 4; Cutest 4. Lambs- I ' burg High School ' ' Dramatics 1; Hiking Club 1:1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; ii4-H Club 1, 2, 3; Riding iClub 2, 3; Cheer-Leader •2, 3. ii I. M Ii ij ' i ;| MAXINE TICKLE Paper Staff 4; 4-H Club 4; F. H, A. 3; Rhythm Club 4; Beulah High School Basketball Manager 3; 4-H Club 3; Girls Club 3. ANNABELLE HODGE Style Show 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; May Court 1, 2; Rhythm Club 3; Friendliest 4. I i Senior Super lati uperiaiives 1. MOST CONGENIAL. Bobby McHone, Rachel Creed 2. BEST DRESSED.Anne Hodge, Roger Thomas 3. FRIENDLIEST..Buster Gordon, Anna Belle Beasley 4. BEST ALL AROUND.Howard Shelton, Thelma Hanks 5. QUIETEST.Flora Hammings, Dorothy Keye 6. BIGGEST FLIRT. Ruby Harold, Bill Scott 7. MOST ATHLETIC.Mary Felts, Alfred Gardner 8. MOST ORIGINAL.Kenneth White, Verna Thornburgh j 9. MOST DEPENDABLE.Glenn Macy, Dorothy Hill i i: II j Senior Superlatives j ii i; 1. HAPPIEST.Billy Ray Nichols, BerleneTate 2. MOST POPULAR.Mildred Jarrell, Kester Jarrell 3. MOST LIKEABLE.J. C. Atkins, Doris Nichols 4. BEST SPORTS.Peggy Hall, Smith Hardy 5. MOST POLITE.Maxine Tickle, Helen Carter 6. CUTEST.Edd Southern, Peggy Venable 7. MOST ATTRACTIVE.Rodger Lowe, Geraldene Renegar 8. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED.Nancy Beamer, Carlos Surratt 9. MOST DIGNIFIED.Barbara Shelton, Ralph Evans 1 Y ■■ ' i ( . JS s.-.- V ( I -CIl .i. F ' - !-i j i k Ifci ' tt ' I " - ' •T ’V SSi! ' Jh r li-i t .Kr J • ' f, " i «• ' • f •■ ' - i.c - . i ■■ - lc • ' ». ♦« ' . ' ' .j 7 -: 1 iS ■ 1 , Y i • i _ i Junior Class Off icons PRESIDENT.Donald Gardne VICE-PRESIDENT.Eldridge Belto SECRETARY.Claudia McKinne TREASURER.Mary Ruth Surral CLASS MOTTO: " GIVE TO THE WORLD THE BEST THAT YOU HAVE AND THE BEST WILL COME BACK TO YOU " CLASS COLORS: BLUE AND WHITE CLASS FLOWER: ROSE First row: Arthur Beamer, Margaret Carter, Eldridge Belton, Jo Ann Caudle, Pat Duncan, Virginia Chandler. Second row: Grant Easter, Mary Nell Gardner, Spencer Eldridge, Pa¬ tricia Gordon, Donald Gardner, Rosa Hodges. Third row: Donald Golding, Nellie Jackson, Charlie Goins, Peggy Jar¬ rell, Wayne Hodges, Mildred Leonard. Fourth row: Wayne Hodge, Claudia McKinney, B. F. Jarrell, Lois Mc¬ Kinney, Roger Jones, Iris Miller. Fifth row: Phillip Loflen, Jewel Miller, Cecil Marion, Rachel Miller, Frank Meadows, Colene Mundy. I; Q i! a Juniors First row: Marvin Mundy, Esther Nichols, Bill Nichols, Nancy Nichols, Dixie Norman, Betty Jo Norman. Second row: Bill Overby, Betty Jo Quesinberry, Bill Pike, Wilma Rey¬ nolds, Bobby Shelton, Amy June Snow. Third row: Billy Gray Smith, Mary Ruth Surratt, Bill Venable, Mary Lou Sykes, George Venable, Annie Belle Webb. Fourth row: Annie Lee Woodruff, Magdalene Young, Gladys Woodruff. I k i i r i V Soph onioPGS First row: Arnold Blackburn, Lillian Arrington, Ray Carter, Mary Jo Booker, Billy Caudle, Frieda Bowman, Roger Clifton, Opal Bryant, j: Second row; Audrey Carter, Clyde Cox, Jean Culbreth, Bobby Easter, t j Polly Gravley, Burley Edwards, Nancy Hall, Ray Hill. J Third row: Helen Hawks, Frank Jarrell, Barbara Haymore, Roy Jessup, I ' Callie Leftwich, Jack Lawson, Juanita Leonard, Elvin Marshall. !j Fourth row: Elmira Loflen, Fred Marshall, Shirley Lowe, Kelly McHone, Agnes Moseley, Guy Money, Carol McKinney, Bobby Norman. Fifth row: Bertha Nichols, Jack Renegar, Betty Lee Nichols, Graham i Robinson, Kay Nichols, Buddy Sutphin, Ruth Poore, Roy Hiatt. ' ' Sixth row: Flossie Quesinberry, Fannie Lou Simmons, Frances Shaw, Carlene Tickle, Latrice Vernon, Ray Easter. 