Edgewater High School - Odasagiah Yearbook (Orlando, FL)
- Class of 1957
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Our history books tell us that the pyramids
of Egypt are the mightiest and most long-
Iived man-made structures in existence today.
Through the many centuries they have en-
dured, for no other reason than the fact that
their foundations are almost indestructible.
Edgewater, like these wonders of the past,
is being erected firmly and strongly on a
framework of tradition. Though a compara-
tively young school Edgewater has been build-
ing steadily, laying stone upon stone. As the
framework of tradition mounts in stature, so
grows the school.
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A NEW TRADITION established in l956, the morning
flag-raising, has become an integral part of Edgewater.
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"Shake, rattle, and roll, fighting Eagles." Yes,
the deafening roar ofthe enthusiastic Eagle rooters
thunder loudly across the spacious gridiron. Edge-
water has a strong reputation for backing her gal-
lant teams to the hilt. Follow the team. lt is a
tradition that Eagle backers pack up at least once
a year to travel with her football team into alien
As the year rolls on, basketball, track, and base-
ball take over the limelight, but important too are
the wild minor sport games fought daily in the
rough and tumble gym classes. The world of sports
belongs to the whole student body. Everyone from
the puniest sophomore girl with nothing but spirit,
to the hefty senior fullback on the football squad
is an important part of sports at Edgewater.
BEAUTIFULLY GOWNED attendants and their escorts, representing each of the three classes form an arsle for the traditional Homecoming Queen
Busily buzzing bees, scurrying to endless meet-
ings, iam sessions and rehearsals-these are the
active fun-loving students of Edgewater. Clubs
galore furnish the energetic Eagleite with the
opportunity of taking part in worthwhile projects
and activities along lines most interesting to him.
Also appealing to many are the gala dances
offered intermittently throughout the entire year,
the rousing pep rallies, inspiring assemblies and
mighty athletic contests which traditionally fill the
year at Edgewater. The name, Edgewater, signifies
not iust a hollow place of work and study, but a
home away from home providing security and a
sense of belonging to her students.
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The Junior-Senior Prom, the Faculty Tea, and the
Homecoming Dance are all traditions establisheduby
the classes-and all traditions cherished as a part of
From bright-eyed sophomores, standing on the thres-
hold of a new and exciting experience, to alert iuniors,
entering into the multitude of activities with enthusi-
asm and vigor, to aspiring seniors with eyes on the
shining future, each firm and unmovable step is built.
For year after year, class after class, ideas are initiated
which will, if worthy, become new traditions-traditions
that will hold an important place at Edgewater and will
not soon be forgotten by her many students.
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Nancy Taylor, Treasurer, and Bill Wright, Presi-
dent, sway to the sweet strains of music at the
traditional Junior-Senior Prom, Margaret Adams,
Secretary, and Mark Gluckman, Vice-President,
speak to Mrs. Holbrook, Class Sponsor, as they
go dancing by.
THE SENIOR CLASS
As leaves turned to red and gold, we, the class of
'57, began our final year at Edgewater. The excite-
ment of being a senior was realized with the ordering
of rings, name cards, announcements and measuring
for caps and gowns.
The weeks flew as we prepared for the traditional
Senior Fashion Show and Class Day. Fashion and
fancy were beautifully depicted in the Skyroom of
the Angebilt Hotel.
Christmas was here and gone and it was l957 and
fair time. Hamburgers and hotdogs sizzled in the
senior booth at the fair.
FRED ACREE: Transferred. BARBARA ADAMS. BETTY ADAMS:
Glee Club '55, '56, '57, Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57, Red Cross '55, '56,
Student Council '55, Sophomore Carnival '55. MARGARET
ADAMS: Sr. Class Secretary '57, Varsity Cheerleader '57, J. V.
Cheerleader '56, Graduation Usher '56, Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57, Future
F. ADAMS, B. ADAMS,
Everyone will long remember the Junior-Senior
Prom. Hearts were light and gay as nimble feet glided
over the floor to strains of sweet music. ln years to
come our hearts will dance again as we think of this
As the time for baccalaureate drew near, there was
sorrow in the hearts of all. Graduation ceremonies
were viewed through misty eyes as our years at Edge-
water became cherished memories. As we heard the
last strains of Pomp and Circumstance, we realized
we were no longer citizens of Edgewater but of the
Nurses '56, '57, Student Council '55, E Gals '55, Sweetheart
Contest '56, '57. MELINDA LEIGH ADAMS: Sophomore Council
'55, Student Assistant '55, Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57, Office Assistant '56,
'57, Gregg Writers '56, '57, KPresident '57l,
ADAMS, M. ADAMS, M.
AIKEN, G. AKERMAN, E. AKINS, R. ALDERMAN, B. ALDERMAN T
ALDORA, B. ALGEE, B. ALLEN, D. AMMERMAN, F. ANDERSON, B
WE FIND OURSELVES SENIORS AT LA
GRADY AIKEN. EMORY AKERMAN: Transferred from
Coral Gables High '56, Varsity Football '57, Varsity
Track '56, '57, Stage Crew '56, Safety Council '56, '57,
ROY ALEXANDER AKINS, JR.: Band '55, '56, D.C.T.
American Club '56, Future Teachers '56. LINDA
ANDERSON: J. V. Cheerleader '55, '56, Pep Club '55,
'57, Tri-Hi-Y '55, '56, Homecoming Attendant '55, '56,
Homecoming Queen '57, Sweetheart Contest '55, '56,
'57. BARBARA ALDERMAN: Band '55, '56, Majorette
'55, '56 iCo-Captain '56l, Assembly Council '55. TRACY
ALDERMAN: Sophomore Council '55, Student Council
'55, "The Perfect Gentleman" '55, Pep Club '56, Bond
'55, '56, '57. BEVERLY ALDORA: Latin Club '55, '56,
'57, F.H.A. '56, '57, Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57, Art Club '56,
'57. BILL ALGEE: Band '55, '56, '57. DOROTHY ALLEN:
Band '55, '56, Future Nurses '56, '57, Latin Club '56.
FRANK AMMERMAN. BARBARA ANDERSON: Campus
Crusaders '56, '57 lVice-Presidentl, Tri-Hi-Y '57, Pan
'57, Graduation Usher '56, Varsity Cheerleader Co-
Captain '57, CLIFFORD ANDREWS. PHYLL ANTHONY:
Choral Society '55, '56, '57, E-Gals '55, Girls' Varsity
Club '55, '56, '57 iSecretary '56l, Student Assistant '56.
BILL AVERA: Key Club '55, '56, Latin Club '55, Sports-
man Club '56, Bi-Phy-Chem '57. DAVID GEORGE
BALLENTINE: Eagleaires '55, Photography Club '56,
'57, l-li-Y '57. GENE BANDY: Tri-Hi-Y '55, '56, '57
Choralaires '56, Choral Society '56, FFA. Sweetheart
Contest '56, Future Nurses Club '56.
ANDREWS, C. ANTHONY, P. AVERA, B. BALLENTINE, D.
BARBER, E. BARBER, E.
BARNES, M. BARNETT, J.
BARNHILL, B. BARRINGTON, J. BASS, B. BAUER, J.
THE ARRIVAL OF SENIOR CLASS RINGS
ELLIOTT BARBER: Art Club '55, '56, '57, Reporter '56, '57,
Campus Crusaders '55, '56, Student Assistant '55, '56, '57.
EVELYN BARBER. LAMAR BARBER: F.F.A, '55, '56, D.C.T. '57.
MARGARET BARNES: Honor Society '56, '57, Secretary of Future
Teachers '56, '57, Latin Club '55, '56, Gregg Writers '56, '57,
Tri-l-li-Y '56, Torch Society '55, '56 lSecretary '55l, Office
Assistant '56, '57, JAMES BARNETT. BRUCE BARNHILL: J. V.
Football '55, Varsity Football '56, '57, Key Club '55, '56, '57,
E Club '56 '57. JOHN BARRINGTON: Baseball '55, '56, '57, E
Club '57. BOYD BASS. JOHNNIE BAUER. KEMBLE BENNETT:
Varsity Basketball '56, '57, Swimming Team '57, E Club '57.
BEING AN OUTSTANDING SPEAKER requires work, practice and self-
anolysis as demonstrated by Buck Rogers and Joyce McKee as they
record their own voices.
PENNY PATTRILL, OUTSTANDING in her Artistic ability, paints a
striking portrait of Nancy Taylor, who is known for her ability in the
field of Music.
BERSON, L. BLOOD, L.
BORK, A. BOSSE, E.
BOYNTON, C. BRACEWELL, E. BRADLEY, J. BROWN, J.
FILL THE AIR WITH EXCITEMENT.
LINDA BERSON: Sophomore Council '55, Chorolaires '55,
'56, Tri-I-li-Y '57, LEWIS BLOOD. ALLEN BORK: Honor
Society '56, '57, Key Club '55, '56, '57, Student Council
'55, Torch Society '55, '56, Junior Council '56, Sopho-
more Council '55, Band '55, Junior Clciss Day '56. ED-
WARD BOSSE. PAUL RICHARD BOWAN: Baseball '55,
'56, '57, D,C,T, '56, '57. CHARLES CLINTON BOYN-
TON: F.F.A. '55. EVELYN BRACEWELL: Eaglettes '55,
Tri-I-li-Y '56, Future Nurses '56, F.l-l.A. '57, Campus
Crusaders '56, '57 lPresident '57l. JUDY BRADLEY:
J, V. Cheerleoder '56, Varsity Cheerleader '57, Home-
coming Attendant '56, Sweetheort Contest '55, Gradua-
BUSHMAN, J. BUSHMAN, J.
tion Usher '56, Tri-Hi-Y '55, '56, '57, Thespians '56, '57,
Student Council '55, Art Club '55, '56. JOHN BROWN:
Student Council '55, Jr. Red Cross '55, Junior Council
'56, Hi-Y '56, '57. JOHN RANDOLPH BRYAN. WANDA
BRYANT: Choral Society '55, '56. JIMMY BUSHMAN:
Student Assistant '57. JUDY BUSHMAN: Choral Society
'55, Gregg Writers '55, '56, '57 lSecretary '57l, Office
Assistant '56, '57. ROBERT BUTLER. GAYLE BYNUM:
Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57 lTreasurer '57?, F.T.A. '56, '57,
Choral Society '55, Junior Class Day '56, Delegate to
Blue Ridge Conference '57, LEE CARPENTER: Bond '56.
BUTLER, R. BYNUM, G.
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COOPER, J. COPPEDGE, W. COSSIN, P. COWEN, S.
JOHN COOPER: Campus Crusaders '56, '57. WINNIE
COPPEDGE: Safety Council '56, '57 fVice-President '56,
Treasurer '57J, Tri-I-li-Y '56, F.T.A, '56, PATRICIA
COSSIN: Varsity Cheerleader Captain '57, Junior Varsity
Cheerleader '55, '56, E.l-l,S, Sweetheart '57 Homecoming
Attendant '57, Student Council Treasurer '57, Tri-Hi-Y
'56, Choral Society '55, Future Nurses '56. SIBYL
COWEN: Library Council '57, F.T.A, '56, '57, Drill Team
'56, Latin Club '56, EDWIN DAVID COX: "Our Town"
'56, Civitan Club '56, '57, Jr. Red Cross '56, '57. CAROL
CRIST: Color Guard '55, '56, '57 lCaptain '56, '57I,
Eaglettes '55. FAY CROUT: Campus Crusaders '57,
Music '55, '56, E-Gals '55, Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57, Eagle Eye
'56, Jr. Red Cross '56, F.H.A. '57. SUZANNE DANIEL:
Council '55, '56, Tri-Hi-Y '56, Red Cross '56, DON
DAVIDSON: Transferred from Brounstawn, Indiana '56,
JANET DAVIS. JOANN DAVIS: Future Nurses '56, '57.
CHARLOTTE DAVIDSON: Student Council '57, Tri-Hi-Y
'56, '57, Gregg Writers '56, '57 lVice-President '57I,
F.l-l,A. '57, Student Assistant '57, Office Assistant '56,
Glee Club '55. LYNN DE ANGELIS: Latin Club '55, '56,
'57 lPresident '56I, Library Council '56, '57, Future
Nurses '56, '57 CPresident '57I. VERA DEEN: Jr. Red
Cross '55. GWEN DERRICK: E-Gals '55, Choral Society
'55, J. V. Cheerleader '55, Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57, Future
Nurses '55, '56, Office Assistant '56, '57, Graduation
Usher '56, Junior Class Day '56, Senior Class Day '57.
JOAN DIAL: Student Council '55, '57, Torch Society
Majorette '55, '56, Band '55, '56, Sweetheart Contest '55, Choralaires '55, '56, Honor Society '56, '57, Latin
'55, F.F.A, Sweetheart Contest '56, F.H.A. '57, Student Club '56, Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57. '
SENIOR CLASS DA AT DICKSON AND VE
CROUT, F. DANIEL, S. DAVIDSON, D. DAVIS, J. DAVIS, J.
DAVISON, C. DE ANGELIS, L. DEEN, V. DERRICK, G. DIAL, J.
THIS FRIENDLY PAIR, John McKnight and Norma Harrison, laugh
over a good one between classes.
GEORGE FAIR: Safety Council '55, '56, '57. CAROLYN
FENNELL: Office Assistance '56, '57, Latin Club '55,
Choral Society '55. MARTHA FILLYAW: Choral Society '55, '56,
Jr. Red Cross '55, E Gals '55, Campus Crusaders '56, D.C.T. '57.
SUSAN FISCHER: Tri-I-li-Y '56, '57 ITreasurer '56, Vice-President
'56J, Thespians '55, '56, '57 lScribe '56, President '57l, Latin
Club '55 fSecretaryl, F.T.A, '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '56, "lr-ligln
RINGS VISIONS OF GRA
FAIR, G. FENNELL, C. FILLYAW, M.
FLANAGAN, P. FLANDERS, J, FLEMMING, S.
Window" '56. PATRICIA JEAN FISHER. PAT FLANAGAN
I-Ii-Y '55, '56, '57, Blue Ridge '56, Band '55, '56 Dance Band '56
Sophomore Council '55. JACK FLANDERS: SANDY FLEMMING
Assembly Council '55, Pan American Club '55, Safety Council '56
'57, Future Nurses '56, Eagle Eye '56, '57 CExcl1ange Editor '56
'57l, Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57, Blue Ridge '56, ALBERT FREEMAN
Football '55, '56, Track '55, '56. JOE FULLER.
he ,raw 1 I ,.
SCHOOL SPIRIT AND PEP is created, maintained, and extended
throughout Edgewater by the vigor of Linda Anderson and Pat Cossin
FISCHER, S. FISHER P
FREEMAN, A. FULLER J
HAMILTON, J. HARLAN, R. HARLIN, N. HARPER, A. HARRISON, A,
HARRISON, II. HARRISON, N. HARTMAN, w. HAUGAARD, J. HEATH, D.
EVERYONE WITH MINGLED FEELINGS...
JAMES HAMILTON. PAT HARLAN: Band '55, '56,
NANCY HARLIN: Torch Society '55, '56, '57, Latin
Club '55, '56, '57, Eagle Eye '57, Junior Class Day '56,
Choral Society '55, ANNETTE HARPER: Gregg Writers
'55, '56, '57 CTreasurer '57J, Office Assistant '55, '56,
'57, Student Assistant '57, ANN LORITA HARRISON:
Radio Club '56, Jr. Red Cross '56, Gregg Writers '57.
BRYANT HARRISON: Radio Club '55. NORMA HARRI-
SON: J. V. Cheerleader '55, Torch Society '55, '56, As-
sembly Council '55, Cheerleader '56, Tri-Hi-Y Sgt.-at-
Arms '56, Alt. Cheerleader '57, Honor Society '57,
Student Council '57, Assembly Council '57. WILLIAM
HARTMAN. JUDY HAUGAARD: Band '55, Sweetheart
HENDRICKS, A. HENRY, E.
Contest '55, '56, '57, Tri-l-li-Y '56, Jr. Red Cross '55,
Band '56, DICK HEATH: Choraires '57, Eagleaires '56,
'57, Music Clinic '56, District '56, State '56, Choral
Society '56, '57. WILLIAM HEATH: Torch Society '55,
'56, '57, Student Council '56, Hi-Y Vice-President '57,
Odasagiah Business Staff '57. ALBERT HENDRICKS:
Band '55, '56, '57 lCaptain '57l, Student Council '56,
Civitan Club '55, '56, Dance Band Leader '57, ELMER
HENRY: Junior Council '56, Jr. Civitan '55, '56, '57,
Band '55, '56, '57, Track '57. GENE HERRING.
GEORGE HEUNISCH: Band '55, '56 '57. TOMMY HEY-
WARD: Safety Council '55, '56, '57, Student Assistant
'55, '56, Jr. Civitan '55, '56, '57.
HERRING, G. HEUNISCH, G.
HOLT, K. HOLMES, M. HODGES, A.
HOGAN, .l. HOEFLER, R. HOLLWAY, C.
SIZZLING HAMBURGERS BECKO
ALYCE HODGES: Eaglettes '55, '56, Glee Club '55, '56. ROBERT
HOEFLER: Choral Society '55, D,C.T, '55, '56, Student Council
'55. JUDY HOGAN: Student Council '56, '57, Tri-Hi-Y '56,
D.C.T, '57, Pep Club '57, Glee Cfub '55, Student Assistant '56.
MARGIE HOGAN: Glee Club '55, F.H.A. '56, '57. DONNA HOLL:
F.T.A. '55, Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57, Student Assistant '56, '57, Visual
Aids Secretary '56, '57, Junior Class Day '56. CLARK HOLLWAY:
HOLL, D. HOGAN, M.
HORNE, L. HOUGH, H.
Football '55, Sophomore Council '55, D.C.T. '56, Hi-Y '56.
MYRON HOLMES: Latin Club '55, Civitan '56. KENNETH HOLT.
LINDA HORNE: Band '55, '56, '57, Student Council '57, Queen
ot Eagle Band '57, Model tor Senior Class Day '57, Red Cross '56,
Future Nurses '56. HARRY HOUGH: Baseball '56, '57, J. V.
Football '56, Band '55.
"WE'VE PLOUGHED THROUGH tons and stacks of books . . . '
Carol Schlichenmaier and Laurie Hurtubise, tops in Composition,
glean new ideas for a theme.
FRIENDLY, smart, peppy-Best-All-Round are Sissy Sellers ond Jon
Johnson who have a great time barbecuing at a friendly get-together.
HOWARD, P. HUDGINS, J. HUEBNER, J. HUFFMAN, Y. HUNTER, B.
HUNTER, P, HURLEY, J. HURST, G. HURTUBISE, L. HUTCHESON,
PAUL HOWARD: Varsity Football '55, '56, '57, Track
'55, '56, E Club '55, '56, '57, F.F.A. '57. JAMES
HUDGINS. JACK HUEBNER: Eagleaires '55, '56, '57,
Choralaires '55, '56, '57, Choral Society '55, '56, '57,
Junior Council '56, Student Council '56, '57, "When
You Were Sweet Sixteen" '56, "Chimes of Normandy"
'57. YVONNE HUFFMAN: BROWARD HUNTER: Music
'55, '56, Photography Club '57. PATTI HUNTER: Thes-
pians '55, '56, '57 Nice-President '57l, "Beware the
Bear", Choral Society '56, '57, E-Gals '56, '57, JANE
HURLEY: Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57 fVice-President '56l, Future
Nurses '56, '57 lChaplain '57J, Senior Council '57, F.F.A.
Sweetheart Contest '55, Junior Class Day '56, Choral
Society '55, Eagle Eye '57. GWEN HURST: Glee Club '55,
'56, Pep Club '56. LAUREEN HURTUBIIE: Tri-Hi-Y '56,
ITHIER, T. JACKSON, E.
OWDS TO THE SENIOR FAIR BOO
'57, Future Nurses '56, '57 tSgt.eat-Arms '57l, Thespians
'57, "Best Foot Forward" '57, "Roughly Speaking" '55,
Safety Council '56, '57, Latin Club '56, Junior Class
Day '56. JIMMY HUTCHESON: Civitan '56, '57 tSecre-
tary '56, President '57J, Odasagiah '57, Student Council
'55, '56, Student Assistant '55, '57. DONNA JO IRICK:
Drill Team '55, Sweetheart Contest '55, Library Council
'56, Graduation Usher '56, D.C.T. '57. THOMAS ITHIER.
EVERETT LAMAR JACKSON: Hi-Y '56, '57, Track '56.
