Edgewater High School - Odasagiah Yearbook (Orlando, FL)

 - Class of 1958

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A ,,.., .fx .fran 5 3 ,gwfg 'ijirlff H Q, ff ff' r' ' , 5 -' ' 3313- V Y' 'I gw ,. x 'if?"i 21 fun-an-s..,a........ .W ,-sushi ' - 'w .. ,',--" ."." '.' ,E'f The Jr. Optimist hayride on a crisp Octo- ber night created "moments to remember? for Vernon Uhran, Adrienne Cornibert, ' V and Sissy Weber. xrlemben atagger after the very St. Augustine. 4 if X f Oklahoma! Edgewater students wlll always remember this brilliant productxon staged by the Choral Society l f lei W Q i. e 1" "1 ' , W' J 4 M, rvrrr 5 ,,,r 1 N , X' V it X . , W x ,Y a , . 1w'5 ' " ' "Jr -N : fn , - Q-vi f ' 1-3 K rr l Q . f a4tA 9 t a 4' W 'Q K my I . It si Q 1 y 2 .1 1 Q ' 1 2 . 2 l fe f, M y , 4 ,, . . . . Our extra-curricular organi- zations are an integral part of our life here at Edgewater be- cause they teach us, the students, the value of co-operation and the ability to work together. At E. H. S. there is an organization to lit every student's need, inter- est, or talent. Vocational, avoca- tional, scholastic, civic, service or athletic in nature, they add the sparkle to the studies and help to make each Eagle a happy, healthy, 'land intelligent citizen. Through Teamwork in ATHLETICS and CLUBS Coach Berry and members of the "fighting Eagle team watch teamwork on the gridiron during a crucial play A I inf-At Trying out the art classes' new silk screen, Linda Pait, Ronny Henderson, and Steve Sum- mers work on advertising pan- els for the production of Many hours after the 3:05 bell has rung, David Nliller and Audrey Smith practice for the production of "Okla- homaf' r L, "Oklahoma" STUDENTS DISPLAY TALENTS Curley QDave Millerl and Judd CEd Ado Annie CN1arjorie Willisb displays Gay 90 pantaloons to an in- die Geurinl discuss the advantages of terested Ali Hakim CWilhelm Hutfmeierl and disapproving Aunt Eller Judd's death during a dramatic scene CMartha Bierwilerb. in "Oklahoma," Sealing the Nlarrlage Pro posal are Daxld Xllller and Vlarllyn Nlxller lesse Waller slghs Ill a2reement An llIldgll'l2itlVC tea IS held by C Indy 7ellner, C onnle Quinn Barbara lackson and Cherrx Smlth as thex pantomlme for drama class Learning doesnt always end aitel school IS shown by Ronny Poster C arol Avera Priscilla Pranger and Ben Sharp as thex work with Eagle Fxe proofs at the prmters l 125 ' r Bob Hodgson, stcllar Edgewater tackle, gets practical advice from Coach .lim Bryson. SPORTS GIVE EAGLES NDED PROGRAM lf. ll. S. ITl2llIlf1llllL'Kl ll policy dcsigncd to dcvclop good sportsmzlnship. QlU11k'llL'S took 21 pCl'SOI12ll intcrcst in calcll plzlycr. Sports wcrc lwnt-ticiul to spuctzltors and P11I'flClp1lllfS. NVQ rclm-lnlwrcd the winning touchdoxx'n llllkl the frcc throw that tit-tl thc scorc hut zilso tht' szttisfictl luculing ol' doing our ht-st :ls plnyul' or fun. Chalk talks by Coach Bob Berry diagram new strategy for attentive gridlnen. 1 l t x i Among scattered clothes and crinolines, Sandra Pemberton rushes to get dressed for gym class. lumpnng tor possession ol the ball are a group of glrls nn Mlss Rose Rllea s thlrd perlod gun class ln baseball COIIIPCUUOII catcher liuteh l'l0PlxlI1S and pitcher Al Beech Q gsm class lohn Brlnlxley hope for a put out as thex walt anxlouslx to catch a pop fly manager Bob Bloomer rescues the catcher s XY mask llmmy lxans, benc lxcndall, and 'lommx W agner enjos a game of softball ln C oach 'ii 'WA- '43- ww-Q l 1 Precision plus personality make Llonnle Harrell, Adrienne Cornibert, and Priscilla Pranger efficient Wearing their new uniforms the Color color guardsg but Sissy VVeber seems to be having guard concludes an impressive pre- trouble as Connie Elliott and Priscilla Doyle try game exercise. to put them through their paces. WORKING GALS BY DAY, Working after 3:05 our varsity cheerleaders conduct a clinic for aspiring Eagles. 'r"A' E WL. iw Attired in motley garb at practice, Vivian Brewer watch as Captain Tina mayorettes Ella Breck Huff, Jerree Rumpf demonstrates a tricky step. Peeples, Patsy VVaite, Sue Ewin, and EW? "Wa 1' X 55 A multitude of pulchritude was represented in our Homecoming Court by members of the various classes. Seen here are Ann Hendrick, Nancy Anderson, Betsy Arnold, Ann Pharr, Lynn Ginson, Carol Erickson, Bobby King, and Sandra Pemberton. CNot pictured, Patty Dial.7 GLAMOR QUEENS BY NIGHT Highlighting our 1957-S8 Homecoming, our radiant queen, Peggy Traylor steps through the arch of roses. l Y, A ff' A i Peppy Edgewater cheerleaders stimulate the Eagle Attendants watch as Nlickey Shapiro leads Peggy spirit during an exciting moment at Homecoming. Traylor in the first dance. VVaiting to get into action is Debbie Sincic. if 3.1 1 M, "Let the 'gals' do the work," say Alan Schofield and Stewart Hall as Louise Ginson and Cherry Smith get ready to shove oil. Nancy Anderson and Nlalcolm Hawley attend the church of their choice. Q WAN gi.. 9 ,, .va 'fs , X, QQ, 4 S XT lS 3 , hs, V Q 1" 'L 1 ii . W... 1 -V Q- midi' . Q ,s -ar--- After three years of going steady Jere Lober still looks with starry eyes at Jo Anne Heltzel as they take a break at the Junior-Senior Prom. i E.H.S. STUDENTS DISPLAY "Ladies and Gentlemen, we show you fashions around the clock." Thus the mistress of ceremonies started her style show as she displayed the varied types of H. S. dress. In school the silhouette of the girls varied from the slim, sleek sweater and skirt line to the billowing crinoline. liven the Centennial of Urlando's found- ing brought its special campus fashions as boys proudly exhibited well-cropped Yan Dykes or luxuri- ous sideburns. After-school activities kept the students on-the-go. At a Saturday skiing party. casual sports clothes and bathing suits were the highnotes in fashion. Bermudas were the "rage" for both boy and girl. ln contrast, sophisticated couples in elegant evening attire made their way to the Junior-Senior Prom. lf. H. S. students led the parade in displaying proper clothes to tit any occasion. ei 2:4 ' f. 'W i -9 , 4 N 'gn QQ! 'A V? A little undercover work got the photographer this picture of Lucile Russell and Betsey Ellis, as they peer over the rail of the cat-walk. ..L.LT- Attired in casual wear, Glenna Great- house explains some American expres- sions to Wilhelm Hulfmeier, the exchange student from West Berlin. Wearing typical sweater attire, Nlargie Schleicher advises David McLean, who seeks help with a difiicult problem. FASHIONS TO FIT OCCASIONS Urlando's 100th birthday brings a visible change in E.l-LS. boys Tommy Deserable, Steve Duckworth, Nlerv Helper, Kenneth Knott, Bob Richardi, and Mel VVills as they grow sideburns and beards for the Centennial. Z f 'lil Mit A7-lllulr 'I QM . M nfs 1- . -dmv., ath teacher, Mr Louis Fdwards, ponders a question So this is the forerunner of Grandfathers Stanley posed hy one of the quick thinking students in his Steamer?" says Tucky Graham to Larry Gordon as Algebra III class they set up the new science display window. STUDIOUS EAGLES 'lihe hurry and scurry, the frustration of broken pencils at crucial moments, and the constriction of your throat as you rose to make your report, made you tense and nervous. Relaxation was a must. Peek- ing at a few diversions through the candid camera xve found lfagles at dances, movies, or catching up on a little astronomy at a beach party. 