1 I- § “ J e f 4 _- •L! .1 V . ; • - !• r-X. » »; . » 5 . •» • •; ' •■• ' • . ' -■ J ' -.- ' ••’■ ..,• ■ ■ ' ■ ■.. ■ ■•• ■ . ' ■ ' V ' :. 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' . ■• . - • ' •.V ■ ._ • • i ,■ ■ ■ ■, :■■ ■■■ ■’ vf • ' f .; ■ = ' ■• ' i • ■• ’ . ”■ ' . r..;‘i A; ' v Sfr t peshmen Section 9A: PRESIDENT SECRETARY Nirelle Willard Jean Platt Section 9B: PRESIDENT - Richard Wagoner SECRETARY - Bobby Bunker First row: Thomas Anthony, Mildred Berrier, Billy Belton, Verna Lee Bowman, Anderson Bobbitt, Arlene Bryant, Bobby Bunker, Eula Mae Carpenter. Second row: Barbara Jean Cockerham, Grover Busick, Betty Lou Creasy, Roy Clifton, Minnie Lou Critz, Winfred Coe, Rachel Critz, Bobby Cole. Third row: Billy Creed, Jerry Dickerson, Perry Creed, Banner Easter, Jimmy Edwards, Catherine Evans, William Felts, Betty Lou Hall. F PGshmcn First row: Thelma Haynes, Swanson Goad, Nancy Jessup, Paul Golding, Faye Keye, Hal Heath, Annie Laurie Marion, Charlie Holder. Second row: Herman Leftwich, Erna Jean McCraw, Silas McCraw, Erlene McCraw, Robert McCraw, Nancy Miller, Dee Meadows, Betty Lou Payne. Third row: Jean Platt, Sam Newsome, Barbara Scott, Simon Niston, Rachel Shelton, Arless Parker, Eunice Smith, Wade Parsons. Fourth row: Joyce Snody, Paul Pike, Glenda Stewart, Ray Scott, Vernie Thomas, Charles Shelton, Ola Utt, James Shelton. Fifth row: Billy Sykes, Nancy Watson, Billy Smith, Barbara Jo Weddle, A. G. Southern, Nirelle Willard, Joe Southern, Lorene Williamson. Sixth row: Estelle Wilson, Arlie Stanley, Thelma Wilson, Billy Under¬ wood, Demmie Lee Woodruff, Richard Wagoner, Wayne Williamson, Dee Watson. Before the toss ! . . . Two studious Juniors. . . Busy Editor-in-chief. . . Neck¬ tie party. . . Into the wild blue yonder. . . Familiar twosome. . . Ya rah! rah! . . . More ties. . . Co-captains: 1950 team. . . Office " execs " in the making. . . Win¬ some lassies-with high-powered beverage. . . Happy-go-lucky Senior. . . ACTIVITIES Class of 1950 4apsfial s . . . CARLOS SURRATT Chief NANCY REAMER MARY FELTS DOROTHY HILL DORIS NICHOLS GLENN MACEY Although the school has neither Beta Club nor Honor Society, significantly on this and the foregoing page we have pictured the leaders of the Class of 1950 from the standpoint of scholarship. Certainly the class room--with all its academic aspects--is the forum from which valuable leadership emerges, and no other activity should supersede this time-honored testing ground. Staff: PpanUin Hi-Life” 1 I; i: f ' ' I i; First row, left to right: Dorothy Hill, News Editor; Betty Jo Quesinberry, 1 Associate Editor; Carlos Surratt, Editor-in-chief; Bill Venable, Copy Editor, il Second row; Alfred Gardner, Sports Editor; Patricia Gordon, Reporter; I Maxine Tickle, Ruby Harold, Reporters; Doris Nichols, Sports Editor. !j Third row: Barbara Shelton, Reporter; Thelma Hanks, Business Mana- I ger; Arthur Beamer, Associate Business Manager; Mildred Jarrell Circu- j lation Manager. I With " four down and two to go " (with reference to issues printed) the Frank¬ lin Hi-Life Staff feels that the 1949-1950 Year has been successful from many j standpoints. Inheritor of a paper in a healthy financial condition (thanks to the sagacity of 1948-49 Staff and their Sponsor: Mrs. Starling) the Business ; Staff sparked by Thelma Hanks, mounted a highly concentrated advertising I campaign in the fall. This campaign, together with a subscription drive, should enable the 1950 Staff to carry on the tradition of a school paper