LINDA JAMES: Library Council '56, '57 fPresident '57l,
Safety Council '56, Tri-Hi-Y '56. PHILIP JENKINS:
Band '55, '56, Baseball '55, '56, Bi-Phy-Chem '56, '57,
Junior Council '56. BETTY ANN JENKKNS: Transferred
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JANE LAWLOR: Choral Society '55, F.N.A. '56. ELIZA-
BETH LAYDEN: Tri-l-li-Y '56, '57 lVice'President '57J,
F.T.A. '55, '56, '57 lPresident '56, '57l, Choralaires '56,
Blue Ridge '56, Latin Club '56, '57, Junior Class Day '56,
Choral Society '55, '56, Glee Club '55, NANCY LAY-
MAN: Choral Society '55, '56, Tri-Hi-Y '55, '56, '57,
Future Nurses '55, '56, Graduation Usher '56, Jr. Red
Cross '55, Junior Class Day '56, Senior Class Day '57,
E-Gals '55, '56, '57. BILL LEACH: Civitan Club '56, '57,
Track '56, Swimming Team '56, Weight Lifting '57.
VELMA LEE. WILLIAM LEMMON: Cross Country '55,
Swimming '55, '56, Football '56, Track '56, RICHARD
LEWIS, DARLENE LIGHTFOOT: Gregg wrsiefs '56, '57,
Choralaires '57, Lead in "Chimes of Normandy" '57,
President of E'Gals '57. BOBBY LOCK: J. V. Football
LAYMAN, N. LEACH, B,
'55, Choral Society '55, Varsity Football '56, Student
Council '57, D.C.T. '57. GENE LONG: Transferred from
Columbus, Georgia '55, Varsity Basketball '56, '57,
Choral Society '56, '57, Baseball '57. HAZEL LOTT.
PATRICIA ANNETTE LUKE: Gregg Writers '56, Library
Council '56, Odasagiah Business Staff Treasurer '57.
CAROLYN LUKER: Transferred from Tampa Jefferson
'55, Art Club '56, '57 lpresident '57J, Eagle Eye Staff
Artist '57, Tri-Hi-Y '56, Spotlight Seekers '56, '57, Jr.
Red Cross '56, '57, F.H,A, '57. VICKY ANNE LUND-
BERG: Editor-in-Chief of Eagle Eye '56, '57, Quill and
Scroll '56, '57 lVice-President '57J, Latin Club '55, '56,
'57, Bi-Phy-Chem '57, Jr. Red Cross '56, Junior Class
ENIORS WITH TRADITIONAL BREAKFAST
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Day '56 JoAN LUNDEQUAM: D.C.T. '56, '57, Choral Lfffv-
socaefy '55, sfudem Assistant '57. Jovcs LUNDEQUAM. LEMMON W
LOCK, B. LONG. G. LoTT, H.
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SYLVIA PETERS AND VICKY LUNDBERG, Journalism leaders, com-
pare notes against a background of awards and achievements.
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dent Assistant '56, '57, Book Store Worker '56, '57. MONROE
MAULDIN. IDA LOU MAYHEW: J. V, Cheerleader Captain '56,
Latin Club '56, F.F,A. Sweetheart Contest '56, Future Nurses '56,
Choral Society '55, '56, '57, Sweetheart Contest '56, Tri-l-li-Y '55,
'56, '57. CHARLES MAYNARD: J. V. Football '55. SUE MEADOR:
INEZ WESTGATE AND BUDDY PATTON receive recognition for
Scholarship from Principal Orville Davis on Awards Day.
Gregg Writers '55, '56, '57 iSgt.-ot-Arms '57J, Choral Society '55,
Student Assistant '57. SANDRA MERRITT: Torch Society '55,
Chorol Society '55, '56, Sophomore Council '55, Junior Council
'56, Sweetheart Contest '56, Trifl-li-Y '56, '57. JOHNNY
MILLER: Hi-Y '55, Glee Club '55, '56, '57. ALLEN MILLS.
MARGARET ANN MITCHELL: F.N.A. '57, Tri-Hi-Y '57, F.H.A. '57.
TRULY A MOMENT TO REMEMBER
MARTIN, R. MASLAR, B.
MEADOR, S. MERRITT, S.
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ORAM, E. OWENS, W. PAICE, R. PAIT, S. V PAREDES, T.
PARTLOW, D. PATIRY, M. A. PATRICK, E. PATRICK, P. PATTERSON, L.
AS ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE ORDERED.
EDDIE ORAM: Basketball '55, '56, '57, Band '55, '56,
'57, Track '55, Choral Society '55, THOMAS WAYNE
Ke Club '56, '57. HARRY PATTON: Honor Society '56,
lPresident '57l, Odasagiah Staff Sports Editor '56,
OWENS. ROBERT PAICE: Safety Council '56, D.C.T. '56.
SHIRLEY ANN PAIT: Choral Society '55, '56, '57, E-Gals
'55, '56, '57, Choralaires '56, Treasurer of Choral Society
'57, Student Assistant '57. TONY PAREDES: Sophomore
Council '55, Torch Society '55, '56, Choral Society '55,
Pep Club '55. DAVE PARTLOW: Odosagiah '55, Pan
American '55, '56, Key Club '56, '57 lTreasurer '57l,
Bi-Phy-Chem '56, '57 lVice-President '57l. MARY ANN
PATIRY: Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57, Gregg Writers '57. ELIZA-
BETH PATRICK. PATRICIA ANN PATRICK: Band '55,
'56, Latin Club '56. LINDY PATTERSON. ERV PATTON:
PENNY PATTRILL: Torch Society '55, '56, Honor
Soc ety '56, '57, Art Club '55, Safety Council '55, Tri!
I-li-Y '56, '57, Junior Class Day '56, Junior Council
'56, Odasagiah '57, Pep Club '57 lSecretary-Treasurer
'57l. PATRICIA PAUL: D.C.T. '56, '57 lTreasurer '56,
'57l. MARY JO PEIRSOL: Choral Society '55, '56, '57,
Choralaires '56, E-Gals '55, '56, '57, "Chimes of Nor-
mandy" '57, State Music Clinic '56, District and State
Competition '56, '57. DON PETERS: Glee Club '55, Art
'57, Quill and Scroll '56, '57, Pep Club '55, Boys State
PATTON, H. PATTRILL, P. PAUL, P. PEIRSOL, M. J.
PETERS, S. PICKRON, B. PICKRON P
POLLACK, W. POLLARD L. PRICE L
SYLVIA PETERS: Odasagiah '56, '57 CPhotography Editor '56,
Editor '57J, Honor Society '56, '57 CVice-President '57l, Torch
Society '55, Quill and Scroll '56, '57 fPresident '57l, French
Club '55, '56 fSecretary '56J, BUDDY PICKRON: Transferred from
Nicholls, Georgia '56. PEGGY PICKRON: Tri-Hi-Y '55, '56, Jr.
Red Cross '56, Campus Crusaders '56, Safety Council '56. FRANK
PIGNONE Key Club '55, '56, '57, Junior Council '65, Varsity Foot-
ball '57, BONNIE PIKE: Majorette '55, '56, Band '55, '56, J .
" L THE WORLD'S A STAGE . . ." is demonstrated by Mary Jane
train and Susan Fischer as they display their outstanding Dramatic
PIGNONE F PIKE B
Red Cross '55, Art Club '55, '56, F.H.A. '57, Safety Council '57,
Latin Club '55, State Twirling Contest '55, Variety Show '55,
Minstrel Show '56. WILLIAM POLLACK. LINDA POLLARD:
Transferred from Wildinsburg Senior High '56, Photography Club
'57, LINDA PRICE: Transferred from Great Neck High School '56,
Tri-Hi-Y '57. LEONARD PUGH. JANET MAE PYLE: F.H.A. '57,
THE WHITE CANDLE of Character is lighted by Nina Shuler as
Louronne Cash lights the yellow candle of Citizenship during the
traditional Honor Society tapping program.
RACHTMAN, P. RAYBORN, H. REDNER, M. REDNER, P. REINARD, K
REYNOLDS, P. RHODES, Y. RICE, R. RICH, J. ROBBINS, J
THOSE ALL-IMPORTANT SENIOR EXAMS .
PETE RACHTMAN: Safety Council '55, Radio Club '56,
N.F.L. '56, '57, Weight Lifting '57, Eagle Eye '57.
HAROLD RAYBORN. MILLICENT REDNER: Jr. Red Cross
'55, '56, '57, Art Club '55, Spotlight Seekers '55, '56,
'57, Eagleaires '55, '56, '57 lPresident '57l. JERRY
WILLIAM RICH: Torch Society '55, '56, '57, Latin Club
'55, '56, '57, Bi-Phy-Chem '57. JUDY ROBBINS.
BONNIE ROBINSON: Choral Society '55, E-Gals '55, Tri-
Hi-Y '56, '57, Safety Council '55, '56, Junior Class Day
Thespians '56, '57 lSecretary '57J, "Beware the Bear"
'56, PHOEBE REDNER: Glee Club '55, Eagle Eye '56, '57
lAssociate Editor '57J, Spotlight Seekers '55, '56, Thes-
pians '56, '57, Quill and Scroll '56, '57, Jr, Red Cross
'57, "The Fighting Littles" '56, KEN REINARD: Chorus
'55, J. V. Basketball '55. PAT REYNOLDS: Tri-Hi-Y '56,
Art Club '56, '57, Spotlight Seekers '56, '57, Jr. Red
Cross '57, F.H.A. '57, Safety Council '57, Dean's As-
sistant '57. YVONNE RHODES: D.C.T. '57. ROBERT
RICE: Choral Society '55, '56, '57, Choralaires '55, '56,
'56, Sweetheart Contest '55, '56, Graduation Usher '56,
Student Council '56, '57, Assembly Council '56, '57,
Future Nurses '56. SHERRY ROBINSON: Choral Society
'55, Latin Club '55, Graduation Usher '56, HENRY
RODDENBERRY. ARTHUR ROGERS: N.F.L, '55, '56, '57
CSecretary '56, President '57l, Jr, Optimists '56, '57
lPresident '56J, Torch Society '55, Honor Society '56,
'57, Operator of Sound System '55, '56, '57, JAMES
ARTHUR ROOT. ROBERT RUSSELL.
ROBINSON, S. RODDENBERRY, H. ROGERS, A. ROOT, .'
SMITH, C. SMITH, H.
CAROLYN SMITH: Band '55, '56, '57, Tri-Hi-Y '55, '56,
'57, Art Club '55, F.H.A, '56, '57, Campus Crusaders
'56, '57, Junior Class Day '56. HARVEY SMITH. MAR-
LENE SMITH: Transferred from Apopka High School '56,
Junior Class Day '56, Senior Class Day '57, PAT SMITH:
Student Council '55, Art Club '55, '56, '57, Safety
Council '55, '56, Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57, J. V. Cheerleader
'56, Future Nurses '56, Jr, Red Crass '56, Pan American
'55, Assembly Council '56. JUDY SMUCKER: Choral
Society '55, '56, Choralaires '55, '56, Eagle Eye fAsso-
ciate Editorial Editor '56, News Editor '57J, F.H.A. '56
'57 tl-listorian '57D, Campus Crusaders '55, '56, '57
MARILYN SOULE: Choral Society '55, Tri-Hi-Y '56,
Future Nurses '56, Jr. Red Cross '56, Band '56, '57,
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BOY SOYARS: Torch Society '55, '56, Bi-Phy-Chem '57,
GERALD SPARKS. JIMMIE LOU SPARKS: D.C,T. '56,
Choral Society '55. EVELYN SPINKS: Maiorette '55, '56,
Band '55, '56, Student Assistant '56, '57, Vice-President
of F.T.A. '57, Latin Club '56, '57, Tri-Hi-Y '56, '57,
Safety Council '56. DAVID SQUIRES: Student Assistant
'55, '56, Art Club '55, '56, '57, Monitor '55, '56,
D.C,T. '57, Bible Club '55, '56. KAY STARLING.
TOMMY STEELE. FRED STEINMEIR: Safety Council '56,
Glee Club '56, '57, DAVID STEWART: Band '55, '56,
'57, Dance Band '57, MARY ELLEN STEWART: Color
Guard '57, Campus Crusaders '57, Tri-Hi-Y '56, Choral
Society '55, Eaglettes '55.
HONORING GRADUATING SENIOR GIRLS.
SOYARS, B. SPARKS, G.
STARLING, M. STEELE, T.
SPARKS, J. L. SPINKS, E.
STEINMEIER, F. STEWART, D. STEWART, M. E
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CECELIA STOCKWELL. JOE STOLTE: Visual Aids '57
CURTIS STORY: Choral Society '56, '57, Eagleaires '56
'57. MARY JANE STRAIN: Torch Society '55, Latin Club
President '55, Odasagiah '55, '56, '57, Thespians '55
'56, '57, Spotlight Seekers '55, Quill and Scroll '56, '57
NFL. '56 '57' French Club '56' F.T.A, '57. SALLY
STRECK: Gregg Writers '56, '57, D:an's Assistant '56
Student Assistant '56' Student Assistant '57. SHIRLEY
ANN STROBEL: Torch Society '55, '56, Latin Club '55
'56, E-Gals '55, Graduation Usher '56, Choralaires '55
Jr. Red Cross '56' Choral Society '55, Office Assistant
'56, '57, F.H.A. '57. DAVID STRUNK: Band '55, '56
Monitor '56 '57. JO ANNE SUMMERLIN' F.l-l.A. '56
'57 lChaplain '56, '57l, Campus Crusaders '56, '57
SUMMERLIN J. A. SUTHERLAND, A.
TAYLOR N. TER'-IUNIE, J.
STRAIN M J STRECK S
ANN SUTHERLAND Tri HiY 56 FHA 55 BOB
SWOSZOWSKI Varsity Football 56 57 J V Football
55 HiY 57 Choral Society 55 56 57 Eagleaires
55 KAREN TABORY Choral Society 55 DCT 56
57 Student Fund 57 FRED TANNLER Radio Club 55
56 Latin Club 55 56 NANCY TAYLOR Junior Class
Treasurer 56 Senior Class Treasurer 57 Girls State 56
T i Hi Y 56 57 Torch Society 55 Student Council
55 Choralaires 55 Choral Society 55 56 EGals
55 56 Blue Ridge 56 JOCELYN TERHUNE Choral
Society 55 LA RUE THOMVSON Choral Society
a ettes 55 Tri HiY 56 57 Color Guard
Campus Crusaders RALPH THOMPSON Glee Club 55
56 57 Band 55 56 57
THREE SERVICEMINDED PEOPLE, Margaret Barnes, Walter Juergen-
son, and Lynn DeAngelis, are always eager and willing to lend a hand.
JERRY THORNTON. GWEN TILSON: Tri-I-li-Y '55, '56, Glee Club
'55, '56, '57, Jr. Red Cross '56, GARY TINKLEY. RONALD
TOWNE: Track '55, '56, '57, J. V. Football '56,
NATALIE TRAVIS: Student Council '55. HELEN TRAYLOR: Stu-
dent Council '55, F.T.A. '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '56, F.F.A.
LEADERS OF TOMORROW, Mark Gluckman, Lynnwood Dunn, and
Kay Chicone, discuss their future plans after the graduation exercises.
Sweetheart Contest '56, I-leod Groduotion Usher '56, Secretory
of Student Council '57, J, V. Cheerleoder '56, HARRY TUCKER.
HUEY TYRA. CAROL UPSAL: E-Gals '55, Choral Society '55, '56,
Triel-li-Y '56, '57, Future Nurses '56, Choroloires '56, ROBERT
SENIORS AT IMPRESSIVE BACCALAUREATE.
THORNTON, J. TILSON, G.
TRAYLOR, H. TUCKER, H.
TINKLEY, G. TOWNE, R. TRAVIS, N.
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on the commg prolect are Carol Enckson vlce
president Fred Fralley treasurer Mary Wilson
sponsor Mickey Shapiro presldent Francis Fltl
patnck sponsor and Lucy Ellen Jeffries
The rumors went on parade and wnth each eager
step they ganned recognltaon both mduvndually and
as a class
Thelr second fun packed year began wrth the
of the baby eagles The posrtnon of the junnors
at Edgewater was now fnrmly establushed as they
helped the sophomores get ocquamted
The school days flew by wrth a flourish and soon
football season was well under way The bustle of
Homecoming frlled the arr wlth excnted planmng
and hurrued constructuon of floats for the annual
Homecoming parade Added thrllls were provided
by the fmal arrangements for the post game actave
tres Though a but sad over our loss to Landon
spuruts quuckly returned as the rumors managed a
haghly successful Homecomrng dance Decoratrons
were befrttmg the theme Moonlzght Serenade
What fun we had at the Knddues Dance The
ruotous contest and costume parade auded nn maknng
It a terrufuc success and of course at was for such
a worthy cause the Youth Center
Rumors of a novel basketball game now created
much Interest And what enthusrastnc spnrlt was
dlsplayed as select faculty members opposed certaln
Come and buy somethrng from me These
were words commonly heard as junnors proceeded
enthusnastucally to sell merchandlse at Ivey Day
Not only was It a worthwhule expenence to the sales
man but our treasury was expanded
The most Important event of the year the Junuor
Sensor Prom was now on the agenda All those
hours of planmng and replannung produced an
evenmg to be remembered forever The rhythmnc
musnc gorgeous decoratnons and dreamy atmos
phere helped bamsh all cares as we danced trll one
How proud we were to have been hosts for thus last
occasuon when as rumors we lead the parade
But the fanfare and the marchmg feet dued away
unto the dustance as the school year ended and we
separated for the summer to go our varnous ways
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Dowd Drxon John Dnxon
Sonja Doyle Alice DuBouse
Cee Cee Dyer John Dyer
Martha Davns Lynne Deeb Kay de Mnlly
Morgue Donley Jean Donohoe Leon Doss
Joan DuBois Steve Duckworth Barbara Duke
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Larry Gordon James Grant Janet Graves Carter Greear Jane Ellen Grrdley
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Bobby Hewitt Nancy Hildebrand Richard Hull Stanley Hall
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Klmberly Kuley Martha Krllgore
Kenneth Knott Harvey Kabrm
Llnda Llnton Dcrwln Lloyd
Carl Keenum Emrly Kelley
Barbara Kung Margaret Kinney
Shirley La France Annette Le Blanc
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Harry Van Horn
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David Vining Danny Voorheis Kae Wagner
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Charles Wilkerson Michael Wllks
Katy Wisdom Jim Wlthrow
Carol Zelgler Sharon Zlckegraf
Chesser Kenneth Delaney William
Cleland Nancy Devore Larry
Coffman Joseph Dodd Jerry
Colson Clyda Mae Dotherow Billy
JUNIORS NOT PICTURED
Grooms JoAnn Johns David
Guldi Clifford Keen Paul
Hall Irvin Lackey Kenneth
Hart Anna Leatherbury Duke
Cook Betty Ellis Barbara Hathaway Edwin Marsh Robert
Corbett Bill Fennell Oliver Hattaway Margaret McCoy Betty
Covington Leslie Fowlkes Jenell Hendrix Eddie Megow Richard
Craven Danny Fungaroli William Honour Ralph Merrill Elanie
Custer Kay Gayle Roger Hurd Joe Newman Nord
Danielson Norman Goepper Ken Jenkins John Nicholas Walter
Jesse Waller Jr Wayne Warren
Edyth White Larry White
Bruce Williams Melvin Wills
Philip Wolkens Judy Wood
Taylor G. W.
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E PHOM ECLA
The sophomores entered school thus year some
what luke actors and actresses on stage for the fnrst
tame Thnlled and excnted yet suffering a llttle
from stagefnght they found themselves
stage Theur fnrst cue was guven by the juniors
who honored them at a welcomung party on the
potuo Over cakes and doughnuts the newest add:
tlons to the EH S student body expressed thenr
apprecuatnon As all the other sophomores who have
entered Edgewater thas year s crop found at qunte
dnfferent from gunnor hugh Classes were the fnrst
to be notncecl Wtth more homework and unfamnllar
sublects ut seemed at fnrst as though at would be on
nmpossuboluty to conquer thus barner Before long
however at was found that the teachers at E H S
were wullmg to guve thelr help and classes became
the heroes rather than the vsllalns Wlth the joln
ang of clubs electung of offncers attendnng football
games dances and other school octlvutles the furst
act or furst sux weeks flew by before anybody knew
what was happennng The sophomores much to
thenr surprlse could hardly remember that Edge
water had once seemed strange to them After
homecomnng full scale plans were launched for a
bug dance to help tnlttate the Chrnstmas season
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the sophomores ftrst attempt at puttung on a dance
was a success Among other thnngs basketball
games another bug dance sponsored by the sopho
mores and the annual faculty tea helped to send
second semester speedung along Soon the fmal
act was comung to a close and the curtam was
about to fall The hut play Student Llfe At Edge
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SOPHOMORES NOT PICTU RED
Driver, Albert James
Duke, Doris Levern
Dunn, Linda Anne
Hensley, Joyce Ann
Hogan, Margaret Rose
Hollon, J. L.
Mauldin, Richard George
Price, B. David
Rafter, James T.
