Edgewater High School - Odasagiah Yearbook (Orlando, FL)

 - Class of 1953

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X 2 , . f'1" .f-5, Q, ff, 355 K 151 . - , 4 1 t ,, R 1 . 1' v-,v I' ! iff, ig:-334 Krlwafswii Pi' '3-..g,,p' V141- w W Q I'-QP 1 ij' .Af fi -KU' ' I 1 e 'imc Q., J Q 45 J, ar- 4' -1 ,K 15-4 ul Xf l -bf Vit N t if 1 v Ib.: A .f"'?TN xn ' I .ts After selection in primary poll, candidates for Student Council discuss Edge- water's future plans. Bill Whitfield, Alice Ravndal, Walt Pyne, Frances Denson, James Bruner "2 'Z 'Q The First class presidents of Edgewater High Junior Class-Bill Blyler, SophornoreClass-Suzanne Bailey, SeniorClass-Pete Hurt 9 -. Q m .Q?1,,,:uw 3,-anti' ilu' 7 , wil' .- U I vu..-WA, , 5 li A f 1'k,4,.a 5' -,-ss ff 3' . M , X 95' fi 'K- ' N as " I ' 4 4 tx at A xyyi- IX Our porents ond o group of F. F. A. boys plont shrubs orouncl the school Seven ottroctive E. H. S. students oct os hostesses for visitors to Edgewoter's first open house. 15A N ge K' Y -Q-..,,Nq,,, Right: J.M. Brumbaugh, our assistant prin- cipal, always shows great interest in the activities and welfare of the students. This first edition of the Odasagiah is an excel lent medium to perpetuate our hopes and desires. Ours prayers and best wishes go with this Senior Class, the first to graduate from Edgewater High School. The faculty and administration herewith pledge continued encouragement in the de- velopment of thinking, courtesy, good sports- manship, and the fine spirit of co-operation so admirably exhibited by our students. In the spirit of good guidance, we faithfully resolve to help "Johnny" see through himself so that "Johnny" may see himself through. John Martin Brumbaugh, Assistant Principal O OW' .SJCAOOX caved Edgewater 's new buildings are grand to behold. They are ruqged, but beautiful. They are an index of the strength of char- acter and magnificent spiritof the students and staff of our school . We are honored to have had a part in launching Edgewater High School on an il- lustrious career, the first chapter of which is so well recorded in this first volume of our Odasagiah. Orville R. Davis, Principal Left: Mr. O. R. Davis, our principal, cloes much to further the best interest of the school . i Each of us will cherish this copy of the Oda- sagiah, for through the years it will serve as a remainder of another "first" for Edgewater. Without the faithful effort of the yearbook staff and advisors, this would not have been pos- sible. To them, we shall ever be grateful for their contribution to our success. In the years ahead, we may be able to point with grati- tude and pride to E clgewater' s ClCCOmDliSl1' ments, and may each succeeding year be an outstanding experience in growth. Lorena Thomas, Dean of Girls Mr William Weeks, Dean of Boys, eck mailbox before school . A -AW sl. Miss Lorena Thomas, Dean of Girls, prepares for work in her office. A fine new building, a fine new yearbook, a fine new spirit--these are ours at Edgewater. All these are but services to our splendid stu- dent body. Our words, our acts, ourfhoughts are with our students. William Weeks, Dean of Boys 12 0 45 if , -1 A e 1 J Q: Q . B Qi -Hike, N...-'Q g.. 5 4. Num Q if Q , ' x- f -Tgff,-.-55?-si 44, .5 W f . 521 2 'Qwdf ' , .,+g2.fg N 3 W "MJ F 'M' g L 1- .a, '41 '.4 DJ.. Maisy- . '4' i l- - ' . .np I s , I ,.,.-J x '12 -fu' - f ,Qu , .Q I u . ., T im h :- e W1 ev J 1 L' wif' ' 'kk . , iw xg , jf.. 4 L 1, Q v Q 'iw Q 4 f ' , ,,,s ,ig :if A 5 1' A'32?, . VXA. mv. " Nh,,,,,l,,n M-fa nun .r Sandi 5 V 4 IJSJFIHZ W. 5 'Q- f as N .4 ll' A,-'.,i6f.F'!ifi"'-I Y fs M 6 A in-. 535.-E3 Mx Q ,gf , - I-' M.. ., 14... .. - X fn ei , I B Q , J - Y ' , - ' - , ' f I,- f' -' .x :P x if 44 "N trlgfp ' s . A I S 1 , , " e i I ,xx 'lf M. , . , , Y , -9Q 4 Q,-fl ,if , -g y ,JT f V M-Y -. T77 'ig ,J- f 'fa fx ' E nga--5 ' A 4 MISS MILDRED NELSON English IV Journalism The English IV classes put on scenes from "Mac-beth" ' fzT'f222a1-2 MISS MARY GORDON English III Miss LULA BLAKEY English 111 English iv MISS IO ANN CLOUD English Il Public Speaking MRS. JEAN PERESENYI English III 'Qgf' MISS ELIZABETH FLORY English II, Speech Radio Broadcasting ZX IA. The Radio Broadcasting class practices a script. .5 E2 Latin Club in Action MISS MARIE ANDERSON MISS LORENA THOMAS Spanish I Latin II Latin I Dean of Girls iiwgs.-F . I MR. WILLIAM WEEKS MR. JOHN C. DIETZ MR. EVERETT WAMPLER English II French I, II Pr21CIiCa1 English Dean of Boys Spanish II English II MRS. BARBARA SHAEFFER Drama English II LEFT: "We three kings" from the "Christmas Memory Book" . 3 Thi ..,k V MISS MARGARET BREWTON World History U. S. History MR. PAUL O'NEIL U. S. History World History als MR. EDWIN CREEC1-il' World Geography V U. S. History MR. SAM PORTER U. S. History ,Mr. Creech and his Social Studies of world peace. MR. FRANK LOUGH U. S. History World History A MISS MARIE BRANCH class disc uss possibilities MR. FRANCIS FITZPATRICK Sociology and Psychology U. S. History MRS. BARBARA CASS A busy nook in the library. Librarian Library Clerk 5-'x ps MR. NICKOLAS BOROTA Senior Science Biology A group of senior science students check x a motor MRS. INEZ YOUNG Biology Fl-4 inf- the parts of MRS. IRENE HALL Biology MISS MYRA AGNEW Business Arithmetic Algebra I,II Af MR. CHARLES HIRSHEY Physical Education NOT PICTURED: MISS HELEN EVANS Physical Education MR. MERLE RINGER Physics, Chemistry Solid Geom. Trig. Members of the trig class learn how to use survey- ing equipment. 'Sv' Kfifil i QW' MRS. THERESA PHILLIPS MRS. MAY LOIS HOLBROOK Algebra 1,11 Plane Geometry 4"""b Ev Business Classes learn how to run ditto machine. MRS. RUTH MURDOCK, Homemaking Home Ec. girls prepare the dining table for county principals. ery afternoon the vocational agriculture classes work in their farm. 4-R I af M S Y if , S M MR. J. B. JOHNSON, MR. ciAYToN Pensfzson Voc ational Agricu " 4 MISS MARY SHIVER, Shorthand I,II, Typing II TX an-no lture D. C. T. .7 ? MRS. LOUISE ABKE, Typing I, Second Semester FAR LEFT: MISS FRANCES SAUNDER Typing II, Bookkeeping I CENTER: MRS. REBECCA COFER, Typing I, First Semester 3, LEFT: MRS. LOIS CARTER, Typing I 1. , qx pry Aa' Q E Q r, x K lv, A " ' ...M 531' I Rb, It ff? ,, The E H S Dance Band in action at Christmas Dance We re off! A group of music students and theirdirector board bus for music clinic. MR. LUCERNE SCHOLL, mechanical drawing and driver education. A model home is shown by mechanical drawing students. , 3 o X I 0 Olfll' H88 if 5 ,.-,lv ABOVEQ Mrs. Jane Monk and Mrs. Anne Belcher. RIGHT: Mr. Harry L. White. LEFTQ Mr. Ralph B. Dennart. BELOWQ Grover C. Clelland and Arthur C. Smith. l' 12' X-4 11,9 5 Q ,pdf AM Xmas Cohen Xhce ,mfg f' 6 ...MN '11 'N 8 685 aney Y X65 DU Yauon Sec K If HU nz anne B Pxes S L. ,J 129 If - l ' 1. wk Y M! ,,.- ggi 4 0 x ..', FOURTH ROW, Bonnie Beier, Bonnie Bemis, Terry Bender, Diana Benn. , Qfizgg 'Q ,ga as I t ' 3 I . X ,nr V '-Y . ? In SEVENTH ROW, V e r n a Brooklyn, I Nick Bruemmer, Marvin Brumberg, Robert Burgess. J 53 I ' ' Q s l . - an-A 3' "' Qyif ff' FIRST ROW, Virginia Adams, Lynne Albrecht, Daphne Alderman, Helene Alexander, Joe Algee, Maurice Alt- man, Dick Anderson. 153555-Ji' SECOND ROW, Irene AusleyATho- rpe Austin, Ke n t A ute n, Charles Baetzman, Suzanne Bailey, Joy Bak- er, Patricia Barber, THIRD ROW, CatherineBarker,Dav- id Barker, Dick Basden, Lynette Bass, Charles Batten, John Batten, Jerry Beagle. FIFTH ROW, Barbara Benoit, Allen Berlin, Durward Bishop, Dallas Blair, Pete Blanco, Eileen Blumenberg, Jean Boor. SIXTH ROW, Dorothy Bostick, Peggy Bostick, Imogene Bracewell, Aletta Brandt, Nancy Lee Brenaman, Bar- bara Breznak, John Britton. EIGHTH ROW, Bob Bullen, Betty But- tery, Dorothy Campbell, MarionCan- field, AnnetteCannon, Marjorie Car- den, Bennie Lou Carpenter. Q NINTH ROW, MarianCarpenter, Vir- giniaCarpenter, Richard Carroll, Val- deenCarson, Margaret Cassady, Sarah Chaffin, Martha Chapman. TENTH ROW, Barbara Chriss, Diane Cleland, Jules Cohen, Douglas Cole- man, Karen Coleman, Kenneth Coley, Carolyn Collins. 'C' as E IX . Q 'L - tg Eg xx gd se' Q.. K ET 3 X gs 1 ev h' ' s , tea. " r , ' I in Q-vivo ng K I My 2 , br 1' 'fs ' P.-Ls or I Q9 B05 A: A 5 A I , , -, - 'A ge ff' ' 'G , A- . .E W s B W I sg, , '78 90 wwmfeg. 1 16. ,,, Q , , I ,, by by nv' .lv J 5, f ,ff B Eff .se 'ff , yy' , ll E ' , J ,fs or " ' Q 'P ',- " . QW- W, v ev ., " .- '7 -7 ' - " W lg Y ' I sl, W IST ROW, Hubert Condrey, Raymond Conrad, DorothyConner, David Cooper, BillCooper, Richard Coram, Sally Coul- ter, Ronnie Cox, Homer Craig. 2ND ROW, Will Crain, RobertCroley, MelbaCronenberg, Curtis Culver, Eddie Daley Yvonne Dalrymple, Mary Dann, Adelaide Davis, Annette Davis. 3RD ROW, Carrie Davis, Betty Deering, Bonnie De- vore, Joe Dixon, Reba Dodd, Kenneth Doggart, Edith Donaldson, Charmaine Downie, Rose Marie Drake. 4TH ROW Arlene Dreyer, Franchot Duke, Patty Duvall, Charleen Eady, Wayne Ecton, Ramelle Ellis. 5TH ROW, Velma Ellis John Ewen, James Ewen, Mollie Farring, Stephany Faulkner, Nancy Feagan. 6TH ROW, Joan Foreshaw, Madelyn Fos ter, Jack Freeman, Bobby Fugate, Jimmie Garrett, Billie Garrett. 7TH ROW, Harry Gaylord, Judy George, Kenneth Gibb, Ivan Gibson, John Gill, Anita Glidewell, Charles Good, Richard Gordon, Yvonne Grant. 8TH ROW, Calvin Graves, Gloria Grier, Billie Sue Guess, Gay Gunter, June Hafer, Larry Hall, Marilyn Hall, Lorna Ham, Ann Hamby. 23 Y x Q 2: Y 3- 4, ,Y v 'C ,J i .. .3 '97 ' C' ' 4 rf m, ,E P fc' FOURTH ROW, SharonJepsen, Caro- lyn Johnson, Clarence Johnson, Eu- gene Johnson. 5 ,z 3? "H C11 1-4 SEVENTH ROW, Charles Kottmeir, Doris Kribbs, Lurlene Lane, Herman Langford. 'ir' QF' N7 1 fr 'vi FIRST ROW, Betty Hamlin, Gloria Hand, Marjorie Hand, Shirley Har- bin, Marian Harrell, Judy Hawkins, Joyce Hay. SECOND ROW, Billy Hendrix, Shir- ley Hendrix, Donna Henning, Betty Ann Hobbs, Rosa1e'e Hoffeld, Jea- nette Holderness, Wanda Hollings- worth. THIRD ROW, James Horne, Hersey Huffman, Mary Hyers, Richard Ick- er, Jerry Imber, Walter Jacobs, Ri- chard James. FIFTH ROW, Kay Johnson, Marcia Johnson, Beverly Jones, Marilyn Jones, Robert Jones, Anita Kaplan, Rose Kazarian. SIXTH Row, Mildred Kelley, John Kennedy, .Joe Kendall, Carol Kerce, Tom Key, Kim Kimball, Kay Kinney. EIGHTH ROW, Robert Lauria, Leora Lawrence, Diana Lester, Ann Lewis, Patricia Lord, Carolyn Luce, Carol Lundequam. NINTH ROW, Mable Lunsford, Ann Lyles, Lady Malcom, Tommy Mal- com, Joann Mann, Dave Martin, Grady Martin. TENTH ROW, Ros em ary Martin, Norma Mayhew, Jack Meador,j0yCe Melton, Tony Migliore, Sandra Mit- chell, Barbara Mixon. 'G' F I ii J 1 .bf ,. "F'!,, - 4 75' af 5 , FOURTH ROW, Art Nudelman, Ann O'Cain, Patsy Opland, Ann Page. wir if J ,V , , 1.01 . ffm L ii: at g s- SEVENTH ROW, Roger Phillips, Pam- ela Pierson, Tony Pirkle, Donald P01- lock. my 1, 'l nfl? ' P ' owe' ' lv as 5 7? id, f. FIRST ROW, Billy Moriarty, Sarah Morris, Mary Mosteller, James Mur- phy, Melville McCarthy, Kendra McCallister, Beverly McClain. SECOND ROW, Maxine McCormick, Carol McDuffy, Meff McGowan, Eloise McGowen, Margaret McGuffy, Walton Mclordan, Ronald McKelvy. THIRD ROW, Jerry McKillop, Deanna McManus, James McManus, John Neal Diane Nelson, Mary Newton, Richard Norris. FIFTH ROW, Paul Palmer, Ethel Par- ker, Charles Patrick, Edythe Patrick, Preston Patrick, Shirly Patrick, Judith Patterson. SIXTH ROW, AnnPatton, Ross Peeler, Joyce Penn, James Pennington, Dan Perkins, John Peters, William Petter- son. EIGHT!-I ROW, Joyce Post, Larry Po- well, Peggy Powell, Fred Quance, Mary Ratliff, Alice Ravndal, Mona Read. NINTH ROW, Carl Reagan, Rupert Reynolds, Anna Riddell, Barbara Ri- vers, Judith Roberson, James Roberts, Geneva Robertson. TENTH ROW, Shirley Rohn, Barbara Rudicel, Doyle Ruff, Donald Rupert, Carole S afer, Genevieve Sbordone, Robert Schrader. 15' Y Q... Ns' . 5. Us I FOURTH IKJW, John Stewart, Taylor Stewart, Larry Stiles, Jon Stine. 1 al I SEVENTH ROW, SandraWalton, Frank Ward, Bernice Wamer, RobertWarner. ,Gai -. 5-5425 1 iii' L -Qgirxgrst ,, FV 1- -ii Q bf T7 1'- i v Qi!!! 12. 