which operates " in the black " . With a pared-down and cooperative staff, Carlos Surratt assumed the edi¬ torial reins and has proved a most capable " exec " . Bill Venable as Copy Edi¬ tor assembled " dummies " to meet press deadlines, and Dorothy Hill was al¬ ways ready to fill in as typist, producing neat and accurate copy. Limitation of space prevents us from recognizing everyone by name; all worked willingly and well. Attempts have been made to mak e the " Hi-Life " a truly news-worthy jour¬ nal, reflecting all aspects of school activity. One criticism might be leveled that, due to Senior Sponsorship, the " Hi-Life " tends to be colored by Senior News. Would not a worthwhile goal be SCHOOL SPONSORSHIP with a paper truly representative of ALL classes? Seated; Mildred Leonard, Associate Business Manager; Glenn Macey, Business Manager; Mary Felts, Editor; Annie Belle Webb, Associate. Standing; Geraldine Renegar, Photography; Howard Shelton, Advertising Manager; Anne Hodge, Activities; Kester Jarrell, Associate Advertising; Nan¬ cy Beamer, Activities Editor; Buster Gordon and Mary Nell Gardner, Sports Editors. Elected early in October, the annual staff was immediately confronted with the problem of whether to publish a printed yearbook or a printed-lithographed book. The 1949 Maroon Grey the school ' s first printed volume, was such an attractive yearbook that Seniors experienced a difficulty in making a deci¬ sion. After comparing the cost of the two, it was decided to try the lithograph¬ ed copy--with the expectation of including more pictures thus producing a bulk¬ ier volume. Inability to meet regularly, lack of space to store materials, and failure to locate suitable working room handicapped the staff more than can be realized. Mary Felts as Editor, Glenn Macey, as Business Manager and Photographer, and the entire staff labored strenuously and capably to collect and assemble materials. Efforts were made this year, to include more informal snapshots, and a thicker activities section, from the standpoint of yearly sum.maries. As you now witness the result, the staff hopes their goals were realized, in part- and for bigger and better years for Franklin ' s MAROON GREY. I j ‘f f ?! f j ii ' ) ■i H .‘l Oponiatics 1949-1950 " maid to order " cast Seated; Dorothy Hill, Carlos Surratt, Nancy Beamer, and Glenn Macey. Standing: Bobby McHone, Rodger Lowe, Berlene Tate, Verna Thornburgh, Bill Overby, Ruby Harold, Thelma Hanks, Howard Shelton, and Geraldine Re- negar. The 1950 Senior Class presented " Maid To Order " for their Junior Play in the spring of 1949. Withalmost a third of the class represented, the cast was as follows: Jack Blakeslee. Bobby Rumble. Lyrica Smythe. Mrs. Forthington Smythe Ronald Clark. Corne-on Kate. Barbara (Bunny) Cole. . . . Sir Cecil Tupper. Lady Constance Tupper. . Mrs. Jones. Jimmy Sawyer. Elaine Sawyer. Gilbert Rawlins. . . . . Bobby McHone . Rodger Lowe .Berlene Tate Verna Thornburgh .Billy Overby .Ruby Harold . . . . Thelma Hanks . . .Howard Shelton Geraldine Renegar .Dorothy Hill . . . Carlos Surratt . . . .Nancy Beamer .Glenn Macey ti " hilarity house " cast Seated; Fannie Lou Simmons, Billy Gray Smith. Carlos Surratt, Donald Golding, Guy Money and Juanita Leonard. Standing; Miss Louise Kendall, Director; Bertha Nichols, Ruth Poore, Kelly McHone, and Helen Gray. On February 10, a group of high school students presented a farce comedy entitled " Hilarity House " . The cast consisted of the following; Isobel Jordon.Helen Gray Kathi Jordon.Juanita Leonard