Franklin County Middle School - Bulldog Yearbook (Meadville, MS)

 - Class of 1972

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':. if 'E '..'q'ig,.a'.-2-Rai' A '. ca' V - 4 1 '-1 -:'1g4.-: QQ? 11.9.3 A. , , V , .. 2 K - de K-Yhi5"':Qf5fl'L'i:f ' -- f, -f,.u- , A good lunch, conversation with friends, and a break from class routine, are just a few of the pleasures of the F.C.J.H.S. lunch period. Y- -"'f 'Y' 77" '-'Ha 'w u g i fi ww - w H - H K :5 L s ', 5 L AH b 5 , in X Reflections of Student Life . Academics Activities Sports . Classes Doesn't this coffee cake from Mrs. Ang1e's fourth period class make you hungry? - .JW 4 in---new STUDENTS PAUSE, SEE REFLECTIONS OF 1971 Gazing into the looking glass of school life, students saw reflections of the year 1971. The year was fleeting, the students busy. Having no time during the year to see clearly, students saw distorted images of people, places and things. Students were hurrying to class, rushing to a ball game or cramming for a test. Going, doing, plan- ning, students were caught in a hustle bustle of activitiy. Such images were temporary and fleetingg they could only be remembered. . The year passed. Then there was time, time to think, to remember. Vision cleared, images became vivid. Students realized the importance of the smiling face, that unknown name. From puzzling images came clear re- flections, reflections of people and action. fg Physical science is B W A Ny 5' E a challenging and inter- iiti i' ?' " N ww' estin subject for stu- , . , ' . ,w :Q H in 2' ui. wr: Wu," my dents in the ninthgrade. ' ' 7 f " "' 2' Mr. Hunt's science I it 00410 ation of the make-up .tg t.lq 1 To S AY 'Seo t4 class seems very in- terested in his explan- of atoms. , ,K X T: .U N3 H w 'w H www Nu m A-. :ggi 5 is M MPN W as , . . Providing much encouragement for our foot- ball teams, the ninth grade band made every football game an exciting one. , ,f,'T:'. -yi.-if I kj! 'e Q 5-.-.ful salem aw I M rw'-. ' it fglfv no 'Liv' "' . In Qigg! 3.-ig. 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Loyal students attended football and basketball games to cheer the team on to victory. Students were active, busy. Then stopping and looking back, students relived each moment as those moments became memories. On a particular day at Franklin County Junior High School, you may meet anyone or should we say anything! :le f 95 -we --ee: ne ,e W . .. Q W ,, M rs, I? Um m m z LLW,, ? ,ir en , E C .1 1 1 " , BSS, 'N 5. , X ... XE? ,Mx J.. F.C.J.H.S. students really enjoy outdoor assem blies- -especially when they get out of class. 8 '17 'H .l ' '- P. ""' e- 0 E X fm.. .ew W A 1 A .--iii ,hu-f Q 'mil ru: A " -"4 ', , A uh'-un H w V U w Oh, how I would like one of those book covers. It's pickin' and grinnin' time! LA., ..,,.--1 . .Avena-um! g r STUDE T LIFE Pausing in the busy world around them, Franklin County Junior High School students caught sight of reflections of. . .the opening days of school. . .football games. . .friends. . .crowded gyms at basketball games. . .our teachers. All events combined to make an exciting year, full of memories and surprises. 2 'ff Li us M , "Oh my aching neck!" was the cry of many football players in the early practice days. 9 af' - " i- 4 The open doors of F.C.J.H.S. seem to invite all who pass by to enter and experience the world of the students and faculty at our Junior high school. STUDE TS PAUS AND RECALL IM GES OF F.C.J.H.S. Now that a year at Franklin County Junior High School draws to a close, we stop and recall the events, people, and relationships that made our school year at F.C.J.H.S. a memorable one. Now, in reflecting back on the school year, all these images combine to make a clear and sharp por- trait of our jtmior high school. A student's mind may reflect upon things other than textbooks as she walks outside of the building during class changes. 10 -' 551. .- QQ The events of the school day disappear with the ringing of the last bell at the end of the sixth period class. SPIRIT! Cheerleaders gave the student body and our school teams a strong boost in many athletic contests. In addition to the job of teaching, many of our faculty members were involved in other activities. In this photograph, Mr. Flora tells members of the Photography Club the correct procedure for developing film. 1 I 1' I 1 L ,is- Y W :L f' . ,,, N. W. HN. w .lg v H 1 T l a 1 , K . ,-ff fill xii l '55 ' f 1 'H fb, Le Q -4 . me its . w 7 , . Lg 5, K -5' g:...s,,s,..Ql,ic,-.,..' M., ,f 1. A quiet lunch in the school cafeteria enables students to discuss the events and happenings of the school day. DAY AT F.C.J.H.S. IS TRULY F LL OF MANY ACTI ITIES. A crowded locker in a crowded hall, a tardy bell ringing insistently, the hurried rush to lunch, and the rapid exit from the school building at the end of the school day were just a few of the ac- tivities that make up the school day at Franklin County Junior High School. 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This statement sums up the feelings of Franklin County Junior High students. A clean, neat building would be impossible without stu- dent aid and assistance. Many students volunteer for tasks that help to keep our school in the cleanest and neatest condition possible. Not only do our students respect the school build- ing, but they also represent our school well in athletic contests and on school trips. Yes, we're proud to be students at F.C.J.H.S, Ken Houston quickly follows the movement of the ball in the eighth grade c ont e st with Botetourt Intermediate. l6 . E 'Q . . -f-,:.4,. Jw V xii .Ui W, i . , f.E,'.A Age, Rbh ,YL . V T V X, .i ., 4- 'nf i, -Hr '2I.l,1.. 5 V"-.'--r,.frii'v? 3SL..,,,--,vi ,e,.,..,,,, ,i.l.,.,Y. ' u' . In 1 - .- J J----,W ' -,a,.,.'i.1'. 'itd',gxj,-E,-1 my :qi rffjxgg, 3n.nyi.' ,V -gy S355 51 iw :fu up . is V flags Plgfiiiigi mf? S , E E im, , 'gl Y qt A-1-V 5Hm isa gg -151, AL.: K :1f,f:: 5 mA..2,,, 2 9'-E ri ffsss u isszzsf H 2,5255 , H YQ,- ,L ,AE 4 qw., :SQ . ' 33? gf H. E4 uw "Q A-. Mr. Dillon finds something inter- esting in his letter. P.E. classes are hard work and a lot of fun. ACADE IC Reflections of the classroom scene brought to mind. . .science tests. . .David Copperfield. . . art projects. . .cookies from home ec. classes. . . visits to the guidance office. . .a gun rack made in shop. Each activity was a part in the valuable learning experience of Franklin County Junior High students. www " N 'WW , . .assess--I r - M.. M Y f EY: . w This football player takes "time out" for a yawn in math class. COUNSELORS EVALUATE STUDENT Mr. Kermit Flora discusses a student's test scores with a stu- dent. 20 PROGRESS Two dedicated counselors made up the guidance department at FCJHS this year. This department provided a place where students could turn for advice and reassurance. Our counselors encouraged our students to set their