2 Y FIRST ROW, Pat Seamon, Sara Anne Segal, Gary Self, BillySelf, Dolores Shamey, Kay Shehyn, Sarah Shoaf. SECOND ROW, Eulaine Shope, Patsy Silvasy, Robert Skins, Eleanor Slat- tery, Elaine Sloane, Kelly Smith, Mary Sparks. THIRD ROW, Lee Spec ht, Beverly Spracklin, John Stafford, Richard Staniole, Faye Stanley,MarionStein- man, Nancy Stevenback. FIFTH ROW, Sonya Sutton, Marilyn Tesky, Pat Thompson, Elizabeth Thomson, Howard Tidwell, Alice Tillman, JoAnn Touchton. SIXTH ROW, G ai l T ru be y, Nancy Urban, Chris Van Allman, Dora Veith, Rose Veith, Gladys Wagoner, Donna Walker. EIGHTH ROW, Henry Weech, Jerry Weir, Bill Weir, VirginiaWeise, Val Westhill, Patty Wetmore, Ronald Whitaker. NINTH ROW, Benny White, Wesley Wiley, Janet Wilkins, Barbara Wil- liams, Diane Williams, Dale Wil- liamson. Vereen Williamson. TENTH ROW, Cora Jane Willingham, Nancy Wimbish, Eugene Wise, Lucille Wright, Jerry Wright, Norman Yetka, BAK B 3 Pies. -, X Xe: 'pak Txeas. any D 69500, ies S V hitiiem , 66.35 my KN Sean CXatk, S 4' so S sy S ist ROW: Glenn Abel, Judith Adams, Winston Adams, William Adamson, Evelyn Aleci, Virgil Austin, 2nd ROW: Patricia Avera, Jeanette Aydellotte, Marion Baccarny, Heather Beal, Gloria Bell, Garry Berner, 3rd ROW: David Bixler, Jan Blackburn, Janet Blade, Arlene Bogan, William Bowan, Earl Bowen, 4th ROW: Clyde Boykin, Frank Boynton, Betty Brady, Betty Brinkley, Billie Brinkley, Robert Brokaw, Barbara Brown, Ruth Brown, 5th ROWgConstance Brunt, Judy Bryan, Shirley Brygger, Carol Buie, Shirley Busher, Barbara Caldwell, Catherine Campbell, Robin Canfield, fi' 1:9 , 40 .U 1 mv Q , 1. X v . K A F! W 6th ROW: Betty Sue Cantrill, Jackson Cargill, James Chambers, Bently Chil- son, Carol Clark, Jeitiiafjvg-k, David Clem, James Coble, 7th ROWgJames Coffman, Marie Cole- man, James Conley, James Connell, Patricia Conrad, Esther Cooper, Sth ROW: Lonnie Cornelius, Carolyn Coughlan, Naldavee Cox, Dean Craig, Gloria Croley, Evelyn Crosley, Ist ROW: Tommy Crosley, Henry Curry, Marc Danforth, Eloise Daniels, Joan Dann, Mary Davies, 2nd ROW: Jean Davis, Joy Lynn Davis, Sue Davis, Iohn Delind, Carolyn De- Milly, Jerry Denson, 3rd ROW: Don Dernoeden, Rose DeVolld, Suzanne Digre, Paul Dixon, 4th ROW: Rose Marie Dixon, Paula Doug- las, Barbara Dozier, Edith Drake, 5th ROW: Wilbur Droege, Deanne Dun- levy, William Blyler, Terry Duttweiler, Earl Earhart, ,sae , M i - ,-M. W ,., ,,.:t:.t , ,Sgr J . N ts 'A Q 5 H- Xxx 3, "' .SP r 4? 1 .vt ,mgit tr. ft-ftp , , A, 4 V5 2 ig, , , ,.., J, xf ' Li'-i 1 llrs Q "' F?-FY' fSJ9 ?ii , g?jf3f ft-ag? W A, fa -f,'i..fxh?'.' "" V 4, Vi .kkk i r . , 3 The Junior Sponsor, Mr. Francis Fitzpat- rick. , Junior C1 as s president, William Blyler 6th ROW: Mary Alice Earhart, Glenny Earwood, Richard Edwards, Barbara Ellis, Joyce Fellows, Jeanne Fielder. 7th ROW: Edward Forehand, Virginia Fox, Wade Freeman, Rosetta Giles, Gay Gil- lies, Becky Glass, 8th ROW: Albert Gildwell, Phillip Gordon, Margaret Green, Donald Griffith, Willard Grimes, Arthur Grossman, r Jw M-'f-""' is S WM 1' 'TJ Miss! Demos. Ynaooas 'ima exe, osx, Yves Ylxce Ytes 'BMX Omeq, Ooioioq xexlexioacxk, Sec 5 im E 33 6 RN Y!! , I r LC 5? Aenior are invefifigafing fAi5 wee , ina 'Q was Q sl-3' FIRST ROW: Julia Adams, Ned Aide, Gwen Anthony, Betty Arendt, Beverly Aroian SECOND ROW: Shirley Asher, Marilyn Atkinson THIRD ROW: Frances Austin, Bill Baker, Kenneth Barker, Joan Barnes, Mary Ann Barr FOURTH ROW: Marjorie Beggs, Marsha Bender, FIFTH ROW: Shriley Bird, Fred Bis- hop SIXTH Ri' Don Bisplinglioff, Bobby Blackwood, Gwen Blair, Peggy Blakley, Dick Blewitt Q 6- 'N Nr Ov 'C' UCll'l5 . ""5.. 1 wx x4 4' 67 li ra ",f H S Q, I ,f-fx Q'--'-'Y ...- -39 JULIA ANN ADAMS Lat1nC1ub 51 Torch SOCIETY 51 52 T1ger Den Comm 52 GleeCIub 51 52 53 G1rlsSextet 52 Festrval 5 2 Sec Ir Class 52 Honor Socrety 52 53 Cheerleader 52 53 Green Valley 53 Sec Senate 53 MeetAr1zona 53 RIORIC8 51 Thesprans Sec 53 Gregg Wr1ter 53 NED AIDE Band 51 52 53 Dance Band 53 GWEN ANTHONY Chorlsters 51 Yowell Drewlvey Day 52 Iun1orRedCross V1ce Pres 52 Gregg Wr1ters 52 53 Offlce Force 52 53 On the Sent1menta1S1de 52 L1ttle Dog Laughed 52 RIORICO 52 One Foot 1n Heaven 52 Meet Ar1 zona 5 Green Valley 53 Thesplan Clerk 52 Drama Fest 1vaI Rep 53 Student COUHC11 53 Eagle Eye C1rculat1on Manager 53 BETTY LOIS ARENDT G1rl s orus 51 10 R1co 51 Marys School Sewanee Tenn RedCross Sec 52 Dramaucs Club 52 The Stabat Mater 52 I-1111 topH1ghl1ghtsStaff 52 EHS Eagl ettes 53 Tr1 H1 Y 52 53 Odasa grah 53 BEVERLY ANN AROIAN Youth for Chr1st 51 52 53 I Class Day 52 Cafeterla 52 53 Intramurals Basketball Volley Ball Soft Ball Soccer Speedball 51 52 G1r1s Vars1tyClub 53 Art Club 53 0l'll0l" SHIRLEY JOAN A ER Tlger Talk 51 FHA Fashron Show 51 Natlonal School Press Assocla t1onBoard 51 Chorrsters 51 52 AcappellaCho1r 51 Mellow Moon Mrnstrel 51 Advertlsmg Essay Award 52 Student Counc1l 52 Eaglettes 53 MARILYN DEE ATKINSON Gregg Wr1ters Bengalrers 52 Offlce Force 52 53 DCT 53 h Our spor1s6'F MAY LOIS FRANCES LEE AUSTIN Iunlor Class Day 5 Deans offtce 52 53 Red Cross 53 WILLIAM BAKER H1 Y 52 53 KENNETH LEE BARKER H1 Y 52 53 Sw1mm1ngTeam 52 53 Band 53 IOAN ELIZABETH BARNES R10 RICO 51 Meet Arlzona 53 State andD1str1ct FCSIIVRIS SI 52 Glee Club 51 52 53 Chora1a1res 53 Lrbrary Counc1IPres1dent 53 Senate 53 IUHIOICISSS Day 52 Bengalrers 52 Eaglettes 53 Graduat1on Usher 53 MILDRED MARIANNE BARR Lat1n Club 51 52 53 Monltor 51 52 Lat1n Award 51 52 Asslstant to Jumor Advrsor 53 35 MARJORIE JANE BEGGS Gregg WFIICIS 52 53 Treasurer 53 Off1ce Force 53 Drrll 52 MARSHA CAN FIELD BENDER Westfreld N I Annual 51 52 Serv1ce Club 51 T11 H1 Y 51 52 53 Lat1n Club 51 L1teraryClub 52 Wr1ters Club 52 Forum Club 52 Cho1r 51 52 EHS Meet Ar1zona Glee Club 53 Eaffle Eye co edrtor SHIRLEY SUE BIRD Glee Club 51 Ir Class Day 52 L1brary Counc1l 53 Ir Red Cross 53 Odasagxah 53 Gregg Wr1ters 53 FREDERICK ADDISON BISHOP Glee Club 52 53 StudentCounc11 52 Chorallers 52 Eafrlearres 53 Pan Amerrcan Club 53 DONALD BISPLINGHOFF H1 Y 51 Basketball 51 52 Golf 51 52 53 B1gTBl'lChaIT1p101l 53 VHISIIY Club 52 ROBERT NASH BLACKWOOD H1 Y 52 53 GWEN BLAIR odasa grah 53 Ir Class Day 52 MAR GUERITE LOUISE BLAKLEY Intra murals 51 52 53 Eaglettes 53 Ir Class Day 52 RICHARD KENT BLEWITT West1nghouseH1gh Pltts burgh Pa Movre Crew 51 1 ' ' . 1. 1 1 I - 1 1 I - I 11 - 11 1 I .. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I - 1 I ' ' I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ' 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 I - 1 I 1 I 1 1 I - 1 1 I ' 1 1 5 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I - 1 ' ' . 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QUQI' DAYTON BOUTON CHARLES LO WELL BRAME I V Football 51 Student Councrl 51 Sw1mm1ng Team 51 JANE ANN BREHM Garden Club 51 Youth for Chrrst 51 52 Off1ce Force 51 52 53 Gregg Wrrters 51 52 53 Pres 53 JAMES RUSSELL BRUNER Pres of Soph Class 51 Key Club 5 Torch SOCICIY 52 53 Latrn Club N F 52 53 Pres o r Class 52 Road Knrghts 53 Pep Club 53 Odasaglah 53 Pres of StudentCounc1l1stsem 53 JOHN MELVIN BUCHAN RAMPY IUDSON BURDICK II Band 51 52 53 Lreutenant 53 Drs tr1ctMeets 51 52 53 State Meets 51 52 Sgt 52 Dance Band 53 CAROLYN SUE BUTTERFIELD Stu dent Counc1l 51 52 Tr1 H1 Y 51 52 53 Treas 53 Bengalrers 51 52 Ttger Den 52 Pan Amer rcan Club 52 Jr Red Cross 5 Pep Club 52 53 V1ce Pres 53 Ir Class Day 52 Graduatlon 82 Baccalaureate Usher 52 Sen a te 53 Odasagrah 53 Footl1ghtFol lowers 53 Pres 53 Homecomrng Attendant 53 0l'll0I" PATSY ANN REEVES CARVER G D C 52 M011 1t0r 52 D C T 53 HAROLD CARD Basketball 52 Track 51 H1 Y 53 MARY HELEN CLAPP Chonsters 51 52 State Vocal Festrval 51 52 Acappella Cho1r 52 MellowMoonM1nstrel 52 StudentCounc1l 52 Iumor Red Cross 52 53 VICE Pres 52 L1brary COUHC11 53 EdgewaterChoralSoc1ety 53 Meet Ar1zona 53 JOSEPH COLFORD JR Berlm Hrgh School Berlrn N H Football Key Club Basketball E H S Art Ed1tor Odasag1ah 53 JOHN WESLEY CONLEY J V Football 51 Foot ball 52 53 Co Capt 53 Basketball 51 VZISIIY Club 52, 53 H1 Y 53 Student Councrl 53 Pan Amerlcan Club 51 JOHN COOPER Wrnter Park l-hgh Chuckles 51 Sho Nuff 52 Basketball 52 Football 52 Base ball 52 D C T 53 Sgt at Arms 53 JON MICHAEL CORAM CHARLES HARRINGTON COX Track 51 52 53 Vars1ty Football 52 Vars1ty Track 52 53 Vars1ty Club 52 53 KeyClub 53 Chaplam 53 Agrrculture Club 53 BETTY ANN COZAD G1rls Vars1ty Club 51 Trl H1 Y 52 53 Odasaglah 53 Art Club 53 Student Councll 53 Pan Amerrcan Club 53 Footlrght Followers 53 Eaglettes 53 Green Valley 53 Meet Arrzona 53 RALPH MORTIMER CRONK Boy s Dr11l 51 52 Art Club 53 ALLEN RAUSCH CRONK Basketball 5 WAYNE LEE CROUSE Glee Club 51 52 53 H1 Y 53 Rad1oClub 53 Road Kmghts 53 DELIA ANITA D ALESSANDRO D C T 53 WIL LIAM OTHA DALEY KeyClub 51 Treas 53 H1 Y 51 52 VHISII5 Club 52 53 Basketball 53 Track 53 Football Manager i L41 cava., L, ,X 'D 2 7 I--l J N . , f Wg -314 AHA , 3 Corwerf L e wif 010 r uafion 4 -1 Q-A FIRST ROW: Delbert Dalrymplc, Kitty Davis, Marion Davis, Paul Dearolf, Larry Deane SECOND ROW: Frances Denson, Angelo Dicarlo, My THIRD ROW: Anna Dixon, Shirley Drake, Valerie Drake, Kirby Duckworth, Jimmy Easterling, SIXTH ROW: Donna Fletcher, James Fuqua, George 1 ay 1'--v FOURTH ROW: Helene Eskow, Jim- my Fewerbacher FIFTH ROW: Jackie Fink, Ronald Fishbaugh, Ladell Fuqua, Steve Gardner, Micky 'aka 8l'll0I' ANNA DIXON Cl1n1c 52 53 Gregg Wrrtcrs 53 DELBERT DALRYMPLE Football SHIRLEY JEAN DRAKE Btble Club 52 53 var SI 52 53 Basketball 51 52 Track 51 52 53 Key Club 52 Student Councrl Rep 5 Vars1tyClub 52 53 Baseball 53 DELORES IRENE DAVIS brary Club 51 52 Gregg Wrtters 51 52 D C T 52 53 MARON DAVIS Glee Club 51 Lat1r1 Club Ben alters 51 52 O Swrmmmg Team 52 Graduatton Usher 52 Eagletles 53 Glee Club 53 MeetAr1zona 53 R10 R1co 51 Chor1sters 53 Red Cross Rep 53 GreggWr1ters 53 PAUL DEAR OLF Transfer Lyman Htgh Long wood Fla Glee Club 51 52 Basketball SI Iun1or Play 52 WILLIAM LAWRENCE DEAINE I V Stattonlw F L 51 Footl1ghtF0l lowers 5I 52 Pep Club 53 Thes ptans 53 Board of D1rectors 5I H1 Y 51 57 53 Varsrty Club 53 Track 52 53 FRANCES DENSON Btble Club 52 53 Acappella Cho1r 51 52 53 R10 R1co 51 Mellow MoonM1n strel 52 Lrght Opera Ensemble NFL 515 53Torc CICIY SI 52 l-lonorSoc1ety 52 53 Student Counctl Rep 52 Sopho moreClassV1ce Pres 51 Jr Class V1cePres1dent 52 Southern Student Counc1IConvent1on 52 G1rls State Delegate 52 PressClub 51 Meet Artzona 53 Glee Club Secretary 3 Semor Class Vrce Pres 5 Area Student Congress 53 Speaker of House Rep 53 Eaglettes 53 Odasagtah 53 State Student Con gress 53 ANGELO D1CARLO Wm ner of Unlted Natton Essay Contest 52 Eagle Eye Sports Edttor 53 stty Club 5 'fig of our ts ndmg VALERIE ANN DRAKE Glee Club 50 51 R10 R1co 5I Acappella Chorr 5 52 Mellow Moon Mrnstrel 51 ChoralS0c1ety 52 53 D1s tr1ctMus1cFest1val 52 State MUSIC Festlval 52 Meet Ar1zona 52 Pan Amerlcan Club 52 53 L1brary 52 53 B1b1e Club 51 52 53 39 KIRBY DUCKWORTH Graduauon Usher 52 Lat1n Club 51 Torch Socrety 51 T11 I-11 Y 51 52 53 V1ce Prestdent 53 Bengallers 51 52 Eaglettes 53 Band sol01st 52 Honor Socrety 52 53 Odasag1ah 53 Y0wellDrew Day 52 JAMES EASTERLING H1 Y 51 52 53 HELENE ESKOW Transfer Jeffer son Hrgh School Tampa Dance Commrttee 51 Jumor Class Day 52 Jr Sr Prom Sh1pwreckDance Ma1orette 53 Homecomtng Queen 3 DISIFICI and State Contest 5 JAMES FEWERBACHER JACQUELINE MAE FINK RONALD FISHBAUGH Chortsters SI Y F C Club 51 DONNA BELLI: FLETCHER Trans fer Lakewood Hrgh School 52 Y F C 52 G1rls Glee Club 52 State Musrc Festrval 52 Brble Club 53 Choral Soctety 53 L1brary Club 53 JAMES FUQUA GleeClub 52 53 R1oR1co 51 Stae and D1str1ctVocalContests 51 52 53 State Vocal Cl1n1c 52 Foot ball 52 53 H1 Y 53 Pan Amer lean Club 52 53 Meet Ar17ona 53 WYLMA LADELL FUQUA In tramurals 53 G1rls Volleyball and Basketball Prck Team 52 D C T 53 STEPHEN GARDNER I-I1 Y 51 53 Y Ub 5 52 Internauonal Conventton Delegate 52 Drstrrct Conventton 53 Glee Club 51 52 53 State Fesuval 51 52 R10 R1co 51 Mel ow Moon M1nstre1 52 Meet Ar1 7ona 53 Senate 53 Odasagrah 53 MARILYN LOUISE GEORGE Glee Club 51 52 53 G1rls Dr1l1 Corps 51 52 Momtor 52 Eagl ettes 53 Offrce 53 Meet Ar1 zona 53 I l l ' ' ' 1 ' - ' l ' ' I Q l I u : I ' ' v 1 - : , 1 - - 1 . -- -- - 1 - . 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O2- B il 'V NV? ,mv SHIRLEY ANN GIBSON Brble Club 51 52 Offrce Force 53 CAR OLYN LOUISE GLADNEY Band T H1 5 Yowell Drew Ivey Day 52 Offrce 52 Graduatlon Usher 52 Gregg Wnter s Club 53 RODERICK MA CINNES GLEN Footlrght Followers 5 52 53 Thesplans 52 53 L1ttle Dog Laughed 52 Mrd nrght 5 Green Valley 53 OTIS GORDON GIFFORD Road Kmghts 53 ANDREW GRAHAM Footba1lMgr 51 Track Mgr 51 Varslty Club 51 52 53 PATSY ANN GRANT Intramurals Volleyball Basketball Softball 51 52 Glrls Varsrty Club 51 52 53 Bowlmg 52 Junlor Class Day 52 Eaglettes 52 LUTHER GRAVES H1 Y 52 53 Sw1mTeam 52 53 Student Councll 53 JOHN ROBERT GRAW Basketball 51 52 53 Student Counc11 52 KeyClub 51 52 H1 Y 51 52 53 Swrmmlng Team 52 Future Farm Makers of Amerlca 53 CAROL ANNE GRIFFITH Future Home makers of Amenca 51 Garden u 51 D111 51 Student ouncrl 51 RICHARD HAGAN Band 51 52 53 Captam 53 Pan Amer1can Club 52 Y F C 52 B1ble Club 53 Key Club 53 Footl1ghtFol lowers 53 JEAN MARIE HAIGHT Won essay contest What Good Cred1tMeansto Me 52 Art Club 53 Odasaglah 53 WILLIAM DE LANO HARRIS Glee Club 51 52 T 53 Ir Class Play 2 Trans Lyman Hxgh School 52 QFLLOI' Duane Keamey Edward Murfm and Barbara La Forest three of our transfer students More of our out of towners Ernestrne Pettrt Catherme Wrlson Frankl1n L1kens Jeanne Som mers Thrs year we have members ln our semor class that have attended schools rn I4 states from South Dakota to Connectrcut from Mrchrgan to MISSISSIPPI as well as a student from Belgrum 41 J-EANNE EASTLAND HARRIS Press Club 51 Love Your Nerghbor 51 Footlrght Followers 51 Pro duction staff Glamor Boy and Molly O Shaughnasy Bengalrers 52 Jr Board of Dlrectors 52 Trl H1 Y SI 52 Cheerleadlng 53 Thesprans 53 Homecommg Attendant 53 Eagle Eye 53 JUDITH ANN HARVEY Trans Somerset Hrgh School 53 All state ban 51 Student Councrl Vrce pres 52 Folk dancing Club 5I Natronal Honor Soctety 52 53 Band 53 Art Club 53 Footlrght Followers RICHARD DANIEL HARVEY Glee Club 51 52 53 Brble Club 53 Pro1ector Crew 53 ALICE ANN HICKS Operetta ConcertandState Vocal Contest 51 Torch Soclety 51 52 53 Pan Amer1can Club 51 52 53 Mrnstrel 52 Chorus Drstrrct and State Vocal Contest 52 StudentCounc1l Representatrve 52 G D C 52 Eagle Eye BUSIHCSS Manager 53 Product1on Staff Green Valley 53 Footl1ghtFol lowers 53 Off1cePract1ce 53 HOWARD THEODORE HOEFLER Trans Wmter Park 53 Football 52 Glee Club 52 RILEY TYNEAR HOGAN G1eeC1ub 51 52 N F L 53 H1 Y 53 Pro1ect1onStaff 51 52 RICHARD AVERY HOLLINGS WORTH Football 52 WILLIAM HORNBY JOYCE BETTY HOWELL Torch Soclety 51 Glee Club 51 Rxo R1co 51 Offxce 52 53 Edr tor of Odasagxah 53 GreggWr1ters O '51, '52, '53g ri- '-Y ' 2, '53g ' . ,, ,Z ' I. 