Betsy Jordon.Fannie Lou Simmons Lucindy Peck.Bertha Nichols Wally O ' Shane.Don Golding Buzz Bassett.Bill Smith Stan Lawler.Carlos Surratt Jefferson Jordon.Guy Money Dora Devine. Ruth Poore Dixie Devine.Kelly McHone DRAMATICS 1949-1950 On January 20, ' the Seniors presented a minstrel entitled " The Cotton Blos¬ soms " . The cast; Bobby McHone, Carlos Surratt, Smith Hardy, Glenn Ma- cey, Howard Shelton, Bill Scott, and Alfred Gardner, the Chorus--consisting of the remainder of the Senior Class, and Soloists; Kester Jarrell, Bobby Shel¬ ton, and Helen Gray furnished a pleasant evening ' s entertainment. At this writing, practice is going forward on the Junior play and a Senior Play is sche¬ duled for the spring. Publication deadline prevents inclusion of pictures of these two productions. j i " The homes of tomorrow are in the hands of the youth of today " Anne Hodge. Annie Belle Webb. Mary Ruth Surratt Claudia McKinney. Mildred Leonard.. OFFICERS _President Patricia Gordon.Reporter V. President Rachel Miller.Historian _Secretary Annie Lee Woodruff.Parliamentarian ... Treasurer Jo Ann Caudle.Song Leader .Pianist Miss Virginia Coltrane.Advisor County Rally, Veterans Park - District Rally, Flat Rock,- State Rally, Raleigh - White Lake Camp - World Christmas Festival - Pen Pals from foreign coun¬ tries- Planting Roses - Community Party - Beverage Wedding - Mother - Daughter Banquet - Fashion Show - Chapter Meetings - County Officers Ban¬ quet - Mildred, County Vice-President - Junior Homemaker Degrees - Dra¬ peries for Homemaking Department - Fun - Fellowship - Chapter Homemaker Degree, Fannie Lou CREED We are the Future Homemakers of America We face the future with warm courage. And high hope. For we have the clear consciousness of seeking Old and precious values. For we are the builders of homes. Homes for America ' s future. Homes where living will be the expression of everything That is good and fair. Homes where truth and love and security and faith Will be realities, not dreams. We are the Future Homemakers of America. We face the future with warm courage. And high hope. Mathematical hi jinks . .why weren ' t we told Algebra would be like this. . . imports of Lambsburg-happy additions. .. Formal vs. Informal. .. Initiation can be fun. . . Sambo gives out with " Blues In The Night " . . . Jam session. . . A flock of black crows. . . Star-gazing on school time. . . Caught off guard. . . Sen¬ iors sunning. . . History and Science " professors " . . . Freshman southpaw. Favorite sport at F. H. S . ... Merry Foursome. . . Gerry and Anne. . . The " Team " . . . Carlos and Glenn relaxing. . . " GreenHand " Falls on Frosh. . . " Tied- up " Senior Lads. . . The Pause that refreshes. . . " Cotton Blossoms " facing the camera. .. Dot, Barbara, Peggy, and Rachel enliven the landscape. .. PigsKin novices. . . Down by the fence. P ootLa II 1949-1950 THE SQUAD First row, left to right: Wayne Hodges, Grant Easter, Coach Nelson, Donald Golding, Frank Meadows. Second row: Dixie Norman, Howard Shelton, Buster Hall, Kenneth White, Bobby Shelton, Billy Belton, Donald Gardner. Third row: Carlos Surratt, Jimmy Edwards, Buddy Hutchens, Donald Nich¬ ols, Billy Ray Nichols, Smith Hardy, Roger Jones, Spencer Eldridge, Wayne Hodge, Billy Smith. The pioneer gridiron team of Franklin High School-completed its first sea¬ son without a win, but coaches and players feel satisfied with the year ' s results and are already shaping up plans for the 1950 season. Under the leadership of Coach Charles W. Nelson, a