Rogers, Judy Helen
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Shoaf, Joseph Marion
Ullom, David Stanley
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THE FUTURE STRETCHES brlght before
departmg Sensors Jam Wnlson and Llnda
Price as they bud a fond adleu to theur
beloved Alma Mater
ANOTHER YEAR for moments luke these
Mel Wllls and Lucy Ellen Jeffrles share a
memorable good bye
BYE YA LL See you next year' Sophomores
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their flrst year at Edgewater wlth a casual good
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PARTICIPATION IN ACTIVITIES BY
The oldiadage "All work and no play" finds a
sympathetic audience with Edgewater faculty members,
for part of that special E.H.S. spirit comes from the
fact that teachers and students alike participate in the
outside activities which are almost as important in
learning as the actual classroom sessions themselves.
Besides the time devoted to the club or organization
they sponsor, Edgewater teachers take every opportu-
nity to attend the various sports events, dances, and
other school productions in which they take an active
interest. This sharing of work and play is a vital part
of the ,Edgewater tradition, and one of which we are
JOHN M BRUMBAUGH
A familiar sight at Edgewater functions is the ever
interested Mr Brumbough assistant principal with a
heart of gold Though his many office duties require
constant attention somehow Mr Brumbough finds
the time to be an ardent supporter of all that is Edge
water s Whether it s cheering lustily at a basketball
game or quietly enloying a tense dramatic production
he can be depended upon to be there
ORVILLE R. DAVIS
One of Edgewater's most enthusiastic fans, Mr. Davis
may be found at every sports event cheering and
pulling for our team. He also takes an active interest
in the music and drama departments theatrical pro
ductions occasionally even taking part in them him
self Being the leader of Edgewater may be a full
and time consuming lab but our principal still finds
space in his hurried schedule to give his whole hearted
support to Edgewater s many activities
CATH ERIN E W BRUMBAUGH
Filling the dual role of secretary to the principal and
treasurer of Edgewater Mrs Catherine Brumbough
trains the staff in accounting bookkeeping ordering
and selling in the busy hub of school activity the
office The namesake of the Catherine Brumbough
Tri Hi Y is in the audience at many school plays and
musicals and may be seen enthusiastically fluttering
a red and white shakeroo at football games
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found a job in familiar territory. Directing the
office assistants in a considerate way has wan
her friends of all of them. ln her capable hands
lies the enormous job of being the secretary of
Asst to the Treasurer
With the title of Typist clerk this busy girl is
employed here at Edgewater where she and last
years seniors were classmates Mr Davis fre
quently dictates a letter and Mrs Brumbaugh
finds her an invaluable aid
The columns of numbers add up to the accurate and efficient work of
Miss LeMaster and Miss Drummond
Dean of Girls
Among all of her extensive duties the
greatest is the one that has won her the
sincere respect of all of Edgewater s girls
Yes Miss Thomas is our Dean of Girls
She is always ready to help the sick the
troubled and those in need of her wise
advice Representing the teachers at the
P T A and inspiring her students to love
Latin her service to our school can never
Dean of Boys
Being the Dean of Boys he takes o per
sonal interest in the welfare of every
boy at Edgewater His unceasing
selfish efforts quite often go unnoticed
in the swiftly moving tide of affairs This
man is also the director of the much
prized Eagle Plaza and an organist of
COUNSELING is gust one of the many activities taken care of by our deans Lorena Thomas and
Howard Fleming Here they are talking with Allen Bork about the Merit Scholarship Tests
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RUBY RAULERSON, B.S.-ln extending Edgewater's educa-
tional force, we were fortunate to obtain Miss Raulerson for the
purpose of enlightening students desiring to know shorthand.
She also sponsors Gregg Writers.
EMORY O'NEAL, B.S., M.S.-Mr. O'Neal is the proud leader
of one of the most active F.F.A. chapters in Florida, Moreover,
he still crams in such activities as sports and operettas,
EMILY KIMREY, M.A.-Guiding sophomores in the task of
absorbing English, Miss Kimrey has her job cut out. She is
an old hand at this, having taught in Mississippi and Virginia
before coming to Edgewater.
MARY GORDON, A.B.--Having the whole English department
under her jurisdiction, this inspiring teacher never fails to give
it much of her time.
JOHN DIETZ, B.A., M.A.-Steadlly coaching
students in the languages of Spanish and
French, Mr. Dietz brings out the highlights
of these country's cultures,
MYRA AGNEW, A.B.-Not pictured, This
careful calculator adds up to an excellent
mathematical educator. She is chairman of
the faculty social committee.
MARY VESTAL, B.A., M.A. 1 This alert
teacher is the head of the biology depart-
ment. Along with the added work of this
position, Mrs. Vestal is in charge of Edge-
water's tuberculosis x-ray program,
These Department Heads
Walking down the halls of Edgewater, one can
easily detect its pulse beat, and sense its rhythmic
breathing. As we pass the open doors, we are able
to hear a variety of sounds which originate from the
same purpose - learning. From the typing room
we are aware of the steady tapping of keys as the
beginners are taught to make the carriage travel
more rapidly with fewer mistakes. ln the opposite
room a shorthand lesson is being recited by voices
unified in common concentration, Similarly, as we
move through the corridors, we can see students
busily dissecting insects, chemicals reacting, verbs
of different languages being coniugated, maps be-
ing drawn and various sports in action. Yes, Edge-
water is alive-with interest and knowledge.
AS IF OBEYING John Daly's command of "Sign in
please," Emily Kimbrey, Ruby Raulerson, and Emory
O'Neal start their day.
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JOHN DIETZ, head of the
language department, points
out a place of interest to
his hardworking French stu-
BILL BARWICK gets moral
support from Bill Robinson
as he answers o question on
grammar asked by Miss
Mary Gordon, head of the
Help Organize Our Studies
FRED SPROUSE, B.S.E.-Mr. Sprouse comes out of his world of physics
long enough to keep the members of the Bi'Phy-Chem Club from blowing
FRANCES SAUNDERS, A.B., M.S.-Keeping "tabs" on the business de-
partment Miss Saunders tackles her task with systematic and efficient meth-
ods, as well as managing funds for Odasagiah.
STUART VAN VOORHEES-As chairman of D.C.T. this man has fourd jobs
for many grateful students, and taught them how to advance, He also
LOUIS EDWARDS, B.D., M.Ed.-lf you wondered who is in charge of our
inspiring devotions, it is none other than Mr. Edwards, solid geometry and
BETTY JO NEAL-Capability plus thoroughness equal the way in which
Miss Neal heads the mathematics department, After coping with this
division's "problems," she finds relaxation in reading, knitting, and football
MARGARET BREWTON, A.B., M.A.-Social studies comprise quite a large
field, but this doesn't faze Miss Brewton as its director, The dramatic presen-
tations of our school receive her admiration.
MARJORIE RENDULIC, B.S.-Teaching the basic
subjects of home economics, she is very proud of
the Future Homemakers of America, to whom she
gives guidance and helpful hints.
JOAN CAMPBELL, B.A. - Other than inspiring
would be Rembrandts, she finds some extra time
to devote to the Art Club or the colossal job of
organizing Fair exhibits.
ESTELLE THOMAS, B.M.E., M.M. - The silver
spotlight shines brightly on Mrs. Thomas and the
members of her honor-winning choruses.
WILLIAM DANENBURG, A.B., M.Ed.-Always on
the job as the joint sponsor of the industrious
D.C.T. group, he also is publicity man for Edge-
MALKA WEBMAN, B.A.-A new teacher, just
introduced to the profession, she keeps busy teach-
ing Junior English.
LYLE LOWRY, A.B.-This cheerful mathematical
wizard is frequently seen "shooting" things with
a contraption that is his photography equipment.
"THIS lS THE WAY YOU DO lT," says Frances
Saunders, Business Department Head, as she helps
Margie Hogan adjust her paper, and Stuart Van Voor-
hees, D.C.T. coordinator, looks on.
HERE'S A SWITCH-Margaret Barnes explains a solid
geometry problem to Louis Edwards and Betty Jo Neal,
head of the math department.
MARY VESTAL, head of the biology department,
watches as Fred Sprouse, science department head,
helps Bob Soyers and Joe Kersey with a class demon-
stration in electronics.
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MARJORIE RENDULIC, head of vocational home economics, produces future homemakers of
America as she helps Jane Lash lay out her pattern while Marlene Wood and Frances
Wells work diligently at a sewing machine.
THE MUSIC AND ART DEPARTMENT COMBINE forces to produce lavish musical
productions. Here Estelle Thomas and Joan Campbell check staging as Joyce
McKeown, Bonnie Pike, and Dick Heath give last minute touches to the scenery.
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courager, promoter, adviser and general director of
the famed Eagle Band, who will always be in Edge
water's "first chair?"
JAMES HINSON, B.S., M.Ed.-With traffic accidents
at a new high, Mr. l-linsan's driver training classes
have more meaning than ever before.
EDDITH MONTGOMERY, A.B., M.Ed.-After advising
645 sophomores and teaching English, Miss Mont-
gomery comes to numerous school events,
PEGGY SELLS, A.B.-Behind the scenes of our plays,
we see Miss Sells ably directing and producing expert
MARY WILSON, A.B., M.A.-Giving a helping hand
as the assistant sponsor of the Junior Class and
teaching Junior English, Mrs. Wilson has her finger
onthe pulse of E.l-l.S.
JOHN BURROWS, B.S., M.A.-Between bombing ant
colonies and staring at the "innards" of some unfor-
tunate diseased creatures, the biologists among us go
on field trips to St. Augustine and Marineland, Mr,
Burrows enlivens, yet maintains Order aboard. l-le
also sponsors Junior ODtimists,
EVERETT WAMPLER, B.C.-Directing the leaders of our school
as the sponsor of the Student Council, Mr Wampler finds
himself involved in almost everything concerning El-IS.
MARIE BRANCH, A.B., B.S.L.S.-The responsibility of our
school's library, and the Library Council rests on her able
LESTER McKINNEY, B.S., M.A.-Mr. McKinney, a welcome
addition to the math department, is the "hub" of the Wheel
CHARLES HIRSHEY, A.B., M.Ed., Ph.D.-Mr. l-lirshey finds
his classes in Problems in American Democracy well-filled.
Besides enjoying Edgewater's sports, he also handles all
JAY WISHAU, B.S.-ln his classroom of chemicals, Mr, Wishau
is the expert and serene scientist, I-le is also sponsor of the
Key Club and Bi-Phy-Chem.
FRANCIS FITZPATRICK, A.B., M.A.-l-le extends through his
classes a beneficial phychological influence. A variety of activi-
ties claim his spare time, especially those concerning the
VINCENT EVANS, B.S.-ln the midst of humming sewing mae
chines and snipping scissors, we find Miss Evans calmly attempt-
ing to introduce the science of sewing to her perplexed pupils,
MR. ROY H. GIBBS AND MR. BUELL DUNCAN ofthe First National
Bank and Miss Margaret Brewton, head of the social studies depart-
ment, conduct juniors on a field trip as Helen Stewart clutches
Fill A Teacher's Time
On one of those rare occasions when groups of
teachers casually congregate, anything could hap-
pen-and usually does. lt seems as if those so-
called free periods have turned into everything but
free. ln this long-awaited hour the faculty cram
in numerous tasks, such as taking care of their
club's business, doing various assigned jobs, grad-
ing endless papers, searching out material in the
library, and compiling tests. These time-consuming
tasks leave our teachers little leisure, however, once
in a great while we do find them engaged in a
friendly chat, an early-morning joke, and a hasty
exchange of ideas during lunch.
BESS KNOWLES, A.B.-Perhaps one of the most active
groups on our campus is the National Forensic League,
largely due to the many hours that Mrs. Knowles spends
encouraging and advising these splendid speakers,
HENRY PILKER, B.A.-This jolly gentleman belongs to
that special type of person known as a fisherman-which
activity he would rather do than eat! Auto mechanics
is his speciality.
ROBERT BERRY, B.A., M.Ed.-Mr. Football stresses a
fair and sportsmanlike game, he has made our hearts
swell with pride for our fighting Eagle teams!
ROBERT SHIRAR, B.S., M.A.-Another coach of those
who hurl the pigskin is Mr. Shirar who teaches American
FRANK LOUGH, B.S., M.A.-When the batters step up
to the plate, home runs and Mr. Lough are foremost on
everyone's mind. The other half of his school life in-
volves U. S. history.
JEANNE PAIN, 8.5.-This biology instructress, a former
O.H.S. graduate, has football games at the top of her list.
JANE CROW, B.S.A.-Hail Caesar! Latin is this teacher's
specialty-her subject as well as her club.
LAVONN BENSON, A.B.-ln addition to transmitting
her liveliness to her students, she is the "eagle eye" bef
hind the newspaper.
HELEN EVANS, B.A., M.A.-When taking part in various
sports, the girls of E.H.S. are reminded of energetic hours
they have spent under the unerring direction of Miss
Evans, who also sponsors Girls Varsity Club.
ROSE RILEA, B.S.-She is seen rushing through the halls
on important business of the Pep Club, or working strenu-
ously in one of the five classes she conducts daily on the
art of being an athlete.
AS LESTER McKlNNEY PREPARES to sign up time in the library for his class, Lyle Lowry
and Everett Wampler confer with Marie Branch concerning reference material.
James Hinson, Vincent Evans, Bernard Firks, William Danenburg, Stuart Van Voorhees, David
Cramp, and Malka Webman enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the "Bamboo Room"-our
faculty dining area.
SOMEWHAT ENVIOUS of Jay Wishau who is already enjoying his coffee, Charles Hirshey and
Sam Porter wait while Francis Fitzpatrick pours.
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ball game, dancing at one of our flings,
taking part in the senior-faculty basket-
ball battle, or enjoying a rare moment of
relaxation at the P.T.A. picnic, our
faculty members are constantly engaged
in a variety of energetic activities, When-
ever a spare hour can be snatched from
their long list of duties, it is very likely
that we will find our 'teachers indulging
in Edgewater's activities :is often as we
do. Not only are the instructors ready and
willing to chaperone many of our affairs,
but surprisingly enough, we find them ac-
tively enjoying the duty. Our teachers
are animated as well as able.
As Work Here at Edgewater
Peggy Brice dances with Alton Nolle and John Per Mar pours a fo: Jylflifl, J I ard r
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the honors of introduction.
ALTON NOLLE, B.S., M.Ed.-Mr, Nolle is known far his skill in typing,
and Hi-Y members find him to be a very fine fellow and an expert pillow
JOSEPH BARKLEY, B.S., M.Ed.-With business subjects as his specialty,
Mr. Baikley is turning out future business executives, even Civitan is on a
sound financial basis.
PEGGY BRICE, A.B.-Sponsoring the Sophomore Class and teaching English
leaves little time to join Miss Heagney and Miss Kimrey at our football
games and social events.
MILDRED NELSON, B.A., M.A.-Taking time from a full English schedule,
Miss Nelson lends a hand to the librarian during her free periods.
Ann Shaw hands a play program to May Holbrook, Mildred Nelson, and
Marie Cooper as they prepare to watch another E.H.S. production.
JOHN PERMAR, B.A., M.A.-An ardent
biologist, he is continually doing an excellent
job of teaching his students the actions of
amaebas and the various classes af plants in
addition to managing all visual aids.
JULIA HAYWARD, B. S.-On certain days,
heavenly smells drift by and ravenous appe-
tites are on the rampage, whetted by the
home economics of Miss Hayward. She spon-
sors Red Cross.
LYNN HEAGNEY - This Spanish expert
came to us this year from the fascinating
land of Cuba. Miss Heagney advises senior
THE PTA OFFICERS for the 56 57 year are
Mrs Alice Pottrnger flrst Vrce Presrdent Mrs Ethel
McDanrel President Mrs Frances McMasters
Recording Secretary fstandrngb Mrs Mrldred Haw
Iey Hrstorran Mr O R Davls second Vrce Pres:
dent and Mrs Martha Martrn Treasurer
PTA Promotes A Closer Relation Between Home and School
Conductrng meetrngs and planning rnterestrng and In
formatrve programs was the mann obyectuve of the Edge
water P T A under the guidance of Mrs Oscar McDaniel
and an excellent board They had frve scheduled pro
grams durung the year Including a panel dnscusslon on
student gurdance Takrng part an the annual county
wrde Founders Day meeting Edgewater conducted a
large portron of this program
The PTA s projects are often unknown but they
cover varrous fnelds Student Welfare work Cnvrl Defense
and Safety Commuttees are a few of the numerous
actnvely functuonrng groups wnthun thts nntrrcate organ:
Mms. Gifford, McManus, Pattrill, Sears, and Parham assist in the serving at a P.T.A. sponsored banquet.
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ADVISERS MISS EDDITH MONTGOMERY sophomore class Mlss Helen Evans senlor class and Miss
Mary Gordon junior class display college annuals and pamphlets to and Betty Wllllams un her
"I want to go to collegel What should l
take this year?" Conferences and adjust-
ments are made and wavering schedules
regimented to prepare the EHS, student
for a profession or college career after
Sometime during the year sophomores
and juniors In a private untervuew dns
cuss grievances and arrange thear pros
pectuve courses to flt the pattern they
have chosen to follow College bound
sensors do some last minute checklng wlth
Mass Helen Evans to make sure that they
have sufficient crednts for entrance unto a
unlversuty These busy teachers are
frnends nn need and to them we are
truly grateful for thelr flne work and
Blass Advisers Route Schedules Grew Maintains Campus
An unhappy student wnth teeth chatter
Ing from the cold an a dnrty trash lnttered
room would be a pucture of you at school , 4,
If It were not for Edgewater s hardwork
:ng manntenance staff headed by Ralph
Dennart Grounds free from messy paper
wuth shrubs and bushes neatly kept are a
result of the persustent efforts of these
helpful men who can always be seen
busuly working to make our school the
clean and happy place nt as Day a d
nught a part of the manntenance staff can
be depended upon to be fanthfully at
TAKING TIME OUT from thenr maintenance chores custodlans Ralph Dennart A E Cousms Earl J
Thornton Arthur A Dnckson and Arthur C Smith pose for our camera
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Frrst row Cyntha Baumqardner P tr Hunt r Barb Adams Eleanore
Albano Loretta Bagley June Algee Srbyl Cowen Dorothy Allen Laurre
Hurtubrse Pat Harlan Betty Jean Harper Drane Bellows Second row Carol
Crust Ellrott Barber Glenn Downes Jrmmy Hutcheson Jack Huebner John
Barrrngton Bull Carpenter Howard Carry Otrs Herman Albert Gerrcke
Lrnda Anderson Thrrd row Bonnre Burns Nancy Dorst Gene Bandy Judy
Bradley Jenell Foulkes Joan Cayce Annette Harper Glenda Edwards
Judy Clapper Leah Coleman Nancy Harlm Judy Chastain Rosemary Hart
Student Assistants Lend A Helping Hand To Busy Teachers
STUDENT ASSISTANTS SECOND GROUP
Frrst row Susan Danrel Wrnnre Coppedge Abby Jones Kathrrne Beasley
Charlotte Davrson Lorrta Harrrson Joyce McKee Vlcky Lundberg Lrnda
Horne Donna Hall Heather McKenzie Judy urrard Second row Bull Lynch
Brll Grtford Edwrn Meador Jere Lober Joe Kersey Phrlrp Jenkins Mrchael
Bane Harry Hazelton Mark Gluckman Al Morrrsan Brll Leach Third row
Lrndo James Sandra Merrrtt Joyce Lundequam Jane Lash Barbara
Anderson Gayle Bynum Clarre Fugere Norma Harr son Jan .arrdley Eleanor
Heath Sandy McDanrel Betty Jo Moch Patsy Luke Kay Moore Lrnda
STUDENT ASSISTANTS THIRD GROUP
First row Mary Jo Penrsol CeeCce Dyer Martha Krllgore Evelyn Sprnks
Laura Ann Slade Sherry Chapp ll Joyce McKeown Shrrley Part Edrth Sums
Drxre Lcnts Joy Martrn Joan Lundequam Edythe Whrte Second row Jane
Johnson Tommy Holloway Ronald Marcatte Bull Wrrght Darrel Cochran
Bob Rrce Jack Stearman Ralph Thompson Jerry Rrch Sal Rrchar Thrrd row
Barbara Smeltzer Carole Butler Nancy Seals Myrna Wrrght Beverly
Wrngo Carol Wrcks Emrly Kelley Joan Post Duane Steady Anne Dozrer
Judy Taylor Judy Wood
STUDENT ASSISTANTS FOURTH GROUP
First row Natalie Travre Anne Yarbrough Faye Tucker .sally
Streck Wrlloveda Williamson Second row Sally Smedley
Harry Gale Jrm Wilson Bob Soyars Marlene Voorhees Thrrd
row Jane Lawlor Barbara Vaughn Pat Seabrook Pat Potr
rnger Phoebe Redner
llllrce Workers learn Efficiency and Aid Arlmrnrstratron
MR AND MRS
BRUMBAUGH S OFFICE
First row Betsy Ellis Helen Stew
art Mr John Brumbaugh Mrs
Catherine Brumbaugh Pat Cos in
Barbara Duke Second row Dar
ene Lightfoot Martha McKrbben
Garl Banks Karolyn Sneal Ann
ette Harper Marlene Smith Jane
ose Jean Donohoe Priscilla Bag-
gett Sally Reis. Third row-Pat
Chambers Sandra Hoffman Gwen
Derrick Judy Bushman Janet Burk-
hart Beverly Maslar Peggy Brown.