goals high and to attain' them. Mr. Kermit Flora, our guidance director, helped many students to chose courses and to plan careers in which their full potential would be developed. Mrs. Marjorie Jones helped many confused and bewildered students who were entering FCJHS for the first time to adjust to a new and strange envi- ronment. Easily handling and problem that came up, the guidance department as a unit, helping students to help themselves. "Thy . QR! 4 I v K V RF ' 1 W . Mrs. Marjorie Jones Emilia ! :ff 112- . ,,--r .:. .:. N5 WF .ini Because of bad weather Mr Dillon was forced to spend many hours on the phone rescheduling several athletic contests ACTI ITIE DIRECTOR HELP SCHOOL EVENTS TO RUN SMOOTHLY Planning a school's entire activities program can certainly be a job, especially when this planning involves coordinating all the schools social and sports activities. This planning was the difficult job of Mr. Jerry Dillon, the Activities and Athletic Director of Franklin County Junior High School. Because of Mr. Dillon's planning all the events at F.C.J.H.S. ran very smoothly. In spite of the fact that Mr. Dillon is a good organizer, he finds himself caught by surprise by this package and its contents. A A Mr. Bobby D. Hodges Assistant Principal Mr. Kermit Flora Guidance Director MR. HGDGES AND MR. FLGRA AID FACULTY AND STUDENTS Assistant principal Bobby D. Hodges and Guid- ance director Kermit Flora strived to promote a sense of unity and purpose within the school. Although their obligations often seemed numerous and burden- some, they fulfilled each one with the accuracy that was characteristic of the entire administration. Mr. Hodges, earned a B.S. degree from Lynch- burg College. As he pursued his educational prepa- rations further, he received a M.Ed. degree from the University of Virginia. In all areas of Mr. Hodges duties, he- exhibited traits of sincerity and fairmindedness. Mr. Flora, our guidance director, earned a B.A. Degree from Bridgewater College. Mr. Flora also did additional graduate work and obtained a B.D. from Bethany Theological Seminary. Mr. Smith could always be counted on to express meaningful advice to a student or faculty member facing a difficult problem. PRINCIPAL STRESSES COOPERATION AND UNDERSTANDING ATi F.O.J.H.S. Mr. Law, as principal of F.C.Jt.H.S. strived to keep the instructional program up-to-date in order to meet the increasing needs of the students. Establishing friendly relationships between stu- dents and faculty, providing and maintaining high standards throughout the school were major con- cerns of our principal's life. Mr. Law received his B.F.A. degree from Rich- mond Professional Institute Wirginia Commonwealth University! and his M.Ed. from the College of Wil- liam and Mary. Mr. R. Morris Law Mr. Law and Mr. Hodges appear to be discussing a mat- s ter of great importance that N has arisen during the school day. QE . fs., X yay ' 23 FRANKLIN COUNTY JUNIOR HIGH FACULTY Mrs. Sandra J. Altice Mr. Curtis Anderson Science, Social Studies Vocational Agriculture B.S., Radford College B.S., Virginia State Mrs. D0t C. Angle Mrs. Margaret H. Angle Chairman, Home Economics Librarian Department M.S., Radford College B.S. , Longwood College Mrs. Mary B. Arrington B.S., Longwood College Mr. Samuel Boggs Mathematics A.B., Berea College V Chairman, English Department 1 Mr. William H. Brammer English B.A., University of Richmond Mr. James Broce M.Ed., University of Virginia it Mrs. Jane B. Burrus Mr. Wilbur Clayton Mr. John R. Cooper Mrs. Lynn S. Cooper Science Social Studies English Business Education B.S., Flora-MacDonald College B.S., Eastern Montana College B.A., University of Virginia B.S., Radford College i . Mrs. Elizabeth G. Craddock , English . V M.S., University of Virginia Mrs. Lois H. English Science B.S., Radford College Mr. Jerry W. Dillon , Director of Athletics and Activities B.S., Lynchburg College Mrs. Audrey H. Fisher- Mathematics M.Ed., University of Virginia Mrs. Loleine B. Fisher Mr. Kermit P. Flora Mrs. Pauline M. Flora Miss Helen Foley English Guidance Director Chairman, Mathematics Business Education B.A., Bridgewater College B.D., Bethany Theological Department B.S., Radford College Seminary B.S., Bridgewater College Mr. Henry Foster Chairman, Vocational Agriculture Dept. B.S., Virginia State College Mrs. Carole M. Harris Home Economics B.S., Virginia State College Mrs. Bertha Gruver Home Economics, Science B.S., Radford College Mrs. Nadine Y. Hawkins Science M.S., Virginia State College Mr. Sammuel M. Hawkins Mrs. Dana P. Hayes Miss Teresa Herring Mrs, Willie J, Hicks Health and Physical Education Social Studies English English B.S., Livingston College B.A., Lynchburg College B.A., North Carolina State M.S., North Carolina A. Sz T University Mr. Bobby D. Hodges Assistant Principal M.Ed., University of Virginia Mr. Ted Hunt Mathematics, Science B.S., East Tennessee State University Mrs. Ann R. Hunt Health and Physical Education B.S., Radford College Mr. Barry J. Jefferson Science B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University MPS- Marjorie W. Jones Mr. Stafford O. Jones Miss Yvonne Lester Mrs Sherry T Lynch Gl1idal'lCQ Chairman, Boy's Health and Mathematics Mathematlcs B-S-, Bfldgewater College Physical Education Department B.S., Radford College B S Radford College 1-fi .al lb B.A., Lynchburg College Mrs Reba McBride English B.S., Bridgewater College Mr. Robert McGrew Science B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Mrs. Susanne P. McCarthy Health and Physical Education M.S., Ed. Elmira College Mr. James Ernest McKay Health and Physical Education B.D., Southeastern Theological Seminary Mr, A, J, Montggmery Mrs, Drusilla L, Pasley Mrs. Nina F. Payne Mrs. Edith S. Pleasants Mathematics English Chairman, Health and Physical English B,A,, Roanoke Cgllege B.S., Radford College Education Department CGir1sJ B.S., Bluefield State College B.S., Radford College Miss Delores Polk Business Education B.S., Hampton Institute Mrs. Ruth Scherer Spanish B.S., Bob Jones University Mr. Nelson Prillaman Science M.Ed., Virginia Polytechnic Institute Mrs. Jo B. Shively Social Studies B.A., Mary Washington College MPS- Betty Simmons Mr, Joe F. Stie Mrs. Ann H. Thurman Mrs. Connie S. Treadway SPe0iH1 Education Chairman, Science Department Latin Chairman, Art Dept. B.S', MHCHSOH College B.S., East Central State College B.A., Lynchburg College B-A-, RBdf0I'd C0119g9 of Oklahoma Miss Elsie Turner Chairman, Social Studies Dept. B.S., Longwood College Mr. Elizabeth C. Wiseman Social Studies B.S., Radford College Mrs. Lois L. Walker Mathematics B.S., Radford College Mr. John G. 