'ainly Nlr. Harold Lomax tries to ward off Nlarion Love as Jeannie Caffee, Pat Davis, Doris Duke, grin appreciatively. Nlartha Davis and Bobby VVilson avoid the crowded prom as they enjoy dancing on the patio. REQUIRE RELAXATION Ann Hendrick finds this the perfect way to do homework. ifo- Owen Howard and Suzie Stinson are of the same opinion that this is one of those moments when fire- light has advantages. Climaxing a perfect date with a good night kiss are Steve Duckworth and Bobbie King. '1 he proper way to close a cash deal is shown by Jean Rowell, Judy Hall, Pitt Horn, and Barbara Kelly as they study such techniques in Distributive Education. The D. C. T. and D. lf. programs were effective because ofthe variety of work done. From zero hour C7230 A. lNl.j until noon participants brushed up on subjects. Afternoons they were engaged in sell- ing men's wear, ladies' hats, oflice equipment. elec- trical supplies, or groceries. ln general secretarial duties, they filed insurance claims, typed for frozen juice companies, or inventoried stock. A course was instituted giving special instruction in wrapping, ringing up sales, and customer psy- chologyg this helped Christmas workers. All year students were busy applying what they learned in school to on-the-job situations-using technical skills or household sciences. 'S ,Qx rt fag 5 " Learning to care for the small baby is part of the training in Home Economics as demonstrated by Evalyn Hussey Eleanor Bell Qharon Thompson and Bobbie Frost. TECHNICAL STUDY PREPARES EXPERIENCES Practicing what she has learned in home economics class Pat Quackenbush baby- sits with Becky and Bitsy Owen and Polly gtallings. FCR ON-THE-JOB Nliss Frances Saunders carefully checks the transcripts of her second-year shorthand class. .EL 1,f1w'A XKWV' '. 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HQ' Y.. 1 Q I , , f W . .. ,,,, i 4 Z '32 MR ,x 1 3 H 5 Q , ,x 1 1 1 lv Always concerned wlth her students welfare, NIISS Nlr Hovxard Flemmg has a finger ln exery ple that concerns Lorena Thomas checksl lndal mton s temperature Fdgewater, her students, and her actnmes VARIED DUTIES INVOLVE FACULTY 'F As Sarah LeVIaster reloads the Gestetner wxth paste mk Barbara Drummond prepares to lnsert that fatal exam 7b V 2, gi 'I It f 'vs X' , : W 5.4. I :X A A at - ,xx A .- J if ' ,4fU",Q,. 'fg ' My ' 1 -1. . YZ K 5 3593 ,sr , L- , Vflsiff - ,ff I J sy Z-if ,' ' - ' ' 1 V f . 3 4 I . , g w 2 , -3 - A 4 I .. , U I ' T WW-Y V A 1, E' 'RL A do 5, . A I 4 ' , ' 1 5- " 53 -5 in f ' ' ' " Cf: I i W ' W, ..-.ii ' . 'if' , ' X My 1 4 , V ,M -s . ' 52 Q Y Y ' , ' v . - ' y 1 . 1 n 1 J xi l 4 s - 1 a K X . wa' , t ' ' 'A T X I s - 9 . L 0 Herman was his name. At least that's what the biology classes of '57 called that squirmy skeleton in the closet. He represented the most complex and most interesting of the biology topics-the human body. A little bit about a lot of things was learned by the senior science boys. ln contrast the physics classes lelrned llot about the basic principles of m xtter and energy Practical know ledge and discussion of every thing from simple mtchxnes to modern cl ly Sputniks was a feature of these active classes That horrible mell w asn t from an esc tped skunk It was yust a chemistry class letting, off the steaming, fumes from th tt unsuccessful experiment lhls class eemed to be filled with test tube microscopes slides ind all kinds of obiects most sophomores tumors ind seniors would become lcquunted with at one time or another Eyery one entered a science course with 1 feeling of confusion but gradually left these studies with the earth and its inhabitants neatly filed in their respective scientific slots TEACHERS if Mr John Burrows comforts Herman as Carol Baxter points out his carples for Keith Shearlock who doesn t seem to like the idea of getting chummy with a skeleton GUIDESTUDENTS I' DXVIN ALLABOLGH A B Biology Sci ence lxey Club l was a letras oil man JOHN Parking and rl raflic Control lNo kidding? BILL C RIFFI I'H B S Biology Science Physical Education Coach Be quiet' EMILY JOBE B S IA Biology I'uture Nurses Being ridiculous is sublime LYLE LOWRY A B Chemistry Photographer s Club l' E A Rep I just aint that way JOHN PER 'XIAR A B Biology Visual Aids Electronics Okay lets get quiet now FRED SPROlJSE B S E Physics Algebra 2 Chairman Science Rifle Club This ls a hard test MARY VLSTAL- B A 'XI A Biology Chairman Biology Health Coordinator Get quiet before the bell rings AY WISHAU B S XI A Chemistry B1 Phv Chem Alright 21 2 1 1 1 1' f 2 1 ,. .i 1 ' st v y 'S 1 ::' -- 1 ' . 1 1 1 f : 2 ' 5 1 ' 5 '1 f 1 1' 1 i 1 . 1' . w Q , Q V Q 1 S 1 1 . 1 1 . '1 Q V- f 1 ' if v' ' 1 If i 7 1' 1 I 7 . 1 1 . 1' 1 f S ' IS , . . ' 1 ff s ' Q s, ' ' :, 5 5, I Z f I ' .S f f ci, V f, 2 f I 1' ' ' 1 ' I U i 1 1 . 1 -1 K L, 1' . K. 1' Z ' Y 5' , f 1 j : 5 ' " I . I I I ss 1 -Y - . 11 n - ' . , 1' . . 1 , . ,C , -' gli V, Q , 1 . I W 1 1 i . Y Y 1 '1- x , I . . - . . . . . -, 2 . MVS, I Q 3 r V s 4, ' Q 1 1 X . ,, 1 Q fYf'5f . 1 Y - - 1 - I , , , BURROWS-B.S. lVI.S. hI.Ed. . . . Blolo fy' at li. ?1,u26t,,.v v v , v -5 I - I 1 1 1 at 7 ' - r u 1 f 1 . . . b V I - . . . . . ", , fi ' h I 4 ' " ' 1 ai ' tv f Q , 1 . 1 ' V V. i N . 7 , T i W ,, . A . ., . . . . . i , . . -V . .X Q . Q . ,, 'ij' ' . .Q ,i , . H A ' A - ", 1 , . . . . t ' 1 - 1 - 1 V H I, " . 1 U . L 1 f T . ., .wi 1 I . V .1 . 5 . ' H Q0 A , I . . . , , 1 , ,S r . Yu,y 7 u n c VV . 1 . 'H' , , , JW Q 1 11 -i - Q H ' 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 ' it 'A i f 'V f, z, 1 ' ' ' ' 1 ' j . ., 1 . . 1 . . ", 1 , Q :gg . I ,, . . ,, J M i 1 - ' j - 1 1 . ' . A T . 1, 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 ' , 1 w 11 - I rv Q' ,4 f 4 t Damtily nibbling the delicious bar-b-que chicken at the P. T. A. picnic are Miss Bernice Waldron, Miss .Ioan Campbell, Miss Vincent Evans, Miss Mary Mack. and Miss Peggy Sells. jEANNE'li'l'E ADAXIS-li.A .... English, So- cial Studies, I..'l'. 'liri-Hi-Y. "All my kids are fail- ing their tests." IXIARY LOUISE DANIELS- L.L.I5., lNl.A .... English, Courtesy Committee, Assistant Junior Class Sponsor. "The only way you learn to write is hy writing. Now write!" AGN ES EZZARD-A.l5 .... English, Sophomore Class Sponsor. "You mustn't tell the ending of a story." IRAS FARLEY-A.II .... English, Social Studies, Eagle Eye. "Don't look at me, I didn't do it." MARY GORDON -A.IZ .... English, Junior Class Advisor. "I eat nails for hreakfast and spit them out at my students all day." EKIILY KIXI- REY-A.I3., XI.Ed .... English, 'liorch Society, Fire Drills, Honor Roll. "lf we can ever get hack to English." HESS KNOVVLES-B.A .... Speech, Radio-'l'.Y. Ruhlicity, N.l'l.l,. "He who tooteth not his own horn, will not get it hlowedf' ICDDITH IVIONTGOIXIERY-A.Il., O.S.C.VV., lXI.Ed. . . . English, Sophomore Class Advisor. "Does anyone else have anything to add?" NIILIJRIQD NEI,- SON-A.ll., lIl.A .... English, ljuhlicity, Courtesy Committee. mlihis is a college course." PEGGY SELLS-A.lI .... English, Drama, Spotlight Seek- ers, 'l'hespians, "'llhinkl 'lihinkll 'lihinklllu EL'- GENIE STINE-l3.A.E .... English, Reading, Assistant Sophomore Sponsor. "I hope there's enough food to go around." HELEN TORRANCIC- l3.A., KLA .... English, Chairman English Dept., I-lonor Society, Vocational Guidance Committee. 'iVVhat's the answer anyway ?" Our resourceful English department used varied methods to make learning interesting, such as discus- sions. panels, lectures, and speakers. 'lihemes and special projects were required to cajole us into using the skills of research. Xlovies added a personal touch to the lives of authors. "Ivanhoe," "The Red Badge of Courage," and "The Egyptian" kept the hooks of the same names off of the library shelves for many weeks. 'llhrough creative writing, we learned to analyze and appreciate an author's style and skill as well as to criticize and improve our own. Our Eng- lish teachers sent us on our way, as the year closed, well-rounded in grammar, literature, and COIN- position. ryv.-'f--effrfffar we ., .L I AV, . ,y ly NJ 1 I I 111' RNILI XVA1 IJRON 11 S E.llf,,1l1'1 C 11 lf1'CD9Up1l PX I'R1'1l WANIPI PR 11 S I111g,11 11 Student Lounul Lh11r111111 141111 LJJIIIIIIITICC Cxet 11111 t1lI'6Lf0I'1 0111 h1 I1'llI11iNLl1 XIAR1 XVIISUX AB NIA ng, 1h A 1 tlllt bemor L11 bpon or Settle 1o11 I1 llld do 1our tlme 111d eomprehen 1o11 PNIILX HAI DRIIJGI' A 1' XI 5 H1 tor1 Ass1st111t Sophomore A1111 or Hut 1 gmt h11e ITIS pleture t1ke11 JP AN BRADY H A 1' bou 11 btud fl 1h1 ls 1d1Lt1torsh1p X CARI' 1 BRI VVIUN A B XI A 801,111 Stud Lh llI'I11lI'l bou 11 Studles Don t forget 1o11r green pc-11111 1AX11Lb BRN SOX A B 111 Sflldlf' Qouh Lm 1011 he'1r IEROX hook Hold 1o11r Lomments e11s FRANLIS P1 IYPA l RlL1x A B 111 A bouolog A 1 tint lexthook umor L1'1ss Sponsor Dld 1 tell M ,,. 