group of boys, few of whom had ever seen a football game, was shaped into a very creditable first- year team. The schedule of the games played, with scores follows: September 30 Miller ' s Creek 21-6 October 14 Mount Airy Reserves 20-0 October 21 Flat Rock 26-0 October 28 Booneville 13-6 November 4 Flat Rock 13-7 November 11 Miller ' s Creek 12-7 November 18 Jonesville 59-7 Attention is called to the difference in the scores of the first and last Mil¬ ler ' s Creek games and the first and last Flat Rock games as proof of the team ' s improvement during the season. During spring training. Coach Nelson expects to pick an embyro squad from which to build a much better team. Three regulars dropped out of school and three more graduate this spring. Many of the boys now in the eighth or ninth grades are expected to furnish some valuable material to the squad. Next year, the football schedule will probably see many wins for Franklin. Since both coach and boys have gained experience this season, it is hoped that teams of which the school can be justly proud will be produced. IGGP Gr s Mary Nell Gardner, Arthur Beamer, Iris Miller, Mary Ruth Surratt, Bill Venable, and Joan Caudle Yeaaaaaa Red! Yeaaaaaa White! Yea Franklin! Fight! Fight! Fight! We ' re rough! We ' re tough! We ' re rough and tough and hard to bluff! We Fight! We Fight! We fight to win and n ' er give in. For we are from Franklin Hi! Rah! Hey Hi Ho Ho Hi Hey Franklin Franklin You ' re O. K. 1949-[5asl GtlDall-1950 First row left to right: Roger Jones Alfred Gardner, Smith Hardy, Buddy Hutchens, Bill Nichols, and Eldridge Belton. Second row: Coach Hiatt, Jack Renegar, B. F. Jarrell, Buddy Sutphin, and Cecil Marion. THE SEASON Franklin 38 Low Gap 27 F ranklin 46 Westfield 16 Franklin 45 Copeland 20 Franklin 18 Beulah 28 Franklin 33 Pilot Mountain 24 Franklin 34 Jonesville 50 Franklin 33 Beulah 30 Franklin 47 Copeland 12 Franklin 48 Westfield 21 Franklin 35 Flat Rock 32 Franklin 50 Dobson 33 Franklin 45 Mountain Park 7 Franklin 55 Low Gap 28 Franklin 41 Mountain Park 29 Franklin 28 Flat Rock 26 F ranklin 53 Francisco 18 With practically all regulars back, the boys have had a successful season. By putting Smith Hardy and Eldridge Belton with last year ' s regulars: Roger Jones, Alfred Gardner, and Buddy Hutchens, Mr. Hiatt composed his starting line-up. These received support from B. F. Jarrell, Cecil Marion, Buddy Sutphin, Bill Nichols, Jack Renegar, and Spencer Eldridge. n BasketLall T earn First row left to right: Virginia Chandler, Annie Belle Webb, Mary Felts, Coach Hiatt, Thelma Hanks, Nancy Nichols, and Carlene Tickle. Second row: Doris Nichols, Patricia Gordon, Esther Nichols, Peggy Hall, Mildred Leonard, Kay Nichols, Elmira Loflen. Franklin 18 Low Gap 21 Franklin 23 Dobson 31 Franklin 33 Westfield 15 Franklin 38 Westfield 21 Franklin 34 Copeland 13 Franklin 35 Mountain Park 25 Franklin 28 Beulah 23 Franklin 30 York Oil 13 Franklin 39 Francisco 28 Franklin 43 Mountain Park 16 Franklin 26 Pilot Mountain 21 Franklin 23 Flat Rock 19 Franklin 18 Dobson 21 Franklin 31 Francisco 21 Franklin 42 Jonesville 20 Franklin 28 White Plains 17 Franklin 38 Pilot Mountain 23 Franklin 16 Booneville 22 Franklin 40 Beulah 16 Franklin 30 Copeland 18 Franklin 41 Flat Rock 24 Mary Felts, Thelma Hanks, and Annie Belle Webb, With three regular guards back, and receiving support from Mildred Leo¬ nard, Doris Nichols, and Patricia Gordon, the defensive element of the team was well integrated. All regular forwards graduating, Nancy Nichols, Carlene