'Watson Vocational Agriculture B.S., V i r gi ni a Polytechnic Institute and State University Mrs Nancy G Wiseman Mr. Curtis Woods Mathematlcs Mathematics B A Lynchburg College B.S., Howard University The Following t e a c h e r s of Franklin County Junior High Students were not pictured due to the lack of a photograph: Mrs. Frances L. Keen Mr. E. T. Nix Miss Mary Perkins Mrs. Juliette Rucker Mr. M. A. Williams as W H 'v:"'eiee 1 ww K, Wx X. tw Mr. James Bateman ,,,.....,,., im w A ' as HJ m . in Chairman, Music Department B.S., East Carolina College Art, for many jun- ior high students is a truly enjoyable sub- ject. Mrs. Treadway's art classes made many interesting things during the school year. 31 WE RECALL -wits" xx ' ' ,- -If a -755 ,fi LL. Z.: H --X - -:H X ML -- Q 1 ,- Iwi . ,I HU? 6, - fil 114 -22 . 1 'l ' ' Y ' 'ri 4 5 - , 372 , v -L., " ifil um r 1 ,X ggi H -- J 'I . H 1 -, my - ,. 1 . -K j, YN xv Vp. R 'I w, - H .s ' 1 'Hx 'VV' R we 5 E: if ,N Lg.-hrs .,...- my Q7 ' fain- 'Wd A 'ei ' ' uw . OUR LOCKERS . . . OUR PARTIES 4 ig 4 n . ,,,... " 4 , . ' , """' -v Y If ,. w, - I V. "--,www I un -- 1'Q,-Qi, if .sei - 3 , 1 .. -5 - ,, , . W . -, - ' 5 ,, ,W iz , .,,-fri 1' ' V ,, --.V , E 27: 9 gi.-: If ' fs x 1- L 2 .,.. ? ia--A R 'E ll a 1 is 3 is V -, Zig., R ly ,f 4535,- - ,Q ,--,, - HHH! H may 537' mt! H H N MN AND OUR CLUBS fi-. B in 2 n ' ,fix 1 if -.1 V -,-.-. m,.,,. p 1Q1't,.W Mr. Curtis Clayborne Custodian ,:,.-"qw: if ,uf 1' - - ' , 514 -jf-.1 - fe . 'A .ills .Ei 5 ILDING STAFF Mr. Horace Hicks Mrs. Ruby NewBi11 Assistant Custodian H0l1Sekeeper NIGHT MAINTENANCE STAFF: John Edwards, Belvie Lane, Curtis C1ayborne,'Rando1ph Preston ug,- r' I . .. . . . T, , fa-it! fm I5-15 2' U, ,J'?Q'Ni1 S 4.,-:tml X .T-: Q . i' 3' U. l i .. Mrs. Housman ....e,,. .. F.. .A .1 2-11-'rea-saggy-wks-di 'A if 21' f-v4WI.2iLQn'l . ...vLgQ.4'-gimdd-Q - - ,iw A ..l.?gif:.5..:-.Q fl gr g-'lib-Af,-flu.-W 1,-",e1:3i. .vggggl T I 1 Q: km: Z In MN.1lWf?X., X ...Ega- Z Y , 1' , ji. g - . A gg' "wx uv - . eg . ly. ' 12. . 1 Jil . ur . 14 :ef -:5 :wg . L , H , K 5. Y .. ' ' . v ' N ,X 4 .nun SECTRETARIES AID FACULTY AN A STUDENTS The secretaries, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Housman, and Mrs. Montgomery, proved to be essential parts of the administrative office. Numerous duties that consisted of keeping up-to-date files and answering a constantly ringing telephone were just a few of the challenges they tackled each day. In addition to their secretarial duties Mrs. Montgomery and Mrs. Hous- man had additional duties to perform. Mrs. Montgom- ery proved her efficiency as she handled all school finances accurately. Mrs. Housman also did a very efficient job in the keeping of the teachers' registers. Mrs. Adams Mrs. Montgomery 1 I 1 " ' I .. If ' slr J x ,N N-1 f . fs" - , P '- -" tQ'L?,f . Y . , -:.:: , ,, .5 ,, - . --,:,,,, I S r X .. .....- is-'1 .. r fl ., M " ' ...... - 'K-!".'5l " is fu. - ., .- X war? --' .iq-5.151-ff-at -- -g V A ' Q. A . is CAFETERIA STAFF CAFETERIA STAFF: Mrs. Gladys Anderson 1ManagerJ, Sylvia Holland, Mr. Curtis Clayborne, Mrs. Evelyn Arring Mrs. Ruth Ellis, Mrs. Evelyn Thurman, Mrs. Julia Wray, ton, Mr. James Feuquay fAssistant Managery Mrs. Ruth Pugh, Mr. Bennett, Mrs. Nell Robertson, Mrs. , ,ul u wi Sgiggigviutlvwww, W lfrgifw mum! 1-Y U STUDENT CAFETERIA WORKERS: Michael Webb, James Hartman, Dennis Maddy, Second Row: Andrew Simmons, Dale Cooper, Dale Simmons, Johnny Proctor. ,, ff :ix 435 sis m R, 'sig ws . xx 1-ii? ,444 b s i, 1 iii! LMA mas , nwgj -x -:sw igz, in 227 :wr .w H., ,,-Q "W sb ,H N N mf mga. 'K-3? Mx ww ,g, Q ma 4' 9 WM sms 3' 'E E.. K, , . .,. ,Sign L Mfg'-:fm1."Ef KW vm " A :Iv '?'1 in . I 2 -,B - My M, 'Fw ss Hu. m M 'Y 5 'N fu" E51 Y "" N " ,pf wx , fm ass 2-is 4,-,Z mi ,li w ,, 1, , 23" , fy ,, ,, .s-,, , nga H , :m ir -- .sv new H wmqyxw w 3 Ki? ,aw 1 LQ' .- we-EL ,.,: .5 2 ,Ei W gn p ox ss yi J. Q ' M' ran 55-5-JL 'sz sig, N yyyp f EWU, THX, sfwc N was m- nh 2? " "i-T53 w S.. git .E Qi. .M SW mam X "H 'yd W, ins 5 5: if yn Just one of the many clubs at F.C.J.H.S. is the photography club. In this club students learnthe basics of photography. "-N. XTX ' ' L'-ff., V qbiuw M W ,xQX l um N V, H . N Q, m53?:'TtWr-ww tri x ACTI ITIE g Endless extra-curricular activities provided recreation and leadership experience as students became involved in magazine sales. . .school chest drive. . .Tri-Hi-Y bake sales. . .annual staff meetings. . .Christmas gifts for needy fam- ilies at Christmas. Working on these various projects throughout the year, club members gained individual experience and group recognition. N fftrlg-W. Wi H it T V te if wmmsiii -w ,gg r H , , 1.2: isbn... The magazine exciting experience. ....,., .. ,, sales campaign was an These Home Ec. Students did "their own thing" to celebrate Halloween. These young ladies proudly show off their own fashions in the Home Ec. fashion show. 37 -. W L STUDE T COUNCIL , 'fe' :B - fam W f 1 3 8th GRADE REPRESENTATIVES: First Row: Susan Wampler, Cathy Eames, Annette Naff, Noel Chitwood, Richard Jenkins. Second Row: Deborah Tuurman, Jeanie Balderson, Brenda Holt, Cindy Hodges, Claire McDaniel, David Boitnott. Third Row: Lenwood Simmons, Barbara Rigney, Vicky ' Middleton, Sheila Powell, Mark Hagy, Dwaine Young. 8th GRADE ALTERNATES: First Row: Raymond Wingfield, Harry Jamison, Suzanne Matherly, Jimmy Young. Second Row: Teresa Bowles, Patricia Rigney, Donna Brown, Sarah Cundiff, Donna Allman. Third Row: Lisa Hodges, Marie Funk, Leola Lawton, Donna Hales, Diane Turner, Janet Finney. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS: QBottom to topl Clara Ann Young, Presidentg Susan Webb, Vice-President, Melanie Coffey, Secretary, Russ McDaniel, Treasurer. ASSUCIATIO NINTH GRADE REPRESENTATIVES: First Terri Laury, Perry Reece. Third Row: Elick Ad- Row: Jo Ann Cook, Tilda Hodges, Debbie Mason, kins, Roy Beheler, Mark Carter, Cindy Warren, Vickie Brubaker, Sandra Perdue. Second Row: Bea Betty English, Monica Sigmon, Sharon Jones, Jackie Naff, Stephen Young, Mandy Guilliarns, Merle Tosh, ReYIl01dS- NINTH GRADE ALTERNATES: First Row: Cathy Radford, Cheryl Taylor, Dora Jane Pagans, Debbie Southall. Second Row: Mike Bowles, AnnHudson, Danny Webb, Dennis Maddy, Mike Coffey. Third Row: Robbie Robinson, Phillip Gibbs, Barbara Bussey, Kenny Law, Mark Edens. Z i TRI 2--Y' T NINTH GRADE TRI-HI-Y MEMBERS mme i N E...,., , . i i , N '- ,r 13 E V f E 4 1 R f? I , VX' 35' 1 N s -5, K ' E, I Q N -tr 1 TRI-HI-Y OFFICERS: First Row: Vickie Brubaker QPresidentJ, Emily Prillaman 1ReporterJ, Mandy Guilliams 1Secretaryj, Sandra Perdue CT'reasurer3. Second Row: Susan Webb fChap1ainJ, Katherine Yopp Nice-Presidentj FACULTY SPONSORS: Mrs. Lois English, Mrs. Elizabeth Craddock. HI-YM ,H N ri ,N if ni mum mu Amos, Donna Kay Arrington, Deborah Ann Blankenship, Vicki Lynn Bowles, Dorothy Mae Bowling, Mitzi Darnell Brown, Betty Gaye Brown, Donna Marie Brubaker, Carole Elaine Brubaker, Vickie Lee Clingenpeel, Cynthia Jane Coffey, Melanie Denise Crook, Sandra Sue Cundiff, Sarah Darlene Davis, Pamela Sue Dinwiddie, Susan Evelyn