1ou 'lbilllf 1111 trlp to Ruford IOHN JOHN SUN A B bond StllL1lCN 11e not lost m1 f11th 111 1ou11g,, peo e FRANK IULUH 1 1' Sou 11 811161168 Louh VVe rc h 111113, 1 p1rt1 1'r1d I1 hrlng, refresh111e11t SAXI 1 R I 1' R 118 'X Sou 11 btlll1lCN L1111 Defense VVe11 11r1ght1 1ou Llll 1ns11er lt 51111 avoldmg teachmg for a da1 N11ss Sara Ann Barker Nlr lohn Johnson and Coach James Br1son prepare to sh1p thelr classes 011 to the l1brar1 where Wrs Joan K harlton w1ll BSSISI them m selectmg outslde readmg VVhen 111 the Lon t1tut1on 11r1tten YW ho founded Buddhlsm D H011 Um 11e Curh Lommunlsmg 1Vh It 1re the effect of dl 1orge Ihe e 11ere 1ked 1n L S H1 mn 1Vor1d H1stor1 Problems 1n A111er11'1n De IHOLTTLX 1nd P1Lho1og1 bouologg L S HINIOTX Presented Amerlm from 1ts hegln nlng, through bputnlk VVOr1d H1 tor1 lald out C111117'1t1on from 1ts orlgln to modern tlmes P A D presented de111o1r'1c1s d1f11uu1 t1e and d'1ng,er PSYLhO10LX attempted to e1cp111n the 11111, 1111116 boe1o1og,1 exp111ned the effeat Problems of the p.1st, present, .1nd future were e1cpl.11ned .md so11ed 31 4 ,Y sr . . . 4. . - , . r .Q " 7141-', 11 1 an I 11 1' 1' 1 1 1 ,I - ..1., I '15 , .1 1 '1, 1 1' 1 11512 . , . 1 1 . 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Q v . 3 1 1 15 5 n 4 1 ', . , . 4 , 1 5 . 1 1 s - ' , ' ' ?' 1 s ' as 1 1. .1. 1Stl X' , .N . 1 . .w - - , . , , . 1 b xv ' 1 ',', 1 D'-1 '1 Y-'. 1. .1. 1 .1 1 -1 RK 81 r - M I . V 7 . ,, .S l U 1 an 1 ,. - r . 1 1 1 Q vvs I w 1, 'ki n v 9 A l L - 1 s 1 f s. fl' A Z. ' -Y v . 1 w. ruv I' 2. XIYRA AGWEW-li.A .... lllwthenmtics, Chem- istry, Courtesy Committee. Vow you must listen. LOUIS EDVVARDS Bb NI Ed xI'ltl'l8 matxes, IDCVUIIOYIS Lampus Lrus'1ders The pl'1n of wttaelc 1 ARrI HUR FOSS A B lllftthe matxts unlor Optnnlst, R'1tmg Sheet Oh leo ple' IVIAY LUIS I-IOLISROUK A B XIHIITCIIIIIKS Senior Ll'1ss Sponsor You Clnt ls sume 'mxthmg LI'SlE.R NILRIVNPX If S XI A NI lthemfntlts Rmng, Sheets Am quts tlons 7 Bk I I Y JO NILAL-li S Algelvri C,h'urm in III lthem mes Senlor Ll lss Sponsor Hou LU1 'ms one be s0 stupid P ILLIZABB. I I-I 'XII FI B A SS Nhthemltles Rmtmg, Sheet Uku vwhere s Sour ofliee p1ss7 l OLISF ARRL A B Business Yelrhoolc I'ses on eopy fC1dX type' SARA AVIS. BARRLR B S BllslI1Css Gregg Wrxters Assxst mt L :lend ir Are xou re ldx l x pe I Usmg cardboard forms brmgs understandmg out of chaos as Mr Lows Fdwdfds explains a theorem m solid geometry to Walter Colby me 5 K 32 23" Amld txpeurlters ledgers, mlps tonjugitxons rooms how to prep tre for llfe VVC seheduled re qulred m mth tourses 'md prohted hs the neu Alg,e fl lll tl ss Solld 'md rlg the n une lfteetlonitelx Ulxen to solld geometrx md fI'lg10I10IHEU'X plfme geometrx md husmess xrlthmetle were en1ox xhle ind ehillenelng, Porexgn ltngtmge students lelrntd not onlx to speftlc 1 ptrtxeulftr llllglllglf' but llso studled the people 1nd tountrx wx here lt ls spoken ln lddlflllll to tuo se'1r eourses ln French SDIHISII, 1nd I 'itlll l 1t1n Ill md Spfmlsh III uere offered In the huslness elftsses ne m lstered shorthlnd o th If ue sn ould he xble to twlce notes xx ell lVe took tx PID! IH order to Work more rxpldlx keep effluent notes 1nd txpe themes Bookkeeping, helped those vs ho xx ere plwnnlng to he secretirxes or home budget h xl meers e ue mll found it least one of these Ill our thedule 'md llthough If W1s 1 struggle to fxequlre these sklll eith ulll he essentml xxhen ue studx on 1 eollegle tlI11Dl1s oper'tte our homes or enttr the husmess xxorld L A I t SK VY 1 1 . ., I . . . . . L' 1 ' 's- 2 ' - ' I 1 U . 1, 1 .2 2. 2 W V, -Q H 1 1 . - fl 2 s. -- . . . . . 2 - 21, 1, y 1 1 1 . , ' YY W 1 -ws I . X ss Y s 4A 1 I 4 1 2 ., 1 2.. . . 2 21- Q V . ,, - ., . . 2 . - , . , 1 1 1 . 4 . 1 1 4 i .1 ., 4 .us 1 . W s At - 1 A a n 9 n n A K I 1, I r L su ,1- . ,, .1 ., 2 . . . . - I ,I 1 . . . , . H 1 1 1 1 1, 211 1' . ' 12 N y 5 . ,, 1 sf 1 1 , Q, W 2 2 f .. . l'.,4- A ' w 2 . . . . ., ..,l.1..... 2 2 ., 2 Y1 . 2,, 1 55.-V . 2 ' yi V Y U v s V 4 - , 111 . 4 ' 1 4 -' . . -' -s ' 2 U ' 2 . 4 , , 2 1 ..., 2 . 41. 2,, v Y, Y r 1 W n - s A ' 1 .1., 1' ff, ' ' - ', . H . , .9 1, .. . 2 2 2 . 2 . 1 .' ,, .14 W, I y u 4 ' I Q' ' 5, 5 2 5, 2 ., prisms, and planes we learned III IL.H.S. class- . v 1 . ss :- . 2 . 1 2 ' 5 5, 2 H' ' ' h 2 ' H 4 . . ,, 1 .. v . ' U ' 215.. 1 2 t - 2 2 2 Y H ' 5 ' 2 '- 2 ' f, 2 5 2 ' ' D Q2 2 ' 2 Y f. 2 2 J 2 5 2 - -' - f 5 2 2 2 ' 2 2 2 2 5 5 I 1 1 1 o 2 ' ' ' 5 5 . 2 '-'2 ' 55 ,121 2 42. -2 2 1 2 5 ' . 5 5 ' 25 5 2 s 2 ' ' 2 2 ' . . 2 2, 1 f, 1 .I 1'. 7 1x '25 ' ' 2 5 .2 5 2 2 ' F 'Y S, ' 2 2 5 J 5' , 2 2 f 2 5 2 ' 2 ' X2 5, 2 ' . . 4.1 f I 1 .Il JSIC PH l5ARKI.lCY-li.S., KI.ICil .... liusim-ss, s 1 0. . ss's :int 'lic-xthooks. "Hands lzagle ltve, ln urln Q HX I t on kc-is -fo' Xl lil ...liusines L il . N XOI,l,lCA-li.S., Kl.lfil. s, 'a emlar, Assistant Insurance. Hllanils " Q B , x, rzn vour home keys, type." Rhlil' RAl'l,lfRSl DX its . . . lfuisness. "Alright now, transcrihef' lfll.-XNL'lfS SAUXIJIQRS-A.l3., RLS .... liusi' ness, Chairinan Business, lnsurance, Yearhooli. "I hare to hold grades over your head." RONALD li RYAXT tan. "XIv I -Ali., KLA .... Spanish, junior Civi- matience can only go so far." XIARIIC CUUPICR-l5.A .... Spanish, Latin, Assemhlies. "How 'hout that T' LIANIQ CROXVfl3.A. . . . ' i , , ssistant F.'I'.A. "You people Latin, Latin Lluh MX never have those translations finished." LIOHX IJIICTZ- B.A., MA .... Spanish, French, Chair- man Languages. "Tous ensemhle, s'il vous plaitf' DORIS HARRICLL-li.A .... Spanish, Pan American Cluh. . . XVell, l guess l'm just setting old." Savoring the cooking of chefs John Permar and Fred Sprouse are Mr and Mrs Alton Nolle and son Jeff. Miss Joan Campbell. and Mr. and 'Vlrs Joseph Barklew i ga , 1.-st' j: Q ' .Ii V-If' fj- ,- .,' '3" Q? .-3-Flfifvg. 's sm, Rock'n roll music coming from the gym? Could this be a physical education class? Yes, two weeks of first semester are devoted to dancing 3 second semester to square dancing. After get-acquainted periods, classes engage in various forms of activity. Boys may participate in basketball, baseball, or football. ln hot summer months they may swim. A wide variety of sports is offered for girls. To keep warm in winter they play softball, speed-a-way, or hall ball. When the temperature rises, they leis- urely play checkers, jacks, or horseshoes. Those students interested in learning to drive safely may enroll in our driver education program. ALBERT HEECH-B.S., lNI.P.H .... Physical Education, HE" Club, Coach. "Alright you jerks, get in line!" ROB-ERT BERRY-HA., lNI.Ed. . . . Physical Education, Atheltic Director, Fiscal Committee. "No girls!" HELEN EVANS-B.S., ILA .... Physical Education, Senior Advisor. "Set it up." NIARY IWACK-B.S., lN'I.P.H. . . . Physical Education, Cheerleaders, lllajorettes, Color Guards. "Let's choose teams." ROSE RILEA- B.S .... Physical Education, Girl's Varsity Club, .l.V. Cheerleaders. "Down l, 2, up l, Z." JAKIES HINSON-B.S.E., M.Ed .... Driver Training. "You go on down here and then . . .H HAROLD LORIAX-B. S., B.S.E .... Driver Training. "Step on it, and I don't mean maybe!" VINCENT EVANS-HS .... Home Economics, Future Homemakers, Courtesy Committee. HDon't sew your fingers." JULIA HAYVVARD-B.S. . . . Home Economics, Junior Red Cross. "That's a precious outfit." RUSSELL MONCRIEF-B.S. . . . Distributive Education, Vocational Guidance. "Now let's get to work.'l JANIES NORTH ROP -HS., KLA .... Vocational Agriculture, Future Farmers, Grounds. UDadgummitl" HENRY PIL- KER-Auto Mechzinics, Sportsmens Club. f'Get away from my secretary, sonnyf' "The Balcony