Tickle, Virginia Chandler performed ably. Girls receiving valuable experience were Esther Nichols, Peggy Hall, Elmira Loflen, Kay Nichols, and Opal Byrant. ) i i Lpiloque: AS WE WALK DOWN THE AISLE May 31...and out the auditorium doors for the last time...we will carry with us many memories... Memories of. Carefree Freshman days...Miss Ken¬ dall and Miss Coltrane as home room teachers..Pun-packed picnic on Cum¬ berland Knob...Ritzy style Show... ...Sophisticated Sophomores Active participation in athletics... ...Mr Hiatt assumes coaching of the girls.. .Christmas Party in the gym... Junior hours with Mr. Houck and Mrs.Starlingas class advisors... Tricking Mr. Houck by taking off Easter MDiiday instead of Sneak Day... Junior Senior Prom..Football field... First Formal...RhythmClub...Square Dances In the Gym with Johnny Hiatt ..Class Parties... ...The Last Round-Up--Mrs. Hollingsworth our devoted sponsor ...Thrills at receiving class rings... Help and advice from Mr. Broome, who always has the welfare of his students at heart...Duke-State Game .. .Wiener Roast.. .Six new Classmates ...Shakespeare ' s Macbeth.. .Sneak Day?...Washington Trip...Caps and gowns...The Final March... i Sophs a-top the bus. . . What! another excuse? . . . Emerging from the lunch¬ room. . . On time, for a change? . . . New sport on Franklin ' s campus. . . " Pat " and feminine admirers. . . Into the basket!. . . Explaining the intricacies of Al¬ gebra. . . Faculty on parade ? . . . Joyce and Estelle. . . Conversationally speaking . . . Almost time for the bell! r ■ 1 ‘ ♦ ■ ' . ' ■ .■■■■ ' •■ ' ■ •• " ■ ‘.I . • .. 1 • 4 V , : t , . r ar ; ' i ‘ •• . V :.: ■:•• •.- ... " r.-- ; : ' V ' - • ' ».. ■ •:■. •• ■• ' ’ ' S ' ' ' f ' • " ' w. ' .A . : v ■•■ •v• .;wi: : .W Jr «■ .. ' -. 2.’ ' 4 ' . ;. ’ •• ' ■• • " w. ' ' i‘• ? ' •’ ■■■ ■■ .■ ■ " ■.■■; ' • ;■ _ •■.“s-V vr- ' - ' .-.V; ' A 1 V - . -. V .« .: ■ -. • .r xt. I.;;- ' ■ y% - ' v »V,.J ' - I . 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' . . % ' ' • 4 § I § Compliments of ODELL’S GROCERY | DUKE POWER COMPANY Groceries - Fresh Meats Electrical Appliances Gasoline ; Oil Mount Airy, N. C. “New Crossroads”_Toast, N. C BOWMAN ELECTRIC Best Wishes For Class of ’50 COMPANY GEORGE W. SPARGER, Jr. Radios and Appliances Sales Service REAL ESTATE ; 113 W. Pine Street Phone 884 Mount Airy, N. C. Congratulations to Seniors Compliments of BLUE RIDGE COFFEE SHOP HOLCOMB HARDWARE S. A. Nichols Manager Norge Electrical Refrigerators and Oil Heaters 1 Mount Airy, N. C. Mount Airy, N. C. LEON’S BOOKER’S Carol Xing Dresses For The Junior Service Station and Store ■ Smartest Styles Inexpensive G roceries-Gas-Oil ; ‘‘Come and see for yourself’ Mount Airy, N. C. C. O. Booker, Owner § § § § § § § § § § § § DIXIE CLOTHING COMPANY Trade at Quality Merchandise THE FAIR STORE 125 North Main Street and SAVE! Phone 635 Mount Airy, N. C. Mount Airy, N. C. Best Wishes to Senior Class- SPARGER INSURANCE. AGENCY BARBER HOSIERY MILLS, INC. M. H. M. F. Sparger General Insurance ■Mount Airy, N. C. 110 Franklin Street Mount Airy, N. C. Compliments of G. C. HAUSER’S CASH STORE ' HOOVER REPAIR SHOP Groceries-Feeds-Flour E. Oak Street Phone 411 Mount Airy, N. C. Mount Airy, N. C . RANT’S SHOE SHOP Eat at ‘‘The best in good shoe MAIN STREET CAFE repairing.’ ’ Joe H. S. Dobson 73 S. Main Street Plate Lunches and All Popular Sandwiches N. Main Street Mount Airy, N. C. .