Divers, Melissa Lynn Dudley, Phyllis Gale English, Ella Sue Fike, Gayle Marie Finney, Patsy Anne Fralin, Serena Catherine Freeman, Celeste Angela Garst, Elizabeth Tatum Goins, Darlene Lynn Griffith, Diane Lee Guilliams, Sara Amanda Hagy, Linda Joyce Hale, Ruth Diane Holland, Peggy Sue CEIGHTH GRADE TRI-HI-Y MEMBERSj TRI-l-II-Y Roster 18th and 9thJ Hudson, Anne Haley Hunt, Nancy Gail Hunt, Susan Annette Hutchinson, Rhonda Gail Ingram, Teresa June Johnson, Joy Gaye Jones, ,Kathy Sue Jones, Sharon Carter Kirk, Phyllis Ann Lamkin, Linda Faye Laury, Terri Lynn Mason, Debra Lee Mason, Jenny Marlene Mason, Kim Estelle McCall, Julia Kay Meador, Pamela Faye Meador, Phyllis Marie Mills, Alice Lynn Naff, Beatrice Ethel Neathawk, Julia Ann Nichols, Teresa Faye Pagans, Dora Jane Palmer, Earline Eunice Palmer, Susan Faye Parker, Martha Jane Perdue, Sandra Lolita Perdue, Sharon Diane Peters, Sandra Gayle Prillaman, Debbie Ann Prillaman, Emily Mae Pugh, Sheila Leigh Quinn, Gilda Maxine Ramsey, Harriet Nawasa Renick, Robin Jean Scott, Karen Lynn Shepherd, Debbie Ann Simmons, Betsy Kay Sink, Deniece Sharon Smith, Kathryn Lee Southall, Debra Gail Stone, Donna Marie Tosh, Merle Deane Truman, Lura Arm Warren, Cynthia Darlene Webb, Glenna Lee Webb, Susan Lynn Wingfield, Debbie Lynn Wingfield, Robin Gail Wood, Patricia Anita Yopp, Katherine Diane Young, Alease Anne Bowyer, Debra Sue McGhee, Regina Gail in .x, J, A X ,J sa. V "- 'Nl' ' V R' ' ,fxx lf' Y I - ass" QL , F ll Adkins, Rhonda Sue Allman, Terrie Marie Bayer, Teresa Ann Finney, Patsy Anne Flora, Frances Kay Holland, Sheryl Renee James, Joyce Bernice Law, Diana Marie McEnHimer, Sylvia Laverne 4-H EIGHTH GRADE 4-H MEMBERS HEAD HANDS CLUB ROSTER HEART HEALTH -Q Maas, Gayle Jeanne Meador, Pamela Faye Palmer, Earline Eunice Preston, Carolyn Connece Rigney, Donna Lynn Robertson, Deborah Lynn Shively, William Blaine Turman, Deborah Lynn Wray, Ricky Thomas , i l A 4 Jin, Atkins, Jerry Wilson Blankenship, Ricky Allen Brown, Linda Denise Caldwell, Dianna Lynn Carroll, Sheila Ann Dinwiddie, Susan Evelyn Fisher, Cathy Faye Foley, Michael Wayne Fralin, Patsy June Fralin, Serena Catherine Garst, Elizabeth Tatum Kirby, Linda Faye Lamkin, Linda Faye Law, Maxine Clarice HEAD HANDS NINTH GRADE 4-H CLUB ROSTER HEART HEALTH MacKenhimer, Glendora Meador, Joey Alan Menefee, Kevern Jerome Powell, Tony Lee Radford, Cathy Paulette Reynolds, Mark Samuel Shelton, Jennifer Joy Smith, Robin Annette Tyree, Rita Faye Underwood, Judy Ann Warren, Jeanette Lugenia Webb, Susan Lyrm Workman, Dixie Mae Wray, Mary Jane UNIUR HIGH NINTH GRADE CHEER SQUAD Front Row: Third Row: Bea Naif, Ella Sue English, SusanWebb, Emily Prillaman, Debra Mason. Second Row: Mary Clara Ann Young, Monica Sigmon. Jane Wray, Glendora McEnhimer, Debra Southall. in aaa ia 155 we. if ag ,ez hm if Wsfltii WF: H55 -- -W sa-f A: Q-,e:2.h-aa The ninth grade cheerleaders helped to spurr the basketball team on to a 13-0 season. CHEERLEADERS , ,595 , .. 'M-yrs-:,. Y - - ' 253V ,,.E3i-'-'-' N -' , 632 ai ' A b Mamma www! ' . 'MM m i s mm , Q35 M HH... H Ummmggg...W X X bg . - f 'gg f ' ff iilfEE is g V Sa IN EIGHTH GRADE CHEER SQUAD: First Row: Gillespie, Carol Brubaker, Melissa Divers,Traketa Joyce Nunley, Pam McLaughlin, Suzanne Matherly, Wray. Sarah Gruver. Second Row: Becky Gussler, Debbie The eighth grade cheer squad dded to the excitement at the an- ual basketball assembly. Rousing heers added to the enjoyable time ad by all the junior high students. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Bayer, Teresa Ann Bowman, Garland Otho, Jr. Coffey, Melanie Denise Coffey, Michael Conard Crook, Sandra Sue Doughton, Donna Marie Emerson, Patrick Andrew Fike, Gayle Marie Fitzgerald, Nathaniel Freeman, Angela Celeste Griffith, Diane Lee Holt, Brenda Sue McEnhimer, Sylvia Lavern Mason, Jenny Marlene Mattox, Mary Kathy Naff, Beatrice Ethel Powell, Rhonda Ann Prillaman, Emily Mae Pugh, Shelia Leigh Radford, Cathy Paulette Reece, John Perry Robertson, Elizabeth Simmons, Kathy Diane Southall, Debra Gail Wingfield, Robin Gail Wright, Maurice Elton, Jr. me , 5 4:7-A - 'V - - new in we H um ,, , , Q ,Et ...Aggie '. 5 F5 -. ffm - ' ' ' ' W ,,. P. M , ? Q be-,,,'Ej LJ: ' e i it W ,, v w 4. W -, I' is me 'fe 'ag J W 5 7. , if 'mf Q 123 gli , E .Y , H H. One of the true advantages of the Photography Club is the opportunity it gives junior high students to learn about the world of photography. Once they have learned a few basic skills, they will find themselves taking pictures such as this winter scene of Franklin County Junior High School. LIBRARY LIBRARY CLUB: Row 1: Alice Smith, Shirley Austin, Melissa Powell, Charlotte Mendenhall, Webster, Earline Palmer, Sylvia McEnl1imer, Donna Doughton, Claudia Simmons. Not Pictured: Debra Hodges. Row 2: Kathy Simmons, Jeanette Pamela Ferguson, Carolyn Shelton, SharonTay1or. Warren, Mrs. Margaret Angle QLibrarianJ, Donna These Library Club students really enjoy working in the school library. 4 N 1 4 X I I l J Miss Janice Sink, our school library Secretary spends much time in arranging materials in the teacher's refer- ence room. J NA.W, , sw K J 1 ,A.. V .kwa Y F n A.v, ,.,,-n.,4,,.--..-. - - A A W, A... -... ..., , -.. f , . W mx "QD ' '289....1 M A - X 1 I ,i A AV-.Lawn Y, 'H N - ., " : , 5? ., " F V4 M1 . ':..: Air. ' ' ""' . ' :..:5:::1E55gf x l.L-61.7 X Ag' ' , - ' ' . '-5' , -A " V f ,, 'T-9 L 'rf J' 1 K ii X LF' k u 'nuff I' izgsf A wi-7 J, 2 Wmiuufl gf'-wiafl 'Jun A17 1 f, - LE ,. 'riff' 'MJ Nz.. V. Vg , , - S we f x I i, 6 Q 4 w W 575' lk., w , 1 1: mx n 2 Mn is E S f., Av 222.5 J X 5: 1 'Ns Wk ' SQSLLELE-an-a.n' ' A ETFY W . A. Y Kgs- W-,V V J Aff. "' "1mg-'g'- K .- 'BF L3-35,5 ' 431' 4 I-'Gps' Q REFLECTIONS 1972 , wg M. W " N - xf2e.,,v',,' -af:s:+ 455' f.........mwee- 'Wg ..- A 1, M W vm, ,, - si- -..- p ,.,...r, .,,..,. . . 5' rf-. H,,,5i.-,.,- A ' 1 x V ,ew ,T- -, A ' :'! 1 7 REFLECTIONS STAFF: 1 st row: Robin McDan- iel, Vicky Brubaker, Pam McLaughlin, Betsy Kay Simmons, Debbie Southall. 2nd Row: Phyllis The staff of Reflections 1972 under the sponsorship of Mr. John Cooper completed this year's reflections with the hope that it contains the best and most memorable moments of the 1971- 72 school year. Pam McLaughlin is very hard at work on an important layout. Business managers for the 1972 Reflections were: Roy Beheler, Garland Bowman and Mlke Coffey. 'sy ex .ra - ' Meador, Roy Lee Beheler Sharon Perdue Third Row: Mike Coffey, David Plerce Garland Bowman 'mf A 4 1--v-T ,V . N 5534177 "lies We l in EIGHTH GRADE BA D J Sarah Gruver Gayle Fike Carole Brubaker Trudy Sink Susan Wampler Jay Wood Ricky Wray Brenda Holt Domxa Hale Jermifer McBride Sandra Poindexter Suzanne Matherly Terri Kirk Ann Walker Jeannie Balderson David Sword EIGHTH GRADE BAND Linda Quinn Phillip Ingram Butch Jenkins Darrell Hunley Robin Tuck Mike Amos Randall Wade Charlie Robertson Tony Parcell Steve Nichols Jean Sink James Moss Dwayne Young Mike Boyd Burrell McGhee Karen Naff QNot Picturedj NINTH GRADE B Susan Dinwiddie Betsy Kay Simmons Mark Edens Garland Bowman Melanie Coffey Steve Young Debbie Southall Mike Coffey Russ McDaniel David Pierce Marian Stone Denna Wray Mary Holley NIN TH GRADE BAND Kim Turner Pete Santrock Keith Law Tommy Meeks John Bowman Richard Abshire Nelson Prillaman Not Pictured: Lynn Mills Emily Prillaman Carol Hardy Gary Perry Reece Bea Neff Dale Amos 1 t ,.