Gang" composed of E.H.S. faculty members is engrossed in a play at the Annie Russell Theater. Yemon Uhran and Kenneth Knott put the limshmg touches on a model of our school m mechanxcal drawmg class ll mx of our subjeets h td 1 vom tloml mlue Among these xxere our home economlcs clqsses xxhleh tr'uned gurls to beeome better xxlxes 1nd mothers Students who plqnned to work lfter hxgh sehool 1D L I IL e ss rlhese progrrurrs tr'uned future xxorkers rn busmess Hoxs xx ho h'1d 'tn Interest m 'tg rlculture or urs took 1 Y omtroml Agrxculture or fan Auto lIech'1n ICN Lourse 'l hus not ex erx thmg xx e lertrned xx 'ts purelx '1c'1dem1e hut fzlso 'xpplxed theorx IH on the job s1tu1t1ons XIARII BRAXLH A li ll S l lhrtrl in Re ldm lu h up xour thurs JUAN LANII BLLL B A Ir, Art Lhurnmn Art Be 1ut1 h 'ttlon It ur Lxhlhxt Alright noxx Ll1ss qule JOAN LHARI ION B A Lxbrwrmn X oc'1 tronoil GUIJIDLC llulletm lolrds 'Noxx tike thl l'1ne trts el1sses enrlched our lrxes xxxth heetutx 'md culture lVe helrd our Ewgle Hind pl'1xmg splrlted musle 'md our Qhorll So uetx hlendmg their xoxtes llbri rlms xxorked xxlth the Bngllsh ellsses to msure good cholces 0 mlterltl VVhenex er hukdrops xx ere need ed the 'lrt depftrtment went to xxork Ihe lDCCl'l'lI'llC'll drftxxlng L 'tsses m1 e office passes 'm teuhers n lme plates These group xxorkmg together helped to mike our xe1r 1 pleftsfmt one 7 boo lJl4ll3I'Rl lxlPFl'Nll'R BS Hb l3'1nd At else LlIsIlllssCd LDXVARD SIN B 5 IL N Grtphlt Arts Swfetx Lounul Alright get to xxork E51 ELLF ,. 'l HOUAS B 'XI F 'XI NI Y owl lluslc Choml bouetx Stfmge Lrexx let s t'1lxe xt '1g'1 fw-sf 35 NIARJORII' Rl NDULIC BS Home Econom lts Lhurmfm Home ELOHOIHILS l'uture Home 1Illlx6I'S Close the muhxnes girls STUART WAN VOORHI LS UCI Wo lmfing xou guxs ,num 'Y CU 32' 3' M Mrs Wilson Sanders capablw presides at a meetlng of our hard working PTA board REGULATES CA PUS Liplbilltx pride in the xtu entx md xxxillirigmcw lhex plinmd tht mnu I N xx Nc-irx uhith cietoritiom in thc oonc gun utr: Ol o this uorld I umhroom ITIIIIIQBITICITT mio nd TlI'lY' is a lxmif 1 ui: buxmf fo e urrxom N no irc in m it lht students on 6 PIA proifrun LOIIIIIHTYCK Lomplctcwl the group of CHI lusl lsfx .1- I'red Widerman snaps the action as a cx clist cries Don t shoot' to Nlr Alton Nolle Nlr Henrx lllker md Wir loseph Barklex who ire guarding the facultx parking lot ' i I i 21 ' wif kai, a I C . '. 2 ' -' 5 d z " ' ,'.r hi ' ,, I lg, pg" ,, b'lls, z l 3, od. Th to devote time, identified members of IiHS's PTA. PTA sponsored 21 program of evacuation with M D' 1 ' 'z 11 fc' ' iz 'J Ifvc li:1ll,for D' "5 ' lf: ' ii 1. ' ' ' 5 5 th -If '-"'1tf M ,,: ' - ' ." , ' z : ' 'I'- I . 1. xv'- fi Ai' za' ii iM 4 X . 'iii The Executive Ollicers of the P.T.A.. Mrs. John Martin. Mrs. Frederic Benn. Mrs. VVilson Sanders. Mr. Orville R. Davis, and Mrs. J. C. l,eete discuss lunchroom management with Mrs. Helen Wolfe. THESE ARE NECESSARY TO E. H. . "Service with a smile," applies to Barbara Duke, Carolyn Parsons, and Shirley Coleman as they wait on Glenna Greathouse and Ann Hendrick at the school bookstore. 37 ROW ONE: Nancy Macnamara, Brenda Evans, Peggy Brown, Barbara Ellis, Linda Linton, Frances johnson, Rosemary Cooper, .ludy Cook, Toni Santo, Beryl Otterson. ROW TWO: Lucia Kennedy, Sylvia Haynes, Alice DuBois, joan Thomas, Kay Stanton, Priscilla Doyle, Cathy Martin, Ann johns, Ann Brewer, Dot Newton, Patsy Pottinger, Glenna Rankin, Judy Milanich. ROW' THREE: Lucile Russell, john Lofton, Bill Uiflurd, Arnold Ausley, Dudley lNIcGarity, Guy Eastman, Tommy Deserable, Jane XVooddell. 'L 'Uk ROW ONE Pat Bell Harrletf Baker Eleanor Bell Sonja Carlson Doreen -Xrra Jane Comer Suzanne Brocltman Xmy Clark Jlmmy Berlln ROW TWO Sharon Xrmstrong Bonme Burn Eleanor Xlbano Nlarre Byrd oan Castle Gayle -Xdam on Xnn Burton Sandra Xlderman June Xlgee Sally -Xrthur Larol Butler Lynn Basden PHIYICIH Cuplt, uanxta Barloyy ROW THREE Rxcky Carmen Barbara Burgess Beth Cofer Betty Cox Barbara Broyynlee Jeanette Canheld Ray -Xllen Larry Brrghton leroy Xzar Jxm Berelqman Perry Blgeloyy Barbara Belote STUDENTS ASSIST FACULTY ROW ONF Bll Hua Deyyzlda atltson Connie Harrell udy lJlClxlI1NOIl l-leanor Heath Lynn Jllllxlll lmmy C rant Wilson Holderbaum Curtl Hlnson ROW TWO Lanelle Falrel Cee Cee Dyer Nlarllyn Helntzelman Barbara Hammond Imda Hunter Carol Edmond on Jayne C la ser 'Nladelme Hanna Rosemary Hart Charlotte Dayyson Barbara Jackson ROW THREE Lllllan Edyyards Nlllllt Hornmg Sonja Doyle Xbby ones Scarlett C a ton ane ohnson Pat Hxll udy Elllson C arolyn Cnbsun Ixaren ohnson Dorothy Heyyy ard lrxs Hunter Doug Eddm 'Ihomas Fazlo Carl Doyer Cll'lI'll6 HHTFISIJD Bob Hodg on Layyrenee Holecek Otls Herman Jerxy Essrclt ROW ONF Carol Popejoy oyce Poyyell lherea Iaurxa Cllle Iucltett Sybxl Nyers Nanny Lulte oanne lxraus Shxrley LaFrance Marilyn 'Vllller Betty Pope Prlscllla Pranger ROW TWO Jerry OBrien Carol Koepke Carolyn Ixmard Kathryn Mllam June Knlght X me Iuyl Lxnda Ixmtt Bet y larke Be ty Nlatthett Janine Leyyxs lmda Mllls Sandra 1 Frelta lo Caro Rlchar llstler 'Nl lClClll'NIOIl ROW THRPI' Nlllflllll Ioyt udy Nlrlamch linda Nlays Pat Nlurray Jantt lxeenty Jeanette 1 oyy an 'Nancy lxlillllillll Pl Loomxs om ought on oore lmmy futon ll Mog.,ely lllg., Leyyls lNlo1ltll 38 t A 1 r Q , V N Dy ,l ' , 5 . A f y J X A N ' af I : v .D - V v 1 l D l D 'W v D" x S V A 1 N y Y 'K y I . ' D ' Y v V Y v 4 .v Ja V .l J' D . D D D : ' , ':, ,D ' Z: 4 , 5, D 4 ,L . , D ' , D , y' . , D' , I v J H , ,' - 5 , 1 . - -A , A 11" , 5 , ,' 3 - ,: i . s, " J , 5 J ' . , DJ ' 5 , f D , D' x ' s, J D' I , ' , , ' hs l I . : Y Y H ,I I .' J ,I ' V s , D' y I sy , r ' , 3 D' , . , . : . 'L l Sl .All 'X ' D , . D' , 4 J J, . D f5 .JDJ ,Jp -, D' 1 , J 5 , D' D ROW FOUR: C'arl Keenum, David Fritz, , ' s, ' 5 ' , ' , - .D 'D D .D, D.D.' VD . 1 D Q I " . fx 4:n I 1 'VY JCW v 1 ' S 4 D 7 r 'D Li, 1'v D., .V Dv A , V , , D . , , y - W D D 7. ' , I Y ' D 7 D D- .V D Dx ,V v 1 .l1' ,-'s, ' 'l, SD' 7 ', tj . D' , D ' 1, . D :, Q D . l'zt1ry', l ' ff, " l d, I: l 'ti QP-f D AD "::- C DD, D fi .. . . ' . D'.', r D': ' 'D', D 'Q' rf ff D M'Ci " , D' " 5 , :t 5, J l ' ' 4' ' I, f -, D lNI , J' D' N1 ' , C'h"s 3 ia ROW ONE: Linda Ashcroft, Theresa Hughes, Sherry Carter, hlrs. Cath- erine Brumbaugh, Mr. John Brum- lraugh, Miss Bar- bara Drummond. -. Martha Biervviler, Y ' Becky Barnes, Bar- bara Duke. f .5 'Q-4' ROW TWO: Rita johnson, Patty Box- all, Sandra Sanders, Carolyn lNTorgan, Martha McKibben, Carolyn Parsons, jane Rose, Janet Burkhart. 1, 'ii .53 'fr Q as . K . ROW ONE: Eileen Zalla, Merle Stein, Miss Sarah LeMaster, Cynthia Blair, Joy Davison. ROW TWO: Sondra Brown, jean Donohoe, Sally Gray, Pat Chapman. ROW ONE: Barbara Rogers, Sharon Spencer, jim Snyder, Tommy Shier, Ronnie VVilson, Ervin Shames, Andrea Stark, Nlolly Starling. ROW TWO: Ann Sims, Sissy VVeber, Nancy Seals, Linda Vahue, Barbara Smeltzer, Judy XVood, Patti Shadoan, Margie YVillis, jeanne VVilder, Louise XVolcott, Sharon Thompson. ROW THREE: Rosilyn Rogers, Margo VVilson, Faye Tucker, Edna Summerlin, Sylvia Ridley, Donna Rhoads, Virginia Robina son, Margaret Shaw, Edythe XVhite, Janet Swangren, Kay Yveiss, Diann Phelps. ROW FOUR: XVayne Sweet, Ted Straub, Tex Ridder, David Stein- man, Pearson Sunberg, Mickey Shapiro, Owen Regan, Harry YVil- son, Bob Van Kirk, Larry XVhite, Gene lNIoore. Vital cogs in Edgewaters administrative wheels are the main office workers and the Brumbaughs' assistants. These capable stu- dents make out college transcripts, ditto daily bulletins, take and deliver messages, and help with records kept on each El-lSer. Girls in llrs. l'3rumbaugh's office run the bookstore, sell tickets, and keep financial records. llr. Brumbaugh's girls guide new students to their classes and serve as recep- tionist-secretaries. The Uprized possessions" of our faculty are their student assistants. Efficient and courteous, they help the ever-busy teachers by grading tests, checking attendance, super- vising fellow students' progress, and giving assistance wherever needed. 