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Q DELLA HUDNALL Intramurals 51 D C T 53 WILLIAM KINZER HURT IV Football 51 Basket ball 51 52 53 Student Counc1l Rep 51 52 Football Mgr 5 Baseball 51 52 53 Vars1ty Club 52 Class Pres 53 Senate 53 MARY MAC HUTCHESON G1rls Vars1ty Club 51 Footllght Fol lowers 52 53 Thesp1ans 53 Grad uat1on Usher 52 Yowell Drew Ivey Day 52 BoosterBoard 53 Trl H1 Y 51 52 53 Pres 53 Odasag1ah 53 Press Club 51 Iunlor RedCross 52 Green Valley 53 Product1on staff M1dn1ght One Foot ln Heaven 52 Ir Board of DIICCIOIS 52 Offlce Pract1ce 53 Student Counc1l 53 Ir T B COUDC11 53 WILLIAM DOUGLAS HUTSELL 52 53 Football 52 53 JIMMY IMS I V Football 52 H1 Y 53 MARY FRANCES INGRAM Band SI 52 53 Ma1orette 53 Y F C 52 SHIRLEY ISON Press Club 51 BoosterBoard 52 53 T11 H1 Y 51 52 53 Graduatron Usher 52 Ben galrers 52 Yowell Drew Ivey Day 52 Odasagrah Staff 53 Gregg Wrlters 53 QIQLOI' Bobby Lane WOIk1ng?' Pl U74 WOfk1Hg at the polls durrng voung for 2nd sem ester StudentCounc1l off1cers SEATED Carolyn Gladney Nancy Mantey STANDING Chazz Cox Marsha Bender Gwen Anthony Ot1s G1f ord J 3 3 .Z ELBERTA MARTHA IVEY Glrls Glee Club 51 52 Tr1 H1 Y 51 5 Y F C 51 52 Benga ISIS 51 52 Ir Class Day 52 Student Counc1l Rep 52 Offlce 53 Eagl ettes 53 B1b1e Club 51 52 53 VICE Pres 53 WILBUR ROBERT JACOBS BETTIE IO IARRELL THOMAS JESSON D C T 53 CHARLES IOHNSON Band 51 52 53 Ir Class Day 52 Dance Band GLADYS REBECCA IOH NSON DONALD IOYNER Trans Wlnter Haven Basketball 51 52 53 Lat1n Club 51 52 JOSEPH DUANE KEARNEY Trans Syracuse Sports Club 51 52 Jun 1or Varslty Basketball 52 ALBERT LEE KELLEY, IR Trans Akron Oh10 Art Club 51 53 Band 51 ba 51 52 Golf 52 53 Road Kmghts 53 H1 Y 53 FRED KENNEDY GWENDOLYN MAE KILLEN EDRA BEVERLY KIRKPATRICK Torch SOCICIY 51 52 Y F C 51 52 GleeClub 52 Acappella Chou 52 D C T 53 ROBERT BRUCE KOPECK H1 Y 51 52 53 Pan Amerlcan Club 51 Rrfle Club 51 BoysDr1ll Team 52 Road Kmghts 53 Odasagxah 53 CARL FREDERICK KUNZE O : ' : , ' . 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Vi- lit Lx, A-sr-I qyl lj FIRST ROW: Barbara LaForest, Marguerite Lancaster, Bobby Lane, Redding Lew is, Frank Likens I . if SECOND ROW: Aubrey Little, Jane Love 2 X s I , , THIRD ROW: Dottie Lowry, Kay Magarian, Nancy inton, Don Martin 1 SIXTH ROW: Arlene McCarty, Raenola McCu1lar, Morton McKenna I 'I f 1 , cflfol 0-'Af fu C7 Mantey, Yvonne March- FOURTH ROW: Bob Martin, Shirley Mathews FIFTH ROW: Bob Mayo, Raye Mc- Cafferty Marilyn McEwen, Virginia McGuffy, x al L S- ffjj 0855. fn?-fe' wg, 'vo i.-.- 2 il I 1 l i ee'- S BARBARA LAFOREST Trans P1n connrng Mrchrgan 52 FTA Club 52 Latrn Club 51 52 Basketball 51 52 Graduat1onUsher 51 Jun ror Play 52 Eaglettes 53 ETHEL MARGUERITE LANCASTER Trans Goldsboro NorthCarol1na 52 RO BERT RAYMOND LANE Iunror Varsrty Football and Basketball 51 Track 51 Vars1tyFootball 52 53 Vars1tyC'lub 52 53 Art Club 52 Basketball 53 REDDING LEWIS FRANKLIN GRANT LIKENS Trans Humboldt South Dakota 52 Glee Club 51 52 53 L1brar1an 52 Iunror Class Play 52 Odasagrah AUBREY HARLEY LITTLE Iunlor Varslty Football 51 Varsrty Foot ball 52 53 Track 52 H1 Y 53 JANE LAVERNE LOVE G1I1S Var rt 51 52 53 1Ck Team 52 53 Llbrary Club 53 DOROTHY E LOWRY Glee Club 51 52 53 R10 1co 51 Mel low Moon Mrnstrel 52 Trl H1 Y 51 Jun1orClassDay 52 Bengalrers 52 Eaglettes 53 Meet Arrzona 53 HIGI-IE KAY MAGARIAN Road Knrghts 53 NANCY IOAN MAN NFL 52 53 Rec ec 53 Natronal Honor Soc 52 53 V1ce Pres 53 Torch Socrety 51 52 Latln Club 51 G1rl s D 1ll Cors 52 Tr1I-l1Y 5152 3 Debate Team 52 Yowell Drew Ivey Day 52 State NFL Tourna ment 52 Odasagrah Copy Ed1tor 53 State Student Congress 53 QFLLOPJ YVONNE YVETTE MARCHINTON Trans Ta vares 52 Beta Club 51 52 Future Homemakers of Amer1ca 51 52 Operetta Muslc Award 51 Iunror Class Presrdent 52 Future Busrness Leaders of Amer1ca 52 Student Councll 52 Junlor Class Play 52 D C T 53 DONALD CHARLES MAR TIN Football 52 Student Councrl 52 Art Club 52 Shop Club 52 --'s..,,,v-,......,,,-wwnvwnm.-W Y! ID ff' :rouse clrivsortr co George Neusaenger rn the dr1ver educat1on car generously donated by Holler Chevrolet Company rn the rnterest of better drlver and a safer com munrty ROBERT FRANK MARTIN Future Farmers of Amer1ca 53 SHIRLEY A MATHEWS ROBERT ERVIN MAYO Football 5 5 Track 51 52 Student Councrl 53 H1 Y 53 TOLITHA RAYE MCCAFFERTY Intramurals 51 Sec Garden Club 51 Iunror Class Day 52 Latrn Club 52 L1braryCounc1l 52 45 ARLENE EVELYN MCCARTY Chor ers 5I F H A 5 RIORICO G D C 52 Iunror Class Day Graduatron Usher 52 Monrtor Offrce Force 53 Annual Staff Co Ed1tor Snapshots 52 Jr Re Cross Councrl 53 Coaches ASSISI ant 53 RAENOLA MCCULLAR Natronal Thespran SOCICIY 51 Pres 52 53 Footlrght Followers 52 53 GleeCub 51 2 53 Graduatron Usher 52 Brrmrng ham Alabama Natronal Masque and Gavel Socrety 51 Beta Speech Club Pres 51 Wrrghters Club Reporter 5I Fashlon Show 5I 2nd place 1n Crtrzenshrp Contest 5 Seventeenth Summer 5I Staff F1y1ngI-hgh 51 lead MARILYN LUCILLE McEWEN StudentCounc1l 51 Red CrossClub 52 Iun1orC1ass Day 52 Intramurals 52 Lrbrary Councrl 53 Eaglettes 53 Odasa grah Staff 53 VIRGINIA ELIZA BETH MCGUFFEY Band 51 52 3 Sergeant 52 Lreutenant 5 Y F C Brble Club 52 Junror Class Day 52 Y O B Brble Club 53 Cl1n1c 53 WILLIAM MORTON McKENNA Band 51 O H S Dr1l1 Corps 51 V1ce Pres Rrfle Club 52 Specral Drrll Team 52 H1 Y 52 53 Book Boy 53 Sec Road Knrghts 53 c t - O ' ' ist 1 1 , - 1 . - : . - ' ' ' ' 3 n .523 - . . . 5 ' 3 ' ' : ' '52: 2 . , , , ' A ' ' ' 2 '53: , I ' . 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FIRST ROW: I3l'lIVlCL6lldOl'1, Harold Medlin, Chuck Meister, Donlvleurlot, ParMlIton SECOND ROW: Jack Mims, Polly Montgomery THIRD ROW: Ozzie Moore, Helen Moses, Debbie Mosher, Danny Moury, Evelyn Munson SIXTH ROW Kerr Oswald 'Ci Q-7 Ma ry Jo Ne ttles ey George Neusaenger Larry Norwood Dudley Nunlrst FOURTH ROW: Charlie Murfirm, Susan I Myers X FIFTH ROW: Tommy NaPier, Ger- trude Naugle +"'V Qui MARYIEANETTE MCLENDON Tr1 H1 Y SI 52 53 Red Cross Club 5I Footlrght Followers 52 Radro Club 52 Bengalrers 52 Jun1or Class Day 52 PTOOUCIIOH Staff The Lrttle Dog Laughed Mrd n1ght One I-oot 1n Heaven 52 Odasaglah Staff 53 Prod uctron Staff GreenValley 53 HAROLD ALBERT MEDLIN CHARLES MEIS TER Trans Fargo North Dakota Boys Dr ll Team 51 Chemrstry Lab Assrstant 52 53 H Y 52 53 Key Club 53 3 Productron Staff Green Valley 52 Odasag1ah 53 Road Kn1ghts 53 Chrrstmas Play 53 DONALD GORDON MEURLOT Jun1orVars1ty Football 51 Baseball 51 D C T 52 VBISIIYFOOIDHII 53 PATRICIA ANN MILTON Iun1orRedCross 51 52 Junror Class Day 52 Offrce 53 Odasag1ah 53 Gregg Wrxters IACKSOIN DANIEL MIMS H1 Y 53 Ir Varslty 52 PAULINE MONT GOMERY Jacksonvrlle 51 GAA 51 Iun1orClassDay 52 Junlor Red Cross 52 L1brary Councrl 52 Gre g WFIICYS 53 WILLIAM E MOORE HELEN ELIZ. ABETH MOSES Y F C 51 52 Trr H1 Y 51 52 L1braryClub 52 53 Bengalrers 52 Student Coun crl 52 Graduatron Usher 52 Pres Brble Club 53 Eaglettes 53 Sen are 53 DEBORAH ANN MOSHER W1nterGarden 52 Newspaper Staff 51 Hobby Club 51 Art Ed News paper Staff 52 Art Ed Annual 52 Tr1 H1 Y 52 Natronal Honor So crety 52 53 Pres Art Club 53 N F L 53 Odasaglah Staff 53 DANIEL MOURY EVELYN LORENE MUNSON N F L Follles 52 Jun 1or Class Day 52 GIIIS Dr1ll Corps 2I'll0l" 'S Helen 47 CHARLES EDWARD MURFIN Trans 53 Hagerstown Md Acappella Cho1r 53 Meet Arr zona 53 Green Valley 53 SUSAN AUDREY MYERS Gradua tron Usher 52 Ir Red Cross 53 Productron staff Mrdntght 52 Odasag1ahStaff 53 GolfTeam 53 'ylajorette 53 Trr H1 Y 53 THOMAS EDWARD NaPIER Band 5 52 63 Jun1orBand 52 Drum Major 53 GERTRUDE E NIAUGLE GleeC'lub 51 Acappella Cho1r 53 B1ble Club 53 MARY IO ANN NETTLES G1r1 s Varsrty Club 51 52 53 Intra murals 51 52 Gregg Wrrters 52 53 V1ce Pres 53 Odasagrah 53 Eaglettes 53 GEORGE EDMUND NEUSAENGER StudentCounc1l SI Sw1mm1ng Team 52 53 Senate 53 GreenValley 53 Odasaglah Staff 53 Footlrght Followers 53 LARRY JOHN NORWOOD Baseball 5I 52 Basketball 51 52 DUD LEY VICTOR NUNLIST KEN F OSWALD StudentCounc1l 51 52 Track 51 52 Iunror Vars1tyFoot hall 51 H1 Y 53 Vars1tyFootball 52 53 Varsrty Club 53 93 .--+4 fy 'av RX, ' ff- S5- y I 3 A ,px xo 5 CQUQ OU QUQI' I'l0tlCQJ ow Cl enior -51N h'N 'TT' ' 3 'K' 'Us 'C' " FIRST ROW: Ann Owens, Doris Owens, Marie Pankowski, Juanita Parker, Ray Parker SECOND ROW: Kay Patterson, Betty Pearce THIRD ROW: Warren Pearson, Bill Perkins, Todd Persons, Ernie Pettit, Carolyn Pollak FOURTH ROW: Ruth Postle, Jack Powell FIFTH ROW: Jack Purcell, Nancy Prentice SIXTH ROW: Walt Pyne, Jack Reddick, Teddie Redner, Charlie Rice, Nancy Riddel E s i Aki ,,unns 2 faLe5 Aid fime. vw ,sm if Qw- CAROL ANN OWENS Latm 51 Bengalxers 52 Sw1mm1ng Team 52 Graduat1onUsher 52 Eaglettes 53 Capt 53 Acappella Cho1r 53 Meet Ar1zona 53 Red Cross Club 53 Senate 53 GreggWr1ters 53 Chorallers 53 DORIS EVELYN OWENS Glee Club 5 52 R R1co 51 O H S Amature Hour 52 Mellow Moon Mlnstrel 5 StudentCounc1lRepresentatrve 52 G1rlsDr1ll Corps 52 Offlcer 52 Acappella Cholr 53 Meet A11 zona 53 Eaglettes 53 Art Club 53 MARIE LUCILLE PANKOWSKI Trans Rockford Ill Newspaper 52 Grrls Sw1m Club 53 Camera Club 52 French Club 51 52 Swtmmtng Team 52 Eagle Eye 53 G1l'1SV8.l'S1IyC1Ub 53 JUAN ITA MAE PARKER G1rls Sports SI 52 53 Baseball 52 Monrtor 52 Publrc Speakmg Pract1ceCon gress 52 Recordlng clerk RAY AILEEN PARKER Odasag1ah 53 Gregg WIILCIS 53 Dr1ll 51 52 Gregg Wrrters 53 Dr1ll 51 52 Archery 52 53 KAY ELIZABETH PATTERSON Torch Socrety 53 T1gando 52 Product1on Staff Mrdmght 5 Prom Comm1ttee Odasag1ah 53 Trl H1 Y 53 Art Club 53 Mast head of Eagle Eye 53 Publ1c1ty Green Valley 53 Productron Chr1stmas Mus1cal 53 BEUFORD ELIZABETH PEARCE Bengallers 52 Glee Club 52 53 Red Cross Club 52 Jun1or Class Day 52 Offtce 53 el'll0I" BAXTER WARREN PEARSON Baseball 52 53 WILLIAM EDWARDS PERKINS Jun1or Varsrty Football 51 52 53 Basketball 51 Track 52 Wrestllng 53 Key Club 53 Varslty Club 53 TODD BURKE PERSONS Dramat1csC1ub 53 fn! Hutsell s jf rw LENORA ERNESTINE PETT' TransferWest V1r g1n1a Y Teen 51 Red Cross 52 Jun1or Class Play 52 B1ble Club 53 Prom Commlttee 52 Pep Week 51 52 CAROLYN ANN POLLAK Pan Amer1can Club 51 52 53 Torch Socrety 51 52 53 Jun1or Class Day 52 Art Club 53 Grett Wrrters 53 Ass1stant Bus1ness Manager of Odasag 1ah 53 Flor1da State Press Assoc1at1on 52 Flrst Pr1ze Ed1tor1al Contest 52 Practtce Congress House of Representatrves 52 49 RUTH ELLEN POSTLE G1rls Varsrty SI 52 Gregg Wrrters 52 53 In tramurals 51 52 JOHN DANIEL POWELL Baseball 5I 52 53 Var s1tyClub 52 53 Jun1orVars1ty 52 Bowllng Team 52 Torch Socrety JOHN PURCELL Jun1or Class Day 52 NANCY PRENTICE Bengalrers 51 Jun1or Red Cross 52 Yowell I1ewIvey,Qay 52 Off1CS 52 53 G egg Wr1ters 53 Odasag1ah 53 WALTER STEWART PYNE Sopho more Class Secretary SI Jun1or Class treasurer 52 StudentCounc1l 51 52 53 KeyClub SI 52 53 H1Y 51 52 53 Yowell Drew Ivey Day 52 Pep Club 53 Foot ball 53 Student Counc1l Conven t1onDelegate BoysState 52 JACK REDDICK Jun1or Vars1ty Football 51 52 Varslty Football 52 53 THEODORA ROSLYN REDNER Trans New York Eaglettes 53 Secretary to Ass t Pr1nc1pal 52 CHARLES EDWARD RICE Varslty Basketball Manager 51 Track 51 Pan Amer1can Club 51 Student Counc1l 51 53 Jun1or Board of Drrectors 52 H Y 51 52 53 Sergeant at Arms 52 Pres 53 State H1 YConvent1on 52 H1 Y 81 Tr1 H1 Y Tra1n1ng Congress Blue R1dge N C 52 KeyClub 52 53 Varslty Tumbhng Team 5 NANCY RIDDEL Transfer Newburgh Free Academy Bus1ness leaders 51 52 Bowl1ngClub 51 Typrng Club I 1 .. , . , 1 1 ' I n . 