-.- -4, ,,, -f I Ui. 4--.c tg . ,..,l 4- ' A .- 1 Se -V 1 . Y - , i 1 I? gt'-H, EIGHTH GRADE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Adkins, Rhonda Sue Altice, Kathy Regina Angle, Audrey Myrtle Angle, Mary Jane Arrington, Shelia Ann Bayer, Teresa Ann Blankenship, Vicki Lyn Bower, Alice Rose Bower, Robin Kaye Boles, Teresa Lee Bowling, Mitzi Darnell Bowling, Mitzi Kay Bowman, Linda Lou Brown, Alisa Dawn Brown, Betty Gaye Brown, Linda Deinse Brubaker, Carole Elaine Campbell, Teresa Jean Carroll, Shelia Ann Clemons, Sharon Regina Conner, Caroline Sue Cooper, Katherine Bell Cooper, Shelia Dean Cundiff, Sarah Darlene David, Jean Marie Dillon, Vicki Mae Dorsett, Rebecca Ann Dunn, Ruby Gean Ferguson, Pamela Sue Finney, Janet Ida Foster, Wanda Gail CLUB ROSTER 18th and 9th gradesj France, Fay Helen Fralin, Serena Catherine Gearhart, Sandra Lee Gruver, Sarah Frances Guthrie, Judy Ann Hale, Donna Lynn Hale, Donna Ruth Harrison, Phyllis Jo Hodges, Cynthia Marie Hodges, Mona Lisa Holcomb, Robin Lynn Holland, Peggy Sue Holley, Teresa Lynn Hunt, Nancy Gail Hunt, Susan Annette Jamison, Bonnie Mae Jamison, Edna Jane Jamison, Elisa Jean Jamison, Florence Irene Jamison, Helen Rachel Jones, Linda Gaye Jones, Sharon Carter Lamkin, Linda Faye Law, Maxine Clarice McDaniel, Sarah Claire McEnhimer, Sharon Courtlyn McLaughlin, Pamela Ann Mason, Kim Estelle Massey, Victoria Lynn Mayhew, Susie Gay Miller, Susan Ruth Mitchell, Linda Faye Motley, Donna Sue Mullins, Kathy Sue Murray, Cynthia Lynn Mullins, Wanda Lynn Neathawk, Deborah Lynn Neice, Ruth Ellen Nichols, Donna Marie Owens, Rebecca Jean Palmer, Earline Parker, Martha Jane Powell, Rhonda Ann Preston, Carolyn Radford, Cathy Radford, Donna Louise Rakes, Diane Ella Ramsey, Harriet Nawasa Renick, Robin Jean Richardson, Deborah Rutrough, Christine Shively, Brenda Gaye Sigmon, Deborah Joan Sink, Jean Carol Sink, Trudy Marie Smith, Wanda Gale Stone, Donna Marie Sulton, Leslie Marie Truman, Lura Ann Turman, Deborah Lynn Turner, Dana Renee we lf NINTH GRADE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA fC1ub Roster continuedj Underwood, Judy Ann Wampler, Susan Lane Washburn, Teresa Kay Webster, Shirley Mae Whorley, Lovelene Wilson, Jeanna Louisa Wingfield, Debbie Lynn Wingfield, Robin Gail Worley, Nancy Jane Workman, Dixie Mae Yates, Brenda Kay Young, Clara Anne FHA OFFICERS: Front Row: Edna Jamison Nice-presidentj, Robin Wingfield fPar1iarnentarianJ, Betty Brown fReporterj, Debbie Wingfield QI-Iistoriany, Cathy Radford fTreasurerJ. Second Row: Serena Fralin fPresidentl, Florence Jamison fSecretaryJ. pig if w any 1' .. me :wk V '54 ST DE H . Pu." RE EMBER 9 :iff 1 The band played long and loud tunes at last years annual sock hop. KM , -J--M"!-"""""' 4 ,y 1,.4g,ef,eg' f-M4125 TM ' gil?-of One very enjoyable thing a 0 after a lot of hard dancing. b ut the SockHop is the good food. You can sure work up an appetite ASSEMBLIES, ELECTIONS,SOCK HGPS "Hey fellas! It's my ball." says Terry Young as he fights for control of the ball in the annual basketball assembly. ,., 1 S U f I PL SE 1:21 aww 1- my Ng, 1 1 ,q,11.-.-1. ' ' V " if "ffif7 , , 1 1 lf eg L- - 4, 1 3 Tfwiisrf. 1 - .naw , f 'E f 1 F5 , . af ,1 ,, fa ' .Arg if ' n ,n:-,-.-- 1 1 -' '- 4 ' . A , , H H . 1 --2 - U, , ' : . Q ,A A ft wa- - f .- , ,S S A jf' L 1 -ua fa 7 lil 1..i":, Mrs. Frances Keen often entertains the student body with selections performed by the junior high chorus. 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W .... -.- fam- 1.4 L. - N --:LWSQE fi Y i if , x, ' " ' H-2 xi - In 1, "E9L"'A J 4 is A -112' xl .JA 5?Fg353f,,E W r Halfback Dennis Maddy breaks loose on SPORT As the athletic year drew to a close. fresh were the memories of a 6-5-2 football season. . . exciting basketball games. . .thrilling track meets . . .screamingcheerleaders . .a year of experience. These and many more events made up the unique style of athletics at Franklin County Junior High School. a long run against William Byrd. Coach Foutz presents monograms to F.C.J.H.S. students who participated in Var- sity track. Nl, ,,..-v1"'T, Wig i , me gs: iz. 5f,,f.4...f, OUCH! This is just a sample of the rugged play exhibited by junior high football teams in their athletic contests this season. Teamwork sums up the type of football played and offense worked together to make tackles and by the e1ghth grade team th1s year The defense blocks on tougher and larger opponents FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN RECORD 2 COACHES Scoreboard BEDFORD ED LAUREL PARK BOTETOURT INT FIELDALE COL BEDFORD ED MARTINSVILLE Coach Joe St1e Coach John Cooper Dashlng away from the opposltlon s tacklers charges downfleld deep 1n to Bedford terrltory Gary G11more 0 .... . 16 36 .... 12 20 .... . 8 ' 0 .... . 0 FRANKLIN 6 .... MARTINSVILLE 36 8 .... . 12 6 .... 24 1 - 1 - 4 QU lik. uf First Row: Raymond Williams, Wilbur Chit- wood, Mark Shelor, Tony Sigmon, Melvin Smith, Doyle Swanson, Tom Dinwiddie, Van Flora, Marlon Hodges, Wayne Compton. Second Row: David Boit- nott, Charles Robertson, Stewart Kirk, Gary Gil- more, Wendell Love, Morris Heckman, Butch Jenkins, Roy Prillaman, Glen Hodges. Third Row: Coach Cooper, Randall Wade Qmanagerj, Don Rus- sell, Steve Nichols, Keith Robinson, Terry Young, Dwaine Young, Tony Brooks, Coach Stie. Not Pic- tured: Curtis Tolliver, Gary Kasey, Leo Jones, Randy O'Quinn, Ken Houston, Ken Brammer and Jimmy Lovell fmanagerj. EIGHTH GRADE GRIDDERS HAVE AN EXCITING YEAR Q 12' 9- . 'H 11 E 7 A 4--' .L - -fzv'..--,-- -as-V. K. , L1 ., .Q 276-2. ..4',' 3762'- - , .':.'- asf.. . R I " ,, -- - , - fa- . . f - y F , Y, .-, - ' if ,:.. ' 1 . 35- 4 !r : 'fy , -. i gt- , v, Eff- ' --' t by h.,-, ' '-2,--vQ. " ' , ,Q ,., .J-...H -,- .- --rf--4 , 'Q 19. 'V 1 --5 3. , Y"- 4 ' ,.. YF. ""14' ' ' .' 2 . :?"TJ- . A ' ' "7 ' J . . . 'A ' . ' 5 . .,,- Q .1 1 -.' ' n , .- --1: " hr' r ' Q -.A-Q "' ,Q-sa , - .. .WWI-1, 'fin-A' "' .4-. -3' ,gm .,.1..,- ' Al. , 5 ., , M" r ., .. -1 Squaring off against some of the toughest opposition that an eighth grade squad has play- ed in years, the young gridders failed to produce a winning season, but they gained the ex- perience and agility vital to in- terscholastic competition. Coach Stie and Coach Coop- er felt that the squad showed excellent sportsmanship and great enthusiasm in each of their contests. Much time was spent by the football squad in exercises to build up strength, agility, and quickness. 