5 45 E' ROW ONF Janne Xhllr m C l'1dx Bragg, L11 lxellx Sharon Med ROW TWO Ralph Ihump on L e ronlt Ianan Co :ns Dann x ro sn Smut 1 lu can lxendall Sarah Rlllxlllilll Sharon Nan Nalltenlsurg Ben Odell Rruhard Nl'lllllllIl und l at x XY este en THESE CONTRIB TE TO E H 'Nlr Nlmme Harrmgton 'Nlrs Jewell Hurlhert 'Nlrs Beatrice Page and Nlri Fdna linlex Set out the fond juit before the hordes of students rush into the lunch llne -Xrlene Patterson -Xlferdoll Hardeman Inna lhllxps Tommie I ou Hardeman and Thereia Nlae Bradlex prepare .1 tastx mell for frmlshed ledges lterltes 40 , E ae " G7 .. ij I 9 H K A I ' V7 ' A i K . fi , V L 5 LA V' ' 'ii .: . " " 'zz 5.1. js ff, ' 1', C - : " s , ine F 3.15 'll'.-, "l lej, Ca l-' Q 'h, iria j . ' ,Q ,Q .' " '.' , , " . . '. YV , ' aj '. - . O U S O X ky . H .,.,., ,, E iii E r gh? ei l . 5 -W A , . v l QA I ' G k . Jimi Allen, Jerry Wright, Fred Smith, Ginger King, Jerry Ellis. and Nancy Moye are always ready to serve you in the snack bar. Bonnie Burns, Lanny Mauldin, David Vining, Sara Johnson, David Shaw, and Doris Duke, our student cashiers. count the money taken in during lunch. a aug, me -mg, -as SARAH Arthur C. Smith, Earl J. Thornton. and Ralph Dennart take time out from their maintenance chores to pose for our cameraman. 41 1' if Z? Q 1 fl With the basic seven foods in mind, Mrs. Helen Wolfe plans the lunches while Mrs. Helen Trussler organizes her long grocery list. L a, ,Q Af m 1.4 rl ' 1-:. A7 41,1 E If -. if ?' u A Q- an M mm .M ' U ' H ll - ' - f 3 .Lf Gigi' F 2995: 4. 1 it , -+- l -toil' Pl X 1 , l A. R B ll , ' v THE IOR CLASS l,-5' The Senlor I lass ofllcers, Fred Fralles lresldent, Jo Anne Heltzel becretarw , Jere Lober, Treasurer and Helen Stewart .-1' X lce I resldent dlscuss the year s project f placlng benches around the school The Senlor I lass s capable spon sors 'Nlrs Wllson 'Nirs Hol brook and Nllss Neal plan the class actlsltles s our l t XCII' H lu f llc the ben Iss lssullle respollslll ltles of school ll"lllCI'N lp NI lllX lllll the honor of lwlflllgl tllttul to pI'0I1llI19Ill' lllilllgf Illtst were Clwllfttll NLlll0l'S fc ltllfltl lll tlls sfkllllll who xl ere xoted hx tht fltllltl ls hung out Ntllllllllr lll our L .lss XVC rel lltl Tllf t ls wx ls our llst opportunltr to exertlse sc-lllor prlxlleges lr fc-ellng o rllc- ls NSC lrfr thc lllllllllfllllll 3955 l lrst ullltrlstell Vllfll our feellng of perplexltx ue xleued our sclllor tests 'X ,qu light hearts' 'llr pfelllllllllllffll lt the llIll0T Senlor Prom Wlllll. crime C fllllllflllll llllllld ll l we rellllu tllt r sclllcr IQILU l tr xl.ls oxer, let fl 4 xl 'ls l fcellllg of CXDLLYIIILN as ne wondered Wh'lt po lflUI1N of llnportlmc ue mllfllt flll III the world of 59 . . 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'K 39 tvs wi 5 'D I M1 'ibn ,., Q 153 K' F 9 g ,145 4 f, , 5, , f is A k z 'Q 4-1 1 'ws an l vhM OV-ev 'ww 44 50' .---1 X227 Dena Wolkmg Judy Wood Myrna Wright it l1hiliP,W'9lken Eileen zana f11"'0l lelglel' Sharon Zickgraf l'HlI,ll' M'UI,KEfXf 0 DENAX XVOLKlNlI: 'l'rnnsferrrtl from St. Cloud High School, St. Cloutl, Florida 'SNQ Gills Varsity Clulm '58 0 JCDY YVOUD: Honoi Society 57, 5X1 l'.l..X. 5X3 ll'l-lll-X 571 'l'orcli Society '56, '571 Art Clulm '56 0 MYRNX XVRIGIITZ l,ll5I'Z1l'j' Counvil llistori:1n'57.'58, D.li.'5X1 D.C.'l'. 'SX O lflI.liliX Z.XI.I,.X: Tri-lli-Y 'SXQ Future Nurses '5S3 Future Teachers 'SSI .Xrt Clula 'SSQ Glen- Clulw '56, '57g lf-Gals '56, '571 .XII State Chorus '57 0 CARUI, ZICIULERZ Lilvrnry Council '5X1 jr. Class Day '571 Future Nurses 56 0 5ll.XRUN ZICRCR.-Xl' : 5lClZlS1lj.IlIlll litlsiliws Stuff '53, Sevrc-ta1'y'5X3 Student SENIORS NOT PICTURED Robert Acor Joy Burke Roherta Burns Larry Byrd Pat Coffee Charles Cook Bill Corhett Leslie Covington Carol Lee DeBusk Jerry Dodd .lohn Dyer Barhara Ellis Oliver Fennell Rohert Freyer Ronald Glidewell Lamhert Gooding .Xsslslnnt 524. ii Wilson Holderbaum Rita Johnson Carey Jones .lohn Kirk Paul Mahaliy Monroe Mauldin James Morgan 4' Linda Riley Bill Robinson Patti Shadoan James Shuford Joseph Smith Bonnie Stearn Robert Yan Kirk 'ix' 1 7 ' f 5 lr DHnr1s'Yoorheis While preparing for the commencement exercises. Thomas Yeomans Lynn Cinson and Cecil Dye take one last look at Edgewaters' golden eagle. 71 I 2 5-if, 5 5 .-gk I Y Page .11 f Af f u THE ICR CLASS Lvomg up calls the elevator operator as Junnor Class ollicers Nancy Ander son WICC President Malcolm Hawley Treasurer Bill Grldley Presldent, and Ann Hendrick, Secretary head up stanrs for a comerence wxth Ivey s manager about Junior Class Dav Preparations for Ivevs day also find Jumor Class sponsors Miss Mars Louise Daniels and Francis Fltzpat rlck downtown at Ives s l he junior xelr ls the huslest III hugh sehool md the Ll rss of 59 found thls to be xerx true Prom the Sophomore Pwrtx to the bemor Fuults B lsketh 1ll Gwme thex nere constwntlx on the go lo get the sophomores '1Cqu11nted, the jumors clolul out pokes xml doughnuts on the pltlo Ar thc Homecoming llwnce the queen 'md her court were fC'lIllI'CLl while decorutions Clrried out the theme, Heuen on linrth NI lklng, '1 mee proht the jun lors stormed the l7llNlllCSS xx orld to tllce p'1rt III XFX s 'IX At the Junlor bemor Prom, ewerxone donned hm hnest tlothes md dmeed 1W'lX hl cnes Ihe l'lll'lI'l ous l' uulty fume ended the year on 1 h'1pp5 note lic ind l'1y '1 most swtis 'ICUJTY 'as we 'ls 'lctive year. ,l Q - - ,K ,2-V Iiff X 'AM' E f' X '-. 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E .V 1, , T . x A J ff is x f R ' I W X .,,A,,M . g Az, j I t V :-., 'E Aszu. k V in 1 'W 3, if V ' ,zV,, 1... . ff M ff' W 1 1' .K 'y N151 Q"-Q. Getting in the mood for the Senior-Faculty basketball game is Miss Jeanette Adams while Ann Hendrick, Mrs. Eugenie Stine. Miss Jean Brady, and Carol Popejoy fit cheerleading uniforms. Jack Weber Ronnie Weiss Sharon Whitcnmb Sissy Weber V5'anda VVells Ronald W'ikel Roh XYeir Carol Anne Peggy Williams Wenger Caroline YVillits Nlargo Wilson Skip Wilson Billy Wolfe .loye Woods Joyce Wright Sally Yates Marjorie NYillis Rolland VVilson Lorin NYiseman Virgil Wood Sylvia VVoolever Lynne Wright Richard Zerklc Jan XYilson Ronnie WVilson Nell YVitherby George YVoodruH Jerry VN'right Lynne VVulfel-cuhler QL? Excited and nervous, the sophomore class ollicers, Sandra lemberton Treasurer Tommy Seals Vlce President Tommx Browning President and Llbbs Gentlle Secretary get reads to sene at the Faculty Tea Mrs Fugeme Stme offers to pour a cup of punch for Mrs Agnes Pzzard who IS her co sponsor of the sophomore class btirtmg our hrst d1x xt Fdgeu lter Wls ewcutlng to 1l of tht students hut most of all her sop o do l do next? but soon Illls problem u1s solxed VVe bee une old h1nds 1nd helped others get 1 strong foothold on thelr vs1s to becoming seniors At the xx eleome plrtx gn en bs lumors, we drank pokes, ltc doughnuts, 1nd m nde frxends Ihmes 1nd footblll glmes were exutmg 1s ue got to know more upper c11ssmen -s-R., .eff-"' THE A CLASS Soon We hid elected our sophomore eliss officers md glass eounul l ex deuded our proletts of the F1Lultx 'I e1, 'md Prauleln Frolxcs 1 g1l1 S1d1e H1u kms tx pe d'mCe xx here glrls muted the hoxs ull mide our sophomore xeir 1 memor1hle one YVe no longer felt str mge but u ere 1 p nrt of I' dgeu lter l .W Qs N .4 wx ' I 1. , . - 1 . . 1 -Q., v 4 y ' '1 ' ' 5 1j1 , '1 If . 'U .' 1 ' 5 ' ' 5 .l - J J, : 1 , 5 h - 1 ' ' ". ' D' " -' ' : mores. We were overcome by the feeling of Alxfvllilf year. The Thanksgiving se11son's "Turkey Trotf' J ." 3 ': 3 ' . 1' j ' 1 1 1 ' 'J-1 .1 '1 ' '1 1 5 1 J 1 : 1 ' ' 3- U' 1 ' ' 5 ' f' ' un' ' : ' 1 1 J ,'1 1 1 . ' ' 1 .' " j D' ' I ' 1 ' ' J 1 ' 1 1 I '1 . 