MAIN OFFICE WORKERS
First row Merle Stern Lora Lee McNerlly Tony Santo Mary
Joslyn Jo Anne Heltzel Second row Nina Shuler Melinda
Adams Bobbie Jean Frost Margaret Barnes Pat Chapman
THE DEANS ASSISTANTS
Frrst row Colleen Cox Martha Klllgore Barbara Ellrs Frances Johnson Thomas Prrscllla Pranger Mr Howard Flemlng Third row Tommy Deser
Martha Davrs Carolyn Fennell Barbara Kelley Shrrley Strobel Mary Jo able Kay Stanton Pat Sanders Dot Newton Carolyn Luker Sara Johnson
Mrllar Second row Mrss Lorena Thomas Susan Frscher Calle Puckett Pat Reynolds Martha Sawyers Bull Grfford
Ann Doster Elsa Johnson Allce DuBois Judy Mnlanuch Louise Wolcott Joan
Deans and lunchroom Stafl Gam Useful Sennee lrum Helpers
LUNCH ROOM WORKERS
Frrst row-Anne Doster, Hazel Lott Reglster, Marne
McCormick, Nancy Moye, Second row-Gerald Kimbro,
Jules Elliott, Ronnie Meers, Walter Griffith. Third row-
Joan Thomas, Eleanor Garlanger, Doris Duke.
MAKING CHANGE as the speclalty ot lunchroom
cashlers Nlna Shuler Joan lrwln Kay McMasters
Jane Lash Jo Ann Newman and Jo Ann Grooms
PREPARING FOOD that will help hundreds ot
students endure the long school day this staff
of cooks Thusea Bradley Annie Mae Neely
Arlene Parker Fannie Moe Griffin Tommie Lau
Haubmen and Alferdoll Hardenun hurry to meet
the ll 00 deadline
LU NCHROOM HELP
GETTING READY for famished
Eagles are: Minnie Harrington,
Bertha Lord, Laura Trussler, Edna
Bailey, Helen Wolfe, and Jewell
Mass Fond Production and Tasty Snacks Burh Ravenuus Hunger
SNACK BAR WORKERS
AFTER PRACTICING flinging ice
cream into the air snack bar
workers Jimmie Allen Shirley
Fowler and Bill Haas fund time
to serve students their favorite
Proudly boasting of her sixty-four clubs, Edgewater
offers each student an organization to which he may
devote his time and talent. These clubs are concerned
with giving recognition to outstanding students, and
offering services to school and community, but even
more important, they provide each student with a feel-
ing of being a part of E.H.S. Through various projects
and other activities they play a needed role in rounding
out the curriculum of each student, and at the same
time giving him an opportunity to develop his character
and personality through assuming the responsibilities
that membership in these organizations demand.
HAPPILY APPRAISING the canned goods collected for the needy at Chrrstmas time are Student Councrl oftrcers Helen Traylor Secretary
Jon Johnson Presldent Kay Chlcone Vrce President and Pat Cossln Treasurer
Pace Setting Student llnunell Ilperates on New Yearly Basis
First row Benny Martnn Larry Gentrle Bull Lynch Tommy Deserable Jerry
Lewls Carl Dover Walter Colby Darrel Cochran Second row Bonnie Robin
son Sandra McDanrel Shane Connelly Carol Popejoy Sandy Huth Patrrcra
Bell Pattr Parrott Betty Jean Harper Wrnnne Coppedge Jean Rowell Nancy
Dunbar Thrrd row Betty Wrllrams Judy Mllls Suzanne Danrel Barbara
Adams Charlotte Davison Audrey Smrth Sandy Chapman Margo Wrlson
Betsy Arnold Joan Dual Emrly Kelley Brenda Thornton Nana ahuler Kather
me Beasley Susan Butler Fourth row Judy Harrell Llnda Horn sara lohn
son Norma Harrison Guy Bull Eastman Fred Cruz Carl Prange Lundy
Patterson Peggy Westgate Gayle Moye Jane Ellen Grrdley Byna Jo fumble
KEEPING TABS ON the mcomlng votes for
Student Council election are Guy Eastman
Carl Prange Peggy Westgate and Sandra
Under the capable leadership of Presndent Jon John
son with the asslstance of Kay Chlcone Helen Traylor
and Pat Cosssn the fnrst elected officers on a yearly basls
the Student Councul began nts cuvlc and servlce protects
Early In the year they undertook sponsorship of the Be
Bop Hop whnch featured dlsc jockey Buddy Stevens
Later nn the fall the Student Councnl collaborated with
the Tr: Hu Ys nn conductmg the druve for the Orlando
Youth Center ln thus drlve Edgewater collected over
S3 OOO whuch was more than all the other Orlando
schools combined As a reward for their enthuslastnc
support Edgewater wall be furst to use the Center for
their Junior Senior Prom
Durlng the Christmas season the Council sponsored
a variety show urgung all students to brmg canned goods
Over 2200 cans of food were collected for contrlbutlon
to the Goodfellows Wnth Joan Dual servung as Chalrman
The Student Directory Committee publnshed the fourth
annual durectory late In November From March 2lst
through the 23rd the Student Counclls of Edgewater
Boone and Wlnter Park were host to over 500 delegates
for the Florlda State Student Council Convention About
ZOO of the delegates were guests un homes of Edgewater
The Councll was nn charge of arranglng lam sessuons
on the Eagle Plaza whlch attracted hugh school students
each weekend The funal project of the year was the
promotnon of the annual Awards Day Program
MEMBERS of the Student Directory Commnttee Sandy McDaniel Harper and Bull Lynch smlle contentedly as they examine the
Betsy Arnold Jane Ellen Grldley Ted Straub .Ioan Dlal Betty Jean product of thelr labors
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Johnson, Margaret Barnes, Sissy Sellers, Second row-Buddy Patton, Lauranne Juergenson, Sylvia Peters, Sandra McDaniel, Penny Pattrill.
Outstanding Students Indueted at Impressive Ceremony
SHOWN CHECKING the supplies of U. S. Savings Stamps are Honor
Society officers Buddy Patton, President, Nina Shuler, Treasurer, Lauranne
Cash, Secretary, Sylvia Peters, VicefPresidcnt.
Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service are the
qualifications required for membership in this honorary
Honor Society students were in charge of the information
centers during the first week of school, Selling saving
stamps, one of the group's major projects, encouraged
EHS students to be thrifty as they purchased stamps each
Monday. The highlight of the year was an impressive tap-
ping ceremony during which 42 new members were inducted.
A banquet was held later in the year when all the new mem-
bers were formally initiated into the club.
To be a member of this outstanding group is truly
an honor a student may be proud to achieve.
HONOR SOCIETY-NEW MEMBERS
Ervin Shames, John O'Neal, Jerry Rich, Richard Nevergold, Linda Anderson,
Sandra Sanders, Jimmy Bushman, Chris Mogelvang, Judy Zellner, John
Van Horn, Carol Avera, James Mcsteler, Charles Pillans, Sharon Thompson,
Howard Corry, Louise Wolcott, Cynthia Baumgardner, Laurie Hurtubise,
Frieda Poff, Novie McCree, Sarah Markette, Ted Straub, Mrs. Helen
Torrance, sponsor, Nancy Harlin, Patricia Bell, Carol Schlichenmaier,
Vickie Lundberg, Eleanor Bell, Lynn DeAngelis, Nancy Scofield, Phillip
Jenkins, Jack Rollins, Rcnald Marcottee, John Lupe, Benny Martin, Dave Part-
low, Bill Wright. Not pictured-Walter Colby, Bob Soyars, Grady Aiken,
Madeline Hanna, Joan DuBois, Larry Gordon, Judy Wcod, Jo Ann Heltzel.
Frrst row Judy Wood Harrrett Baker Joan DuBors Nancy Ann Scofield
Jenny Clements Lucy Ellen Jeffries JoAnne Heltzel Novre McCree Nancr
Werkrng Ellen Greene Alrce Smrth Pattr Parrott Bobble Frost Sharon
Thompson Second row Larry Gordon Larry Katz Jullan Mertrn Fred Cruz
John 0Neal John Van Horn James Mosteller Howard Corry Randy
Murdock Tucky Graham Benny Martln Walter Colby Jerry Rich Thrrd
row Theresa Laurra Betty Jean Harper Jane Ellen Grrdley Lrnda Hand
Gall Boyd Jeannette E Canfreld Cynthra Baumgardner Anne Foltz
Margaret Muller Patsy Patton Mary Louise Huggins Jan Wllson Colleen
Cox Barbara Eutsler
Torch Society Promotes Increased Scholastic Achievement
FIRE EXIT A Such rs the rnformatron on the srgns
above each room In Edgewater Those srgns whrch
tell where the students are to go In case of a frre or frre
drill are the product of o Torch Society project They
fund those srgns a great help In makmg the frre drrlls run
more quickly and smoothly
Frrst row Carol Popejoy Sandy Chapman Ann Hendrick Mrke Prrce Ted
Straub Barry Nelson Joan DuBois Chrrs Mogelvong Bully Verlgan Nancy
Anderson Marrlyn Ettrnger Lrnda Ashcroft Lorrn Wrseman Jrmmy Berlrn
Second row Rrcky Carman Robert Hamrlton Richard Nevergold Ronald
The Torch Socrety was organrzed as a carry over for
members of the Junror Honor Socrety Members are
requrred to uphold a scholastrc average equalrng a B
Farlure once durmg the year results In permanent loss
Taylor Bully Heath Alex Baetzman Carl Dover Jack Leete Walter Tew
Bull Bass Davrd Muller Howard Grelsdorf LaVern Brgelow Thrrd row
Prrscrlla Pranger Ton: DrCarlo Janet Duncan Joy Trrplett Edwrn Meador
Ronald Kreskey Eleanor Heath Peggy Westgate Jane Rose Tuna Rumpf
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Frist row Pat Reynolds Wrnnre Coppedge
Ann Show Pat Pottlnger Laurle Hurtubrse
Helen Stewart Second row Mr Edward
Srncrc sponsor George Farr Emory Aker
man Morgue Schlercher Fay Crout Mark
Safety Counorl Urges Caution Red Cross Sends And Ahroad
Safety frrst last and always was agarn put unto
effect by the Edgewater Safety Councrl under the gurd
ance of Mr Ed Srncrc Thus group has enlrsted the co
operatron of other organrzatrons ID their many proyects
After sponsorrng the car regrstratrons a fare demon
stratuon and a safety assembly they assusted wnth cuvrl
defense offered suggestrons for frre arm safety and
organized the annual Car Road E O at Exposrtnon Park
Wnth a strong record of mamtarnrng safety at Edge
water the Councll was again a member of the Natrona!
Safety Councrl Honor Roll
The tame has come to joan the Jr Red Cross'
Wnth slogans and posters the homeroom representatrves
of the Red Cross at Edgewater waged o campangn for
the annual drrve to collect money Later they sponsored
the frllnng of a garly decorated treasure chest wrth
small artrcles to be sent to the needy people of the
world The chest was mode by the Auto Mechanrcs boys
and paunted by the Art Club
Patrents rn the Orlando Arr Force Base Hospital were
entertarned by a short varlety show grven by the talented
members of the group
JR RED CROSS
Frrst row Jeanne Wrlder Nancy Browning Amy Clark Barbara Eustler Bobble Kung Janet Smrth Pat Quackenbush Jane Lash
Morllyn Muller Second row Mrss Julra Hayward sponsor Pat Reynolds Carolyn Luker Elsa Johnson Bobble Frost Anne Brewer
Punky Walleker Pot Harrrson Dot Newton Karen Johnson Pot Prgnone Inez Westgate Thrrd row Martha Krllgcre Gene Bundy
Tommy Holloway Kemble Bennett Eddre Cox Bob Johnson Ned Barr Woody Wrlkerson Gorl Wurlow
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Anette Harper Treasurer Second row Loreta Harrrson Sally Streck Mrss Presrdent Judy Bushman Secretary Charlotte Davrson Vrce Presrdent
Struke out that last sentence The Gregg Writer
makes a wrgguly lrne and continues with her notes
Selected by her marntenance of a B average In shorthand
she must keep thus average throughout her membershrp
Thus servrce club rs run on a non profrt basis Therr pro
Gregg Writers Type Copy
lndustrrously Iaunchlng a new publrcatron at Edge
water members of thus honor society for journalrsts
stayed busy making plans for the lrterary magazrne that
made nts fnrst appearance thus sprung
Wuth an assrst from the Englrsh Department Qu Il
and Scrollers selected the poems essays short stones
and lane drawmgs of E H S students that appeared rn
jects Include typrng names for Student Durectory and
term papers and serving refreshments at faculty meet
Two rnutratrons are held durrng a year to rnduct gurls
who have met the standards
Ilulll and Scroll Erllts Magazine
At a banquet held In March the club welcomed rts
ten new members Chosen from the staffs of the two
publrcatlons departments they were selected because
they possessed the qualrtles required for good yearbook
and newspaper productuon
An eventful year ended wrth attendance at the
Journalism Conventron rn Gainesville
QUILL AND SCROLL
First row Prrs Pranger Judy
Smucker Sondra McDanreI Vrcky
Lundberg Second row Walter
Colby Brenda Thornton Mrss La
Vonn Benson Sponsor Carol
Schlrchenmarer Thud row Buddy
Patton Fred Frarly Phoebe Redner
Mary Jane Strarn Inez Westgate
Jon Johnson Not pictured Nana
Shuler Patsy Luke
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Mark Gluckman Llnda Anderson Second row Johnny McKnrgl1t Presrdent
The Pep Cluh Stlmulates Splut Throughout Edgewater
Penny Pattrrll Secretary Treasurer scrambles Into the Pep Club car as Jane Ellen Grrdley
Vrce Presrdent John McKnrght Presldent and Mrss Rose Ellen Rrlea Sponsor await the start
ot the brg Homecomrng Parade
The Pep Club started nts actuvttues un a whurl
of football excitement The ttrst bug project was
the plannmg of the spectacular homecomnng
parade and half turne crowning ceremonres The
homecomnng parade wnth all ot the beauttful
floats was a huge success, and the presentotuon
of the Queen concluded long preparatnon for thus
ln addutron, the members of the club prepared
many SIQDS, and sold the student body buttons
and other morale boosting devices whnch added
to the spurnt of Edgewater
The enthusrastuc organization was well backed
an all nts actrvutues srnce the entrre student body
was tncluded an nts membership An executtve
board of students chosen from the varnous classes
and clubs odmuntstered the Pep CIub's varted
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Frrst row Ned Barr Julmn Melten Bruce Lazar Bob Blumer John Mc
Knlght Mark Gluckman Al Morruson Mr Wrshow sponsor Second row
Tommy Shrer Ervln Slrames Allan Bork Davld Gluckman Randy Stubbs
Rrchey Elwell Glenn Blanr Gordon Muze Jam Sapp Make Pnce Dave Partlow
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Toy Mickey Sllaplro Fred Frarley Mason Kelsey Bull Avera Erv Patton
Bruce Barnhrll Jlm LaBrec
The Cwle Mmded Key Club Sewes Edgewater and Urlandn
Actrvrty ns a word that mnght be used synonymously
wrth the KEY Club of Edgewater Ever on the go thus
David Gluckman Mlke Prlce Bill Avera and Rrchey Elwell look over
some of the many books collected durrng the Key Club Book Drlve
group started the year wrth a bang therr furst bug pro
ject being a school wade book drive Over 500 books
were collected for dnstrnbutuon to both the school and
Albertson lnbrarnes Door to door sollcntatron was next on
the agenda with the Key Club worknng hard to make the
Cancer Drive a success Conductnng an mutratuon for the
new members was also carrned off successfully Under
the able durectlon of Mr Wrshau the annual project of
the promotion of a School Leader Banquet and ushernng
at the lce Vogues were completed Thus an eventful year
AWAITING the rush are Mickey Shapuro
Vnce President Mark Gluckman Pres:
dent Dave Partlow Treasurer Al Morrr
son Secretary ushers at the lce Vogues
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Frrst row Steve Duckworth James Grant Tuffy Handley Cecrl Dye Jrmmy Frazrer Larry Gentrle Bobby Grant Larry Katz Second
row Mr Joe Barkley Mllton Lewls Elmer Henry Bull Wrrght Guy Eastman Jrmmy Hutcheson Don Bremer Bull Leach Buddy
Hanna Thrrd row Carter Greear Charles Frels Johnny Guy Edd e C x Dave Ellrsm Bobby Hewitt Jrm LoBrec Ronnie Foster Bull
l belreve rn my school nts faculty nts standards of
scholorshrp athletrcs and conduct Belrevrng rn them I
pledge myself to be a good crtrzen of my Hugh School
Thus rs and always wrll be the outstandrng pledge of
the Junror Crvrtan Club
conventron rn Wrnter Park
Therr many actrvrtres Included sellrng frurt cake at Mr Barkley as therr sponsor
Chrrstmas fume berng rn charge of the flag rorsrng cere
mony everyday and berng host to the drstrrct Crvrtan
They enjoyed many socral actrvrtres the most gala
berng held at the Langford Hotel rn the Treetop Room
Junror Crvrtan members were very fortunate rn hovrng
Brvrtan liluh Sponsors and Encourages Good Grtrzenshro
BUILDERS of good crtrzenshrp are the offrcers
of Junror Crvrtan Jimmy Hutcheson Presrdent
Johnny Thomas Secretary Cecrl Dye Treasurer
Tuffy Handley Vrce President
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Frrst row James Taylor Roy Shu
lord George Spencer Charlre Pnl
lans Walter Colby Levrs Morrell
Dudley McGarrty Mrke Wrlks
Second row Duane Stark Vrrgnl
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Thomas Fred Walsh Jam Wrlson
Davrd McLean Mel Wrlls Buff
Sutton Warren Palmer
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First row-Walter Juergensen, Lamar
Jackson, John Brown, Jon Johnson,
Billy Chance, Fred Cruz, William Gull-
edge, John Lofton, Jr,, Roger Shape.
Second row -- Carl Folker, Arnold
Ausley, Rickey De Witt, David Ballen-
tine, Pat Flanagan, Joe Kersey, Robert
Hamiltcn, Glenn Downes, Bill Gridley.
Third row-John Eikenberry, Kenneth
Knott, Frank Ammerman, Jack LeHeup,
Harry Gale, Bill Heath, Gayle Chap-
man John Bailey Jerry Essick
Hl Y OFFICERS Pot Flanagan Corresponding
Secretary Bill Lynch Sergeant at Arms Ken
Knott Chaplain Steve Shocowski President
Glen Downes Treasurer Walter Juergenson
Recording Secretary and Bill Heath Vice Presi
dent attach and sell Eagle license plates as their
main project of the year
Hi Y Develops High Standards tor Christian Character
This year the Hi Y sponsored by Mr Nolle and led ceeds from this successful venture were added to the
by President Steve Shacoski did its best to create main
tain and extend throughout the home school and com
munity high standards of Christian character
funds to build the Lake Silver dock
Besides participating in the Thanksgiving Services at
Rollins College the Hi Y sent eight members to the
They ushered at all home football games and staged convention in Daytona and five members to Blue Ridge
the successful Autumn Leaves Record Hop They also Conference in North Carolina last summer
sponsored the second annual Hi Y Carnival The pro
First row Ben Sharp Harold Meilstrup Bill Robinson Don Downes Clark Holloway John Morianty Billy Verigan Alex Baetzman
Bucky Mizzele Second row Skip Wilson Bob Richard: Bill Wright Bill Lynch Rodney Clark Kimball Malcom Edward Morse
Gordy Robinson Mr Alton Nolle sponsor Third row Walter Tew John Wakeman Barry Nelson Bob Swozowski Charlie Harrison
Lindy Patterson Tommy Elliott Steve Shacoski
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Tri-Hi-Y became good will ambassadors for
the community during Christmas when they
played the part of Old Saint Nick by giving
food to a needy family,
The most inspirational of all the club's
projects was the visit to the Thornwell Orphan-
age where the attentive children were enter-
tained with a variety show produced by the
DISCUSSING future projects are Susan Butler,
President, Miss Sue Gordon, Sponsor, Helen Stewart,
Vice-President, Lucy Ellen Jeffreys, Chaplain, Joanne
Heltzel, Secretary, Eleanor Bell, Treasurer, and
Martha Soyars, Sergeant-at-Arms.