65 A The n1nth grade team goes over to congratulate that ended in a 0-0 tie. Both teams played excel- the W1111am Byrd team 1n a hard fought contest lent defense. FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN RECORD: 4 COACHES: Scoreboard 0 .... WILLIAM BYRD 0 6 .... ANDREW LEWIS 6 O .... CAVE SPRING 13 26 .... LIBERTY 0 28 .... HARGRAVE 0 4 .... GLENVAR 12 12 .... 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Third Row: Coach McKay, Robert Gusler, Elick Adkins, Johnny Wray, Mark Edens, Ronald Blankenship, Gilbert Tutin, Dwaine Board, Carl Preston, Phillip Solomon, Jeff McGhee, Coach McGrew. Not Pictured: Dale Matherly, SamHylton, Donnie Mattox, Barry Flora, John Goftin, Greg Agee, fmanagerl. FRESHMAN EAGLES GAIN GRID EXPERIENCE The 1971 football season held for the ninth grade team i overwhelming victories, a i heart-breaking loss, and two tough ties. Recording an over- all record of four wins, one loss, and two ties, our ninth grade team improved consist- ently as they progressed through the season. Coach Mc- Kay and Coach McGrew felt that the team exhibited hustle, de- termination, and spirit during the entire season. The speed of the ninth grade team kept this Andrew Lewis squad on the defensive all afternoon. The contest ended in a 6-6 tie. EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL Under the direction of Coach Sam Boggs, the eight grade basketball team completed a fine sea- son with a 10-3 record. The only blemishes to be found on the eighth grade record were two losses to Botetourt Intermediate and a solitary loss to Gretna Junior High School. The squads loss to Gretna was avenged a week later in the Franklin County Junior High gym by a score of 45-38. Coach Boggs said that the entire team had plenty of hustle, skill and a strong desire to win. The coach felt that all of the members of the squad gave 100'Z, effort in each of their contests. FRANKLIN CO. FRANKLIN CO. FRANKLIN CO. FRANKLIN CO. FRANKLIN CO. FRANKLIN CO FRANKLIN CO. FRANKLIN CO FRANKLIN CO. FRANKLIN CO. FRANKLIN CO. FRANKLIN CO. FRANKLIN CO. Scoreboard BEDFORD LAUREL PARK MARTINSVILLE LAUREL PARK BOTETOURT INT CHATAM MARTINSVILLE BEDFORD BOTETOURT INT CHATI-IAM GRETNA FIELDALE GRETNA I o EIGHTH GRAD SQUAD: First ROWZ Bob MHYIOX, Jeff Tuning, Gary Wade, Third Row: Carl l-Iarnbrick, Elijah MCHeimeI', Gary Gi1I1101'e, C'-1I'fiS T011iV61', Steve Nichols, Dwaine Young, Sam Brooks, Mandell 68 Marlon Hodges, Danny Thurman fmanagerj Second Dudley, Row: Coach Boggs, Keith Robertson, Terry Young, Af i .. w ff' Cf! 'K asia ,gf Q , ' x . I . iv, 3. if 'D I? l I V Q, . . T u A .Hd -WE 1, .- use 'W .A x X 1 W Ill ' -Y' .494 'W' 4 mall.-. ,ei um-5-' H, vitg: s Wu gxy, N? Wvigkfvz Su l......'-5"'f-'Si-L VVTTQ ibfigigh 'M may Y gag-B31 N1 " "' 1 M Zvi' NIN TH GRADE BASKETBALL The ninth grade basketball team at Franklin County Jtmior High School gave all of its supporters a truly exciting season. The ninth grade squads posted a very impressive record of thirteen wins and no losses. Throughout the season the team was able to defeat strong opposition in each of their contests. It was truly a team effort as all of the members of the ninth grade squad saw action in every contest. Mr. Jones said that he felt that the team exhibited good sportsmanship and hustle against all of their competition. The team truly represented Franklin County Junior High School well. Scoreboard FRANKLIN CO. LAUREL PARK FRANKLIN CO HARGRAVE FRANKLIN CO. MARTINSVILLE FRANKLIN CO LAUREL PARK FRANKLIN CO CAVE SPRING FRANKLIN CO NORTHSIDE FRANKLIN CO ANDREW LEWIS FRANKLIN CO MARTINSVILLE FRANKLIN CO CAVE SPRING FRANKLIN CO. NORTHSIDE FRANKLIN CO. FIELDALE FRANKLIN CO. ANDREW LEWIS WON 13 LOST 0 NINTH GRADE BASKETBALL: Dale Matherly, Dwaine Board, Carl Preston, Ronald Blanken- Freeman Muse, Richard Clemons, Coach Jones, ship, Filmore Muse, Joseph Witcher, Richard 7O Keith Mattox, Mike Bowles, Wayne Wright Qrnan- Cooke agerj. Second Row: Harold Cuff, Darius Salmders, w 1 Q ' v 'Q 1 I Et 1 1 , l 1 MJ y Y-,F A QL 2: Luigi T"QH Y, J if 2 L J 4 Richard Cooke and Keith Mattox watch the ball fall through the basket in an exciting contest with Andrew Lewis. Dwaine Board easily out-jumps a Fieldale player. 'R ' ' -'-4 --'v .r-,:Q3 l'V1 "C"i' . vel-7lli b.':7'- ' .,,. -X--K 1 -- " --'-'f"'L ,- .,,r , 4. -wwf--'-' """"' Q' X Q V iff. 'N' vt. , . . 1f:.:gf,5V.3i:, - V-VV I If -1 'E' ' 1 'f v ' w ' QA-. --' Y. T' f ' 'gfgjfj ' .,.-M , is , r- 1 , V ga . S43 , Af V' ,.- -Lera - 5 L3 "1 .4 -:J W ia ,. ,,,a:.,,,,,H " -H .... 9 ,...e.--4m.E ,. I is i ,Q 4 I '1 filth-- V 1 I . B f-,P 5 N- . Mah a . , 3':,.-'ztzuggv' " ..-...s.:1a'r'. , , kai- X . , Q N - 1 ,,4'Nf,4 5 ' " H :":5': ..:::..:g. 'V V251 . P ,, ,yuh A , Vg... Q 4 H- gf ffifzl .' g,',,,, , 5.1155 1 ---V, -if 'V ' gf: 5':,,' w:JiiV ' , , ' 1 gf ' - -:,gli.,Q,:t ' :' ,. aa M uw t :F 4 EL 2 V . 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Second Row: Carl Gravley, Tommy Campbell, Andy Arrington, Bob Divers, Joey Prillaman, Ricky Smith, Lowell Guilliams, Sherrard Holland, 'T' I QW vxdwia wth. - ,ig Wi Zl:5e,,.Q15ss if af Tw-N jig, 24. rl -, Wife ' ,,:l5".,. , gage: - , - .ge-he , rg ' , . ff, W. ,", - xv-,',1.,-Z Q,'Hr?" f . ,, I. at I -, . V , . M . our Ia, t nv, 'Nw ,Hx D ,J ' ' , Q, ' - . -, .4-"A, 3:1-.w. . .. , ' Lui af' rf. bf" Z ' ' if ,' '- . '- Jerry Kirk, Thomas Hill, Coach Boggs. Third Row: Coach McKay, Charles Jamison, Doug Shearer, Jerry Kasey, Don Hall, Ray Hundley, Leander Wainwright, Kenny Sawyer, Rus- sell Robertson, Coach Harman. Kenny Poindexter urges this J .V. over the crossbar in a very Scoreboard close track meet. Z ..,, ,.,. ,. L ,,,,. , FRANKLIN BEDFORD 20 M Z ,L ,F , aa,,, 'i Q Z , I FRANKLIN LIBERTY 32112 I FRANKLIN BASSETT 29 ' Z W J ' K FRANKLIN BEDFORD 12 'W FRANKLIN FIELDALE 4 FRANKLIN FIELDALE 38 FRANKLIN GRETNA 21 FRANKLIN CAVE SPRING 67 FRANKLIN MARTINSVILLE 37 RECORD: 8 - l COACHES: Coach McKay Coach Harman Coach Boggs 2 1 ' SEE.. Eighth Grade: Row One: Sarn Hylton, Keith Mattox, Donnie Mattox, Larry Quinn, Mike Sutherland, Russ McDaniel, Steve Grantham, J. W. Stanley, Joseph Edwards, Scott Williams, Ricky Wade, Rex Rigney, Mark Davis. Second Row: Mike Bowles, Mark Carter, Danny Rigney, Danny Webb, Dennis Maddy, Kenny Law, Freeman Muse, Clarence Chitwood, An- thony Holland, James Haynes, Robie Holland. Third Row: Coach McKay, Carl Preston, Dwaine Board, Ronald Blankenship, Charles Wright, Robbie Robinson, Harold Cuff, Chris Boitnott, Greg Hancock, Johnny Wray, Coach Boggs, Coach Harman. HARRIERS SHOW SPEED, PROMISE, AND ABILITY 5 .r :5-H-Aix w -:l.,- - The Franklin County Junior High track squads proved to be too much opposition for their opponents. The teams were vic- torious in a large percentage of their meets. The only loss to mar an otherwise perfect season was to strong