1 : 1 5 1 1 ' 1 ' 5 1 1 1 J ' ' 1 ' ' - lin I S4 OPHCMORE lfanu ,Xduir lluh Xdauns Sharon Kdumn Trina Xitvllusun .limmy Klldrud John Xlricll linrhalrzl Xndcrxun .lzlcqnclinu Xndurxnn .lim Xrnlstrumg Henry Xrnuld l'c22x .ln Xrtllur 'xrx Xlum ludx lin u lin W una lilnkx lanlv. lilnll lunnull lllrclm X alll ll xrlur ll lnlu llxr w Hgcln llurnu Xllkv. lilrrmpfrr flluru lllrmn Jlmmx lilssxrulr Rlclllrd lix Lmm C arnl Xnn B nur Blrhxrl lie. about Nancx lhxudn Sonya Hnaulleu Leslxv. Hullex Daplnnv. Bell Sherrx Hunt SOPHOMORES THOROUGHLY E JGY Tom Hergan Judx Herkmutz Huh Bxshnp Sallx Hleslnger I oulu Blackburn Jeanln lil xckuelder Xldrh Bla lvlrl llluck l'xlm1.r Bul md 1 10121. Hunt! llnd.1 Hnusm Lr Xrlgm Burk llmn limtlck S lndrl linsrxuck Sh :mn llmu. Sandra llumnn Path linxdll lm lirdcuull farln.nLlirm1lt Russ Hruur Dunn.: llrukxu Sandx limkau Xnn llruun Xnnnllc Broun lummx Hruunlng Xlack Bruner l'ld:n:. Brxzelak Shlrlu Buchan Juan Buck Juln. liunlmlmlll ll.nrl'1.-xr.: liudunr liunnn. liunnnr in A rd . fl -V ,lnliu flux . 1: '1 1 lm Stcphlmie Bent ,r ' . -ine I' . ' 2. S5 Cene Burkhart Lila Burkholder Jeff Hurnut Nlaryiaret llurmtte Jesse Hutltr Helen lit rd Rodney furttr Sherry f arter Louise K ary er Barbara Cmhlon Ruth C asll Slllflbl f aesndy Art I hapman Helen C happell .lulle Clark Donald f lay Tom Clegg Marcm K lockadale 'Xlarty I ochran Sylvia C nhen Nancy C ole Shirley K nleman 'Nlancy C ondon Barbara C onnell -Xlxce C onnor lierurley f onionnl Judy Lo: Robert f ook Stewe C ook Flow d Cooper Kathy Cooper hlla Mae C orhln Leighton Cornell Jerry Lowart Vancy Cowart Nancy Crews B1llCulherhouse Lmda I unnlnghafn Jeanne C urlxn l ance. I urlln lule Cutchen .lohn Dame Don Daniel Gul Danlel Jlmmy Darden Helen Darling .lonnxe Vlm. Dax ls l at Day ls XX arren Dans -Xllcla Deans Hugh Dearmg Nlarnlxn Denham Tommy Deninn Patty Dull ludy Dolllni l nul llonolrlo ball Doicher Nancy Draper VN endy Draper Judy Duliols Stanton Duncan Skipper Durrance Bull Dutton Pat Dvsy er GETTING ACQUA TED T THE lllann l dgell lxatln l'dlund Bernard lHHron Amt.: l llenhack lxe1thI'lllngton Jerrx I l'errx I'lllson Hen I"h2llSll I .xrolx n I' nsngn -Xnn l'rnest Suu I'sslck Donald l"tllr1dE,L Dehs l-xans Jerome Ifsans Blllx Iwerlx Iioh l'xun2 karen I wang Nlarx I .uls Iiettx Jean I'armLr I earl lrarrlng larus I'aulk ludw Iwddon flax Iwlts Robert I'ennell Gus Iwrllta Gloria Ferrne Sandra l'err1s Juanna lunch Dennis Flanagan Brenda Flemxng Faxe Florer RTY GIVE BY THE JU IORS Daud Iflynn Ruth Ann I'olsnm Jeannette Foote Daud I'nunta1n Betts l'ranklln Barbara I'raser ludw I'reeman Sharon I'rLeman K ene l'ronk Susan Gannous Ii1llGannawax Sharon Garlanger Wax ne Geisler Lthbx K entlle Jud! Getz lna Giles Nlarshall Gtllam I ounse Glnsnn Arlene Glemser Sue Goldman Don Grace Sldl'l4.X Grant Sallx Gras farolxn Gru.n June Grmen Robert Greenleaf W ayne Grissom Jlm Gronmger Xian Grooms Nlargaret Guess Joe Hadlow Pete Haeck I- illis 1, ' - ' Suzanne Felix 2 , . 'U 3 . Linda Hagan John Hall Stewart Hall Gail Hamilton Chester Hamlin Harx ey Hanna Carolxn llardcn Pat Hardin Joyce Hardy Nlichelc Hard3 Peter Hardy Charles Hare Nancy Harmcs ,-Xun Harrington 12.11. Harris Helen Harrison Marlene Hart Sue Haynes Sharon Heaton l.in Hendrix llonna Henkclman Leonard Henry .ludy Herrmann Wanda llurold Billx Higdon Xian -Xnn Hull Delores Hines Shlrlu Hlrshew lox cc Hohhs Pleanor Hodgeman S lndrl lloldnman John Hollar SPONSORING THE TURKEY TROT lack Holmus Ronnie Homnn Nlonna Hornmpi Hob Horrmll llucln Hough I h lrlns Hon lrd I huck llow lrd lunnuh Hou :rd Ronald Hughes Tom Hulhurt Albert Hull hm Hunt lamu Huntnr l lenor Hunlt Nl xrx Hurd ldlth Hurst I arole lslnlurg llorothw llcohs Nlarx lullfrlns Cathx ldhrson liohhs lulklns Hou nd lurnulm Ron :ld .hrnngan Charlotte lourg J aclue. lohn lerrx Johnson Royicr lohnson Ronald lohnson Slndrs lohnson lhuron lohnston Hutch lolns Carol lnialls Richard Jones S undra Innes I'Iuxd Jfwlxn Burhara Jurmn .Inrrx Iuitlce Rnggr Ivunl K porin Ixarl Ixax Ixuatmg Rnhnrt kann Bath Ixcllx Inggx Ixnllx Sallx IxLIIx 'Inmmx Ixnllx I um. Ixundall 1 Inrm Ixmndall Xlxkv. Iunnudw I lt Ixnnnedx I Lnu Ixnnt I Iorll Ixnnt I lrnlxn Ixxhlnr Rm Ixllflure. I xnplnr lung Karol Ixlrklmd Jnmm. Ixjnnals Irlscllll Ixnlmd Imnl Ixunz Bnnda IKUFI Stuart I une I-rnn. I ang Judx law Xlnkn I nach Judy I dire D CO BI ED TALE T SHOW Jimmy Lee Brenda I elier .In I'IIen I eih Donna I xenard Sandra I lentz NIar5haIIL1n.ard X lnmn I lnard Glenda Lung Jm CL I 1ttIe BL ts I md f arul I nng I lnda I :mg Uottx I oper Rrchdard I ox ell Path I uke ban I undequam Huch I ucas I arrx I wnch Buh Nic Hee Sandra Nic-Xlllster Phila NIcBane Xlargle NIcCree Ruth NIcIJanlLI Pat Nlcffhee Xlarge Nlcllxane Durward Nlclxax Ilax ld NIcIxnl2I1! Shelhx NIcLa1n Sophxe NIcLean Dxanne Nlcl end Bernie 'NlcN1nchen -Klan XIACAIIIQIEI' ,. .' I, I ','v ,..'.. I , '. . 1, '. , 1 1'- I 2 ,. D'-'.'f I Nancy Macnamara Horace Mann Jimmy Mann Frank Markette Gerald Marshall Bill Martin David Martin Robert Nlarlin John Mnrtinson Joseph Mathews Richard Mathews Nancy Mav Maurlecn Mayes Carolyn Mealey Jacki Mears Sharon Nledley Nlelanif' Nlcdlin Janet Meers Carolyn Mclhorn Darrell Merritt Beth Nlerz Betty Middleton John Milanich Alice Miller Richard Miller Judy Minick Linda Mohlev Nlancx Mohlq -Xl Mon gomery Betty Moore Jack Moon Pam Mooretield GIV NG THE FACULTY TE 00 Judx Morgan Prma Morris hlary Morris Carolyn Morrison Bevnrly Motschman Billie Sue MountL James Murrax Sue Mueielnhite Mike Mya!! Bonnie Natale Phillip Nui Mlcku Nlettles Dal Nluwman luds Neuman Robert Noecker Robert Norman Clx de 'Nlorrii Marie Norris lJxan1.0ffmr S.1ndrl0p2rLxn l'dvs lrd Olsun laulUN1.ll I inn I r er Marian O Rork Judx Oswald llillx Onan C harlu l almmr I llsv. l dlmnr lietsx l arlu. C ll larkuraon Sidnq lurrott , A N Nellndeune iil'Brien 5 'i , ' I i . -V 1. V. 1' 3, ., . JOI NG IN A HOMEGO NG Harold Ridenour lzdvun Rinehart Flame Rich ll Janes Risher Danni Rnenbark l'llen Rnach Donna Roberson Sharon Roberson l iul Roberson Sue Robinson Nlancx Rogers Richard Rogers I .xrx Rollins Nanci Rood Xllllx Roth lxathlten Rountree. Xnnttte Rowell Sxlua Rune Robnrt Rumpf Iarole Russtll Nanci Rider Xdriaan Sanberz Judith Sansome llaud Saulpau Joi Sultrldge Xllchael Scharf Jeanette Schiebl -Klan Schoneld Tommx Seals leggx Seulle John Sex buld Jackie Sharr l,nrada Patillo Gloria Pecco Barbara .lo Pemberton Sandra Pemberton .lim Pcnnvr llinali Perkins Hex crlx l'erlis llobby Peters Ann l'lmrr Hcvurlx l'liv:iilcy Carol Phillipx Steve Phillips Nlonne Pickard Jimmy Pickerill Judy Poll' Virginia Vogue Fred Powell Suzanne Powell Virginia Pritchard Micky Purcell Nliriam Quinbv Jim Ralter Rndnex Rzrnsex June Ras Barbara Nan Rudd Newton Reid John Remking Bill Rencher C all Rex nolds Sonja Rich Fred Richter Sarah Rickman i G ' 7 91 i Sharon Shaffer Doris Shelton Barbara Shepherd Charles Sherman Dennis Shindle Dottie Shipley Nlyra Sightler Francine Simunsky John Simms Rohert Simon Janet Sims Nona Sue Sims Sharon Skecn George Slater Les Slesnick Nlary l.ou Smcltzer Anne Smith Cherry Smith Curtis Smith David Smith Diane Smith fran Smith Jerri Smith Juds Smith l lnda Smith Patti Smith Thomas Smith I arole Jont Smdur Jim Sm der linda Solberg Jerrx Souder Hohhx Spence C alrv. Stmton Nlollx Starling Ralph Steinman Waltnr Stephens Ron ild Stnphena Bob Stutnson lohn Stutn'-on 'Nltlodi Stritton X :aku Strinkhtld lim Strong Hon ird Strout lloni Strut Rtudt in Sulton Stun Summers Hulth Suoslonsltl lom Sltnisx l ir uit ix ltr l Jnid lqltti li Rohnrt ltllt berildlnt ltrhunt lorriim ltrman R inds l hom is Ruth lnm fhomis 1tlNl lhom s mr 1 hompa ltlthird lhompson d litrl 1 llns inns lisd Rsgtr lomi. ALL ADDI TO EMORIES OF OUR SOPHO ORE YE 03 Sue Tomlinson Vicki Torman Anne Trippe Tommy Trivett Patricia Tucker Larry Tunick Larry Turner Jan Tyson Judy Utlcg Adrianne van Gelder Diana Yan Nlccrheke Sharon Yan Yalkcnhurgh Joyce Vaughn l,a Verne Villeneuve I aYonnL Yillemuu Tommx W adkms rommx W aylner Rox Wagoner Xlfred W ahnlsh los W nlker l ana W alker I xnda Wallace Sandra Wallace Ann W allgker fomms W alls Sara Waltus