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FIFTH ROW: Wilma Smith, Ken fxhx "-' at-'W Sned eker , Richard Spotrs, Berry Rae Sramon, ,fx fin, !'S"" Art ,aln,":x JOHN FIELD RIGGLE Band 51 52 53 Sergeant 51 L1eutenant53 BoysDr1l1 52 WILLIAM MANCIL RIGSBY D C T Club 53 JOHN DERRELL ROBBINS Football 51 52 53 CoCapta1n 53 Track 51 52 53 Baseball 53 Jun1or ClassDay 52 StudentCounc1lRep 53 H1 Y 53 Varslty Club 51 53 53 JANET RODDENBERRY Off1ce 52 53 Odasagrah 53 Red Cross 53 Junxor Class Day 52 BARBARA RUSSELL Bengallers 51 52 Graduatron Usher 52 Iumor Class Day 53 BRIAN CABOT SANDERS N F L 52 53 Debate Team 52 CHAR LES EDWARD SAWYER O H S Tumblmg Team 53 52 Varslty Football 52 53 WILLIAM SAMUEL SHAPIRO JOHN James 51 Sodalrty Club 51 Sta t1on O H S 52 RICHARD SIMS Trans Leesburg 52 AnnualPhotog rapher 53 JAMES SIMMONS Aca pella Chou 52 Laun Club 51 Torch Soclety 51 Boys Dr1l1 Corps 51 52 Odasagrah 52 53 Key Club 52 53 State Mus1c Festrval 51 52 Physrcs Lab Asslstant 53 Honor Soclety 52 MARILYN DEE SIMMONS Glee Club 51 52 53 D1str1ct Muslc Festlval 52 State Mus1cFest1val 51 52 R10 R1co 51 Mellow Moon Mmstrel 52 Meet Arrzona 53 Iumor Class Day 52 Junlor Red Cross Club Secretary 52 53 Bengallers 51 52 Eag1ettesCo Captaln 53 QFLLOI' 51 JAMES SLEMONS Baseball 51 H1 Y 53 Hot Rod Club 53 BEV ERLY R SMITH Treasurer ofLat1n Club 51 TorchSoc1ety 51 N F L SI Sclence Club SI The Inner Wtlly 51 fW1nter Parkj Treas urer Bxble Club 51 Treasurer N F L 52 Secretary Sc1enceClub SI 52 Trl H1 Y 51 52 Reglonal Conventxon Blue Rrdge North Carollna 51 Glrls Scout Regronal Conference Iacksonvllle Fla 52 Treasurer QYouth On The Beamj Blble Club WILMA SMITH Trans Ha1nesC1ty Glee Club 51 52 53 Dramatlcs 51 Art Club 53 Blble Club 52 53 KENNETH SNEDEKER Trans Wrnter Park Student Councxl Rep 51 Glee Club 51 52 53 JOANNE SOLBERG B1ble Club 53 Gregg Wrxters 52 53 JEAN SOM MERS Trans Portsmouth Ohro Glee Club 51 52 Lann Club SI 52 G A A 51 52 Hxstory Club 51 52 Jumor Class Play 52 Jun 1or Class V1ce Pres 52 Mmstrel 5I Llbrary Club 5I RICHARD SPOTTS Trans S Cloud Football 51 H1 Y 52 BETTY RAY STANTON Glee Club 51 52 53 StudentCongress Page 51 R1o R1co 51 Momtor 52 MellowMoonM1nstrel 52 G D C Off1cer 52 G1rls Ensemble 52 Band Mayorette 52 Off1ce 53 ARTHUR STEINMAN Radro 51 52 Iournallsm 52 53 Road Knlghts 53 . -. . 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 ' : ' , ' ' : '- ' Q ' . - 1 - 1 . - 1 ' ' . 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' : - ' ' . 1 - - Q' OM Can eI'lL0l' Lg way P86 Q5 ""' 'N FIRST ROW Dot Stevenback Bruce Strippling Jerry Strycker, Dick Swope, THIRD ROW DeWayne Timm Jimmie Townsend Rhoda Voegelin, Phyllis FOURTH ROW: Harriet Wehymeyer, Susan Weisenbarger FIFTH ROW: Rosie Westbrook, John Dee White SIXTH ROW Paulwhite BobWhite Brucewilllams, Jenevewilliams, Vinson Williams 'lf' DOROTHY FAYE STEVENBACK Band 51 52 53 Lreutenant 53 Torch SOCICIY 51 Honor Socrety 52 53 Pres Sen1or Class Sec 53 B1bleClub 52 53 PanAmer 1can Club 52 53 Baccalaureate Usher 52 Student Counc1lDele gate S A S C BRUCE STRIPP LING GERALD STRYKER O C VS 52 RICHARD EUGENE SWOPE Trans Worcester Mass Football 51 Basketball 51 I-11 Y 51 53 CameraClub 53 ARTHUR LAWRENCE TAYLOR Trans Mad rson Florrda Basketball SI Soft bal 51 LOUISH THOMAS I V Football BasketballManager 5I Vars1ty Football 52 53 Student Councll R 51 52 H1Y 52 53 r1 culture 52 53 JAMES H THOMP SON Iumor Class Day 52 DeWAYNE TIMM Trans Brrstol Indrana JAMES TOWNSEND Latrn Club 53 Senate 53 RHODA VOE GELIN Offrce SI Bengalrers 51 52 N F L Follres SI Statlon O H S 51 52 Executlve Board Sec Rad1o Broadcasttng Sec Treas 52 Natronal Scholastlc Rad1oGu1ld 52 Jr Class Day 52 Ir Class Fashlon Show 52 Gregg Wrxters 53 PHYLLIS CAMPBELL WALL Future Homemake rs of Amerrca 51 Glee Club 51 52 53 Grrls Sextet 51 Small En semble 52 D1str1ct Musrc Festrval 52 Mellow Moon Mrnstrel 52 G1rlsDr1llCorp 51 52 Iun1orClass Day 52 A wtnner tn Why I Would Lrke to Attend the Unrted Natrons essay contest 52 Graduatlon Usher 52 Eagle Eye Edrtorral Edrtor 53 Meet Anzona 53 Choralarres 53 Jr RedCross 53 Gregg Wnters 53, State Muslc Festrval 52 QFLLOI' CHARLES F WARD, IR Track 51 52 53 Football 52 Pep Club 52 53 H1 Y 52 53 Key Club 52 53 Student Councrl Rep 53 Two of our sen1or sc1ent1sts Dottre Lowry and Bob Whrte In the senrorscrence class are Art Stemman Don Joyner and Albert Glrdewell 53 HARRIET MARY WEHMEYER Glee Club Accomp 5I 52 53 R10 Rrco 51 D1str1ct Musrc Fesrtval 51 52 G1r1sDr1llCorps 51 N F L Follres 52 Musrc Clrmc 52 State Mustc Festrval 52 Mel low Moon Mrnstrel 52 Glee Club Lrbrarran 52 Meet Arlzona 53 SUSAN KAY WEISENBARGER Gxrls Vars1tyC1ub 51 52 53 P Amer 1can Club 1 52 3 rmmxng Team 52 Vgoll yy ll Basketball Softball cer Intramurals 51 53 Advkrtrsmg Manager Eagle Eye ROSIE MARIE WESTBROOK Bas ketball Intramurals 51 Volleyball 51 52 Eaglettes 53 JOHN DEE WHITE PAUL WHITE Varslty Football 53 ROBERT STACY WHITE Latrn Club Sl Torch Soclety 51 lun 1orClassDay 52 Band SI 52 53 Sergeant 51 52 DISIIICI and State Contests 51 52 Key Club 53 BRUCE ARTHUR WILLIAMS Golf Team SI 52 Stage Crew 52 53 JENEVE WILLIAMS Junror Class Day 52 Green Valley Produc non Staff 53 Eaglettes 53 Brble Club 52 53 Senator Student Congress 53 VINSON EDWARD WILLIAMS TorchSoc1ety 5I Latrn Club 51 Chorrsters 51 52 53 Pan Amencan Club Treas 53 Honor Socrety '52, '53. O 1 : - n 'Q : - -.vo-'-nu'l-vlclrftl 1 , . ' ' ' I - . A, K . , I ' - 2 . - 5 ?!?r o 1 ' . ' : ' : - 9 I 5 ' 1 ' . ' ' '51g Varsity Club '52, '53: Varsity '53i Y- F- C- '52. '535 C- A- P- '52- ' 1 ' '53- SP. ' ,' : '- ' .' :Ag'- g - 1' O I - ' I ' ' ' . v . ' . ' l ' . ' ' . ' 3 i"I?f" I fi ,lf -5' sr is Q -UX -v Coufclnyf Lowe one wifkouf you. 'Q Qin, .QNX Ni if i FIRST ROW: Marlene Willis, Katherine Wilson, Grace Wise, John Wolcott, Elizabeth Wolfe SECOND ROW: Joel Zalla, Sammy Zittrouer ,f "' THIRD ROW: Bill Chamberlin, Joan Cole, Andrea Haugaard, Alton Parker, Ann Stanko FOURTH ROW: Edgie Retawegde SENIORS NOT PICTURED: KatherineBart1ey, Shirley English, John Ford, Noel Heiser, Brigitte LeNaire, Peggy Pcarman. ,ak af! 'nf -':7' 'Y' MARLENE WILLIS Bengallers 51 52 Tr1 H1 Y 51 52 53 Iunlor Class Day 52 Graduatton Usher 52 Odasaglah Staff 53 Press Club 51 Iunror Red Cross 51 KATHERINE JOYCE WILSON Trans Central H1gh School McM1nnv1lle Tennessee Beta Club 51 52 Y Teens 51 52 Glee Club 51 Future HomemakersofAmer1ca 51 Offlce 52 53 GRACE BARBARA JANE WISE Youth for Chr1st 51 52 Chor1sters 5 52 53 R10 Rlco 51 Bengallers 51 52 Iun1or Class Day 52 Mellow Moon M1n strel 52 Eaglettes 53 Choral Soc1ety 53 Meet Ar1zona 53 Odasaglah 53 C A P 52 F B A Contest Gurde 52 JOHN LUCIEN WOLCOTT ELIZABETH ANN WOLFE Gregg Wrlters 52 53 Eaglettes 53 JOEL M ZALLA Student Councxl Rep 51 Press Club 51 Tennrs Team 52 Rad1O Club 53 Debate Team 53 D1str1ct Student Congress 53 State Stu dentCongress 53 Opt1m1st Rep 53 State DISCUSSION Tournament 53 Co Ed1torofEagle Eye 53 SAMUEL ZITTROUER Football 51 52 53 Track 52 Base ball 51 52 PanAmer1can Club 52 Key Club 52 53 H1 Y 53 Vars1ty Club 52 53 Glee Club 52 QFLLOI' Pr1nc1pal Davrs presents a dlploma to Frances Denson After graduatton what next? Graduatron brmgs us to a dCC1d1l'lg potnt crossroads 1n our l1ves 55 WILLIAM CHAMBERLIN Trans Kentucky Mrlrtary Inst1tute 53 J V Football 5I K M I Varslty Football 51 52 Track 52 Varslty Club 52 IOAN ELIZABETH COLE Trans Pattonv1lle Mo 53 Pep Club 52 SCIVICC Club 52 School Paper 52 53 Annual 52 53 E H S Blble Club 53 ANDREA JOY HAUGAARD Latm Club 51 52 Ir Red Cross 52 53 Jr ClassDay 52 G1rlsVars1tyClub 52 Odasagrah 53 Gregg Wrrters 52 ALTON PARKER, IR Football 2 1 Sec 53 H1 Tra1n1ng Congress Blue R1dge N C 52 Fla Safety Councll 51 Daytona 52 Ir Class Day 53 ANNA IANE STANKO Trans Oh1o 52 G A A 51 Treas 5 G A A Playday 51 Basketball SI Volley Ball Intramurals 51 Gym Leader 51 Stu dent Faculty Volleyball Councll 51 I RedCross 51 Jr Class Play 52 Style Show 52 Grad Usher 52 A A U Track Events 52 Eaglettes 53 Art Club 53 B1ble Club 1IIf I - 1 1 I -I-- 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 I - 1 I ' 1 I P' -19 1 1 1 1 1' I 11' . ,I , I . . 5, I I If I ' . l . 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Many have started to build both wisely and well. lt is the outstanding builders whom the i953 ODASAGIAH re- cognizes here as Best Leaders iames bruner Frances denson 0l'l'l0I'I'0LU 5 JZ Most Artistic debbie mosher ioe colford Most School Spirit ieon harris I. H, 1-hornos X ni' if' Cuxesf Pete humps Svnadev eng 'sk X Friendliest - mary mac hutcheson, del- bert dolrymple Best Looking - sue bufferfield, walt pyne U! Mosf M . ces den'-lsgcol ifram- burdick n' lUdSOn . 3 if I. 0l'l'l0l'l"0LU -5 .-. 'mf ,' - - 51.1500 Most Pdhxenc devry weisenbufgef I . , A 5' t 'f s . nf" .Z 1-gh 'Q Q' 6 1' 3 Ur F? Li V' " 1 , 1 N-. It 'J 'Q TSQQQJ W tu.: f at gl ' ww , . U N : 3 N, -f , ' ' It . . , ' --is-ming... Best Actress and Actor rcenolo mccul lor rod glenn ,I R Best Speakers debby mosher, brian sonclers Walt Pyne, Mory Moc Hutcheson QW' Ott f:5f6lI'l6bI'l9 The Seniors here were chosen by the entire class on the S ! Q1 ,.nf', , Q-u'w x Dorothy Stevenback Pete Hurt I , Johnie Conley Julio Adams Helene Eskow Derry Robbins en iam basis of excellence in all fields. I 'f Bill Daley Gwen Anthony e Paul White Jeanne Harris James Bruner Frances Denson :Sli .1 Sue Butterfield Delbert Dalyrmple Creative Expre Sefvice ssion C festive Exp ression Leadefship x Cr Schol orship eofi ve Expression . mummy' " SerViCe .gzzclenf Gund The purpose of this Student Council is to unify and supervise general student and club activities of the school and to promote such activities as will be for the best interest to Edgewater High School. To develop in the students of Edgewater High School the qualities of leadership and a growing appreciation of membership in a democracy, by providing the educative responsibilities and privileges of participating in such a democracy in the school. X I ' Wk , Q !M 0540 1- 4,.!!V,,,' ,yi ,ha vga. xl if ' ,. N! 'Hn-5,5 Raenola McCullar, Suzanne Bailey, Julie Adams, Mary Mac Jane Blyler Joe Slade, Dick Hagen, Joan Barnes, Debbie Mosher, Mary Bender, Dorothy Stevenback. 2ND ROW: Pete Hurt, Ruth Sue Dalrymple, Derry Robbms. Charles Rlce, Margaret T Jim Townsend. s.,-b 'in retary-treasurer . QD First Semester StudentC,'ouncil officers are left to right, Bill Whitfield, president of the Senate: Frances Denson, speaker of the House: and James Bruner, president. Leading us in the second semester are James Bruner, president: Frances Denson, vice-president: JeanClark, sec- X 1?-rift LX I fx' LST SEMESTER HOUSE IST ROW: Alice Ravndal, Irene Ausley, Ann Lewis, Sandra Walton, Betty Arendt, Sue Davis, Ann Cozad, Mary Mac Hutcheson, Barbara Taylor, Janetllegan. ZND John Riggs, David Bixler, Sara Chafin, Robin Canfield, Margaret Me- Guffy, Sally Coulter, Ramelle Ellis, Wanda Hollingsworth, Chris Van Allman. 5RD Luther Graves, lack Mette, Ken Oswald, Walt Pyne, Hugh Jones, Ted Zabrowski, Charles Ward, Derry Robbins, SEMESTER HOUSE Y , P , . , , Y . , V. , , , , - Dalryrnple, Kenny Hutchinson, Ralph Sands, Buddy Sutton, Lowell Mann, Dick O'Neil, Bob Graw, Ken Oswald, Charlie Ward, Pete Hurt, - F- K-7 1 ROW: Ga Gillies Esther Coo er Barbara Russell Ann Lewis Sandra Walton Bett Arendt Ann Cozad Ruth Sue Davis, Dorothy Lowry. 2ND Jon Stine, Gloria Bell, Carrie Davis, Ann Patton, Alice Ravndal, Margaret Ramelle Ellis Wanda Hollingsworth Nancy Lee Brenaman, Cathy Barker Judy Robertson Ed Wright 3RD , f' ' '9 GJ Y Wafiona ,Honor ,gzciefy PURPOSE: To create an enthusiasm for scholar- ship, to stimulate a desire to render WUNQQR T service, to promote worthy leader- J ship, and to encourage the develop- I S ment of character in pupils of Edge- 4 Q5 water. .R Two initiation ceremonies are given il LL during the year, at which time all those iunior and senior students who are outstanding in the obiectives of the society are initiated into the soci- - ety. , '14 'X' fl R gf N 1 , wwf A ,T 4 "M" OFFICERS: Dorothy Stevenback, Pres- an---15 5 P ident: Debbie Mosher, A U ' Secretary-Treasurer: Mrs. 6 -1 U Q - Phillips, Sponsor: Nancy .1 'ef ll Mantey, Vice-President. IST ROW: L. TO R. James Bruner, Frances Denson, Debbie Mosher, Judy Harvey, Julie Adams, Kirby Duckworth, , ,f Nancy Mantey, Vinson Williams, 2ND ROW: Jo Ann Solberg, JeanClark, Ruth Jean Patton, Joan,Oswald-, Joyce Howell, Dot Stevenback, Marianne Barr, Sue Anne Maxwell, Carolyn Pollak, Margaret Taylor. 3RD ROW: Virgil Austin, Jack Powell, James Fuqua, James Simmons, Johnnie Conley, Dick Hagen, Ken Hutcheson. NOT PIC- TURED: Ralph Sands. ' - 'O N. ,u t . 1. S' Q . , g. IA, .7orcA Sciefg l Ill .. l ? 0096069 5 'fx ' , . nqory MOI- y V . esrdenh Rose Wuhan-rs , r . th Brown, PY. b To Mc. " lll ' Ol:l:lCl:-RS. treowfel' Bogrilles, vlce-plridr . I ' I tural' Larry wY0fl' SPO 1 r . l l ffl PURPOSE: Qi To organize and run fheEHS Fire drills. To appoint fire morsholls to keep order during drills. 'mn- gecfe ' A Miss Bfe de nt? Seole ' IST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Chriss, Dorothy Marshand, Jean Boor, Marcia Johnson, Nancy Lee Brennaman, Nancy Urban, Ann Patton, Mary Mosteller, Leora Lawrence, Suzanne Bailey, Kay Johnson, Carolyn Pollak, Margaret Taylor, Nancy Magarian, Ruth JeanPatton, MissBrewton. 