Cave Spring. Coach McKay, Coach Har- man, and Coach Boggs were greatly pleased with the teams outstanding sportsmanship and performance. Coach Harman looks on with pleas- ure as Keith Mattox clears the High jump bar. PARTING SHOTS We recall the exciting football contests . . . the junior high students that attained honors on the high school wrestling team OF SPORTS the fine eighth grade , , , . . the fine ninth grade basketball games aia i . ' n' V i 1975 ' -i "-.5 at XWNG ,, , k , flag' HV N U wt "' - " "H ,Q tg, ..LLwg3ffQQw "m"M"'m 5 1 . . . and the awards assemblies that recognized the abilities in athletics and sportsmanship of students at Franklin County Junior High School. S m gm H iii? if New faces, new friends, and many memories greet us daily at F.C.J.H.S. 5 .ff S N- 1 a Its a long climb up the center stairwell, especially on a full stomach after a good lunch. Remember the swinging sock hop at F.C.J.H.S. last year? CLASSES Each year served as a milestone in the journey from eighth grade to graduation. On this journey students met new faces and new exper- iences such as frightened, awkward eighth graders . . .combination locks. . .tardy bells. . .freshman class officers and magazine sales. Fitting these pieces into the puzzle of school life, students created a picture, a memory of school life to ponder for years to come. t,,,m PEMOBQC CHARTSTSF me my mfs me was vlliawm was 60121222-23124525.2723129 ll! SC Tl YCYMYKFQ. C0 5.1, IU 11:42 -i3,+3f5fi5i45 iifat ,xi zf Sh M0 Tc at Rh P is CQ QQ. is , '1'?1f'?'X 7'JfE3,1s3,75T57'f-f 19 Hi T3 YN R2 Us lr lgg 92 91: nhl When we remember our school, we remem- ber our teachers. Mr. Hunt spentmany longhours trying to teach us about the world of physical science. I Carrie Marie Austin, Debra Gale Austin, Donna Sue Austin, Elizabeth Arlene Austin, Randy Lee Bailey Wanda Jean Balderson, Herman Bryan Barbour, Teresa Ann Bayer, Thomas Dewitt Beale, Virginia Lee Beckner William Anthony Beckner, Bianco Berger, William Harold Biggs, Marsha Kathy Blair, Bobby Lee Blankenship ,,..., -+- ,, . Tia.. 12. t . , n e w 1 I ' ' 65 5 t 1- , Yggggii u ly ,, 'I it .- .Ql- Mrs. Treadway's 5th period art class is verj enjoyable for many junior high students. 79 Henry Michael Brown, Jimmy Oakey Brown, Richard Divers Brown, Tommy Wayne Brown, Carol Ealine Brubaker Billy Edward Bush, Nancy Ann Bussey, Donna Rochelle Caldwell, Albert Lewis Campbell, Melvin Keith Campbell Teresa Jean Campbell, Rita Faye Carroll, Barry Wayne Carter, David Lane Carter, Debra Kaye Carter Co-captains Steve Nichols and Gary Gilmore talk with the officials before an eighth grade football game. 81 P 1 Frances Kay Flora, Van Leslie Flora, Curtis Foley, June Marie Foley, Mike Foley Arthur Hayden Forbes, Perry Lewis Forbes, Larry Wayne Fosnough, Annie Marie Foster, Peter Foster Fay Helene France, James Dennis Frith, Marie Edith Funk, Rodney Lee Furrow, Danny Lee Gantt .31 f L Ie Hn' 3 if ,1 ri , . fe L, 1 "Green Hands" undergo initiation ceremonies into the Future Farmers of America. 1 ,ji 85 Carol Ann Hall, Richard Burnice Hale, David Wayne Hall, George Daniel Hall, Joan Annette Hall Michael Dale Hall, Nancy Irene Hall, Tommy Lee Hall, Tony Cleatis Hall, Carl Lee Hambrick Timothy Lee Handy, Joe Lewis Harper, James A. Hartman, Linda Marie Hartman, Deborah Leigh Hartsel The junior high band made many eighth and ninth grade football games very exciting. 87 W Tommy Willard Hodges, Carol Lynn Hoffman, Katherine LynnHo1comb, Robin Lynne Holcomb, Janet Doreatha Holland Janet Ellen Holland, Kathy Phyllis Holland, Marvin Leon Holland, Melvin Jessie Holland, Patti Lynn Holland Peggy Sue Holland, Phillip Seymour Holland, Ruby Gail Holland, Teresa Lynn Holley, Leonard Thomas Holloway "Hold it!" Don Russell does not intend to let the Martinsville ball carrier escape his grip. 89 P i r 1,1 'V I xl , 1-11 Q- - ' +4 E51 .7 ' nf' if 1 P 1 hw 1 K 1 1 A F V .gy -A ' V 11 - 2-LQ - '11 XX , 1 . ' ' Ti 114 1 Q v' 1,,, ? '11 1' E 'Qx ' 11, ' fa-:w'q3'.,S'P, .-,1 lilkgff -.ge H' 1 1.1 gf: a 1 " Q ' ff' ' '85 12? 1. 1 A fl ,gi 'WWC he ' .: VE' 5311. K Z1 ' ' 'f Qi '. 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'I an 'fi H 'z - 255 . ff' ,-jg' new . , ' 1 ...- ... f.f,' iF In spite of the busy activities of the day, students still manage to talk with their friends. 95 V V w a 5 i Randy Eugene O'Quinn, Dean Ronald Pagans, Gene Stewart Pagans, Jimmy Taylor Pagans, Joyce Ann Pagans Wanda Faye Pagans, Earline Eunice Palmer, Anthony Lewis Parcell, Martha Jane Parker, Ocie Judith Pate g Melvin Lee Patterson, Nina Verna Patterson, Robert Early Patterson, Timmy Ray Patterson, David Cable Pendleton E1 -V sq-f Stewart Kirk and Gary Gilmore move in to give Wayne Compton some much needed assistance. 97 ' 316, 6' H .. , W' .11 J I 5 r!'gQ91K , . . .xg -sq 1 m -.1 A, 5 X, - 4.19 pf L, f.Wff?:5Af Q'- Bffi ' zig- Q Q , :Egg-gf n- ,, QALE- . NA' o nm. view? gm: 3 x if X, Ji. aww 4, 2. .fn , ,im ,. ,K , Rgfw - s Af , liiiifbii ww ,EN ,, s QQ' 'W' ,. 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The Franklin County Junior High Eighth grade cheer squad inspired this year's basketball teaml The team had an outstanding season and basketball fans saw many exciting games. 107 John Robert Blankenship Ricky Allen Blankenship Michael Wayne Boyd Ricky Lee Dalton Robert Price Davis Myra Gail Dillon William Vernard Dillon Bruce Larry Dudley Deborah Lee Garman Buddy Harden Gibson Donnie Wayne Hodges Jackie Dayton Hodges George Thomas Holley Jimmy Marion Holley George Lee Johnson Robert Michael Jordan Walter Lee Logan Elton Law Jimmy Lee McCoy EIGHTH GRADE STUDENTS NOT PICTURED Eddie Dean Meeks Dennis Wayne Nichols Michael Joseph Nichols Nancy Karen Patterson Rachel Patterson Edward Joseph Sauer Gary Leon Shively James Winfred Simpson Thomas George Smith Curtis Andrew Spencer Reginald Sylvester Swanson Georgianna Taylor Joseph Daniel Thurman Junior Allen Townes Kathy Jean Wade Eric Lorenza Wainwright Lonnie Clifton Rigney Gene Russell Harrison DWAINE YOUNG GOES HIGH I THE AIR TO BLOCK A SHOT l 110 F.C.J.H.S. STUDE HELP ORGANIZE SCHOOL ACTI ITIES 'Uzr r-' .J MAGAZINE SALES COMMITTEE: Russ McDaniel, Kathy Smith, 2nd row: Debbie Southall, Susan Webb, Susan Wampler SCHOOL CHEST DRIVE COMMITTEE: First Row: Tilda Hodges, Perry Reece Second Row: Claire McDaniel, Suzanne Matherly, Roy Beheler S FOR REFLECTION 1 W 1 Fw E' H l L " 7' ' ' Deborah Ann Arrington, Gwendolyn Renee Arrington, Sandra Lynn Ashworth, William Raymond Atkins, Audrey Jeanne Austin Charles Nelson Austin, Margie Dianne Austin, Patricia Ann Austin, Linda Sue Ayers, Darlene Frances Basham Kenneth Lee Beckner, Roy Lee Beheler, Ronald Michael Belcher, June Marie Blankenship, Ronald Winford Blankenship Ninth grade students, like these trackmen, cleared the hurdles of the eighth grade year and moved with great speed toward the completion of their junior high career. 