lxax Walton llaud Wanner C athx Warlovw Sherrln W eax er I' rank W else Peggy Jo Wesson Patsx W esteen Fred W lderman Ronns W lkel C llfford W1ll-cerson Xllckex W llkmson Budds W llks Plene W xlson Plznra W llllams Janice W llllams Susan W xlllams Plolse W llllamson Path W lndham Nllchael W mn Jane W use Ixax W exss linda W hnaker Bucks W hlte Jane Wooddull Damece W olford Hob W ur!ha'n 'Sharon Wood llonna Sue W oods Jane! W rlght Handx W rnght Donna Wsllle l x nda X ork Xlarnlx n H oung Jon label Lmdx lellner James Jones Jlmmx Pusher Fmlls Nlcfov a 1 I gs s na ff I 1 LEROY AZAR CECIL DYE TOMMY DESERABLE FORT PIERCE The lfagles lost the first game of 1957 at Fort Pierce, 18-0. They gained more yardage than their opponents, due mainly to the running of jim Grant during the second half but were hindered by three fumbles and four pass interceptions, which set up two Fort Pierce touchdowns. Edgewater's best effort came in the third period when we drove to the Fort Pierce two-yard line on a sixty-yard march. The powerful green and white line held, and we lost the ball on downs. The opposition scored once more in the final period for the last touchdown of the night. ST. AUGUSTINE KETTERLINUS lfdgewater, ringing up her first victory, scored early in the first and third quarters to defeat unbeaten Ketterlinus, 12 to 0. The first tally came on the initial play when Larry White went around right end for 66 yards. The second came when star center, Owen Howard, broke through the Yellow Jacket defense, grabbed up a fumble, and ran C0 yards for the TD. This was the finishing touch for the Latin Club-sponsored Ifaglecade and everyone came home happy. Eagles Stun Ketterlinus MIAMI JACKSON In their first home game our Eagles thrilled a huge crowd at the Tangerine Howl scoring the first TU of the game on a beautiful pass from quarterback Cecil Dye to end Virgil IVood. The conversion was successful, and within four minutes of the first play we were leading 7-0. However, the undaunted Generals came right back to score after an exchange of fumbles on our l2-yard line. The second quarter proved to be a stalemate with our defense, quelling all Kliami threats. The second half was a different story. Aided by fumbles the opportunist Generals scored two touchdowns in each of the re- maining periods. Although the final score, 32-7, appeared to be one-sided, our offense showed great promise of developing into a powerful unit. A Miami Jackson ball carrier fights to get away from an Eagle defender. ' AVEMX47' B f, , Halfback Gene Moore struggling for more yardage strains to break the grip of an unidentined Mainland tackler. DAYTON A MAIN LAND Klainland kicked ull to the Red and llvllite IS. but the lwall was fumbled and in three plays we were behind, Tall. 'lllle score was tied un a QU-yard drive. 'lille liucs made tlle score 14-7 as an Eagle punt was returned to our l-l-yard line. 'llwo plays later our opponents scored. Un a long drive the Bucs scored in less than 5 minutes. rllllf' final TID was set up when Bill firidley returned a punt to the llainland 23. Ceeil Dye threw a scoring pass to Gene Kluore making the final score 21-14. JERRY ESSICK LARRY UliN'l'Il,li JAMES GRANT 4 ,Jia 'K . 'll' Aiding Jim Hewitt are assistant managers Tom Conner and Owen Regan and head manager Ben Crosby. TLTFFY H,-XNIJLIQY BOB HOIJGSON OWEN HOWARD .8 if-as GENE NIUORIC M Hora luciuiuun Q, I A ,, JAMES TAYLOR Ex fi. K JOHN THOMAS LARRY WHITE lf looking oxcr the football schedule for the coming xenon A f 1 Q are Pagle cotches Xlr Iierrx Nlr. Lough, 'md Nlr. liryson. I lJAl1M l 'lille' initial llfildcztt surge- was lwrvzttlitztkitigg for the lwwiltlc-rt-tl Iinglt-S. ln ln-es tlizm et-wii minutt-4 llc-Qt Palm was la-:tiling I-l to U. Rt-gaining their composure, the lfzigjlcs, capitalizing on Il XYildczir fumlilc, skillfully sc-t tlic smut- for il 'lill After flu' lmlf, lYc'st l,1llIU'S dvvzlatzltiiig offt-msc' rippcml through our clcfcnsc, :mal as flu- clock ram out the score-liozirml rt-:til lviltluzits 23. l'illQlf'5 7. The fateful Plant kick is unsuccessful, thus giving Edgewater a startling 14-13 upset. 5 I ANLI-,H Rl1l15l lerry Essick stops Boone at the line of scrimmage as Leroy Azar and David McLean follow up in case of any slips. LAKELAND lr has heen said that lightning does not strike twice in the same spot, hut vou would have had a hard time convincing the lfagles ifter their loss to Lakeland. lfor the second straight year they were defeated liv a long pass play with only seconds reniainingg. lfdgewater, holding a l-l-7 lead with less than 4 minutes left to play, appeared headed for victorv. However, l,akeland scored on a 5.5-vard drive and then recovered the onside lviclt which followed. Filling the air with desperation passes. the llreadnaughts con- nected to the lfagjle l l. XVirh 3 seconds left the winning pass was completed, giving l.alceland a 21-l-l advantage, thus depriving l'dgewater of a well deserved victory. E. H. . Loses Heartbreakers JAX JACKSON lacltsonls under-rated 'lliuers displaved their potential as they defeated lfdgewater 12-fl in the Clator Bowl. During the first half lioth the 'lliger offense and defense proved too strong for the lfaggles. and Jackson left the field at halftime leading l2-fl. lfdgewater returned to the gridiron to throttle the 'lligers for the remainder of the game. llavid Klcl,ean recovered a -lackson fumble on their 27 and next play Gene Xloore dashed around left end for the lfaglt-'s lone tallv. lfdgewater threatened to score again late in the game when a 02-yard sustained drive died out on the -laclqson six. JAX LANDON Showing a terrific amount of power. .laclcsonville Landon defeated the lfagles 25-fl to put a shadow on lfdgewaterls homecoming festivities. 'lihe first quarter was a heartehreaker for the Red and lllhite as two 'l'lJs were called hack after a Landon punt was hlocked hy Virgil XVood on the l.andon 32. lfroni then on, Landon had complete control, scoring in each of the last three quarters. Nllil. WILLS BOB HEVVITT BOB WILSON DAVID McLEAN Jubxlant Pagle plaxers and spectators race across field to congratulate the team Eagles F1n1sh In Trlumph lxcknng up long x lrdlge nn tl1e Iltmt game Iarrx Whxte eludes hm opponent 100 IAMPA PI ANI ta 1rrx ll N L N I c-tl llflll 111 tht t 1tc 11N xx N N t l 1111111 r lrxt 1 ood rtc lll tllc hut ptrlml xxlth their ful 11t wut 111 t L llll x ml ldgexx 1 er l1lJllllLCll I1 uk nmlxx ll 111 tht Nctontl pt rlod on 1 drlxe C 1111 1x 1 UIUIITX f cr11 Q pox to Creme llof 6 IIC' mt lhrtt ton etutlxc runs l1x Xl 11 mx all tl1C plfmrn to Ilt Xloore clroxe to t e me Gxcrn C toot If oxtr Rotlncx Ql1rk N tonxer r Jn to L x N tlel '-X l'lIll'lCI' lllxl 1 N m flllw fllllt tl1roxx1 111 c 1 1 1 1 11tc x lr N c -ln 111tcrtc1 NN ll' rl 13411 vo lux ll'1 1 X o Nt t tonxtrx on xx tl ,hi xg xg s HX . . . A. ' li I . y ' ' . 4' ' V . n .t 1 L-Ill'I' tlu- Sllilflilllljj lt'2lllt'I'Slllp of l.: V' 'hitm-, tl1c' lfzxglcs llpfL'l' tl1c l,ZlIlfll'I'.' of 'l':1111p:1 xlilllf, rank H ' 's 1 '. in il I+-13 thriller. 'I'l 'ni the l,21lllllCl'lf Hrs deft-:tt of the year. ' 'z z d exx' fl: ll 11-' V " ' ll:'k l 11655 the lin- for tl1- 1' :l -': . I 'zt st -l-'z'l' .'lD2s1:ll- z .'t' i A mr on l Plz 33. ' 1 H ' S ' " 5 D' 'hitc- rt' g,:l" l-7.- ' lx l sill.-:ll l" '- sion was 1,111 l :xml the s' rf x'z1.' ' L. A J. l f11111l1lc on thc-ir oxx'11 33 was the kcx to the Iiagles sc-cm 'l'lJ.Ag:1i1 itxx'z1:ll'l1' ', ' 1 "ng 001111 'T'tc1fll'111' llluorc' 4111 tllt' lf. 'llxx'r1 1l: ys lf tvr XVI' ' ram tht- lzrsr uint- xzmls to Jcurc. Cl: los kit-It xx':1: prrfcct :mtl tl1v scorn- xx':1s l-l-7. , ' - '11 tml lJL'SCI'11l1ll' 11:1 .'.r lzztc in tlu- lust QLIZIITCT ,arc thn- l'z111 ll'l'lS tlu-ir lust scorin 11 l'l'lllllTj'. 'l' l 1x'c -ll yzlrcls in 4-igllt ylzxxx' t fora-. 