Catherine Brumhaugh Tri-Hi-Y Helps School Arabian Urphan
First row-Loralie McNeilly, Helen Stewart, Sharon Thompson,
Paulette Patrick, Merle Stein, Ann Shaw, Kay Wagner, Toni Santo,
Donna Smith, Shirley Tillman. Second row-Martha Sawyers,
Andrea Stark, Lucille Russell, Peggy Traylor, Sandra Scott, Lucy
Ellen J ffries Martha Davis Carol Erickson Diane Steady Judy
Wood, Louise Wolcott. Third row-Scarlet Gaston, Joanne Vargish,
Patsy Pottinger, Dorothy Newton, Charlotte McManus, Sandra
Sanders, Marielle Pickard, Carolyn Spence, Brenda Thornton,
Nancy Morrison, Nancy Seals, Joy Mathis.
First row Nancy Browning Verlie Dowd Yoli Blanco Bobbie
Jean Frost Jo Anne Heltzel Katherine Beasley Diane Jacobs
Diane Bellows Susan Butler Jane Johnson Martha Killgore
Second row Miss Sue Gordon Sponsor Lynn Ginson Bobbie
King Cynthia Baumgardner June Algee Gail Banks Abby
Jones Prissy Baggett Janet Graves Doreen Arra Suzanne
Brockman Betty Jean Harper Gayle Adamson Sandy Huth
Sally Arthur Emily Kelley Third low-Connie Garrell Loretta
Bagley Jeanny Clements Karen Benn Sara Johnson Karen
Johnson Jane Ellen Gridley Carol Avera Pat Harrison Pat
Flower Patrrcia Bell June Knight Eleanor Bell
CATHERINE BRUMBAUGH TRI HI Y
The eager gurls of thus servlce club en
gaged nn many school actuvmes also An
example of thenr enthusnasm was seen nn
the bong up results of the Pngskm Prom
A percentage ofthe proceeds of thus post
game dance went to an Arabnan orphan
whose education ns being expanded
through Trl HI Y and
The motto of every member To create
hugh Chrlstlan standards nn home school
and communlty was well nnstlgated
through the servuces of the Catherme
Brumbaugh Trl H1 Y tn their worthwhile
projects during the past school year
ENTHUSIASTICALLY DECORATING for the Pngskm Prom are Sandy Huth Eleanor Bell Jane Ellen
Grldley Helen Stewart and Lynn Glnson
Jumor Uptlmlsts Prnvnle Faculty mth Bateterla Planter
Helpnng to make Edgewater the Campus Beaututul
these clvlc mlnded boys under the guidance of Mr John
Burrows had for theur mann project the teacher s tropical
planter In the cafeterua Other actlvlttes Included the
Moonllght Serenade dance selling Chrnstmas trees and
a twenty flve dollar patlo donation The Junior Optnmusts
promoted safety by marktng the parking lot, regusterlng
students cars and conducting a bike safety campalgn
Fust row-Charlle Wright Chester Barclay Buck Rogers Bob Thrasher Corry John Loughe Mr John Burrows Sponsor Thlrd row Herbert Tlllman
Stewart Mallard John Graham Carl Dover Vernon Uhran Second row Don Freeman Wulllam Smalley Jack Rollms Fred Mann Chns Mogelvang
John Erkenberry Richard Megow Davld Maller Richard Nevergold Howard Alan Rublnstem, Al DeAngeIls Lance Borows Bull Haas
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Adams Laurre Hurtublse receuve rnstructrons and help from Evelyn Sprnks
Nancy Layman Judy Zellner Donna Holl and Joan Cayce
Lobby Leyden Vrce President Gayle Bynum Treasurer Martha Morrms
Secretary Lauranne Cash Presldent Joyce McKee Chaplain susan
Fischer Second Vlce Presrdent prepare for Beau Contest whrch alded
Youth Center Drlve
Lorena Thomas Trl HI Y Sponsors Motoroade Banquet
A Chrrstlan Organlzatlon serving the school and
communrty perhaps best describes the actlvltles and
purpose of Edgewater s Lorena Thomas Trl H: Y
Helplng to launch the new school year rn a bug way
the club presented our lack off banquet and the colorful
motorcade at the season s flrst football game
First row Joan Dual Lrbby Layden Nancy Layman Sandy Fleming Sherry
Chappell Joan Cayce Llnda Berson Laurre Hurtublse Susan Fischer Kay
Chrcone Second row Mrss Lynn Haegney sponsor Evelyn Bracewell Nancy
Dorst Beverly Aldora Suzanne Danlel Janice Johnson Judy Haugaard
Another of the year s hnghllghts came wlth thelr an
nual state conventlon rn Daytona Beach at whlch Nancy
Taylor acted as presldung offncer Thelr sponsorshlp of
the Green Door Dance decoratuon of the goal posts
and donatlon to the World Service fund contrnbuted to
make thus year one of the finest rn their hnstory
Melinda Adams Donna Holl Geraldrne Cheshrre Charlotte Davlson Thrrd
row Pat Jennmgs Fay Crout Corrella Eastman Jan Glrdley Barbara
Anderson Lauranne Cash Norma Harrison Gayle Bynum Judy Chastaln
Gwen Derrick Jane Hurley
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Frrst row Nancy Taylor Gall Warlow Ida Lou Mayhew Punky Walleker Spnnks Heather McKenzie Thrrd row Snssy Sellers Mary Ann Pohry Sandra
Ruta Walton Helen Traylor Carolyn Smlth Peggy Mitchell Second row Merrltt Sarah Markette Edlth Sams Llnda Prlce Penny Pattnll Martha
Hamel' Scarbrough Joyce McKee Bonnie Robinson Judy Zellner Evelyn Moms
Wheel Club Collects Magazines tor South Antencan lands
Yes Sur' No sur' Rnght away snr' These were lamuluar
words to all Wheel Club pledges the week of mductuon
As the year progressed each member partncrpated an the
projects which were the collection of magazmes for
Bleam Burt Todd Joe Sluder Steve Shacoskl Lynwood Dunn Second row
Jock Leete Jeff Allison Wendy Edwards Jtm Ford Edward Shuler Davld
South Amerncan couhtrues ushering for Rotary Club
and gnvmg a dance Patterned after the Rotary Club It
ns the goal of thus orgamzatton to promote service de
pendabnluty patrnotusm and mtegrnty wuthm each
Hewntt Jlm LaBrec Gene Moore Stanley Reese John Gold Duck Harvey
Cullen Reaves Harry Hough Carl Ruedlger Robert Tannler
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First row-Margaret Adams, Dorothy Allen, Laurie Hurtubise, Ann Shaw, Pope, Gayle Adamson, Joanne Page, Joan Bartlett, Ruth Ann Chipman,
Lynn DeAngelis, Dot Newton, Shirley La France, Diane Steady, Pct Harrison. Priscilla Doyle, Sandra Sanders, Caroline Willits, Carol Van Kirk, Carolanne
Second row-Miss Jeanne Pain, Elizabeth Tubutis, Carol Koepke, Betty Wenger, Madeline Dunlap, Geilda Jackson.
Florence Nightingales ot Tomorrow Aid Hospital Stati
During the month of November the "temperature
takers" of Edgewater were engaged in the training
courses offered at the Orange Memorial Hospital and
Florida Sanitorium. On completing this program, the
girls were allowed to work in both of the hospitals.
Numerous activities brought satisfying results. A
needy family was supplied with a Thanksgiving basket.
Eligible members received their pins at a social gather-
ing in December. The Medical Auxiliary booth at the
Fair was "manned" by the Future Nurses who sold sub-
scriptions to Today's Health. Members were also sent to
the state convention held in Jacksonville.
MISS MITCHELL of Florida San. demonstrates to the future nurses Lynn
DeAngeIis, Shirley La France, Priscilla Pranger, Susan Butler, Dorothy Allen,
Dot Newton, and Anne Shaw, the use of the X-Ray machine.
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THIS PATIENT is getting the "royal treatment" from our future
nurses, Margaret Adams, Betty Pope, Margaret Mitchell, Diane
Steady, Ruth Ann Chipman, and Caroline Wittits.
F.H.A.'ERS Bonnie Pike, Rosalyn Rogers, Bar-
bara Rogers, Mrs. Marjorie Rendulic, Anne
Dozier, Jane Lash, Carolyn Luker, Willoveda
Williamson, and Judy Clapper give appro-
priate answers to the questions concerning
Future Homemakers of America-The Kitchen Is Their Castle
The motto of the Future Homemakers Club "Toward
New Horizons," was stressed in all the many service
and financial proiects undertaken this year, A few of
the activities that they sponsored were packing food
baskets for needy families, selling Christmas cards, and
contributing to the FHA. state scholarship fund, In
addition to this they entered the Doll Dress Contest
First row-Jane Lash, Judy
Clapper, Jennie Coffee, Bar-
bara Adams, Sally Streck,
Dee Fuqua, Shirley Pait
Rosalie Woods, Evelyn
Bracewell. Second row -
Bettie Prescott, Patty Lou
Sanders, Beverly Aldora,
Margaret Mitchell, Carolyn
Luker, Pat Reynolds, Mrs.
Marjorie Rendulic, sponsor.
Third row-Gayle Moye, Jan
Girdley, Anne Mogelvang,
Janice Cannon, Bonnie Pike,
Karen Blaine, Joyce Mc-
Keown, Janet Pyle.
sponsored by Seventeen Magazine and attended the dis-
trict meeting held in Leesburg, Florida,
The Future Homemakers of Edgewater were named
second place winners in a recipe-collection contest for
high school classes and clubs conducted by Seventeen
Magazine. Pictures of the girls appeared in the January
issue of the Florida Future Homemakers Magazine.
First row Carol Richard
Bonnie Allen Willoveda Wil
Iuamson Carolyn Smith
Edwrna Kelsey Lucy Eden
field Charlotte Davison
Margie Hogan Second row
Margaret Hagan Joyce
Powell Janice Hardy Shirley
Carlton Shirley Strobel Fay
Crout Kathryn McKalsen
Third row-Barbara Rogers
Rosalyn Rogers, Kathryn
Milam, Betty Davis, Karen
Mayhew, Glenna Greathouse
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First row-Edward Deen, Bobby Carter, Steve Mazak, Craig Jackson, Richard Harry Hazelton, Tim Bryan, Cullen Reaves, Ben Crosby, Jerry lmber, Bud
Conner, James Morgan, Mike Bane, Paul Keen, Howard Bowen, John Gold, Barbe, Paul Howard, Third row-Charles Hill, Jim Payne, Walter Griffith,
Joe Wickhan, Tom Holloway, Harold Meilstrup, Olin Fisher, Mr. Emory Harry Wilson, Herbert Tillman, Donald Funston, Danny Voorheis, Lynwood
0'Neal. Second row-Bobby Williams, LaVerne Bigelow, Gerald Kimbro, Dunn, Sidney Buck, Jerry Ammerman, Bill Chance, Oliver Fennell, Jim Drake.
Citrus, Battle, Experimental Plots Hold Interest ot F.F.A.
By the growing and selling of vegetables, citrus, and
ornamental plants, funds were raised for the club
treasury. Another of the principal projects of the group
was the distribution of the F.F.A. calendars.
The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is
the development of agricultural leadership, cooperation,
and citizenship. To create more interest in the intelligent
choice of farming occupations, to train for useful
citizenship, and to foster patriotism are only a few of
the specific aims of this organization. By means of
the club, the members, always heeding the motto "learn-
ing to do, doing to learn, earning to live, living to serve,"
will be able and prepared to make up "the backbone
of America" in the future.
WEEDING MUSTARD greens, Herbert Tillman, Joe Coffman, Walter Grif fith, Curtis Brickley, LaVerne Bigelow, Gene Rucker, and Jimmy Blackwell
tend experimental and profitable garden plots.
First row--Nancy Dunbar, Joyce McKee, Sissy Sellers, Evelyn Spinks, Corrella Janet Burkhart, Gayle Bynum, Carol Schlichenmaier, Jane Ellen Gridley, Edith
Eastman, Judy Chastain, Helen Stuart, Helen Traylor, Susan Fischer, Gretchen Sims, Betty Jean Harper, Louise Wolcott, Janet Swangren, Mrs. Jane Crow,
Wolsey. Second row-Sibyl Cowen, Joan Castle, Gail Warlow, Karolyn Aneed, sponsor.
F.T.A. Tries Tutoring: Gleans Hints from Guest Speakers
The Future Teachers of America are already working
and planning for one of the most vital and interesting
professions of today. By teaching in various schools and
attending the State Future Teachers' meeting, they
gained practical experience during the years
"Learning the business from the inside track" so that
they may serve well in their future vocation, these career-
minded girls, under the guidance of Mrs, Jane Crow,
are fulfilling the purpose of their club-"to encourage
and promote interest in the field."
READING CAESAR'S proclamation, Louis Morrell extends the royal invitation to Roman citizens Vicky Lundberg, Nancy Morrison, Elanor Bell,
Nancy Scofield, Nancy Harlin, and Jere Lober.
First row-Sally Huggins, Jimmy Berlin, Pat Dickerson, Carol Popej.y,
Ann Hendrix, Malcolm Hawley, Nancy Anderson, Toni DiCarlo, Jere
Lober, Wanda Wells, Bill Haas, LaVerne Bigelow, Bobbie King,
Peggy Traylor. Second row-Mrs. Jane Crcw, sponsor, Pat Pignone,
Inez Westgate, Carter Greear, Heyward Mathews, Vernon Uhran,
Koepke Alice Smith Marie Settanni Nancy Werking
latin Club Plans "EagIecade": Fetes Caesar at Gala Banquet
First row-Linda Anderson, Patricia Bell, Priscilla Baggett, Kathrine Beasely,
Karen Johnson, Evalyn Hussey, Sandy Chapman, Nancy Dunbar, Eleanor
Bell, Colleen Cox, Gayle Adamscn, Nancy Scofield, Gail Nudelman, Vicky
Lundberg, Sylvia Haynes. Second row-Jerri Dotson, Elizabeth Layden, Bobby
Grant, Lynn DeAngelis, Jimmy Brown, Jerry Green, David Fritz, Randy
Boldly bedecked with red and white posters, nine buses
formed the Latin Club "Eaglecade" to Daytona for the
football tangle with Mainland last fall. Next big event
in the Latin Club was the packing ofa Christmas basket,
prepared for a needy family. Clothing and food were
collected and given along with a turkey purchased with
Murdock, Gordon Filmore, Ned Barr, Marshall Linard, Bob Blumer, Jerry
Rich, Susan Kazaros. Third row-Marilyn Ettinger, Angie Durocher, Linda
Hand, Janet Duncan, Beverly Aldora, Dorothy Heyward, Betsy Arnold,
Nancy Morrison, Priscilla Doyle, Ruth Ann Chipman, Nancy Harlin, Anne
lzialzier, Joan DuBois, Julia Darling, Susan Whipple, Diane Steady, Dorothy
Dressed in Roman garb to attend the traditional
Roman banquet, members carried on the evening's ac
tivities in a fashion befitting Caesar, Meeting time is
spent on studying Roman history to realize the influence
this ancient culture of art, literature, and civilization
has had on the modern world. Latin is far from being a
dead language as the name of the organization implies
"Hodie I-lerique" means "Today and Tomorrow."
Gene rronk Jack Leete Mike Price Jim Sapp Ronnie Meers Larry
Katz Tommy Shier Third row Vivian Pearce Sandra Patiry Rosalyn
Rogers Susie McClain Peggy Westgate Laice Lewis Joy Triplett
Mary Ellen Skeen Ann Duke Sylvia Ridley Barbara Rolgers Carol
Llhraly Council Elllclently llrganlzes Llhrary Maternal
MISS MARIE BRANCH
KEEPING TRACK of the Ilbrarys materlals are Emrly Kelley Treasurer Sal Rrchar Secretary Lmda James President
Kay Murrell Vlce President and Lmda Vahue Hrstorlan lnot plcturedl
First row Sally Rrchar Lmda James Lucy Edenfleld Carole Butler Second row Barbara Smelter
Slbyl Cowen Beverly Wlngo Thrrd row Lynn De Angelus Carol Wucks Emlly Kelley Lmda Vahue
The qulet atmosphere of the
llbrary ns the haven of these book
lovers As a result of selllng the
popular red and whlte bookcovers
the llbrarlans of tomorrow have
more funds To use thus money to
Improve the llbrary has become a
yearly practuce The Dewey Declrnal
classltucatnon letters are an example
of thus year s plannnng On the dns
trrct and state levels the Llbrary
Councnl IS extremely active Whale
attendlng both the fall and sprung
dlstruct meetungs they declded on a
state pan At the state Meetlng at
Llbrary Asslstants held rn Leesburg
Edgewater s gurls were among those
who voted upon the organrzatnon s
PRESENTING THE FLAGS of our school and
nation are Carol Crist, LaRue Thompson,
Barbara Beloit, Carolyn Brunner, Connie Elliot,
Mary Ellen Stewart.
Color Guards, Campus Crusade rs Sena Bivically and Devntedly
C O L O R G U A R D S
A comparatively new organization at Edgewater, now
in its second year, is the Color Guards, sponsored by Miss
Virginia Macka This fine group of girls can be seen al-
most anytime the band appears. They carry the colors for
the band in parades, and at football games during the
pre-game and halftime ceremonies. They also present
colors in our assemblies.
Near the beginning of the school year, Campus Cru-
saders presented a most impressive and inspiring assem-
bly featuring Christian businessmen. Mr, A, B. Johnson
and Walt Meloon, attributed their business success to
God as their silent partner.
Other Crusader activities included the presentation of
an Easter assembly, a Valentine banquet, picnics, parties,
and sports events.
The club joined with Winter Park and Boone at meet-
ings where guest speakers, inspired devotion, and social
First row-Priscilla Pranger, Gayle Moye, Edwina Kelsey, Loretta Bagley,
Jan Grrdley, Cynthia Baumgardner, Freida Poff, Fgy Crouf, Beffy Pafrickl
Judy Smucker. Second row-Mr, Louis Edwards, sponsor, Perry Bigelow, John
activities offered Christian fellowships
Cooper, Ken Holt, Dennie Simpson, George Patrick, LaVern Bigelow. Third
row-Carolyn Smith, Barbara Anderson, Eleanor Heath, Linda Porter, Evelyn
Bracewell, Ann Lockler, Carolyn Sue Gibson.
First row-Marietta Zeek, Elizabeth Tubutis, Lorin Wiseman, Carolyn Luker,
Brenda Thornton, Judy Clapper, Margaret Miller, Paul Mahaffey, Ccnnie
Harrell. Second raw-Benita Green, Beverly Aldara, Nancy Seybzld, Elliott
Barber, Fred Mann, David Squires, Linda Pait, Mary Lcuise Huggins, Dick
Heath, Miss Joan Campbell, sponsor. Third row-Lynne Junkins, Joyce
McKe:wn, Barbara Vaughn, Pat Reynolds, Joan Thomas, June Algee, Bonnie
Pike, Kay Moore, Neama Harrison, Sal Richar.
Art Gluhhers Perlomi Services for School and Community
With palettes smeared in assorted hues, and tongues
held tensely between the teeth, the artists of Edgewater
have done a work of art onthe setting of our musical and
dramatic productions. Among their many accomplish-
ments, the Art Clubbers boast of winning first prize for
their circus-themed float in the homecoming parade
and having gold pins for the first time this year.
IN AN ARTISTIC MOOD, the Art Club officers, David Squires, Treasurer,
Elliott Barber, Reporter, lst Sem., seated Linda Pait, Sccial Chairman, lst
Sem., Bonnie Pike, Vice-Pres., seated Brenda Thornton, Sec. lst Sem., Pat
Reynolds, Reporter Znd Sem., Mary Louise Higgins, Social Chairman, Znd
Sem. sketch Egyptian model Carolyn Luke, who is also p csdent.
Their treasury was increased considerably by the sole
of fire extinguishers and shakeroos, which they made and
sold themselves. The brightest spot in the year for these
sketchers and sculptors was their trip in the spring to the
Art Festival in Gainesville. The Eagle Artists are always
willing to work diligently on posters for club projects.
RIDING HIGH an the prize winning Homecoming Float are
Art Clubbers Judy Clapper Bonnie Pike Margaret Miller
Lorin Wiseman Lynne Junkins and Mary Louise Higgins who
are portraying a Big Top performance
STEADILY PERSEVERING rn therr varrous backstage dutres are Darrell Cochran Don Freeman Duck Heath Broward Hunter Lee Hall and Brlly Wolfe
Stage Brew labors long Hours on Scenery and llghtmg
WORKING HARD behrnd the scenes preparrng the stage for programs are John Lough Tommy
Shure Don Moore Mrke Neel Bruce Lazar Davrd Mrller and Davrd Fritz
The men who Contrnbute greatly to
the general welfare of our school are
the members of the stage crew They
are responsrble for installing the sound
system at our dances pep rallies and
other school functions where a loud
speaker rs needed The scenery and
lrghtrng for our programs are made
and manrpulated by these unsung he
roes of E H S These men who have put
In so much trme proudly wear thenr
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production are: George Patrick,
Marilyn Miller, Biff Sutton, Edith
Simms, David Miller, Susan Fischer,
Mary Jane Strain, Bill Wright. Back
row-Buck Rogers, Jesse Waller,
Clark Holloway Patti Hunter, Eddie
Cox, Millicent Redner.