113 Shirley Evonne Bridges, Keith Gilbert Brooks, Betty Gaye Brown, Connie Mae Brown, Linda Denise Brown Steven Harold Brown, Monty Dale Brown, Rex Lane Brown, Lucille Pearl Brubaker, Michael David Brubaker Vickie Lee Brubaker, Barbara Kay Bussey, Dianna Lynn Caldwell, Wanda Gail Caldwell, Jerry Wayne Call -. . - Qi. 4, H , A. ,,.-1 f Q ,I v .:,Zn ' ' if N A. Q A -v-f 4, ,uri ,,,.," W, .- 9 '5 Y 'xi 4 - 1 '..,-- -1 M-""" ' ' ' " new - ,.,..fie--'Swag' . --1-...L . - . ,, - Y wa, - , ,sa-er' A ' 1 5,-r . it .- 1 ,,,,.,- ,se 71 V , ga 1 1:, vu V-- The ninth grade year was a year of spirit, sports and fun. The 1971-72 school year saw many exciting sports events at F.C.J.H.S. , ,ijt-QW -A i M ii,,f ' 115 ,,,.,.f""gM" Jo Ann Cook, Dale Perry Cooper, Edwin McKinley Craighead, Sandra Sue Crook, Harold Anthony Cuff David Robert Cundiff, Michael Wayne Cundiff, Sherry Frances Cundiff, Jeannie Marie David, John Mark Davis Ronald Lee Davis, Rocky Samuel Dent, Teresa Emmerjane Dillon - Y LY Y Ninth grade students watched with great ex- citement as the sign for F.C.J.H.S. was com- pleted. It was started in their eighth grade year and completed in the fall of 1971. 117 P Serena Catherine Fralin, Angela Celeste Freeman, Alan Scott Fulcher, Clinton Roy Gantt, Elizabeth Tatum Garst Margaret Maria Gaubatz, Harold Ray Gearhart, Phillip Andrew Gibbs, John Neal Gibson, Darlene Lynn Goins Mary Kathleen Goodpasture, Steven Lynn Grantham, Mike Donald Grantham, Zane Gardner Gray, Diane Lee Griffith What powerful explosive element lies con- cealed in this huge box? This box was intended as a real surprise for Mr. Dillon. Y 119 f , i i us 'Elia . ,L M.. -554 1. QRS! , , .Q Y 3, 'fi n -X if ' f gim J N 553 ik'-2 -I , , , M W ' M? X . , 1 -Q H ', ,. x M, MY A ll k r w A 1 B SQL , i ': llibikiif Q? TJ 'fi if X K ', aww w- .-w. . fr. I ,.. - iff w 'G NV' X H 5353231 E ,,-rv , ,QA 'Q -:LQ MJ fp Ji -'P mi .fy 5-wr F mm - K 1 :hzffm uf vkmffff- 75.3- 55 J X 3, 5 1 ' 5542? x AD .4 1 vT,4,,,f,,, H , Wg, , ,Q I 1 E1 Q ff.: .- . 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Donna Louise Radford, Thomas Chester Rakes, Danny Ray Ramsey, James Andrew Ramsey, John Perry Reece Jackie Lynn Reynolds, Mark Samuel Reynolds, Norma Jean Reynolds, Joseph Logan Richardson, Danny William Rigney W VY, Y AY, , W W, Vg? 4, V ,i W. ,, f .ir., wa L i fi, ll 1 " ' 75' 'V .g. 1 vc- im 3 31 H. fa -2, 1 .:!:I:L"":'-552-ii. rl lu , It's really nice in the middle of winter to reflect and remember the warm days of the fall. 129 I William Elijah Smith, Clift Ray Roberts, Carol Jean Robertson, Gabriel Henry Robertson, James Lee Robertson Nannie Beatrice Robertson, Robert Howard Robinson, Christine Marie Rutrough, Brantley Carter Santrock, Ruth Ella Saul Darius Lynelle Saunders, Gary Lee Scott, Patty Marlene Scott, Teresa Lee Scott, Bobby Lee Seay fiat-w??5.'," ' .un t,,IF.,5'f:,V'?Vfg Girls in the Home Economics department look forward to their annual Christmas tea when they get to show their parents the many projects they have completed during the school year. 131 Q, ,Q , eg 1 , , Q 9 . 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'Z V , , L V .I A , . . y1,.x.,,Lg,.n I. iffy,-'..' - uf J ' ' H ' K J .aww ,----ng J "f . ,il 2 .gxwewsxwve xnxx, 136 Dewey Randolph Young, Glenda Leronda Young Lois Marie Young Stephen Belcher Young, Steven Allen Young THE FOLLOWING NINTH GRADE STUDENTS ARE NOT PICTURED Paul William Aker Earl Michael Austin Monica Lynn Austin Jo Ann Barnes Sylvia Linnea Beckner Dorothy Mae Bowles Dannie Lee Brown Ricky Don Brown Robert Lee Coleman Garnetta Cooke Richard Wayne Cook Thomas Gene Cooper Regenna Louise Cundiff Ronald Cary Davis Richard Andrew Dillon Catherine Ann Dillon Carol Faye Dolye Ray Matthew Gardner Betty Louise Harrison Mary Elaine Hodges Jane Russell Holland Tommy Lee Holland Johnnie David Holley Brenda Bernice Jones Mary Elizabeth Law Marshall Matherly Michael Andrew Mattox John Wayne Moore Giles Junior Perdue Terry Lee Preston Joseph Edward Prillaman Alan Shadrick Richards Deborah Lynn Scott Brenda Gaye Shively Alice Laverne Smith Charlie Floyd Spangler James Michael Testerman Dale Wilson Thompson Lewis Randolph Tolliver Kenneth Lane Worley k fl E t ,. 7' ' IL : silly-L 4 '. "' ' DO YOU REMEMBER '7 4 4ii....,"P "un ,- I ' swfgffwu L :X ' -T-sn., - few-ag 3, 'E' ' L1 In I, is E 1 ,LLL ' W- L 'HLL 'LLLVWLLIN A' " ' ' ' as ' - gg-1:1 ' JL, .EK , Vzigsgy ,g'ja,V.,, 5 v Y Y! L . .the big snow that came on Thanksgiving Eve? ENR- vi Q . :1,,,','1 V ',, Lie.. , f suis, .124 .4:i1lLf'fL' was 'FT mm -We P P 1. k ' M. HF. 2- s .the exciting soccer games in physical education class? 137 "l?TF7 '??uF'T" TWY7 T: mu 14 ' m " Y' t an the crowded hall lockers? sg aces? "TE k 5 Q31 .W nmomct cum or 7 J me sum IIlBIK'l1X'lH'HH1ita W '0 01122123 '24'25-2G.27:iB:29 ,'6,Ef'f5 39.54Q.5'u in Q9 Qu 145 1v:AQg'5? .X ZrNbMoTtRuRhP wgCdlnS wa w- viii' dw ww ::.:' .1-'K . ,f"'+ ' 73574e7s1a11f.7 19'w:51.S Ta W Re Os UID! YF' L91 392 93 F' iii Pa, .U . . .our classroom teachers? . . .the Franklin County Christmas parade? ii :gl 1-n:4:mna5Kff T "'i' I Y ., J 4 ,1 . .THE Christmas tea? , . .the football f-'V' 'Nj A-ff---zexysaggf Y practices? - t mf"t-, V .1 ' I Y 1 x LM Z if "Q I :V as is . Y Z wg 'Ianni 1. - .U . as .wt 1' i. if S - 11-hiya it -:af '-" .+- H' rf N ' ' " z. M. Hi I .tk ' ,sag ' N' r.- gf' -1 , Q "1 ' ' is - 5-1 K -,' 'Y 1 ' ,, - 53" J W, K i ,. L h , Je a -12.1 ff ' 1. ,. ' r 1 ., 1 A l . -- . A , Q ' . mf HY . ' 'i . "nf 1 2' N 3 3 .,,q:,' QIH5.-. mar' 5, ' L : . . . X. ., I ..-. -. , , .'- -'1':,f-.,1, ,A .- :. -as L4 4.4 sf , ' - '4,.. 1 . ,'1-Rift! 'fI'9"'L" -, .,g1f"' 7734 z,-141.-,x.g5ss5:'g.g,g,:.ie gwgfsgiili? 1. . ' 57:1 ,,,,4, Ig il 155-f V' Z' ' . 1. ' , XETTQ- 1 A' 1. 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'f 1r:- 1' -tr '-":- fav-Q, , k,R5Py-- .-lin 1 qs Mum ,.f f --W u, lf-ug,xQ?Ma,,i i:. su- . T., wrvf,-5 : 1-5fx.,i!,-x ,J-L, QA. :ts g - .. Q X'QT15f"" ' fx "'?Y1Pff?Ei '-"Tx, W ffshk- "?'1-2':i91G2i g.i?P ' ' "Ft ' ti iw it-I -- a Mft V"'1'1f ewes'-yi ra E - " 1 uv- 'L i, 1833173514 ' 'T 'T te'-1-' ' ff":i1Q'fb,,:, ' :Z gm....-.a,-,., 1. .... 5 'arm .L -m:s1'z..,:f13ZTwS!4i5M..z:..7:i . . .the Christmas tree? .the exciting basketball games? 140 OUR SPONSORS AND PATRONS The staff of Reflections 1972 would like to thank all those people, business firms and organizations who helped to make this year's book possible. Our special thanks go out to the people who sponsored full pages, half pages, quarter pages, full blocks, half blocks and our patrons. PETDAIRY INCORPORATED VIRGINIA OFFICE SUPPLY RIVERSIDE DAIRY BANKERS TRUSTCOMPANY THE LANE COMPANY PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK N. B. HUTCHERSON, JR. W. C. BROWN AND SON FRANKLIN GROCERY AND GRAIN LEGGETTDEPARTMENTSTORE W. N. 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