2ND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Jules Cohen, Jean Clark, Joy Ragsdale, Daphne Alderman, Yvonne Grant, Ann Lyles, Barbara McWilliams, Joan Touchton, Reba Dodd, Lynnette Base, NancyStevenback, Suzanne Digree, Margaret Green, Carol Safer, Sally Coulter, Gloria Greer, Rame1lEllis, Ruth Brown, Virgil Austin, Sue Anne Maxwell, 3RD ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Janet Blade, Ruth Woodruff, Joan Oswald, Larry Stiles, Howard Tidwell, Pat Avery, Henry Weech, Lowell Mann, Sue Davis,' Allen Berlin, Franchot Duke, James Ewen, Chris Van Allman, Claire Poellein, Fred Peisner. Q- W f . Q'-.,'E"""" fall" I V if t ,. Z .. .,,.. or I so N , V I A ,V , .r I , .,r, I - L, P my gs A . r tttt llllsss , , . - q N I if 'i. Le g..-V" ' I I L c t I I A ...- ,,,.. Y ,,l...+.- 1.1 1 1 u.! li . ..... - - ,,bkkk Wg, 1 3, Y? Miss Elizabeth Flory Miss Jo Ann Cloud i I .. ' 1. U, l 'ki Wa fiona! .izorenfuc September-October! As the first two pages of the school calendar turned over, N.F . L. began a busy year ofactivities--electing officers, holding a practice congress, competing with Boone and Winter Park in legislative sessions, iourneying to District Congress in Jacksonville. November! And the highlight of the month was the State Student Congress in Tallahassee--- using the State Capitol for our sessions, staying at F.S.U., competing with T7 other Florida high schools. December-January! These two months were devoted to service speaking in the community. checking N.F . L. applications, local radio work. February! All effortswere directed toward the annual initiation and the induction of T4 new members. 4 5 I I ABOVE LEFT: While waiting to try out for the State N .F .L. Tournament, members listen to Carole Safer. In the back row are judges, MissF lory and MissC loud . Listening are Nancy Mantey, Ruth Brown, Jules Cohen, Ralph Sands, Luke McKissack, Carole Safer . LEFT: The Debate Team in a practice debate. De- baters are Luke Mc Kissack, Larry Stiles, Joel Zalla and Brian Sanders. ABOVE RIGHT: Leaving for the State Student Congress in Tal la- hasse are the E .H.S. delegates Marcia Johnson, Frances Denson, Debbie Mosher, Nancy Mantey, Miss Cloud, Joel Zalla and Brian Sanders. Qdglle March! Tournament month! N .F . L. members competed at the State Tournament infieldsof ex- temporaneous speaking, original oratory, dramat- ic and humorous declamation, oratorical interpre- tation and debate . April! Money-making! N .F . L.ers combined talents and effortsin an original fund-raising pro- ject. May! Work's over? Time for fun--so the N .F . L. ended an active and successful year with a festive party honoring the seniors. Thus, September to June, N .F .L. has com- bined "business with pleasure" in encouraging speaking activities. v-J SL, i 'un-,,.,f-""9 I f? The Club Officers are Ruth Brown, corres- sponding secretary: Sueanne Maxwell, pres- ident: Nancy Mantey, recording secretaryp Brian Sanders, treasurer: Bill Whitfield, vice- president. 'i r' R 1 W V 'V f ,T -SQ, ff r . , 3 s , , Q HQ, 91' 3 'ASX i 9 X A S4 -353 at it X La--2 lk' X- rim tl T Q lv,-ik' WW Q- , 2 is eff x , rf T x N Y i Q 1 l. 1 t lines. , viiiil S X N .lm-l' -im:-.5 x x Inf" QW? R N Ln-'!:::.-.:64l. 1 AWG R M UVW tl wt. A3109 nxt L 4 DIAL 580 ff- LEFT TO RIGHT: Joel Zalla, Wayne Crouse, Ruth Brown, Ruthdjean Patlpn, Marvin ' A McMasters, Jules Cohen, Gene Mitchell, Ruth Woodruff, Joyce Reynolds. 5 J LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Magarian, Marlene Novothy, Janet Regan. S ,G F . L-ails This active organization wasted no time getting into full-scale activity, beginning in Sept- ember with the production of its two weekly shows--"Edgewater's Here" and "EHS ON THE AIR. " Special interviewswith EHS celebrities, visits with outstanding alumni, the latest in school news and the best of musical entertain- ment comprised these excellent radio pro- grams. LEFT TO RIGHT: Gene Rowell, Ann Lyles, Doris Kribbs, Pat Patrick, Kendra McCal1ister, Val Westhill. LEFT TO RIGHT: Tommy Perry, Carl Regan, Bobby Akins, Charles Patrick, Bill Hornby, Joy Baker, FRONT: Mar- garet Howard. PURPOSE---To Encourage Students To Better Un- derstand The Techniques Of Radio Broadcasting And To Provide Oppor- tunities For Participation In Live Radio Programs SPONSOR--Miss Elizabeth Flory OFFlCERS-- Jules Cohen--President Kendra McCallister--Vice-President Rosemary Martin--Secretary Ann Lyles--Treasurer 'xx -34. ,vw- fi C, Leif- Hsu SPONSOR: Frances Fisher OFFICERS: finsetj Ann Cozad, treasurer: Linda Shuler, secretary: Debby Mosher, president: Patty Richardson, vice-president: Carrie Davis, reporter. PURPOSE: The purpose of this organization is to give worthwhile service to the school and the community and to make money through individual projects. MEMBERS: IST. ROW: Carrie Davis, Patty Richardson, Debbi Mosher, Linda Shuler ZND. ROW: Kay Patterson, Nancy Koepke, Connie Brunt, Virginia Adams, Sally Reeves, Sally Handley, Carolyn Pollak gRD. ROW: Bar- baraDozier, Arlene Bogan, Betty Pearce, Lee Lawrence, Dede Robertson, Sharen Hilt, Gin Fox, Frank Pennington, Ken Coley, Ralph Cronk 4TH, ROW: Beverly Aroian, Lois Schaaf, Judy Harvey, Wilma Smith, Al Kelley, Bill Folker, Joe Peters, Joe Colford, Mrs. Fisher reg? llfllifem SPONSOR: Mary Shiver PURPOSE: Excellence in shorthand is a basic requirement for membership in the Gregg Writers Club. Developing responsibility and initiative through the various Club projects is the aim of Gregg Writers. The girls get social experience through planning initiation parties and installation of officers. MEMBERS: IST. ROW: Marianne Barr, Joyce Howell, Carolyn Pollak 2ND. ROW: Carolyn Gladney, Anne Owens, Marion Davis, Robin Canfield, Mickey George, Judy Harvey, Nancy Prentice, Harriet Wehmeyer, Julia Adams, Andrea Haugaard 3RD. ROW: Delia D'Ales- sandro, Shirley Bird, Ray Parker, Pat Milton, Polly Montgomery, Yvonne Riggs, RhodaVoegelin, Marlene Sadler, Phyllis Wall, Anna Dixon 4Tl-i, ROW: Jo AnnSolberg, Mary Jo Nettles, Marjorie Beggs, Gwen Anthony, Jane Brehm, Elizabeth Wolfe, Ruth Postle, Miss Shiver OFFICERS: Jane Brehm, president:Mary Jo Nettles, vice-president:Ruth Postle, secre- tary: Marjorie Beggs, treasurer: JoAnn Solberg, chaplain: Elizabeth Wolfe, seargent-at-arms: Gwen Anthony, reporter. K2 Om- Miss Flory puts the finishing touches on George back stage while Carolyn and Julie "admire their new faces ,mt Attending party after Green Valley are: FRONT ROW: Judy Ad ams, Larry Stiles, Raenola McCul1ar, Bill Brown, Clyde Boykin. BACK ROW: Rod Glenn, James Lee, Pat Elliot, Virgil Austin, Chris Van Allman, and Pete Mas- sey. Mrs. Shaffer, our director l"Q8l'l ,Un K eg 5js0fE9Af .Sie QPZ5 X s N ,Enid ' 'P t 1 5 l ru5.mf..Q"1"'f"'1 1-.,-SWET J... ,ga , '. 4 ..L.,,,,,fQ3,r.1.Q rs? l'- s .,qJ 4'-,t Ta "J 4 J gy 'J' PURPOSE OF THE SPIANS The purpose of this troupe shall be the advancement of standards ot excellence in dramatic arts. More specif- ically, the troupe shall strive to developa genuine interest in all phased of dramatics, an appreciation For all good dramatic work and litera- ,,. Vfgzf- Z ture, and poise and self- confidence. MOTTO OF THESPIANS "Actwi ll your past: there all the honor lies." PURPOSE OF SPOTLIGHT SEEKERS To develop interest in all dramatic arts and to strive toward higher attainments in the dramatic field. R SJ , I 1- oggrarg ounci LEFT: Mrs. Barbara Cass, Library Clerk. LOWER LEFT: OFFICERS: Mary Helen Clapp, Secretary-Treasurerg Peggy Pearman, Vice-Presidentg Joan 1 Barnes, President, Shirley English, Program Chairman. LOWER RIGHT: Miss Branch, Librarian yi' FIRST ROW - LEFT TO RIGHT: Shirley English, Joan Barnes, Mary Helen Clapp, Peggy Pearman. SECOND ROW Gail Millard, Jonelda Butler, Raye McCafferty, Marlene Sadler, Richard Harvey, Minnie Ketner, Barbara Ellis, Bar- bara Mixon, Ethel Parker, Noel Heiser. THIRD ROW: HelenMoses Valerie Drake, Joy Baker, Jane Love, Shirley Bird, Polly Mongomery, Marlene Novotny, Sue Ann Maxwell, Miss Branch. " W x fx T gi I N Q ag i ,J .. -ow "I hi 'IQ C , g, , 3 5 I ,Ev 'L' Q9 G 1 - Q Q 3, 1 XX., ff I -f ' -G+ ykxk A I in f I , f 'sr in 'N 5 ' I, 0lft!A Olfl fAe Mani EAL CLA BISC deg A Bible quiz at a weekly 2 no man bu, 2, meeting, CX ol the -E-rlmothg 4 my A morning prayer meeting 1, 'o . E b tx? south' smrlff 'L ' . 'd" ' PURPOSE: To encourage Christian living within the high school. OFFICERS: Mrs. Persenyi, sponsor: Dick Hagen, choral director: Dorothy Stevenback, chaplain: Barbara Chriss, historian Helen Moses, vice- I president: Joe Slade, president K L FIRST ROW: Dorothy Stevenback, Frances Denson, Virginia McGuffey, Richard Hagan, Elberta Ivey, Helen Moses, SECOND ROW: Mrs, Peresenyi, Beverly Mc Clain, Ann O'Cain, Ian Belcher, Barbara Hargrove, lean Hathaway, Susan Weisenbarger, Aleta Brant, Barbara Chriss. THIRD ROW: Caroline Coagland, Joan Cole, Wanda Hollingsworth, Shirley Drake, Beverly Aroian, Valerie Drake, Naldavee Cox, Donna Fletcher, Rose Drake, Betty Oakes, Pam Pierson, Beverly Jones, Barbara Dozier, Mar- garet Green. FOURTH ROW: Joe Slade, Robert Scarborough, Io Ann Solberg, Peggy Ware, Lorna Ham, Anita Gildewell, Douglas Coulter, Jack Taylor, Molly Farring, Sylvia Staples, Peggy Mc Entire, Patty Richardson, Linda Shuler, 75 '20 iuemihe 0-olaerafiue raining Rf' sJ 3- '05 C7 D C T OFFICERS FIRST ROW: LEFT TO RIG HT - Judy Bryan, Patsy Carver, Carol Griffith, and Thomas Jes sen investigate opportunities for varied occupa tions and possible careers of D C T students. '- Vice-Pregidentg Patsy Reeves Carver' Q 1 D historiang Marilyn Atkinson, secretaryg B I Delia D'A1essandro, reporter. SECOND PURPOSE: "Youth achlelfmg adult 5003.1 and 5 Q , ROW: Delano Harris. President: Thomas economic status, to which work experience Y lessen' treasurer: John Cooper, Sergeam- can make a special and effective, if not uni- X ' ardrrrrrsr que, contribution. -r 1 E F 1? E if P Fl' X lii ri, I 1 .fr "ffm 'I' 'if 'il "'-'V 'U' 'U' 'H' '17 1' '17 '-' N, M "V f '40 , XX IST ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT- Marilyn Atkinson, Patsy Carver, Deela Hudnall, Kitty Davis, Thomas Jessen, Edra Kirk- patrick, Yvonne Marchinton. 2ND ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT- Jerry Simmons, Richard Holliday, John Cooper, Delia D'Alessandro, Carol Griffith, Mancil Rigsby, Richard Swope, C. D. Pederson. NOT PICTURED: LaDel1 Fuqua, De- lando Harris, Paul Dearolf, Judy Bryan, Carolyn DeMi1ly. 76 :Qufure ccrmerzi of .fdmerica -.s"-j"-7 K "Sam, eixs mgws ff 0 D U f G 0 T 'S 0 od' 'oft' bas 04 ce Z j pil yx 3 -..... 4' 3 W3 EJ .9 MO TTO If ' Q g ea ! lf' in-ai-3 qi' ,, - 5 , KJN U P to , F, I F Q 'Y A G mai L at O-.QS A- :yn c go L2 ML. - Q -'QNMLTQ 3 KU . 4 X to lf' PURPOSE Bob McAndrews, Wesley Wiley, and Alton Parker get the ground ready for a spring crop. Learning to do-Doing to Learn-Earning to live-Living to Serve To develop competent, aggressive, rural and agricultural leadership ru f"""' IST. Mr. Johnson, Richard Coram, Warren Naigraw, Bob Graw, L. H. Thomas Delbert Dalrymple, Bill Perkins. 2ND. Bob McAndrews, Wesley Wiley, Ted Hoefler, Alton Parker, Charles Cox, James Lee, John Kennedy, Willard Grimes, Howard Hoefler, Bart Cannon. OFFICERS: Presidentg Bud Peeples, Vice-Presidentg Delbert Dalrymple, Secretaryg Bob Graw, Treasurerg Hill Gissendaner. '77 gf: P'-Eg, ...gx ,, he 'Q u C - Q---V . Y- , 8 af poem! J61i9Afd The Road Knights was organized at tdgewater by a group of boys and "Doc" Scholl who are interested in automobiles and safe driving habits. They are also trying to create better understanding between teen- age drivers and the community. As thisgoes to press, they will be acquiring an airplane landing strip for legal drag races whichwe hope will decrease illegal racing on the streets to practically zero. PICTURED ABOVE: FIRST ROWg Harry Whittaker, Art Steinman, Bob Kopeck, Wayne Crouse, Jim Thompson, Morton McKenna. SECOND ROW: Bill Nolin, Jimmy Slemons, Ivan Gibson, A1 Kelley, Bobby Burgess, Gene Mitchell, Drew Vaughan, David Wolpert, Jack de Noyelles, Meff McGowan, Paul Dixon, Chuck Meister and Ray Lott. . also Mr. Scholl, and Officer Allen Pitts. INSERT "C1em's" rod. The officers of the Road Knights are LEFT TO RIGHT: Chuck Meister, chaplaing Bob Kopeck, treas. :Harry Whit- taker, pres., Morton McKenna, recording sec.g Wayne Crouse, Sgt, at armsg James Bruner, parlimentarian. NOT PICTURED ARE, Art Steinman, vice pres. g Jim Thompson, Corres. Sec. Mr. Scholl presents trophy to Al Kelly, winner of skill drivi contest. C! 4 .jeg Lt W .ni ff I' The Key Club is a Service Club, F , 1-fs! p r i m a r i l y and fundamentally, lt is ' 2 composed of the key, or outstanding, QXYNXXHNXN i boys of thehigh school, Membership in 3 x " 3: the KeyClub means that in the opinion 5 sl . ' aa, of the faculty and in the judgement of Q 0 6, L 'PAQ the Key Club members, you have the IM, Q Q f. qualities of good character, good scho- g "'Y' g A larship, and leadership ability, 9 4 The club gets guidance, suggestions g 1 ' J If , and help from the Kiwanis curb, but Q Z Q' the final authority for what the club A Z may do reposes in our faculty sponsor 0 O and our principal, 4 5 Like Kiwanis, our motto is "We M 5 Build, "The KeyClub serves the school Wim , ' and community as Kiwanis serves the Community, FRONT ROW: Charlie Ward, Chazz Cox, Chuck Meister, Kim Kimble, Franklin Ward, Melville McCarthy, 2nd ROW: Dick Hagen, Bob White, Jack Mette, Charles Kortimier, Stephen Gardner. 