—.. Mount Airy, N. C. Compliments of PARTRIDGE TEXTILES, INC. Manufacturers of Quail Togs MOUNT AIRY SUPPLY CO. Complete Line of F urniture Wade H. Davis - Mgr. N. South St. - Mount Airy, N. C MOUNT AIRY PAINT STORE Pittsburg Paints Southern Wallpapers Venetian Blinds, 106 Franklin St. - Ph. 438-J Mount Airy, N. C. Compliments of CITY MEAT MARKET Glenn Davenport-Owner, Franklin Street Mount Airy, N. C BRITTS MOTOR CO. Packard Cars G.M.C. Trucks Sales and Service PHILIP SNOW General Merchandise Shoes -Gr oce r ie s - Notions Toast, N. C . % § Compliments of SURRY COUNTY LOAN TRUST COMPANY j § MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Mount Airy, N. C. Dobson, N. C . § § § BOOKER’S ESSO SERVICE Compliments of Tires, Auto Parts LEONARD’S Road Service Jewelers Since 1893 Open from 7A.M. until 1 A.M. Phone 813J - Bannertown Mount Airy, N. C. | Compliments of SWANSON MOTOR CO. BLUE RIDGE INSURANCE AGENCY Buick - Pontiac R. P. Jones-E. C. Collins Sales and Service i Phone 402 Phone 400 - Mount Airy, N. C . Mount Airy, N. C. 1 Compliments of Compliments of FIRST NATIONAL MOODY BANK FUNERAL HOME | j MEMBER OF F. D. I. C. HOME OF HARRISON j MUTUAL BURIAL ASSOC. 24 Hr. Ambulance Service Mount Airy, N. C. Phone 65 1 § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § COMPLIMENTS OF NORTH CAROLINA GRANITE CORPORATION Mount Airy, N. C. Compliments of j GRANITE CITY MILLS GALAX LIVESTOCK YARDS Manufacturers of Ice Flour--Feeds--Meal Sale every Monday Phone 28 1 Mount Airy. N. C. Galax, Va. i LAWSON’S CLEANERS THOMPSON’S FURNITURE COMPANY “We pick up and deliver” “Everything for the Home” Phone 299R Ma in Street 156 N. Main Street Mount Airy, N. C. Mount Airy, N. C. IMARION SUPPLY and MANUFACTURING CO. § % § § § “When you think of building, Think of us • § WINDOWS. DOORS. CABINETS. FLOORING. SASHES. LOCKS Low Prices - Quality Goods Mount Airy, N. C,. ? § Compliments of FOY LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL 290-294 East Pine Street Mount Airy, N. C. phone 118 § § § J. H. COX G. E. SPARGER § § Trading as § § MOUNT AIRY COAL YARD and GROCERY Foods of Finest Quality FRUITS, VEGETABLES, MEATS, FEEDS, HAY- Phone 1 150 325 North Willow Mount Airy, N. C . § § § SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH VIRGINIA-CAROLINA SIMMONS § O. L. Badgett WAREHOUSES R. C. Simmons R. C. Simmons, Jr, § 4 § With Best Wishes From GRANITE CITY MOTOR COMPANY YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER § 137 N. Main Street Mount Airy, N. C . § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § I § § J. J. SHACKELFORD BADGETT CONCRETE SHOE SHOP For Expert Shoe Repairs PRODUCTS “We print nanae plates for dogs and ★ 1 Ready-Mixed Concrete Repair leather coats.’’ 1 Z8 N. Main Mount Airy, N. C. 1 For Work That Will Satisfy Compliments of 1 i Phone 769 -J SCHAFER 1 BUILDING AND SUPPLY : Mount Airy, N. C. COMPANY Pine St. Mount Airy, N. C. KOZY KORNER 1 MARKET AND GROCERY 1 Compliments | of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Phone 794 -J RENFRO MILLS 1 See 114 Willow ! SNOW’S GARAGE i 1 1 For Mount Airy, N. C. | 1 Auto Repairs and Parts 1 1 Toast, N. C. § § I § j MICK OR MACK Cash Talks HALL AND MORRIS CO. Complete Self Service Food Market Wholesale Dealers “We distribute Fat Boy Note Book Paper.’’ 1 Moore Ave. Mount Airy, N, C. ) Belmon t, N. C. • WARREN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY Surry County’s Largest Candy Wholesaler G. G. Warren-Phone 1010-W. S. Bowman j 295 Willow St. .Mount Airy, N. C. FRED JARRELL’S 1 Quality Leader of the South ' i Store and Service Station i ( ; COBLE DAIRY PRODUCTS, INC. 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