Thesoians Produce Spine-Iingling Drama and Hilarious Comedy
as 4. P V
THE THESPIAN OFFICERS Patti Hunter, Vice-President, Jesse
Waller, Treasurer, Susan
Fischer, President, Mary Jane Strain, Scribe, Millicent Redner, Secretary, and sponsor Miss
Peggy Sells, diligently look through several play books for an appropriate one.
ON THE SET OF "Best Foot Forward" are: Pete Rachtman, Bonnie Robin-
son, Eddie Sanford, Eddie Cox, Phoebe Redner, Jesse Waller, Edith Sims,
Fense drama that has you sitting on the edge
of your seat, or a howling farce leaving you
literally rolling in the aisles can both be found
portrayed to the height by Edgewater's Thespian
Troop 557. Steered by their sopnsor, Miss Peggy
Sells, these dramatists brought back a superior
rating from the State Drama Festival in Gaines-
ville for their moving drama "The Valiant." This
play was again presented at the Regional confer-
ence in Bartow.
The production "Best Foot Forward," a comedy
in three acts, was decidely one of the high points
of the year. Whether "on stage" or behind the
scenes, the Thespians acted well their part.
Clark Holloway, Laurie Hurtubise, David Miller, Harriet Scarbrough, Biff Sut-
ton, Janet Burkhart, George Patrick, Bill Lynch, Joe Kersey, Susan Fischer.
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"And so l urge you to concur with me and
pass this bill." These words are well known to
the members of the National Forensic League for
they are used in congress activities that occupy
the fall months, At the district meet in Jackson-
ville, EHS, took three of the four honors, when
a gavel for best presiding officer was given to
Benny Martin and the honor of best speaker
went to Buck Rogers, who will go to the national
convention in St. Paul, Minnesota.
The months after Christmas found these silver-
throated orators working on productions in dra-
matic interpretation, debate, orations, and ex-
temporaneous speaking in order to prepare for
the big tournament which was held at Tampa
CHARLES PILLANS GESTURES emphatically, making
strong his first contention of this debate, while his
partner Bruce Lazar reviews his case. Jotting hasty
notes for a slamming rebuttal, are Ellen Green and
N.F.L. OFFICERS diligently taking registrations for the Congress meeting are standing
Joyce McKee, Recording Secretary, Lucy Ellen Jeffries, Chaplain, Buck Rogers, President,
Benny Martin, Assistant Treasurer, sitting, Ann Burton, Vice-President, Mary Jane Strain,
National Forensic league Speaks With Vigor and Authority
First row-Gail Nudelman, Ellen Greene, Lucy Ellen Jeffries, Carolyn Gibson, Charles Pillans, Benny Martin, Buck Rogers, Jim Mosteller, Pete Rachtman,
Ann Burton, Mary Jane Strain, Joyce McKee, Martha Kilgore. Second row- Darrel Cochran, Mrs. Bess Knowles, sponsor.
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First row-Shirley Pait, Moria Glen, barbara Spotts, Llo,d.ne Sica.es, Ve.donia Spence. Fourth row-Sandra Patiry, Gail Boyd, Jeannette Canfield, Kay Mc-
Locklear. Second row-Delores Furay, Carmen Pelletior, Bobbie Denlinger, Master, Barbara Belote, Carolyn Bruner, Sylvia Milham, Joan Castle. Filth
Isla Cawart, Carolyn Kinard, Kay Stanton. Third row-Marjorie Willis, Ethel
Kozma, Pat Jennings, Eleanore Albane, Gloria Tesky, Audrey Smith, Carolyn
row-Larry Barber, Darrel Cochran, Biff Sutton, Jerry Stieger, Bob Swoszowski,
John Wakeman, Tommy Thomas, Edwin Meador, Curtis Story.
Choral Society Presents Many Spectacular Prcductinns
First row-Judy Johnson, Cile Puckett, Sonja Carlson, Carolyn Fordham,
Charlotte Buchan, Second row-Joan Vaughn, Carole Rishell, Ginger Davis,
Judy Smucker, Sandra Alderman, Martha McKibbin. Third row-Darthea
Stambough, Judy Thomson, Martha Bierwiler, Sarah Kelley, Sarah Markette,
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Hussey, Sandy Huth, Beverly Wingo, Judy Ellison, Joy Mathis, Sally Hamlett.
Fifth row-Duke Leatherbury, Fred Steinmeier, Dean Bowen, David Miller,
Leland Park, Bob Rice, Don Moore, Eddie Gewrin, George Patrick.
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First row-Kay Leach, Darlene Lightfoot, Jewell Hudson, Lynne Wright,
Darleen Malinson. Second row--Sally Ann Richar, Judy Long, June Knight,
Jane Johnson, Patti Hunter, Donna Smith. Third row-Charfene McEwen,
Barbara Burgess, Joyce Dumph, Barbara Newhart, Betty Patrick, Ricky Car-
man. Fourth row-Ralph Thompson, Judy Roger, Pat Mur.ay, Kendo Harney,
Janet Duncan, Karen Douglas, Cathy Martin, Billy Verigan. Fifth row-John
Brinkley, Broward Hunter, Ronald Taylor, Gene Long, William Gulledge, Bill
Finnell, Tommy Ford.
Traditional of the Choral Society are the spectacular
productions which require a tremendous amount of work
and effort. This year a light opera, "The Chimes of
Normandy," won first place in the hearts of those who
saw it. The quaint costumes and eighteenth century set-
tings added to the pleasing melodies, And likewise the
Christmas Memory Book with its living pages set to music
enchanted its audiences.
But the scope of the Choral Society reached farther
than the halls of Edgewater, for groups traveled all over
Orlando to spread music. They gave programs at the
junior highs, and the Tourist Club.
One of the outstanding highlights of the year was the
state clinic where the best voices were brought together
to sing. The state and district contests were also very
inspiring. Many honors were brought back by this
talented group of songsters.
First row-Nancy Browning, Mary Jo Piersol, Dot Haynes, Judy Hancock,
Susan Butler Second row-Eileen Zalla, Bettie Prescott, Toni Santo, Pat
Goodwin, Fran Morello, Janet Swangren. Third row-Janet Berlin, Clyda
Colson, Edith Sims, Marilyn Parkinson, Linda McLain, Edythe White, Anna
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Jane Hoskins. Fourth row-June Algee, Martha Morris, Phyll Anthony, Gwen
Tilson, Sandra Stephenson, Patricia Browning, Peggy Murphy. Fifth row-Mike
Niel, Earl Brewer, D ve Lawson, Walter Reeder, Jack Huebner, Jim Hewitt,
Dick Heath, Ken Wohlust, Duane Bowen.
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First row Duke Leatherbury, Mike Neel, Fred Steinmeier, David Miller, Earl Gulledge, Don Moore, Walter Reeder Fourth row Gene Long, Dave Lawson,
Brewer, Curtis Story, Eddie Geurin Second row Bill Verigan, DarrellCochran, Biff Sutton, Dean Bowen Fifth row Jerry Stieger, John Wakeman, Bob
Bob Rice, Martha Morris, Edwin Meador, Ralph Thompson, Duane Bowen Swoszowski, Tommy Thomas, Leland Park, Bill Fennell
Third row Broward Hunter, Ronald Taylor, Jack Huebner, Dick Heath, Bill
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The Choralaires represented the utmost in skill and
musical talent. This carefully selected group of song-
sters lent their talent to provide musical entertainment
throughout central Florida. On the agenda of this busy
group we found singing for the Parent-Teacher Associa-
tion, the Shrine Club, Rotary Club, and the March of
At Christmas these "singin' chullin' " visited hospitals
to bring Christmas cheer through song to the sick.
Dressed in formal attire this group sets a high stand-
ard and one that Edgewater can be proud of.
Mrs. Estelle Thomas, head of the Music Department,
is the center around which the Choral Society revolves.
First row-C. Buxhan, D. Lightfoot, M. Piersol, M. Bierwiler, A. Smith, K. McMaster
S. Stevenson, J. Canfield, B. Wingo, S. Patiry, J. Johnson, S. Pait, J. Duncan, P
Hunter, J. Knight, B. White, E. Bell, S. Butler, P. Bell, J. Sumcker. Second row-D
Leatherbury, M. Neel, D. Miller, D. Cochran, D. Boyen, B. Verigan, B. Hunter, J
Frazier, B. Swoszowski, C. Holmes, J. Huebner, T. Thomas, R. Rice, C. Story, E. Geurin
E. Meador, D. Heath, D. Moore, R. Carman,
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June Knight and Janet Duncan provide the accompani-
ment for the choral groups.
Shirley Pait, Treasurer, Choral Society, Jack Huebner, President, Choral Society Darlene
Lightfoot, President E-Gals, Mary Jo Piersol, Secretary, Choral Society, Patricia Bell
Vice-President, Choral Society, Mike Neel, President, Choralaires, Donald Moore
Librarian, Eleanor Bell, Vice-President, Choral Society, Carolyn Kinard, Secretary E Gals
Robert Rice, President, Eagleaires.
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Practice makes perfect might well be called the motto
of these two busy groups-the E-Gals and the Eagleaires.
For two mornings a week they arrive at school at seven-
thirty in the morning to begin their work.
Evidence that this is their motto was shown when they
sang for the Parent-Teacher Association, Shrine Club,
and Rotary Club.
Clad in the traditional colors of red and white these
groups are good-will ambassadors of song.
First row-Nancy Browning, Charlotte Buchan, Jane Johnson, Toni Santo,
Susan Butler, Shirley Pait, Don Moore, Martha Bierwiler, Mary Jo Piersol,
Darlene Lightfoot, Cille Puckett, Eileen Zalla, Barbara Newhart, Kay Leach.
Second row-Dot Haynes, Judy Long, Charlene McEwen, Lynne Wright, Judy
Thomas, June Knight, Ethel Koaza, Audrey Smith, Evalyn Hussey, Pat
Jennings, Sarah Markette, Sarah Kelley, Marjorie Willis, Judy Smucker,
Patricia Bell. Third row-Peggy Murphy, Bobbie Denlinger, Karen Douglas,
Sal Richar, Carol Rishell, Sandy Huth, Gloria Tesky, Anna Jane Hosking,
Joan Castle, Martha McKibben, Patti Hunter, Edythe White, Eleanor Bell.
Fourth row-Fran Morello, Judy Johnson, Dorthea Stambaugh, Kay McMaster,
Barbara Burgess, Janet Berlin, Cathy Martin, Judy Rogers, Kay Stanton,
Karen Benn, Janet Duncan, Sandra Alderman, Lila Cowart, Jere Willis.
Fifth row-Sandra Patiry, Sandra Stephenson, Marilyn Parkinson, Beverly
Wingo, Pat Murray, Kendra Harney, Carolyn Bruner, Carolyn Kinard,
Carolyn Spence, Barbara Belote, Judy Ellison, Sally Hamlet, Joy Mathis.
"l'VE BEEN WORKING on the chain
gang," is sung by the Eagleaires as Mr.
Orville Davis provides appropriate atmos-
Kneeling-Judy Harrell, Patsy McKee, Margaret Powell, Curtis Darling, Ann Dozier, Pat Chambers, Bob Wier, Frank Croson, Al
Hinson, Judy Hall, Judy Brewer, Larry Gordon, John Davidson, Harris Hendricks, Dave Stewart, John O'NeaIl, Coral Sears, Mike Price,
Kraham, Jack Huebner, John VanHorn. Standing-Beth Cofer, Julia Sylvia Ridley, Vivian Brewer.
THE EAGLE BAND displays it's ability in a special precision formation.
A PORTION of the brass section blasts a salutatory fanfare.
Kneeling-Frank Seibert, Joe Avent,
John Lupo. Standing-Lewis Blood,
Loretta Bagley, Tina Rumpf, Oliver
Geeting, Eue Ewin, Patsy Waite,
Linda Horne, Nancy Werking, Judy Dickinson, Denny Trubey, Elmer Henry, Bob Erisman, Leigh Smith, Don Burns, John Eikenberry,
Linda Kurth, Sylvia Woolever, Marilyn Soule.
The Eagle Band Merits Invitation to Tulip Festival
With a roll of drums and a fanfare of trumpets
the seventy-two piece Eagle Band represented
Edgewater at the Tulip Festival in Holland, Michi-
gan. This trip represented much hard work of
the band through their endless efforts and de-
termination to represent Florida. Their fund-rais-
ing projects included: washing cars, selling tickets
for the Grand Ole O'pry dance featuring the
Eagle Dance Band, and many radio and T. V.
appearances-all of which aided in gaining the
Eagle Band's goal. I
Anne Dozier, Al Hendricks, Wendy Edwards, Sponsor Bernard Firks, Carol Morrison, David
Stewart, and Eddie Oram run over last minute instructions for the coming performance.
DISPLAYING it's uniforms and instruments in V formation, is the proud Eagle band.
Edgewater's band also sounded the beat for
its Homecoming Parade and numerous Christmas
parades. They collaborated with Boone and
Winter Park to add color and entertainment at
the Tangerine Bowl half time ceremonies.
Various solo and ensemble groups attended
the District contest held in Apopko and in the
State Clinic at Tampa.
The Eagle Band worked tremendously hard in
the school and community gaining recognition
for themselves and E.H.S.
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Carol Erickson, Marlene Voorlies, Judy Bradley, Lora Lee McNeilly.
The traditional yell, "Well is everybody happy?"
symbolizes our cheerleaders.
Pep, Vigor, and Vitality were displayed in foot-
ball and basketball games by these enthusiasts as
they stirred up rousing yells for our Eagle team.
These pepsters might be called general all-around
"tlunkies." Their jobs ranged from amateur adver-
tisement and ticket salesmen to cheerleading in-
structors and pep leaders of the school,
To be tigureheads ofthe school was quite a job,
but with poise and gracetulness, the cheerleaders
were perfect representatives both at home and
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The majorettes, ten high-stepping beau
ties, led the band as they performed in foot
ball halftime shows, parades and other
functions in which the band appeared. Spon
sored by Miss Virginia Mack, and under the
able instruction of Mrs. Margaret Smith
they learned many outstanding routines
that helped them cop top honors at District
The highlight of the year was the trip
made by the majorettes and band to the
Holland Michigan Tulip Festival. Although
preparation for the trip took many months
of hard work, all felt it was well worth the
Edgewaters majorettes are certainly an
organization we can all be proud of.
Patsy Waite, Vivian Brewer, Judy
Harrell, Sue Ewin.
First row-Lynn Ginson, Carol Popejoy, Linda Gray, Betty Jean Harper,
Bobbie King. Second row-Harriett Dunbar, Marielle Pickard, Nancy Morrison.
falternatei, Brenda Thornton, Jane Ellen Gridley, Byna Jo Cumbie. iNot
Pictured-Theresa Hughs, alternatei.
J. V. CHEERLEADERS
Hey gang? Have you seen those perky J. V. Cheer-
leaders? They did a great job of promoting school spirit
at J. V. football and basketball games. Assisting Varsity
Cheerleaders, they added color and gust to pep rallies.
They were given the privilege by the Varsity Cheerleaders
J. V. Cheerleaders lead Eagle
Edgewater's top athletes who have earned varsity
letters comprise the membership of the "E" Club.
Under the guidance of Coach Beech, the club helped
to bolster the school's interest in athletics by sponsoring
several worthwhile activities.
First row-John Barrington, Harry Tucker, Dave Ellis, Bob Swozowski, Harold
Rayburn, President, Lynnwood Dunn, Secretary-Treasurer, Steve Shacoskif'
Vice-Presidentg Lindy Patterson, Mr. Al Beech. Second row-Jim Morgan,
to cheer a quarter at the Boone vs. E.H.S. game. At the
Red and White game, which is a preliminary football
game, they cheered for the opposing team. Through these
performances they gained experience for the big step-
Spirit While "E" Club Enaets It
Some of the main activities were selling ribbons be-
fore the football games and selling cold drinks at the
home basketball games.
Promoting a better understanding and a sounder rela-
tionship between teacher and athlete is the main purpose
ofthe "E" Club.
Mike Neel, Paul Howard, Jerry Essick, Leroy Azar, Jon Johnson, Gene Moore,
Bob Dctherow, Randy Bryan, Tommy Deserable.
Bullets and Bishops Signity Riile-Pistol Bluh and Chess Bluh
First row-Vira Steinmeier, Jack Stone, Pat May, Bill Haas, Dave Partlow,
Ken Strumpler, Bob Blumer, Charlie Wright, Duke Leatherbury. Second row-
Bob Brewster, Ted Moo, James Phifer, Ronny Keyes, Howard Corry, Broward
Late in the first semester a new club was organized
which was named the Rifle-Pistol Club. At their first
organizational meeting they elected officers to help get
the club on their feet, Their program for the year in-
Your movel The objects of Chess Club, sponsored by
Mr. Edwards, are of high caliber. These ideals are to
promote active interest in the international game of chess
and to promote the friendship which develops from mu-
tual interest in worthwhile activity. Chess literature was
First row-Carl Ruediger, Jim Miller, Walter Colby, Linda Ingalls, Kay Smith,
John Graham, Walter Tew, Bill Garnett. Second row-Mr. Louis Edwards,
sponsorg Lamar Jackson, Mark Fowler, Owen Howard, Richard MacAIIister,
Hunter, Bill Lemmon, Pearson Sundberg, John Loughe, Heywood Matthews,
Richard Megow, Lee Hall, Mr. Jack Sprouse, sponsor.
cluded a safety program on the use of guns and having
speakers come in and talk on rifle collections. The big-
gest project was the establishment of a rifle range on
which students could practice target shooting.
procured for the use of all members, matches were held
between players and a club tournament was successfully
given. This new organization has already produced sev-
eral players of great promise who will be respected con-
tenders in state-wide events..
Carl Dover, Mason Kelsey, Richard Nevergold, Mike Norris, Ken Goepper,
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First row-Mr. Lyle Lowry, sponsor, Pris Pranger, Sandy Hoflman, Connie Second row-Harold Fink, Jesse Waller, Dave Ballentine, Jim Ford, Jim
Elliot, Otis Herman, Barbara Ford, Walter Colby, Earl Brewer, Judy Abicht. Wilson, Bill Algee, Richard Nevergold, Lynn Powers.
"Flashl"-another victim ot the "Shutterbug" is re-
leased. The Photography Club consists of eager picture
clickers. Their dream of an equipped darkroom is now
a reality. ln this room shots of our campus as well as ot
outside material are developed by club members. The
club helps acquire much needed experience and knowl-
edge to become pro photographers. A service project
was the pictorial history of Edgewater. Beware! This
photo disease is contagious to those who come in contact
with a .... Camera,
Photography Cluh and lhsuals Also Apply Hohhies in School
The duties of the Visual-Aids Department are many
and varied. Twice each year, on requests from the
various departments, film strips, records and transcrip-
tions are ordered for school use. ln addition the Visual-
Aids crew must set-up and operate, furnish black-out
curtains, movie screens, and clean equipment after use.
Visual-Aids crews do all minor repairs, keep equipment
in top condition, and the operators are well trained in
the use of all types of machinery. Their duties can be
described as four-fold-order, supply, operate, and re-
turn. Visual-Aids completed more than 600 hours ot
work in l956 and l957.
Mr. John Permar, Harry Hazelton, John Barrington, Linda Anderson, Virajean Steinmeier, Donna Holl, Joe Stolte, Robert Blumer,
Phillip Wolkens display new projection equipment.