3rd ROW: Charles Rice, Fred Peisner, Roger Phillips, BillBly1er, JamesBruner, 4th ROW: James Simmons, John De Lind, Hoppy Haack, Virgil Austin, Jerry Denson, 5th ROW: Skip Johnson, Dick O'Neil, Bill Perkins, Bill Daley, Rod Glen, 6th ROW: Walt Pyne, Mr, Ringer, Sammie Zlrrrouer- INSERT: Stephen Gardner, pres, 3 Hoppy Haack, vice pres, 5 Charlie Rice, rec, sect., Virgil Austin, corres, sect., Bill Daley, treas.g Chazz Cox, chapling Mr. Ringer, sponsor. The Key Club engages in many community and club projects. Z ? - LA .,l'1 C3 X! is Q35 lf t f-U The motto ofthe Hi-Y is to create, maintain, HI - Yfff r and extend through out the home, school, and com- A QV munity, higher standards of Christian living. Their ig 5 purpose is to better the lives of young men. e it , Nw - . f Q: tt'r r 1 l Alton Parker, Charles Rice, Bob Kopeck, Bob Graw 1 M . ,M in X g t , c f X if 1 . f-L:."Q SPONSORS: Miss Marie Anderson and Miss Eliz- abeth Flow' OFFICERS: Sue Butterfield, Treasurerg Mary Mac Hutcheson, President, Dottie Lowry, secretarygJean Clark, chaplaing CNot ' 9 U picturedj Kirby Duckworth, vice-president, MOTTO: Pure thoughts, pure words, pure deeds. PURPOSE: To create, maintain, an extend throughout the home, school . and community high standards of Christian character. " Awww if BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Flory, Linda Mosher, Kirby Duckworth, Dottie Lowry,Nancy Mantey, Kay Patterson Barbara Taylor, Anita Toole, Miss Anderson. LEFT DOWN: Carolyn Gladney, Patti Richardson, Jean Clark, Connie Brunt, Ruth Jean Patton, Patsy Knowles, Janet Johnson, Gloria Bell, Mary Mac Hutcheson, RIGHT DOWN: Ann Cozad, Joyce Reynolds, Ruth Woodruff, Jeanne Fiedler, Mary Jane Wark, Joan Oswald, Joan Dann, Barbara Hagan, Becky Glass, 81 CA ora fa fred Stephen Gardner, Julia Adams, Ken Snedeker. K .A l in ! r ll r l OFFICERS: LEFT TO RIGHT: GeneMitche11, Frances Denson, THE CHORALAIRES are a group of thirty-six selected voices from the Edgewater Choral Society which per- Form For local clubs and organizations. These thirty- six people were notified in quite the surprising way. Each one of them received invitations in the mail to attend a CHORALAIRES membershiptea at the home of Mrs. Estelle Thomas, director. No one in the group knows what or where the next program is. They must be prepared to sing popular or classical music, depending upon the audience. Programs upon programs are crammed into the average CHORALAIRES year . These programs range from com- ical shows at the USO to serious Christmas perform- ances at various places around Orlando and Winter Park. The wind-up of a full and glorious year was a May Day program and an all day swimming party gf the beach. A well deserved trip from a hard-working bunch of students. ' CAOMJ .Siwiefg Do you like to listen to one hundred and fifty blended voices singing your favorite choral numbers? Well, "give a listen" sometime to the EDGEWATER CHORAL SOCIETY when they perform for special assemblies or evening programs. lf you really want to know what they sound like iust ask some- one what the Operetta "Meet Arizona" was like. This vivacious operetta was the scene of many comical incidents which will live in our hearts for a long time to come. Then came time for this working group to start preparing for the District contest at Daytona. After lots of argument and disagreement, the decided to enter as Class A. Many instances will be remembered byall the students of our fine glee club such as, the "Christmas Memory Book", the "World Day of Paryer" program at the First Presbyterian Church, the Easter Sunrise Service program, for which theyall got out of bed atfiveo'clock, and the "lastminute" operetta "Bamboo Princess". Yes, all these and many more little things will long be remembered by everyone . Two other important groups onthe high school campus are the Eaglaires and the Girls' Glee Club. These two groups have been most faithful in getting to early morning rehearsals at seven-thirty. They performed for a number of civic organi- zations around Orlando and Winter Park and also made all superior ratings at the district festival in Daytona. There are 40 members of the Eaglaires and 55 in the Girls' Glee Club these members are selected from the Edgewater Choral Society . Mrs. Estelle Thomas director of Choral Society and Choralaires lQlEtll9lnb,l3l3o0 t l Q9 at-gs, , ,Wil A gg, r Af4 " noir! f YQ1f35x'v'fX x'g5' MAJORETTES - LEFT TO RIGHT: Jean Mims, Susan Myers, Pat Lambert, Helene Eskow, Shirley Winslow, Deanna Dunlevy, Mary Frances Ingram, Betty Stanton. LEFT TO RIGHT: IST. ROW- Bob White, Judy Harvey, Jean Boor, Wanda Hollingsworth, Dick Basden, Dorothy Ste- venback, Jeff Krause, Virginia McGuffey, Edith Donaldson, Fam Pierson, Nancy Lee Brenaman, John Riggle, Carolyn W rm, Collins, Joe Dixon, 151.15 Stafford, Ralph Kazirfiit 2ND, Carrie Davis, Jajhgfhi-1 Davis, David West, John De- I lind Dick Hagan Charleynj n David Steakley, Fred Quance, Allen Berlin, Mary Dann, Howard Tidwell, Marc lbert Kelley, lrymple, Curtis Ledbetter, Judson Burdick, Tommy NaPier. 3RD. ROW - M. 0. tte Davis Pat ' 1 ' -I " , Hubert Sears, Rupert Reynolds, Norman Yetka, Kenton Hofmeister, Wayne Eaton, lack Meador, Daphne Alderman, Beverlv McClain, Sharon Hilt, David Douglas, Robert Brokaw, Wade Wall. , CJEW4 2' ' 'iw 5 s SCHO TTXQ-' 50' OK' i Wx. Wx 'Aix L bis v . ,r i I BAND OFFICERS - LEFT TO RIGHT: Tommy NaPier, John Riggle, Virginia McGuffey, Shirley Winslow, Dorothy Stev- enback, Judson Burdick, Dick Hagan. in 54211 ,x V If X' A "' i XXQ ' Q A0-.H -I 9 5 V 5 F :ik fi ..C. FORWARD, MARCH! TO THE REAR, MARCH! HESITATE, iWlTl'l POLKAD MARCH! ! ! lf you happen to be near the gym during sixth period almost any day, and hear these boisterious commands, blame OH MY ACHING FEET Have you ever marched seven miles, without stopping? Then you can sympathize with Anne, lla Mae, Mari- lyn, Arlene, Beverly, and Naldavee as they cool their heels after that gg march in the Christmas parade. it on one, or both of these girls. They are the drill leaders, Captain Anne Owens and Co-captain Marilyn Sim- mons. ,Af ns-L. '1T'l'I'l 111 1111' l SNAPPY, HUH? This is the type of precision march- ing that made the Eaglettesp half-time show at the Boone-Edgewater game ap- pear so perfect. It takes weeks and weeks of practice to learn to march, eyes right, steps together, and ranks straight. The Eaglette drill team did a great job this First year, and we are looking forward to seeing them again next year, out on the field, showing the talent of Edgewater. .aging lbw! .iam Mrs. Hall Edgewater's first drill team, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Irene Hall, has made it its duty to perform at football games, parades, and other community events. EAG-LETTES L ..,..... QQ I keg .ff-4 wk -.-1'-' ,,, ef ' , LEFT TO RIGHT: IST ROW: Grace McQuaig, Ila Mae Harvill, Joan Barnes, Elbertalvey, MarilynGeorge, Mable Lunsford, Barbara Chriss, BarbaraLaForrest, Grace Wise, Marylo Nettles, Patsy Grant. 2ND ROW: Carol Kerce, Betty Arendt, Helen Moses, Eileen Blummenberg, Barbara Benoit, Harriet Grubbs, Evonne Riggs, Marian Davis, Kirby Duckworth, Judy Lippert, Lucille Wright. 3RD ROW: Arlene Bogan, Ann Cozad, Audrey McDougall, Peggy Blakely, Pat Barber, Elizabeth Wolfe, Ieneve Williams, Irene Ausley, Dorothea Reagan. 4TH ROW: MarianCanfield, Willie Sue Nickolas, Betty Slattery, Mary Hyers, Mitzy Campbell, Judy Patterson. 5TH ROW: Frances Russell, Vivian Hall, Dottie Lowry, Joyce Post, Jeanette Aydelotte. 6TH ROW: Rosie Westbrook, Teddy Redner, Carole McDuffy, Beverly Jonesa 7TH ROW: Naldavee Cox, Mari- lyn Simmons. TOP: Anne Owens. 87 2,0 cm CDurpurposerstocreofernore schoolsphif. on Holds iiS'LEFT TO RIG . 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' 5 U Ww w 1 v , X ' fe fa, I 'Z f kit I 3 Q xigx gif 1 6 C 00 f ffl til - to " S' 4 vs PURPOSE: To have an organization among clas- sical studentsof this school which will promote interest in and appreciation for the literature, civilization, lan- guage, and the art of ancient Greece and Rome. OFFICERS AND SPONSORS: Miss Marie Anderson, sponsor: Janet Blade, treasurer: Suzanne Bailey, vice-president, Kathie Barker, secre- tary: Miss Lorena Thomas, sponsor ofafin MOTTO: Wisdom crowns those who seek her 3 rw 1 ...-4 1 Q Q A 90 unior IQ 60545 ounci QV 'V7 '7- i -f' A , 3 AN 6 CRU Y7 u . EMBLEM. A Red cross. PURPOSE. To plan and direct Red Cross Activities within the school IST ROW: Shirley Bird, Mary Helen Clapp, President. 2ND ROW: Miss Shiver, sponsor, Rose Drake, Karen Cole- man, Susan Meyers, C. J. Willingham, Mary Ann Johnson, Sally Handley, Ann Owens, Dottie Lowry. 3RD ROW: Betty Brady, Janet Roddenberry, Cathy Barker, Nancy Irving, Barbara Dozier, Marlene Novotny, Barbara Rudicel 4TH ROW: Helene Eskow, Marilyn Jones, Peggy Pearman, Frances Austin, Phyllis Wall. W CAL an merican ....,.: PURPOSE. Encouragement of the study of Spanish and better understanding of Latin nations. IST ROW: Sec. , Nancy Stevenback, Vlce-Pres. , Rod Glen, Pres. , MargaretTay1or, Treas. , Vinson Williams. 2ND ROW: Harriet Grubbs, Valerie Drake, Kay Shehyn, Dorothy Marchand, Nancy Magarlan, Patty Richardson, Suzanne Digre, Carolyn Pollak, Susan Weisenbarger, 3RD ROW: Larry Stiles, Gloria Grier, Wanda Hollings- worth, Jules Cohen, James Fuqua, Jack Taylor, Ann Cozad, Dorothy Stevenback, Mr. Dietz, sponsor, 196' ff L.: ART AND LAYOUT STAFF: George Nuesaenger, James Simmons, DeWayne Timm, Jean Haight, Lois Schoaf, Mrs. Fisher, Carrie Davis, Kay Patterson, Virginia Adams, Lee Lawrence, Debby Mosher, Ann Cozad, Connie Brunt. , lwwf -- , Rx 5: J .Ibm A-'cw A Y va '1l- ,, , -.F-un N :' 5 PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: Susan Myers, Janet Roodenberry, Peggy Pearman, Richard Sims, James Bruner, Mr. School, and Art Grossman. A 92 ff ' x fs 4' I C5 ,j EDITORIAL STAFF: LEFT TO RIGHT: Arlene McCarty, Stephen Gardner, Nancy Mantey, Sue Butterfield, Mary Mac Hutcheson, Shirley Bird, Suzanne Bailey, Madge Strain, Miss Anderson, Ray Parker, Jan McLendon, Joyce Howell, Frances Denson. NOT PICTURED: Marlene Willis XI' r .1 'si x.. '-4 Q BUSINESS STAFF: LEFT TO RIGHT: Betty Arendt, Pat Milton, Linda Shuler, Carolyn Pollak, Bob Kopeck, Arlene Bogan, Kirby Duckworth, Patty Richardson, Linda Mosher. Judy George, Peggy Bostick, Miss Saunders. NOT PIC- TURED: Alice Ravndal, Andrea Haugaard, Shirley Ison, Frank Likens, Marilyn McEwen, Chuck M6iSICF. Nancy Prentice, Mary Jo Nettles, Grace Wise. 93 ilk uxl Xxx 1 I A, xscx if K ' l - , A -R-. rim. Watching Over- the CQmpus'S2lBcaufi ui my ' YiZ."?,,5,??2 g' nity-vm' X, Joel Zalla, Editor UPPER RIGHT: Business Staff LEFT TO RIGHT: Angelo DiCar1o, Carol Buie, Marie Pankowski, Cortland Anderson, fseatedy Ruth Brown, Shirley McGiness, Phyllis Wall, Mary Alice Earhart. fl-... LOWER LEFT: Editorial Staff Art Steinman, X Susanweisenbarger, fstandingj Jon Coram, Alice 5 Marcia Bender, Editor Hicks, Gwen Anthony, Jeanne Harris. ve.: -fy' . - fx i LA rfkf ,,'N'hii1g anne ' - AU' Y ' ml: L 'ixfifi' ': ln the last two years at O.H.S., there was no school paper. At the beginning of this year our Journalism c lass decided to publish a paper. The name "EgaIe Eye" was chosen, and Kay Patterson designed the page head. "Eagle Eye" is a biweekly publication and has, in its Few short months of publication, be- come one of the leading school papers in Florida. o o X17 2fTIOf'lOl7'1 Death comes on swnft and sulent feet so vt came to our classmates Susan Audrey Myers June 20 I936 February 3 l953 Alfred Lamer Hall May I3 I937 February 6 I953 Unto God s gracuous mercy and protectnon we commut you 95 M I'lCtl015A0f5 S 1? 'iff Y Sllly Sophomoresl Chrlstmas Carolmg -l 1 W arch Nm wha Eagle Cheerleaders capture the l ' ii 11 D0 Prmcl Varslty Club ll'1ltlaIlOl'l Pals eat? Mmm! That foodl .-.' X1 1 O0 wx A Q ""'g ....,.. ---,-.-.................. - -1 buddy .J Annual troubles? v 1 X N - we -X 55 1. -0.-W-NN.: M. . .... -.. ,...r,.rr .. lx xXX I Well, looky here X You got him, Frances Three stooges? 