First row Vncky Lundberg Judy Thomson Gayle Hardln Frelda Poff
Cynthra Baumgardner Pat Murray Suzle Stlnson Lynn Basden Carolyn
Cory Mary Jane Strann Second raw Sylvna Peters Inez Westgate Janet
Keeny Fred Curry Albert Gertcke Jesse Waller John McDonald Mason
Kelsey Phllup Jenkins Carl Dover Bob Soyars Mike Pruce Jerry Rlch
Ronald Marcotte Third row Mr Fred Sprouse Dave Partlow John Mc
Mlllan Larry Gordon John ONeall Chns Mogelvang Charlie Harnson
Howard Curry James Mosteller Davnd Frltz Benny Martln Mr Jay Wlshuu
A :me and a pnece of wet paper make a battery to promote a general unterest In scnence
Phenomena such as thus as well as more practucal reac By backlng a regronal scuence four and encouraging
tnons were brought out byguest speakers student demon partucupatlon the club hopes to spread nts Interest to
strators and fneld trips taken by the aspurnng scientists the rest of the student body
Bl Phy Chem Fosters Selentlsts loan Fund Aids Students
Under the dlrectron of Mr Stuart Van Voorhees and at the conve-ment rates offered
the Student Confidence Fund Commnttee Edgewater stu The Loan Committee ns composed of representatives
dents have borrowed amounts of money up to and In from the sophomore junlor and sensor classes the
cludnng S50 Loans are avaulable to all students having D C T the Student Council Vocatnonal Agrlculture and
o genuune need and who show the abrluty of repayment Auto Mechanncs
THE STUDENT CONFIDENCE FUND commnttee conslstmg of Patrrcla Papot Nancy Taylor Walter Colby Mr Stuart Van Voorhees faculty adviser Lynnwood
Dunn John Van Horn Mrtchell Sundy and Karen Tabory examme appllcatlons for loans
First row-Mitchell Sundy, Eddie Bosse, Randy Bryan,
Bobby Dotherow, Bill Caudle, Stanley Ullom, David
Long, Roy Pierce Jr., Jon Stapleton, Bob James, George
Adams. Second row-Bob Root, Robert Butler, Larry
DeVore, David Johnson, Harry Tucker, Harold Rayborn,
Lindy Patterson, Richard MacAllaster, Pete Luke, Huey
Tyra, Ronnie Mondok, Henry Roddenberry, Ronny
First row Sally Streck student assistant Jim Garrigus
Ken Reinard Jerry Thornton Charles Watson William
Yates Leslie Covington Henry Hartman Harry Larson
Second row Bill Chastain Gary Shaw Reginald Bost
wick Gerald Howell John Dyer Woody Wilkerson Joe
Shoaf Ronald Wicks Third row Bobby Acor Jimmy
Connell AI Driver Bud Campbell Bryan Dover Fred
Criswell Al DeAngells Jack Stearman Glenn Brugman
Auto Mechanics Build and Develop Industrial Skills
Unrealized mechanical abilities in some boys are
brought out, developed, and polished in Auto Mechanics
under the guidance of Mr. Henry Pilker, The boys learn
everything from changing a tire to grinding valves.
Auto Mechanics is not a club but a service class. The
industrially trained students offer services such as re-
pairing and completely overhauling cars, scooters, and
lawn mowers, for both faculty and students, free of
The policy of Auto Mechanics falls in line with Edge-
water's policy of developing the student as a whole.
Auto Mechanics trains boys to work with their hands
and minds in a simulated industrial environment,
MR. PILKER TRAINS and guides boys who are mechanically
Gettlng a head start ln the buslness world D C T
Club members began thelr school day an hour earluer
than regular classes to obtaln lmportant lnformatlon
essentnal ln becomlng proflclent workers Galnmg
knowledge of Income tax procedure fllllng out forms
soclal securlty and Insurance pollcles the flfty mem
bers took thus course ln conjunctlon wlth two academlc
subjects Twenty seven students partlclpated ln the
dlstrlbutlve educatlon phase of the program workmg
un business flrms after school ln preparatlon for future
vocatlons as salesmen offlce and retall store man
agers salesglrls and sundry others lt as nnevltable
that thus ambltlous group wlll enjoy much success
DCT OFFICERS Karen Tabory Secretary Rlchard Harman Vlce Presldent Patrncla
Paul Treasurer Ken Holt President Don Downes Reporter and Robert Hoefler
Sergeant at Arms discuss thenr occupatuons agamst a background of the state of
Flonda D C T seal
IJ ll T Allows Students tu
Fust row Ken Holt Jerry Gresham Roy Aklns Bob Palce Phnllup Mosher
Gene Herrmg Bobby Lock Robert Hoefler Second row Judy Snodgrass
Jean Denton Prlscllla Satterthwaute Donna Jo Inck Yvonne Rhodes Betty
Wnllrams Peggy Sasser Phyllls Wise .lean Rowell Joan Lundequam Third
row Mr Wllllam Danenburg Mary Ann Patrry Vlrglnla Kasper Peggy
Gam Valuable Work Experience
Conner Betty Robison Arllne Ollver Dothe Ward Patrlclo Paul Carolyn
Gunter Karen Tabory Lols Jones Mr Stuart VanVoorhees Fourth row
Carl Harrns Bud Barber Paul Bowan Cecll West George Taylor Don
Downes Jack LeHeup Kenneth Wllluns Nell Frey Jack Flanders Davld
Squares Duck Harman
DISTRIBUTING THE Eagle Eye among representatnves
for sale to the homerooms arc Frrst row Barbara
Sme tzer Fred Franley Mass La Vonn Benson Prus
Pranger Mr Joseph Barklay Carol Avera Lynn Glnson
Second row Betty Adams Carolyn Luker Nancy Harlun
Sandra McDaniel Helen Stewart Third row Dennue
Simpson Walter Tew Sally Rens Judy Smucker Phoebe
THE EDITORS maknng out assignment
sheets for future edltlons are Fred Fralley
Phoebe Redner Judy Smucker and Sandra
WORKING DILIGENTLY on deadllne day before the copy goes to press are Barbara Smeltzer Walter Tew Phoebe Redner Prls Prcnger Mass La Vonn
Sally Refs Carolyn Luker Fred Fralley Sandra McDaniel Judy Smucker Benson Mr Joseph Barkley
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Eagle Eye Scans the Campus Beautitul for Newswnrthy Items
Coverlng the news and keeplng all Eagles well nn
formed ns the prumary functlon of the Eagle Eye En
thuslastlcally supported by the students the Eagle Eye
took top ratings ln the state and natlonal contests
Although wrltlng ns on lmportant part of a newspaper
there are many other phases to journallsm work All of
the staff members wrlte for the paper Page lay out
and photography are two of the other actlvutles of the
Eagle Eye staff The busmess staff members gamed
valuable experuence nn meetung people as they solucuted
advertnsmg from the local busmess furms The staff
learned new and better ways to produce a newspaper
at the Florida Scholastlc Press Conventnon nn St Peters
Strlvlng to show all parts of lufe at Edgewater the
paper has soclal sports and speclal Interest columns
along with the current news One of the special columns
thus year features storles about Edgewater students who
have llved ln dafferent countrles
An actlve club at Edgewater Eagle Eye had two cars
rn the Homecomung parade On February I3 they
sponsored the annual EH S Sweetheart contest The
theme centered around Valentlnes Day was musucal
The Eagle Eye was asslsted by the Edgewater Band and
the Art Club
THE DUMMIES are assembled for hnal
rolling of the press by Prls Pranger Sandra
McDaniel Fred Fralley Judy Smucker
Second row Carolyn Luker Sally Reese
Phoebe Redner Barbara Smeltzer Walter
ARRANGING FOR ad solucutatuon
are Mr Joseph Barclay busmess
adviser Jenny Clements Prls
Pranger and Cecnl West of the
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A LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
The year has drawn to an end. Edgewater has closed
her doors for a summer's rest, locking inside the mem-
ories of days filled with hard work and good fun.
In the I957 Odasagiah we have tried to capture
through words and pictures those memories The staff
and I hope you will approve and enjoy our efforts, and
that through the pages of this book and by the special
recording of l957 On Parade, you will be able to relive
those precious moments.
SYLVIA PETERS, Editor
Sparkling copy, interesting pictures, and pleasing lay-
out are what constitute good yearbook production. Up to
the last minute, section editors remained frantically
busy counting copy spaces and "cropping" photographs
to fit "impossible" lay-outs. But steered by their sponsor,
the editorial staff finally made what became known as
"that horrible deadline."
In the business staff room, managers and assistants
Scouted for ads, pleaded for subscriptions, and in general
"produced" the financial backing for the book.
LEAVING last-minute instructions with Lucy Ellen Jeffries, Nancy Scofield, and
her assistants, Margie Schleicher and Lorin Wiseman, prepare to venture forth for
ads with Miss Frances Saunders, adviser.
Udasagiah Records Edgewater Traditions
MARY JANE STRAIN
IN EZ WESTGATE
BETTY JEAN HARPER
N I NA SH ULER
JOY TRI PLETT
B U S I N E S S
LUCY ELLEN JEFFRIES
PATSY LU K E
THE MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION drives are handled by first period annual staffers
Patsy Luke, Mr. Alton Nolle, adviser, Bill Heath, Ken Holt, Steve Duckworth, and
THE DAY PROOFS returns frcm the engravers is an
important one for class editcrs Carol Erickson, Joy
Triplett, Nina Shuler, Mrs. Louise Abke, adviser, and
Sylvia Peters, editor-in-chief.
'ij Al Morrison, Buddy Patton, and Judy Chastain talk with
'vc "lp Walter Colby, and Brenda Thornton about getting plenty
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and Miss Frances Saunders, who guided the business staff, receive
our sincere thanks for the endless effort they have put out and the
tireless patience they have given us. Special thanks go also to our
three photographers, Mr. Alan Anderson, who did the class por-
traits, Mr. Charles Greco, group photographer, Walter Colby, stu-
dent photographer, and Carolyn Luker, who designed our cover.
Penny Pattrill and John McKnight proudly exhibit the first recording of 1957 On Parade to fellow
staff members Betty .lean Harper, Joyce McKee, Carol Schlichenmaier, Inez Westgate, and Mary Jane
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The long exciting run- to a touchdown, the clean
clear toss to the basket, a Texas-leaguer to right field,
the sweeping strides of the pacer, are all familiar and
thrilling sights to the Eagle sports fans. E.H.S. students
are behind her teams all the way and they whole-
heartedly throw themselves into the spirit of the fray.
This team support has developed into one of Edge-
water's most important traditions-her school spirit.
For win, lose, or draw, every game finds a crowd of
lustily cheering students inciting their team on to
greater exertion of effort and a keener will to win.
First Row David Dixon Wilson Holderbaum James Cushion Phillip Jackson
Bob Wilson Paul Howard Tommy Deserable Gene Moore Ben Crosby Mgr
Mike Neel Randy Bryan Bobby Dotherow Bob Hewitt Willie OMearo
Stanley Reese Dude Dunn Second Row Coach Bob bhirar Skip Wilson
Mel Wills Jerry Essrck James Grant John Thomas David McLean Bruce
AN ALERT EAGLE blocks a pass to prevent a Landon completion.
Barnhill Leroy Azar Cecil Dye Larry White James Taylor Tuffy Handley
Sonny Soppabianco Coach Bob Berry Third Row Coach Frank Lough
Virgil Woods John Wakeman Tim Bryan Frank Prgnone Bob Swoszowskr
Bob Rrchardi Bob Hodgson Lindy Patterson Owen Howard Emory Akerman
John Guy Harry Tucker
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Opening the 56 season with Gainesville the
Edgewater Eagles fought to a 7 7 deadlock in
the Tangerine Bowl The Hurricanes assumed a
seven point lead in the second period but did not
retain it With only one minute eight seconds
having elapsed since the Gainesville touchdown
Mike Neel ripped between his left guard and
tackle and went into the end zone John Wake
man performed beautifully in booting the all-
important score-tying extra point. A scoring
opportunity was lost by the Eagles in the closing
moments of the game as a Cecil Dye pass was
intercepted on the Hurricane 25.
Misfortune was with the Eagles as they en-
gaged defending state champion Miami High in
the Orange Bowl, Facing a fourteen-point deficit
the squad fought back mightily as Wilson Holder-
baum penetrated the Miami line and scampered
I8 yards for a touchdown, Hard luck struck in
the third quarter with the score I4-6 An Edge-
water pass receiver dropped the ball in the end
zone and later, Harry Tucker scored on a beau-
tiful 40-yard gallop, but a clipping penalty nulli-
fied the score, A strong Miami team tallied twice
in the last quarter to make the final score 27-6,
EDGEWATERS HIGH STEPPING MIKE NEEL shakes loose from a West Palm Beach tackler for a short gasn around nght end
The Edgewater team journeyed to Muams tor
the second tame thus game contestrng the Jack
son Generals Opposnng a powerful squad the
Eagle team trailed by fourteen polnts but soon
scored The tally was made by Harry Tucker
after a 49 yard advance on a pass from Cecul
Dye to Tum Bryan John Wakeman converted
The next Edgewater T D came In the third quar
ter wrth the Generals on the bug end ot a 33 7
total Freldnng a tumble back Gene Moore raced
86 yards to score The tunal score was 3913
as Jackson added sux polnts In the last quarter
The Eagles absorbed thenr thlrd loss at the
hands at the Jacksonvnlle Landon Lrons
blocked punt and a tumble opened the gates tor
two Landon tallues whnch produced a l-4 O halt
tnme lead Edgewater s only score came on the
trrst play of the fourth quarter when Paul Howard
raced l5 yards
The tlred up Eagles kept the ball on the move
throughout the tunal quarter A spectacular
runnnng exhrbutron was staged by Tommy Deser
able as he scooted tor 7O yards to the Landon 21
The Eagles were unable to penetrate tarther and
the game ended 27 7
COACHES Bob Shlrar
Bob Berry and Frank Lough express happy confrdence they antrcr
pate a vnctory rn a coming game
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A strong defense and brilliant running enabled
the Eagles to post a decided victory, the first of
the season, when they handed the Daytona Main-
land squad a l9-l2 setback.
Mike Neel left the scoring to Tommy Deser-
able, who tallied twice on short plunges, and
Wilson Holderbaum, although it was his pumping
legs that provided the power which carried the
ball into scoring position on two of the three
Edgewater grabbed a 7-6 half-time lead, then
capitalized on a pair of Mainland fumbles in the
second half to take a l9-6 lead before Mainland
scored with less than two minutes left on the
EAGLE HALFBACK Paul Howard eludes a Landon defender as he bursts
through for a sizeable gain.
With the Eagle defense at its height the Lake-
land Dreadnaughts were compelled to take to the
air in order to overcome a l3-7 Edgewater lead
going into the final quarter.
Randy Bryan and Harry Tucker were instru-
mental in Edgewater's first tally as Bryan re-
turned an intercepted pass to the Lakeland ll
and Tucker crossed the goal-line. The Red and
White backfield advanced the ball steadily after
a Lakeland fumble was recovered on their own
45-yard stripe. Deserable was responsible for
scoring and Wakeman's kick was good.
The Lakeland eleven passed for one T.D. and
recovered an on-side kick to set up another in
the fourth period to win 20-l3,
SCURRYING PAST Landon tacklers, Bobby Dotherow makes good
MANAGERS David Dickson, Dude Dunn and Ben Crosby render aid to an
injured player. lnsert: After three years as head man "Dude" Dunn has
been tagged "the best" by the coaches.
On Thanksgiving eve a crowd estimated at 7,500
filled the Tangerine Bowl to witness the traditional
The Eagles lost a scoring opportunity in the first period
when they fumbled on the Boone lO-yard line. Boone's
touchdown was set up in the second quarter by a bad
pass from center which sailed high over the head of
Edgewater's Tommy Deserable, Taking over on the Eagle
23 Boone scored shortly thereafter. Once more the
Braves took possession of the ball, recovering an Edge-
water bobble but unable to break through the strong
forward wall, Boone attempted a field goal which was
successful. The Eagles retaliated with a TD, to produce
a 9-6 half-time score when Cecil Dye completed o touch-
down pass to Tim Bryan.
Taking to the air in the final quarter, Edgewater's
Eagles roared to two tallies. Deserable fired to Virgil
Wood, and John Wakeman converted to put the Eagle
team out in front by a l3-9 margin.
Bob Swoszowski intercepted a Boone toss, and re-
turned it to midfield, After Harry Tucker made some
good yardage, Randy Bryan ripped off-guard to the op-
ponent's l-foot line, and then went the remainder of the
distance on the next play, Edgewater emerged victorious
Coral Gables, the state's number one high school
football team, experienced one of their toughest games
of the season against the Eagles, despite the fact that
they outscored them 35-6.
Edgewater trimmed the Cavaliers l79 yards to l77
on the ground. lt was the first time all year that Gables
had been outrushed.
Coral Gables capitalized on every Edgewater mistake,
as the Eagles were the victims of several misplays.
Edgewater's lone touchdown came near the end of
the game with the Eagles trailing 35-O. Paul Howard
took the ball and raced 60 yards for the score and the
outstanding individual run of the game.
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6 . . . MlAMl HlGH , 27
I3 . . . MIAMI JACKSON , 39
7 . . JAX LANDON 27
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0 . . . . JAX JACKSON , . . 21
i3 , , , . LAKELAND . 20
6 , . , CORAL GABLES , . 35
0 . . , . WEST PALM . . 26
I9 . , . . BOONE . . , . 9
WEST PALM BEACH
A fighting West Palm Beach eleven exploded in the
second half to hand the Eagles another loss to the
tune of 26-O.
The Wildcats managed only one touchdown in the first
half, scoring on a pass play that covered 23 yards.
Early in the third period, Gene Moore booted for Edge-
water, however the kick was blocked, and ruled recovered
by West Palm. The referees, after reversing their de-
cision, gave the ball to Edgewater on their own 4l, The
Eagles, unfortunately, were unable to muster a scoring
drive and Deserable kicked to the Wildcats' 25, Two
more tallies for West Palm followed making the score
The deepest penetration Edgewater made during the
game was to the West Palm Beach 35. The bright spot
for the Eagles was their goal-line stand in the second
BOB SWOSZOWSKI RACES with the pigskin after intercepting a Boone pass.
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THE HOMECOMING COURT FOR l956 was a picture of beauty. Resplendent in bouffant formals they are left to right: Carol Erickson, Betty Jo Moch,
Nancy Anderson, Peggy Traylor, Byna Jo Cumbie, Margaret Adams, Ann Hendrick, queen Linda Anderson, Pot Cossin, and Carol Popejoy.
Edgewater's gala homecoming festivities were marred only by a
heartbreaking 2l-O loss at the hands of the Jax Jackson Tigers.
Edgewater moved inside the 50-yard line on just two occasions.
After the third quarter opened, the Eagles went to the Jackson 44.
Early in the fourth they marched 42 yards to attain the Tiger 47,
but both moves were short-circuited by the tough Jackson defense.
The only bright spots in an otherwise drab performance for the
Eagles were the running ot halfback Tommy Deserable, who led the
Edgewater rushers with 58 yards, and the defensive line play of tackle
Leroy Azar and center Bob Swoszowski.
THE THRILLING MOMENT arrived, and to everyone's delight radiontly
beautiful Linda Anderson was proclaimed '56 Homecoming Queen.
GLAMOUROUS HOMECOMING QUEEN Linda Anderson seems
to float on air as she is escorted across the gridiron by Senior
Class President Bill Wright.