349' X hd Moe . x OYW 0 ow KO 8' l X h wb- 5 1 i Something new? , llll L ' -'J' What? Homework? Now, rhar's a cute .imful Z a . XJ y' fu- .XX 1. No P61-klbgl Welcome to Edgew ater. K, A Above Mlss Helen Evans head of gurls physuccll educofuon sforfs to work ln her office Rught Mrs Irene Hcll head of the Ecaglette Drlll Corp Qmsw NNPQJ1 In ' Db X In ' LY IN 'S X c - ' .., 1 A 1 R J" 2 : ' I r C' O Q . - w J m N ' L N I N X 'g s 0 X Q .I 'V 5 I xx iw Z ,1 X R Nw.. 6 X r 1 IY4 Q L 'xx L x. i I j- fffk .1 my 'fl Wil 'H yb M ' 1 b Y 1' I X ' 'C , -' x QJ 'ie Xxx-X Our Coaches--Nick Borota, Charles Hlrshey, Sam Porter. SECOND ROW: Frank Lough, Paul O'Nei1. 99 223 ll me Emi gtlgi To start off a new school and a brand new football team, the Edge- water Eagles had some of the best coaches in the game. Our coaches are our friends, and we're proud of them--Sam Porter coached the Var- sity with the able assistance of Frank Lough, headlinecoach, Paul O'neil, end coach, and Charles Hirshey, as- sistant coach, whois also the Athletic Director. Nick Borota handled the coaching of the J.V's. Varsity co- ins Bowne captains this year were Seniors Derry l -cava b Voile' ' C0 me C030 Omen. Robbins and Johnie Conley, both of 6 game gb and xans for the Boafrlzl Coaches L00 whom played "heads-up" football. Making P tty Robbins: and De FIRST ROW: Charles Baetzman, Jack Reddick, Jimmy Fuqua, Skeet Connell, Johnle Conley, Derry Robbins, Kenny Hutcheson, Jimmy Conley, Lloyd Taylor, L. H. Thomas. SECOND ROW: Aubrey Little, Bill Perkins, Bobby Lane, Sammy Zittiouer, Ken Oswald, Delbert Dalrymple, Jimmy Chambers, Bob Mayo, 4' may '25 joofgaf 361171 EDGEWATER VS LANDON ln their first appearance for our new Edgewater High School, the Eagles kicked off the 1952 season by tangling with dangerous Landon Lions of Jacksonville. The "dopesters" had installed Landona two touchdown fa- vorite, but itended in a bruising O-O tie. In fact, the Eagles dominated play for most of the game, reaching the Lion three yard line once and get- ting inside the opponent's 20 yard line no less than Four times. Fumbles ru- ined our scoring chances, as they did in several games. Landon, onthe other hand, did not penetrate past our 35 yard line at any time during the game . 3:11 .J 1, 9' 0 FR C0n1 ' 1-EIT ROW ey' Bob Ma T9 RIGHT ONT ROW l yo, G : D Lane, T TO RIG!-ITl1bert Riles 61 b e rt Dah J Paul If Kell Oswal Xrnple. D Alix. ll d, err , e, Johnnie Colgmmy Chaniaobbrns' Hmm ey. amy Whif- SECONDY zeld B 1 Tommy Hallman, Jerry Denson. THIRD ROW: Coach Lough, Billy Hutsell, Walt Pync, Chuck Sawyer, Paul White, Ted Hastings, Harvey Haack, Charles Cox, Billy Whitfield, Larry Simmons, Dean Craig, Coach Porter, Coach O'Neil. glclgewa fer Zzfcifcla EDGEWATER VS CORAL GABLES A scrappy and speedy band of Cavaliers blew into town and proceeded to turn back the locals, I5-6. The Eagles held the upper hand during the first half, but the score stood 6-6. Robbins, co-captain for the Eagles, stellar lineman, suffered a head injury during the third and was removed from the game. The "Big Red" weakened in the final frame, and the surging Miamians won the game ona 58 yd sprint by Shave, ghifty Gables HB, Whitfield scored the lone Eagle touchdown by taking a lateral from Conley and thundering over from the 22 yard line. The scoring drive began on the Edgewater I8 and ended 82 yards away in the end zone. EDGEWATER VS JEFFERSON The Eagles journeyed toTampa, bent upon upsetting pre- viously unbeaten, untied, and uuseored upon Jefferson. When the smoke had cleared, the Dragons emerged with a 6-O ver- dict. It was perhaps the most heartbreaking loss suffered by the "Big Red" all season, as we completely dominated the play, except for a break which gave Jefferson possession deep in Edgewater territory. Again the Eagles swept up and down the field consistently, only to be foiled within the shadows of paydirt. Lane missed the game because ofinjuries and Conley shifted to HB. Simmons ranthe ball cluband completed sev- eral nice passing gains. Defensive line playwas ferocious, as the Dragons were held to SS yards on bothpassiizg and running. The Eagles gained over 200 yards but were unable to cash in their chances. EDGEVVATER VS MIAMI JACKSON For the first time, the Eagles met more than their match inpowerful Miami. Flashing adevastating running attack and a deadly passing game, the Generals dominated play most of the night. During the second half, the Eagles cooked up sev- eral seoring chances but lost the ball on fumbles no less than 5 times, three timeswithin the enemy IO yard line. In fact, the game ended with the ballon the one foot line in ,lax terri- torj.. The game was played in the rain in the spacious Orange Bowl before a sparee crowd of 3, OOO. A thrill in the Landon game as Paul White gains ground for Edgewater. Jim Conley is at the leftand Johnie Conley at the right. Bobby Lane is topped inthe CoralGablesgame aslohnie Conley and Jimmy Chambers come to the rescue. EDGEWATER VS LA KELAND The Eagles dropped their fourth game toan aroused Lake- land bunch, 25-2Oin awild scoring hair-raiser. Conley broke loose for a Ggyard run to the two, fromwhiehpoint Lane bulled over for the score. Lakeland scored theirfirsttwo TDs on long runs by Braunen and Davis, apairofhumaujackrabbits. White, Lane, and Conleyripped off nice gains for the locals. Defen- sive line play on the part of both teams was below par, but the offensive unit for "The Big Red" turned in commendable work. The team beganto showdefinite signs of being able to score, this was to be shovn quite forcibly in games to come. jracbfion O ln the game against Mainland of Daytona Jimmy Chambers, Larry Simmons and Derry Robbins come to stop a Mainland player. EDGEWATER VS SANFORD Sanford, sporting it's best teaminyears, invaded the Tan- gerine Bowl for a joust with the locals. After suffering frus- trating moments for almost three quarters, plus a half-dozen fumbles, the Eagles began toroll and finish up on the long end ofa 28-7 score. The locals gained almostat will against the hard hitting Seminoles, but numerous misplays spoiled several scoring bids. Sanford, led by a bounding bandy-legged half- back named Metts, jumped into a 7-0 lead, but the Eagles kept plugging away, in spite of the repeated deeds of mis- fortune to win going away. EDGEXVATER VS BRADENTUN The Monarchs-of-the-sky struck with sharpness and alert- ness to win the first game for Edgewater High, Iij-13. White took a beautiful pitch-out from Conley and sped down the side- lines for the first score from 22 yards out. Minutes later, Con- ley picked off a stray Hurricane aerial and set sail for glory land get yards away. Hastings delivered the key block that set the fleet Conley free at mid-field. Inthe final quarter, right after the visitors had chalked their only score on apdss, Bobby Lane took a neat hand-off on a kick-off and tore off 87 yards of real estate that netted another 0 points, Robbins freed the ball toter on our twenty witha crashing block and Dalrymple cleaned up the remaining pursucr at the 40. Oswald, Cham- bers, Hastings, and Connell held the visitors in check with vicious tackling most of the night. Whitfield delivered sev- eral key blocks to set our running attack in motion. EDGEXVATER VS PLA NT Now the "Big Red" was beginning to roll. Playing with su- preme confidence and team balance, the Eagles clipped highly touted Plant bythe surprising score of 26-IS. The total might have been greater, had the localswanted to really "pour it on." Completing II of I4 passesand grinding out over 200 Yards on the turf, the Eagles monopolized play throughout, although Billy Shields, Plant's all-state Fullback ripped off considerable yardage, including a 44 yard dart up the middle fOIP18Y1I'S first marker. This was truly a team victory, and it would be difficult to single out any individual stars. EDGEWATER VS MAINLAND Continuing their relentless play, the "Big Red" ground a big and bewildered Mainland team into the ground, I 5-0. The victory was more decisive than the score indicated. Defensive line play again held the enemy in check. Deadly secondary tackling was terrific, as three Mainland ball carriers left the arena-not on their own power. The Eagles were "ready" for this one and took it convincingly. Thiswas their third straight. Paul White heads for wideopen space in the Plant game with Ken Oswald, Derry Robbins, and Larry Simmons coming up to lend assistance. XJ! .1 f s X TK '11 . X x. Coach Porter, Aubrey Little, Ted Hastings, Larry Sim- mons and Lloyd Taylor talk things over. EDGEWATER EAGLES VS. BOONE BRAVES Finally the hour rolled around, and on Thanksgiving Eve the football giants of Orlando clashed head-on before a sellout mob of over II, OOO at the Tangerine Bowl. From the outset, one could sense the brutalplay that was in the offing. Hard charging lines, vicious tackling, and alert secondary work kept the dangerous SOL1tl1SiderS away from our goal. It was in the waning moments ofthe first quarter when Conley lofteda scoring heave into the waiting arms of Paul White who had glided into the end ZOr1e just ahead of the ball and the Boone defenders--Robbins promptly added the 7th point. In the third quarter, Conley faked a hand -off to Whitfield and rifled another strike to the glue- fingered White, who caught the skin on the opponent's 4D and roared the remaining distance, thanks to Dalrymple's two-way block on both halfback and safety man. Robbins again toed the extra point through the uptights. Boone reached our three yard line once, and Edgewater missed two other almost certain scoring opportunities. Final scoreg We-14, they-O. This win gave the Eagles a 5- 4-I season's record, with a 5game winning streak to take into play next season. i i mm MFL AM! SEASON SIDELIGHTS Sidelights of the season-Individualperformances, such as, Hutsell'smiraculous catch ofa pass in the Lakeland game. Chamber's reception of 7 passes in the Plant tussle. Hast- 4ng's terrific play against Boone, ditto Perkins and Robbins, Oswald's stopping Plant's Shield, time and time again. John Conley's passing and fine defensive work in Mainland game, Little's play against Landon, Linebacking ofCO11- nell in Sanford and Boone game. Whitfield and his iron- man stunts of playing practically every minute of every game, Dalrymple's two touchdowns scored in the Plant game. --All in all, it was a grand year. Outmanned in practically every game, the Eagles scrapped all the way-- and reaped their just dividends. TY , I ,iq , ,H .Q ' Ready for a practice session are, LEFT TO RIGHT, Delbert Dalrymple Derry Robbins, Ken Oswald, Bob Mayo, Bill Perkins, L. H. Thomas and Gilbert Riles. Coach Porter and the varsity as he points out basic facts about football gg , asia p f gooc! agyaorffimami ip ey P Q K 1 . ' X G' The junior varsity starting lineup. FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Kendall, Don Pollock, John Stewart, Gene Wise, Jack Fuller, Jimmy Coble, Benny White. SECOND ROW: Tommy Malcolm, Dan Perkins, Donald Spence, Fred Quance. NOT PICTURED ARE: David Bixler, Bob Clark, Dean Craig, Raymond Conrad, Kenneth Gibb, John Gill, Jack Gore, Lanny Hall, Clarence Johnson, Richard Mellon, Luke Mc- Kissack, Richard Parham, Frank Parker, Charles Patrick, Pat Patrick, John Stafford, Taylor Stewart, Jon Stine, Lew Thompson, Donald Waldrop, Jerry Wright. Edgewater High's varsity canlook forward to another season of football next year when the "Litt1e Eag1es", the J. V. 's, move up the ladder to fill the vacancies left by those who graduate on the varsity. By virtue of a successful season, the first for Edgewater's J. V. 's, the hearts of varsity coaches should be lightened. Several J. V. linemen and backs should make the grade and turn in good performances for their new coaches. The top of the ladder is only a short distance away if you strive ever faithfully to get there. Good luck in your future endeavors as varsity players, I. V. 's. Coach Borota The varsity and J. V. managers are LEFT TO RIGHT: Tom Keye, Robert Sheffer, Johnny Riggs, Hugh Jones, Richard James. I. V. RECORD J. V. 'S o Lakeland I9 Sanford I2 Lyman 26 Daytona fMainlandJ 6 Boone 7 Sanford A of-'L Coach Nick Borota QE- 19 6 6 o I3 0 R 2 ur . Qimf ,Homecoming came E? Presentzitionof the Qucenand her court was the high-point of the Plant gaine. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT ARE: Jean lylims. John Gill, Jeanne Harris, Benny White, Joyce Reynolds, Joe Kendall, Joan Qswald, Fred Quance, Alice Ravendal, Shirley Winslow, Pete Hurt, and Helene Eslrow. llomecoumig, the very first i1IELlgCWilIL'l', was truly perfect. The Eagles defeated Plant of Tampa, 20-IQ, to set the mood for the whole wonderful evening. During the h.ilf-time show, Helene Eskow was crowned queen by co-captain Derry Rob- bins. The queen is chosenby the Football te am , and her atiendants, bythe class they represent, each classliayiiig grittendants. After the crowning of the queen, co-c.ip- tain John Conley presented an autographed fn 'tball to Principal O. R. Davis in com- memoration ofthe first Homecoming. Co-captain Derry Robbins crowns Helene Eskow Homecoming Queen duringhalf-time ceremo- nies. At the conclusion of the Ceremonies, the queen and her courtwere driven around the field. Helene was escorted by Pete Hurt, senior class president. Her attendants and their escorts who were .ill from the J. V. team were Sue Butterfield, C. A. Johnson, ShirelyEnglish, Gene Wise, JeanneHarris, John Gill, Joyce Reynolds, Benny White, JorinOsw.1ld, Joe Kendall, Barbara Cald- well, Jerry Wright, Wanda Hollingsworth, Dan Perkins, Ramelle Ellis, Tommy Mal- colm, Alice Ravendal, .ind Fred Quance Co-captainJohnie Conley presents an autographed foot- An exciting moment in the game which the Eagles won ball to Principal Orville R. Davis. from Plant 26-I3 1 ,ff v. XQMJUJUJ J 4 4-4 I' if 1' ,f ' if , V7'-If AF' s 2? 2 is SQWJ U of W! W4 1 x ily 1' .if W K 4125! ,. A I f -ni ,M .L o 'Jw6!1'i'7 !A ur mmf JM CAeerLac!6? ,yi J X' We ON! FIGHT ON TO VICTORYI Joyce Reynolds, Jeanne Harris, Janet Johnson, Joan Dann, Joan Oswald, Julia Adams, Jeanne Fiedler, Ruth Woodruff. In the spring ofeach year, tryouts are held to replace the cheerleaders who are graduating. Those chosen appear at all games and pep rallies until their graduation. This group leads the student body in cheering and does much to encourage school spirit. During exciting moments of the game, the cheerleaders are ever ready to lead a cry of "We want a touch- down," or "WE want another one just like the other one." Mrs. Alike is sponsor of the cheerleaders. A ww 1.441 4' fr , up 27 , A ,A 3 fi ii fi dx 3 A 8 1 f. Q -. ,' ' A K7 . . I M A - M " 'l VA . " in Y' . I i . F 'VT W !4fA Q 5 Q r" Qv +l,' vl- VQ, K4 - x A -L H l l Nr . ! K A , , ' . .fu W' -'nfl' A U' ,N fa4,""'- .W It J , Q I ' ly I Lk . VL 7 i x ! - 'rx L.. h 4 A 1 f xv' Q "-' rnunuu:-'L -5. N , V XM' 5 A- Q .. 7 i r , , ,Lf X , Y 4 X I K,,?Xi 5 , K S L M ..LV -7 V. L .A I Mraifg gaffefdaf The first basketball team to re- EAGLES OPPONENTS present Edgewater turned in thirteen wins on a 25 game schedule with four wins and nine losses in Big Ten competition. The Eagles, coached by Charles Hirshey, were paced by their ace pivot man, Dean Craig, who tallied 302 points during the season. Craig also established the tearn's individual high score for a single game when he hit the hoop for 3l points against Landon in Jacksonville, with the team de- feating the Lions 79 to 60. Coach Hirshey started the sea- son with an inexperienced squad of boys, from which he mounled a quintet that was respected. The starting five was composed of Dean Craig, Ken Hutcheson, John Riggs, Pete Hurt, and Don Joyner during most of the season. Congratulations are in order for Dean Craig who made the Big Ten All State Second Team. Titusville Apopka Orlando St. James Oviedo Daytona Mainland Sanford Lakeland Tampa Jefferson Tampa Plant Daytona Seabreeze Ft. Lauderdale Orlando Boone Titusville Apopka Tampa Jefferson Daytona Mainland Ft. Lauderdale Jacksonville Lee Lakeland Jax Landon Tampa Plant Orlando Boone Jax Landon Daytona Sealareeze Jacksonville Lee IST ROW: Billy Blyler, Ted Zabrowski, Don Kirk. 2ND ROW: Pete Hurt Kenny Hutcheson Dean Craig Don Joyner Johnny Riggs. 3RDROW: Coach I-lirshey, Dick O'Nea1, Bill Daley, Billy Hutsell Lloyd Taylor Manager Q' tx.,- FT? ,? . .iffefdaf J . V. THEY 37 Titusville 22 30 Apopka 20 28 Mainland 31 43 Sanford 25 44 Lakeland 43 45 Seabreeze 29 32 Boone 45 53 Titusville 12 75 Apopka 49 35 St. James fVarsity1 38 51 Mainland 18 33 Lyman Warsityi 34 g 43 Lakeland 36 Edgewater rooters during an exciting moment of the Boone game. 51 Boone 45 44 St. James iVarsity1 17 47 Seabreeze 25 Edgewater's Junior Varsity Basketball squad turned in its First successful season, winning 12 games while losing 4 games through Fine playing on the part of all squad members. Outstand- ing scorers were Valdeen Carson, with 184 points and Fred Quance with 124 points. Their suc- cess was due to the other squad members setting up the piays. The Varsity squad of Edgewater can look forward to next year with renewed vigor, as the J.V . 's will be out to make top berths. IST ROW: Homer Craig, Ken Coley. 2ND ROW: Dan Perkins, Fred Quance, Ted Hastings, Hoppy Haack, Tommy Malcolm. 3RD ROW: Coach Borota, Grady Martin, Charlie Batezman, Valdeen Carson, Dave Martin. ................ . ,U Qefid 6191055 'fv- 'N ir N-J U WM, f 555--. ,gn - iifil . TheJ V Cheer p They lead the ROW: LEFT TO Hendrrx and Carole the basketball have the same dunes and responsrbrlrtles as the varsrry t J V -gam Sandra Walton their sponso es Thrs group started thelr 3CIlVlIlCS Mcbuffey, Judy Foster Sarah ,.,, , r -wer -...,k. fi' rf V ,J "f Q? i e,,,M,,1,,,, W The Golf team is one ofthe best in the state, even though it is our first year--most of the members played last year. Thus far, they have slroked up two overwhelming victories in Big Ten competitions, mak- ing our e'arly season record two wins and no losses. LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Lough, BillyWhitfield, Frank Boynton, Bobby Jones, Albert Kelly, Don Bispling- hott, Jerry Hartson, Austin Jones. 1 QQ! 4 , 'Ir- 1 ,Q . As the Odasagiah went to press, a collection of some 28 candidates were drilling daily for positions on the baseball nine. Returning lettermen were Hut- sell, seeking his third, and Riggs, White and Hurt, working toward their second award . ln order to qualify for state tour- nament, played in June, the Eagles must defeat Lakeland and Boone to gain that coveted spot. LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Charles Pat- rick, Bob Welch, John Riggs, Norman Beier, David Bixler, Sammy Zittrouer. SECOND ROW: Billy Hutsell, Derry Robins, Jimmy Connell, Ross Peeler, LarrySimmons, War- kiy' Q W' .me- fr- ,, we 'rf A : ' ' ww , x .w r , ,L is-JS733 a., f - if-,wr r Ney? I 1"fS'l'f ' Q .Y f , .. S - , N a taint' 4 P . ar, , Ll c..-"H .1 ,Wi .-Q,--. rg, f Joan Dann ren Pearson, THIRD ROWg Pete Hurt, Delbert Dalrymple, Jon Stine, Bob Crowly, Dan Perkins, Bennie White, Bill Brown. FOURTH ROW: Bruce Williams, Skip Johnson, Fred Quance, Kim Kimball, Don Kirk, Taylor Stewart, Torn Key, Coach "Rig Sam" Porter. op T 5' .gs If ff 1 ','X .i3' Lv -in, V With the return of last year's capable swim- mers and with the addition of new tryouts, the team gave all it had to let its opponents know that Edgewater was definitely in itto the finish. FIRST ROW: RICh8l'd James, Calvlll GFEIVCS. SECOND ROTV: Richard Carroll, Steve Gluckman, Charlie Kottmeier, Luther Graves. THIRD ROW: Gene Mitchell, George Neusaenger, Nolly Nance, Lonnie Cornelius, Buddy Lenox, Bob Clark, Booby Riles, Coach Borota. ir 5 , ucrdif Sportsmanship, scholarship, friendship, health, leadership, and character are the basic fundamentals on which the Girls' varsity Club is founded. Girls who have earned a minimum of thirty-five points participating in two successive in- tramural sports are eligible to join the club. Miss Evans, the sponsor, eapably supervises the activities of the club, among which are the selling of football programs at the stadium. One of the most anticipated events of the club is the out-of-town initiation. As a reward for the efforts of the girls in earning enough points tojoin thisclub, asehool letter is awarded to the new members at the initiation. OFFICERS: Frances Insana, Secretary-Trea- snrerg Ruth Jean Patton, Vice-Presidentg Miss Helen Evans, Sponsorg Jingle Poellein, Presi- dent. Our Chaperones: Miss Thomas, Miss Claudy, Miss Gordan, and Miss Evans Initiation FIRST ROW: Nancy Magarian, Laura Newell Sue Weir, C J Will'1Gh R I , . . no am, utijean Patton, Jingle Pollein. SECOND ROW: SusanW ' b fra ' f' ' eisen aroer, Kay Snehyn, Linda Shuler, Joan Sherouse, Margaret Taylor, Ruth Brown, Frances Insana, Velma Enis. , Q N V2-'Ei O J 1 ., 7 OFFICERS: JohnnieConley, vice-presi- dentg DelDalrymp1e, secretaryg PaulO'- Q 4 Neil, sponsorg Bill Whitfield, treasurerg Derry Robins, president. . afiflfy 'Ra MOTTO2 United we Standp Divided We Fall. PURPOSE: Sportsmanship and character are the basic funda- mentals on which the boys' varsity club is founded . To get into the varsity club, a boy is required to have earned at least one varsity letter. The main purpose ot the varsityclub is to assist in any of the school proiects that we are called upon to do. FIRST ROW Ren Oswald John Conley Tommy Hallman Lloyd Taylor Skeet Connell Paul White, Chazz Cox. SECOND ROW Bill Hutsell bam Zittrouer Bob Mayo JackPowell Charles Baetzman Robert Sheffer, Jimmy Cham- bers Del Dalrymplc THIRD ROW Pete Hurt Hugh Jones Johnny Riggs James Fuqua Bill Perkins, Billy Whitfield, Ted Hastings Acc Thomas Ku: fi-I'f.,:W'k-'-W' -if 'm fs mf i ' , 'i""f'if ' M ists ,Y s .f.,,- N. l ,Nc ,, .Af-. li? I! 'Ni X' fi' .Il fx 45" I 1g AS, TENNIS Even though the team is very inexperienced, they expect to go all out and be mighty hard to beat. Coach Lough is certain that he was a good boys' and girls' team that will be in the finish with Flying Red and White. BELOW, FIRST ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: Joan Forshaw, Betty Grubbs, Anita Toole, Helene Alexander, Madge Strain, Mary Jane Wark, Ramelle Ellis, PatAvera. SECOND ROW: Beverly Smith, Andrea Haugaard, Jeanette Aydelotte, Wilma Smith, Polly Montgomery, Elaine Sloane, Lois Schoaf, Henrietta Reis, Mrs. Curry. THIRD ROW: C. L. Varner, Dr. Curry, JackMette, Richard Blewitt, Dudley Nunlist, Vinson Williams, Coach Lough. M Dj ff? fl' , LLM' 6 5 , . The "Cinder" men of EHS are going all out to make this first year or track mtniorablt Thtx have dashed hard and done much in making the name of Edgtw attr will ltnown in tht statt toni petion. , W, ROW: BillyBrown, BobMayo, Rod Glen, Wilbur Drotgc Larry Dtant THIRD ROW lthnit C onl x ' ',.u cy ,v ,xx,," Derry Robbins, Paul White, Charlie Bat-tzman Tolniny M lltolrn lxtn Oswald . A 'nf' 's--'I ..,, . - v , 4: ,Z - atrlwiwff' , no "- im' ' , - ' I . ' wr J FIRST ROW: Cl1azzCox, David Barker, Harry Whitaker Charlit NN ard Billx Xlttxnort wht UND , Q vt get E . .f W 'E - , .,-.. ya ' Kf,. ff 1 Q , ' , Q' 1' Vt, ,VIA wwf.-"" . C Q ' f Q sl A , .L Kl,4 lg N f ' 'Q f .., "3 fxaff x, L ' " ' ig1ir:jgfi?', , ff H 2' -, 15,97 . 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I For the Finest WOOD and METALWORKING EQUIPMENT xpff We help you Save Tnme Money Space Headaches because we stock over 30 000 types of Items From more than 750 Natronally Known Manufacturers full your lndustrual buylng needs Hfllllll I' l00 W Llvlngston Ave Orlando Fla Servmg Your lndustrual Supply Needs Slnce l9O0 llTWMAS'Vl A T ,fl Of . . Its 1, 'V l F' cj-' . , ELA E I :inf . lll, I C. Out of the Past ,I I 1 LI., !,,fff',! '4-v.., -., - If ' . 4 1 I V 1 rf' l gm .gzruezi Kea! Coda 01245. Souru Qrnnnrlc QOmPnnY oRLANoo WINTER PARK 6 Compliments "Clean Clothes Craftsmen" I 600 North Garland Slreef l" Phone 2-3135 1 1 . . 1 , , ' I l 1 . 1 ' STERCHI BROS. STORES, INC 440-446 N. Orange Ave. Orlando, Florida Best Wishes From A FRIE ND V It f Q! A A 1 v V I u - I V' 4 ,milf It H, wr f Jil? B ' l' f . , ' i, 'l Q 1 poiogicssto Poetess Stein. p I A1059 mayitmc enctiessiy a rosep Jiotm is more tiian just,a iota. I i ' 'A A join is aliving. .1 So wiicn you iooie tor a join, you want sccurity, good pay, assurance ot raises anti opportunity to actvancc. Tcicpiionc girls tinct ati tiicsc tiiings anct more in interesting anti important jotms in a growing inctustry. Xwtiy not come in anct tails witti us atmout a position at tile Tciepiione Conipany? 1 THE TELEPHCDNE COMPANY IS A GCDOD PLACE 10 WCDRK Wxfix X. -ir Wig KennethA Barker LesterA Harrus Attorney H C Ingram JohnG Marsh DuncanT McEwan Grady Page RogerE Phnllnps JosephG Seltzer ThomasE Truplett CPA Vaughan 8.Co Prunters Aclvertnsers Mr W K Whutfneid Jr Attorney Max and Betty Kaplan Accountants fflf Richard Sims and James Bruner, Photography Editors. as ... a...-r an - f......, ii an .-W' - ABOVE: Carolyn Pollak and Bob Ko eck, Bus- --...L C iness Managers. RIGHT: Kay Patterson, Debbie Mosher, Colford, Art and Layout Editors. .li Typing Editor. The year is over--now, we can heave a sigh of relief. Joyce, Nancy, and Arlene have stopped trying to find the right word and someone to type the copy. The photographers, Richard and James, are through taking pictures. No more pictures have to be retalcen because someone moved their head or because the sun came out from behind a cloud. Carolyn and Bob have run out of money to count, and all the ads are in. No more last minute changes in layout and no more artwork mean that Kay, Debbie, and Joe can now take a rest. We are proud of our annual and proud of the co-operation of the student body. For this is the first Odasagiah--the first annual in what we feel sure will become a tradition of fine annuals. The entire staff has worked hard--at times we've been discouraged, but when someone or some group has been particularly helpful, we've been on top of the world . Nothing can be perfect, but we've Odasagiah almost so. 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