PAUL HOWARD FIGHTS for yardage as Landon players rush in for the tackle
Frrst Row-Coach Kovaluck Bob Blumer head manager J1m Hewrtt Jack
Conner Carl Farmer Duane Stark Glenn Inboden Larry Barber manager
Coach Beech Second Row Bull Grldley John Grahm Dennls Cox Barry
Wood Jrmmy Stark Rodney Clark Arnold Ausley Ph1l Dannels B1IIy
Dotherow Thrrd Row Jummy Cashnon Mlke Conley Bull Bass Mark Fowler
Jerry Wrrght Dale McDonald Glenn Blalr Claude Sherman Jerry Myers
Fourth Row Charles Conner Ronny Foster Robert Fleckensteln Skrp Wnlson
Alex Baetzman Butch Smedley Guy Brll Eastman Chrls Smlth Charley
Frens Dudley McGar1ty
Under Coaches Beech and Koval1ck the Edgewater
Junuor Varsuty football squad opened ITS season Wlfh an
1mpress1ve 39 0 vrctory over the Wunter Park team The
Baby Eagles racked up 24 ponnts 1n the f1rst half
W1th the Eagles scor1ng 1n the thurd peruod Ocala s
Hornets tallned once 1n the second quarter and tw1ce 1n
the fourth to set down the J V tearn 20 6 The SIX polnts
were galned on a pass from Bull Grndley to J1rn Hewltt
after a 33 yard scamper by Duane Stork
Roll1ng up 300 yards on the ground the J V team
swamped Maunland 25 0 B11l Grndley and Denn1s Cox
represented the scorlng wnth two TD s each Clark
Tra1I1ng by one po1nt wuth less than 3 mmutes re
mamung un the game the J V squad moved 70 yards
for the w1nn1ng touchdown Duane Stark scored the
fnrst T D and a pass from Dudley McGar1ty to Bob
Fleckenste1n provuded another sux po1nts to defeat Boone
The Junuor Varsuty squad suffered 1ts furst defeat at
the hands of the Lyman eleven Lyman led by a sux po1nt
margun unt1l early rn the fourth quarter when the score
was balanced after an 85 yard jaunt by B1ll Gr1dley
Lyman tallaed agam for a 12 6 w1n
A 30 yard pass from Rodney Clark to Bob Fleckenstem
accounted for the w1nn1ng touchdown as the Jun1or
Vars1ty team handed Lakeland a l2 7 setback Denn1s
Cox scored earluer nn the game
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the servuce of only one sensor for
most of the season the team was
greatly boosted by a host of very
Jon Johnson the sensor held top
honor nn the scorung department
huttlng for more than 20 points In
many games followed by compe
tent Steve Duckworth Other skull
ful players rncluded Bobby Hewttt
Jam Ford Larry Brnghton Buddy
Hanna Dave Ellus VnrgulWood and
Claude Sherman The Eagle team
rmproved steadily playlng one of
thenr best contests agamst Daytona
though losnng 52 5l
Steve Duckworth tries for a field goal as Jnm Ford awarts the rebound an the Ocala contest
COACH AL BEECH
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Randy Bryan Dude Dunn and Bobby Dotherow
Bob Hewltt Jon Johnson
Steve Duckworth Kemble Bennett
Jules Elluott Jlm Ford
Tlm Bryan Eddle Oram
Pat Adams Dove Ellus
Larry Bnghton Buddy Hanna
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Frist row Dave Lawson Charles Frers Vrrgrl Wood Coach Kovclrck Claude Sherman Carl Muter Buck Barnhart Second row Dennrs Cox Jack Leete Jerry Streger
Garrett DuBors Butch Smedley Bull Shrvely Jrm Sapp
Facrng the toughest of competutnon the Baby Eagle was necessary wnth Edgewater emergung vnctorrous 62 6l
cage team was effnclently gunded by Coach Muke Kova The squad Improved steadily during the season hand
luck throughout the l3 game schedule Though openmg :ng the Daytona J Vs a 42 4O loss and the Wrnter
the season with a loss to Ocala the Eagle hoopsters Park Junror Varsity a 45 42 setback The team closed
came roaring back twice to defeat the same team 4l 39 the season with a 5 8 record
and 48 30 ln a thrlllmg game with Lakeland overtime
EARLY TURNOUT FOR baseball Included kneelmg Tommy Deserable Steve Shacoslu Jon Johnson and standing Mgr Jrmmy Morgan
Lanny Mouldrn John Brmkley Gene Moore John Barrington and Mgr Dude Dunn
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Edgewaters baseball team 56 runnerup an the Bug
Ten performed brnlluantly throughout the 57 season and
manntauned a hugh standing un the Conference
Although very few players of the prevlous year re
turned many capable rookues reported for actlon and
turned ln a commendable record
Coach Frank Lough provnded the leadershup and funda
mental nnstructuon makung fune ball players of those
walling to learn and those eager to become proflcuent nn
A top contender nn the Bug Ten the Eagle team
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Jon Johnson Steve Shacoskl Tommy Deserable and
teammates John Barrmgton Gene Moore John Brinkley
and Lanny Mauldun sparked the Eagle cause on to victory
Jon Johnson Steve Shacoslu and John Brinkley engage In pre game warm up
Dude Dunn Lanny Mauldm and John Barnngton make ready for the pltch
Jules Ellrot wmds up for a powerful toss of the dlscus
WITH COACH Mlke Kovallck setting the mark Randy Bryan leaps stralnlng to get
that extra unch Insert The camera catches Dave Ellls form as he clears a hugh hurdle
The talented Eagle track team engoyed an nmpressuve season
agann thus year Wnth the flynng feet of sprunters Jules Elllott Paul
Howard and Randy Bryon quarter mnler Emory Akerman and
the champuonsnlp form of hurdler Dave Ellus the Eagles portlcn
poted an meets with top teams from all parts of the state
Outstanding un the tneld events were shot putters Butch
l-lolderbaum and Owen Howard dlscus thrower Jules Ellnott and
pole voulter Pete Luke These boys all turned un top performances
and were responslble for the team s contmued tune record
Emory Akerman Randy Bryan Jlm LaBrec and Dave Ellls get set for a trlal run
SET FOR A MIGHTY thrust IS shot putter Butch Holderbaum
Harold Rayborn attempts to sink o putt on the eighth hole as Paul Coler, Allen Bork, Dwight Cook, and Jere Lober watch intently.
The prospects were bright for the newly re-established
Eagle tennis team, as they entered upon a season of
strongly competitive play. Under the able guidance of
Coach Bob Shirar these energetic racket wielders devoted
many strenuous hours to practice, Through their efforts,
Edgewater again had a team upholding its winning tra-
Competing with several of the state's top teams, Edge-
water's newly reorganized swimming team, under the
guidance of Coach Van Voorhees, launched themselves
into an "event-filled" season. With the talents of veterans
Kimble "Fish" Bennett, Norman Toy, and Fred Frailey,
these aquatic speedsters established an impressive string
Striving to better the fine record of their predecessors,
the Eagle golf team remained one of the top in the state.
Due to the skill and dexterity of Jere Lober, Dwight
Cook, and Junior State Champion, Harold Rayborn, the
Eagles were able to compete in Big Ten and State High
School meets, displaying the ability for which they are
THESE BOYS represent "Edgewater in the water": Norman Toy, Fred
Frailey, Al Morrison, Mark Gluckman, Bill Robinson, Kemble Bennett.
EDGEWATER'S TENNIS TEAM,
snapped just before going into a
fast practice session are Bill Gar-
nett, Dave Miller, Fred Curry.
Second row-Inez Westgate, Judy
Chastain, Gayle Bynum.
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Nancy Walsh, lnez Westgate, and Sissy
Sellers await her tag-out,
Under the direction of Miss Evans,
Miss Mack, and Miss Rilea, the girls have
a varied program of physical education.
Fast friendships as well as exciting games
develop in this class, as the girls divide
into teams to engage in sports consisting
of volleyball, softball, hall ball, basket-
ball, tumbling, ping pong, checkers, and
shuftleboard, These games increase the
enthusiasm which is witnessed in their
wholehearted participation at other
schools in "Play-Days" which present an
opportunity for displaying skills in a wide
range of sports competition.
This is modern jazz, as demonstrated by Betty Jo Mock, Gayle Moye, and Betty Jean Harper
Edith Sims is tense while
watching Judy Chastain re-
turn the ball to their re-
laxed opponents, Janice
Johnson and Lauranne Cash.
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Shown through the lens of the candid camera are the
moments yau'lI remember most, the classroom work
and fun, the exciting weekends filled to the brim with
the wonderful events you looked forward to with anti-
cipation all week, the gala dances held on the Eagle
Plaza or in the gym, the pep rallies and hayrides, and
the multitude of other activities which kept you busy
from dawn to dark. But there were the serious moments
too, when you thought about the future and your place
in it. All these and many more are caught up in the
wonderful, traditionally varied activities of Eagle
A TYPICAL SCENE from "Best Foot Forward" finds David Miller, Biff Sutton, Joe
Kersey, and Clark Holloway admiring ravishing Hollywood actress, played by Edith
Edwin Meador, .lack Heubner, Darlene Lightfoot, and Bob Rice portray a
tense scene from the "Chimes of Normandy."
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demonstrates the style that won for her the title
of '56-'57 F.F.A. Sweetheart.
ln the fields of drama, music, and speech Edgewater
has rated superlative. For those intensely dramatic
plays under the guiding hand of Miss Peggy Sells, our
students emoted in roles of stirring tragedy such as the
tearful production of The Valiant or the rib-tickling Best
Foot Forward, and the comedy-filled The Little Dog
Our fabulous musical shows under the direction of
Mrs. Estelle Thomas combined the melodies ofthe Choral
Society with witty dialogue as they presented "The
Chimes ot Normandy." The band, too, gave us rhythmic
marches or off-beat tangos in their half-time shows as
well as "rock and roll" in "Operation B Flat."
In all phases of speech and music Edgewater has given
BETWEEN ACTS David Miller, Joe Kersey, Biff Sutton, Sandra Patiry, Jesse
Waller, and Jerry Green make hasty changes in the scenery of "Best Foot
Forward," a terrific comedy hit!
Reverence is a feeling each of us owes our God and
our country, Both of these are displayed at Edgewater
by the early morning flag raising and the inspiring de-
votions which start our day. There is an additional
factor, loyalty to the school itself as evidenced by the
high quality of sportsmanship displayed at all school
functions. All three of these factors combine to make an
Edgewater citizen truly the person who is an outstanding
citizen of tomorrow.
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of their choice.
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THEIR HEADS BOWED reverently, E. H. S. students
begin each day with a prayer for personal guidance.
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JUNE KNIGHT PREPARES to give the morning devotions
that play such an important role in our school day, with
help from Walter Jeurgenson and Buck Rogers who
operate the sound system.
RICHY ELWELL RECEIVES the
Official document from Mr Davis
as Judy Chastain smiling happily
walks off the stage dlploma in
Edgewater is proud of the organiza-
tions and people who have brought her
honors in every field of endeavor. Her
drama and music departments are known
throughout the state for their record of
fine performances, and her publication
staffs have 'fcopped" first place ratings
in both state and national contests, Edge-
water representatives to Boys and Girls
State and the delegates from civic clubs
to state conventions rose to hold state
and county offices But more rewarding
is the climax of the Seniors year the
crown of achievements his diploma
WITH THAT SMILE of achievement Bonnie Robinson makes the down payment on her class ring
to Al Morrison and Bob Soyars
Buddy Patton Walter Jeurgenson Jon Johnson and Lynwood Dunn gaze at the scrapbook
over Nancy Taylors and Sissy Sellers shoulders as they remember the educational as well SPEAKING on a highly informative sublect Ann Burton
as recreational week at Boys and Girls State plays her forensic abnlity
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DIVERSION7 Yes mdeed' Ask Nlna Shuler and AI Drrver what show
DECORATED CARS floats wth gurls n fluffy formals trucks wrth vcrlaus demonstrations
and many other novelty features made up the colorful Homecommg Parade
How about a date Saturday mght9 There s a great
show playing at the Beacham O K see you at 8 OO
Thus ns a common conversation to be overheard near
the lockers or un some corner on campus Many dates are
followed up wlth a snack at the Pug n Whistle a favorite
hangout of the teenagers
TV get togethers and ,am sessuons were lukable duver
sions so the gurls kept those refrigerators well stocked
for mndnught raids
Snnce the opennng of the Eagle Plaza a whurl of dances
filled the summer months wnth ganety as the Edgewater
patuo resounded to rock n roll
Homecommg with nts parade mcludmg the glamorous
attendants representing each class the crownmg of the
Queen and the pastgame dance clnmaxed the fall social
All of these dlversuons tended to make the hours after
school delightful and excltung
SIPPING COKES and munchmg
cookles Ray Pope and Harriet and
Nancy Dunbar enjoy an evenlng of
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WHICH COLLEGE is for me? Joan Dial Phil Jenkins and Jimmy Hutcheson consider
question as they look over the many catalogues in the college center
Playing an important role In community lite Edge
water spirit extended beyond the campus influencing
both young and old with its enthusiasm and vigor Stu
dents applying for labs exhibited the training and efti
cnency instilled in them by the E H S faculty The stand
Debbie Sincic shows that Edgewater school spirit spreads even
to the small fry
Betty Williams under the D C T program
ing record that over sixty percent of Edgewater seniors
attend college shows the high ideals and goals aspired
to by her students No task was too great to undertake
no job too hard to complete On campus and off Edge
waters influential activities are helping to mold her
people into the citizens of tomorrow
Ann Shaw Betty Jean Harper and Tommy Deserable grin from ear to ear as they look over
the blueprints for a teen age dream the youth center
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Jane Ellen Gridley races the motor as Wayne Page and Helen Stewart encourage ITS AN EAGLECADEH Nine buses filled with enthusiastic Eagles
Charlotte McManus to shake a leg hit Daytona Mainland and Morrison s Cafeteria with a jolt they Il
Employing everything from foot power
tjust walkingl to 300 horsepower lCadillacsl
Eagles make transit daily to and from
school scurry to their many activities and
even with the help of a Greyhound Bus or
coach car journey with the team to one of
those games away from home Fighting that
after school traffic is anything but fun but
the fact that over one third of the student
that Edgewaterites are constantly on the
TRANSPORTATION? Even Jerry Thornton Ken Relnard James
Relnard and Mr Pllker are beginning to doubt It as they lose
hope of ever digging out the skeeter that holds Claude Cooper
and Lindy Patterson
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Somewhere in those first few weeks of school comes
the traditional pledge week Carrying books shining
shoes providing chewing gum and washing cars are the
milder forms of initiation but some poor plebes may
even find themselves singing solos in the cafeteria
Several fair ladies even received gallant proposals from
pledges on bended knee Though humerous and some
times quite embarassing these stunts provide those
points necessary for admittance into the various clubs
Tuffy Handly and Steve Duckworth put Virgil Wood and
Bobby Hewitt through the tortures of Civitan Initiation
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durlng a pep rally when cheernng stu
dents led by our vlvacnous cheerleaders
showed their support tor the team It
was demonstrated In the cafeteria by
students gathering to enjoy the tasty
food and exchange ndeas Thus gave
all an opportunnty to dlscuss the morn
angs events and to speculate about
t at terrible test All students
looked torward to readnng the Eagle
Eye wlth nts nnterestnng and witty
artncles Part ot a class period was
provuded to engoy nts contents when
everyone became an avid crutnc of your
nallstuc ettorts Oneness was that feel
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yonned In a common purpose
Charlotte Dawson presents a slender contrast between the bnllowy sklrts of Brenda
Thornton and Charlotte Davuson
Every year has :ts share of new song nuts tashuon
musts and cute quups and the 56 57 season was
not to be outdone Cool cats In even cooler bermudas
styled In the lvey League Look lnstened to the rock and
roll music of Elvis Presley and danced dreamuly to sooth
ang lyrlcs sung by the Four Aces or the McGuure Sisters
Girls chose party dresses from the pencul slum sheaths or
ITS THAT IVEY LEAGUE look being shown at Its best by Dave Partlow Judy
Bradley Margaret Adams and Paul Howard
Pete Rachtman seems completely engrossed nn a very mterestmg
book Whats that tntle Pete777
umparted added fulness to already voluminous skirts wuth
stnffly starched crunolunes remunuscent of the day of
grandma whsle the boys clung to the ever popular sport
shurts and slacks or levns Humorous classroom nncndents
meetnng and makung new frnends and taking part an the
varuous school actuvutues combined to make this year
a novel one Interesting and excltung
KIMBALL MALCOM'S EYES wuden and Merle Stem takes an anxnous look
at her petnte wanstllne as they "dug un" to a soda at Ronnue's
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tracts, receipt books, and that all important explosive
sales talk, annual staffers invaded the Orlando business
districts intent on the project of getting ads. The follow-
ing section is the result of their careful planning and
work, necessary not only as the financial backing for
our book, but also to the students as a guide of what
and where to buy. Our advertisers are truly Eagle
supporters and to them we owe a debt of gratitude.
"Home of Bargains"
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WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
2011 Edgewater Dr 1050 Kuhl Ave 634 N Mllls
229 N Orange Blossom Trall
851 Orlando Ave Wlnter Park
Pune Hllls Colonial Plaza
HARRY P LEU Inc
100 W Llvlngston 22 N W 20th Sl'
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Servmg Florndo Smce 1900 wlth Complete
Stocks of Quoluty Tools ond Equipment
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The Portrouts for the I957 ODASAGIAI-I
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Blunk Hightower Furniture Co
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Examining the efficient, up-to-date facilities of Fairchilds ore Geraldine
Cheshire, Benito Green, Carolyn Fennell, ond Johnnie Bauer.
Stroud's Rexall Drug Store
100 5. Orange Avenue
FREE DELIVERY ON DRUGS AND COSMETICS
3006 N. Orange Avenue
Corsages and Weddings
1216 E. Colonial Drive Ph. 3-9658
PAUL L. DIXON
RECORDS RECORD PLAYERS
2419 Edgewater Dr. Ph. 5-5575
MEDICAL SU PPLY COMPANY
CHILDREN'S CLOTHES LINE
2202 Edgewater Drive
Palm Cleaners and Laundry, Inc.
2816 Edgewater Drive Phone 5-3474
Free City-wide Pick-up ond Delivery Service
I6 TRUCKS TO SERVE YOU
2018 N. Orange Orlando, Florida
SALES 81 SERVICE
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Central Florlda Motors Holler Chevrolet
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Orange Belt Truck 81 Tractor
MILLS 81 NEBRASKA
Lumber and Supply
Phone 2 3112
For the Smartest Young
Foshnons at Popular Prices
M A T T H E W S
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The TREND is to
Citizens National Bank
FOR LAS TING BEAUTY
Nothing adds a note of lu ury to a oom I ke
deep lu ur ous broadloom or sparkl g t Ie A
wde cho ce of fa ous name brands fob cs
a d lust ous colo s a e now ava lable at M Ile
Henkel s. They gua anfee e pe t stallot on
on carpeting, file, linoleum and kitchen counter
tops. For sensible suggestions on color schemes
and room styling, call the friendly folks at
Miller Henkel Floor Covering-phone Orlando
"The BANK OF COURTESOUS SERVICE" H17 VIRGINIA DRIVE
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plan at ori a National Bank from one of the tellers, Mr. R. J. lacuzzi.
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
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Factory Sales Rooms
8 E. Church
Selecting O graduation gift of a birthstone ring
from the large collection at LAWTON'S
JEWELERS are Shirley Ann Pait and Michon
Murray, assisted by Mrs, Ruth Jones.
COLLEGE PARK FLOR3571 will
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HAZEL PETTIGREW BUDDY PETTIGREW
1202 E. COLONIAL
Fountain Drinks+Sandwiches-School Supplies
Across from Edgewater High Phone 3-9190 162
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Insurance-Real Estate-Mortgage Loans
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27 E. Robinson Ave. Orlando, Fla.
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B E PURCELL COMPANY
We Clothe the Family We Furnish the Home
VISIT OUR WESTERN DEPARTMENT FOR
SQUARE DANCE OUTFITS
ORMOND A McABEE
Your Travel Agent
AIR, Bus and STEAMSHIP
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30 E. Pine Phone 2 5301
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JUDY LYN S
Phones 2139 W Falrbanks Ave
Orlando 2 3725 Wmter Park 5 6181
FAIRBANKS 5 81 10
2141 Falrbanks Ave
Mather of Orlando, Inc
Good ond Bod Fu mt e
69 E Pune Street 124 W Church Street
I IIS Flowers Its U S uol fy Eff cnent ond Cou teous Service
Coopers Flowers 81 Greenhouses COLLEGE PARK CLEANERS
2630 Edgewater Druve Phone 5 8933
ORLANDO FLQRIDA Telephone 2 7595 2217 Edgewater
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Edgewater Oil Company
KEROSENE - FUEL OILS
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DRAPERY AND FLOOR COVERINGS In
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2008 N. Orange Ave. mum MM
Roofing and Sheetmetal
SAMMIE BETl'lEA'S GRILL
2304 EDGEWATER muvs
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APPLIANCES Orlando, rio. Phone 3-6319
1229 N. Mano cALL Foiz FREE oEcoRAToR ssrzvics
ARDELLE'S TOT-TEEN SHOP
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2409 Edgewater Dr. Orlando, Florida 163
Air-Way Vacuum Cleaners
2820 Edgewater Drive
The All-Purpose Cleaner with the
Free Home Demonstration Ph. 5-7410
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Eight students from Edgewater learn how the
circulation of money affects our economy.
Following this scene at the tellers' cages
Assistant Cashier Buell Duncan, Jr. explained
how The First National Bank at Orlando serves
Pictured above are Mr. Buell Duncan, Jr., Tom
my Deserable, Winnie Coppege, Kay Chicone,
Bonnie Robinson, Sandy McDaniel, Joan Dial
Peggy Westgate, and Nancy Dunbar.
The College Park National Bank could be
termed "Edgewater's Bank" because it is a
close neighbor of the Edgewater High School.
Seven "Good Neighbors" from Edgewater
High gather in the College Park National lobby
to learn how checking accounts are handled
in this friendly bank.
They learn, too, that College Park National
pays TM guaranteed interest on savings and
that all accounts are insured up to SI0,000.00
by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
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Fiiist ational Bank
Pictured below are Norma Harrison, Bill Lynch,
Jon Johnson, Mr, Wampler, Charlotte Davison,
Helen Traylor, and Lindy Patterson.
He also painted out that all accounts at First
National are insured up to SI0,000 by The
Skimming along on beautiful Lake Tyler in a trim Correct Craft boat, Glen
Downes, Linda Price, Jimmy Hutcheson, Patsy Luke, Don Bremer, and
Harriett Scarbrough are enjoying one of FIorida's best loved sports.
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DUCKWORTWS GARAGE HERMAN'S LOAN OFFICE
2004 Ed ewater Drive LUGGAGE AND JEWELRY STORE
Phan: 3-2601 Established l92l
COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING MR' AND MRSA SHDNEY RSSB, prop'
27 W. Church Sf. Phone 2-E048
Colonialtown Service Store
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ORLANDO WINTER PARK
PUT YOUR SAVINGS
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Central Florida Wholesale
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