'l'l1- ' '- Ji 'ns xx'il' :mtl llll' l1i'fr"ft upset of the l1fgl1 g -1111111 fair xx'z1f 'c-r. l l l 1 l BOONE FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD A strong second period offen Ive effort which produced 'all of Edgewaters point 'md '1 stout fourth period defensuve stand brought the Eagles '1 I3 7 vlctors over the Boone Braves The result of this game give both schools '1 3 7 record for the season Boone was the flrst to score on a drlve e'1rlw IH the second quarter but the Red and Whlte bounced right back to core mldwas ln the perlod 'Ihe score was 76 'ls our PAT attempt falled ust before the half Edgewater drove 74 yards to score Rodnes Clark s conversion was good and the halftlme score was I3 7 The key to our fourth perlod defense was a Jarrmg tackle bv Leroy Az'1r wlth Bobbv Hewltt recovermg the Brave fumble Later the povs erful Edgewater llne stopped another Booned drlve on the Eagle 25 One of the highlights of the game wx as the superb puntmg of Edgewater sophomore Mike Mosher who klcked five tlmes for 'tn average of 43 6 vlrds Hrs 63 xarder m the last period stopped Boone s chances of scoring agam Our offense was hxghlrghted bs backs Larry White Tommy Deserable Gene Moore and lmmy Grant Ve Thev FI PIILRLE MIAMI ,IALKSON RET TFRLIINUS MAINLAND JAX JACKSON LAKEI AIND WES I PALXI PLANFI BOONE Boone Scalped In Fmal Game First Row Carl Farmer Dudley MCL arlty jimmy Ca hlon Bull K rxd Inboden Don Funston Tommy 'I homas Bob Fleckensteln Guy Eastman ley Jim Hewitt Rodney Clark Arnold Ausley Second Row Glenn Sk1pW1lson Mlke Mosher K: 0 ...................... ' ' .......... ............1s I is. Q. f U L 7 ................... ' ............. ......32 if I' I ,O I ' 12 ................... ' ' . f .....,.,. . " ' fj 1+ ..,......,.........,. ............... . .....21 J Y N, Q A 6 ..................,. ' J .......,........ ....12 u ' I j -U J 0 .................,.. JAX LANDON ................. ...25 - I L, . I ' ' - 7 ..................,.. " 4 .............. .......2s I f' I k. Y , - -' N, I4 ....................... ' .................. .....13 w' . Q " .7 -j '.'. 13 ....................... .............. . , J' . f W nm, I W 101 3 tar-ra Row One-Larry Fox manager Mike Barringer Gene Kendall Dan Fred VK alsh Stuart Hall Nlatk Bruner Xlan Scoheld immy Eyans ny Riyenhailt Floyd iooper Bucky Hough Darrel Merritt Rodp.,u u ei en 1 :su larktiso Chuck Iloyyarc lxarntl Frank MCMllil1ClN Roy Killgort lornmy beals Ieonaid ll nun lonuny Bioyyni 5, ow o jun rrnstrong ugi hiring., manager D1 Jayvees Emerge V1ctor1ous Wlth SIX Wlns, No Losses ln the opening game of the 1957 season, .LV SCORFB halfhack Chuck Howard led Edg,ewaters Baby Eagles to a 26-0 victory oyer San- ford The majority of the scoring came in the second half as the Red and VVhite scored twenty of their points on the rain- soaked field. lhe Eagles toppled the Lyman High Varsity, 19-6 behind the throwing of Bucky Hough and Lhuck Howard who each passed for a touchdown. immy lllann :cored the other l'IJ on a l5-yard run. uarterhack Toimny Seals passed tie Edgewaterites to a 25-6 victory over Ocala. Seals threw three touchdown passes, and Pat Davis ran 50 yards for the final score. The superh passing of Bucky Hough, who 7 1 2 7 ........ 20 ,....... OARD 1'H I'Y Qanford ......... I yman .......... Ocala ........... Daytona ......... Lakeland Boone . . . 102 completed 13 in l5 attempts paced Edge- water to a 52-0 victory over the Daytona Mainland Buccaneers. Gene Ixendall caught fiye of Houghs passes for touch- downs. Killgore lllerritt, and Rivenhark added the other talliex. Lakelands Baby Dreadnaughts were defeated 27-6 hy the quarterhacking of Bucky Hough and 'l ommy Seals. The run- ning of Chuck Howard was also a major factor as the Eagles piled up their fifth yy in at ainst no de eats. The Red and VVhite -ll' .'s finished their season undefeated hy downing Bo0ne's Baby Braves, 20-13. The Eagles complete- ly outplayed Boone in the traditional cross- town game. Pre-ceding each Edgewater Varsity haslcethall game was a lively game played hy our talented -layvees. This gifted group of hoys trained for one or two years hefore supplying our Varsity with experienced players. Ar the mid-point of the season their scorehoard showed ll wins, 3 losses. Coach Bill Griffith said that his '57-'58 team had the finest material and was one of the finest ylayvee teams he had ever coached. The hoys unanimously agreed that their coach was the "greatest" Some of the llahy lfagles' finest ,games were played against the Boone and VVinter Park li teams. The first team, composed of liuclty Hough, Buck liarnhart, Danny Rivenhark, Joe llathews, and Stewart Hall, led their team to victories over many varsity teams from the smaller high schools. Due to outstanding: sportsmanship, prowess, and agility, Edgewater has a sl. V. liaslcethall team of which she can he very proud. Tommy Seals, 5' 4" "dunks one" to the delight ofthe .l.V.'s. Baby Eagles Have Most Successful Basketball Season Row One-Bob McAfee, Tommy Seals, Danny Rivenliark, jerry Cowart, hart, Robbie Fleekenstein, Geret DuBois, Pat Davis, Jack Leete, David Gene Kendall, Dan Clements, joe Mathews, Al Nlontgomery, Dave Law- McKnight, Owen Regan, George Knupp. son, Bucky Hough. Row Two-Bill Gritlith, Stewart Hall, Buck Barn- lflli ggi 1 ' ' X55 an , iff iff 3 .ff ff W V i n djs ff kk "'XQ" f,, nn! 'Ni' Q! be-:jj Q3 wi 6 , M Cl W 'S -4 -2 1555 J U55 Cfi Rv: K j 5 A , , ZZ: :IVP 5 E . A . ,4 , F A A K Qvli f ' Wy 4. A ff, . 2 I Experlence Brmgs Basketball Success To The Eagles 1 1m U IX ton 1 ll nnl lllll lxmter l 1rlc lil hop Xloore XVIIIICF H11 cn O1 1l 1 11k onulle Lmdon 11k onulle uk 1 liuhop Nloorc U 1 1 N mter l 1r Wet l,llIT1 ic U1 11111 SCDIUT l 1kel1nd VW lnter H 11 en Boone leksonx llle I1tks0n 'ltksonx llle ee D11 ton'1 NI 11nl1nd Apopki Poone X11 1m1 lLd1 on Lor 1l CJ 1blc-N l 1kel'1nd VN lldxx ood Apoplc 1 The llne up-of the men behmd the scenes of the basketball games are the managers Hen Lrosbx and Tom Conner, and the coach, Nlr Al Beech J S rtmg, oft the xelr 111th '1 bmg, th la C' b1ketb'1ll te 111 touhed bx XI1 Al Beeeh r'1n up 1 superb retord of 12 ulns 3 lo e bs m1d season fJllI'f0I'XX'1I'Ll Stexe Uutkuorth Une Ellls ind Xlllxe Nlo her Lombmed thc-1r ICLUTIIC tlo e hoot mg, 111th tht lon I'lI1g.,L lllllltlllg, 1nd expert b 1ll h mdlmg, of g,l1lI'llN l' lf Ad uns Buddy H 1nn1 mal llobbx Heultt to help rmlt our teun unong, rht ut Lenter nn lsord 111 111t1l 1n1n lI1 fllxlllg, 6 UUI' N ILIUTIC ling Jlm l'ord outjumps the Daxtona Nlamland center to get the game off to a good start XV- 'l'l .' 52 ..........,. 1 ' 1 . 1' 1 ............. -ll M i 49 ............ 11 ................... 52 -'IH ' ' xr ' 1 2 f- ff 2121 65 ..........., 'S A .................. -H is 1 11,'.' 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' 3 " l. ................ 67 56 ............ .j 1 . 1' 1 ,............ 68 43 ............ . ....................... 46 58 ............ , ........................ 61 56 ............ . '1 ' ' 's ................. 7-1- 52 ............ ' 1 iz 5 ................... S4 5-l ............ .1 ' 1 ..................... 53 61 ............ 7' ' .................... 62 -l-5 .......,.... 1 ....................... 43 1l ,Y , Q1 40 Kimball Malcolm puts a "half-nelson" on Charles Fries as Rodney A vigorous game of volleyball is enjoyed by the members of the Clark che k h h ' l' ' ' ' C S 0l'l I C IEC l"llC8 IIIES. sixth period gym class. Boys' Sports Offer A 'Well-Rounded Athletic Program Dale Austin guards Bill Bennet as Shelbly Cooper awaits the outcome of the toss in a typical gym period action. The Edgewater athletic program offered boys various opportunities to express their physical talents and abilities. Football and baseball were played in accordance with their respective seasons, and volley- ball games were thoroughly enjoyed with the girls' gym classes. Summertime oiiered keen water games, including swimming and water polo. However, one could frequently see them keeping the campus beau- tiful by weeding the track and cleaning the gym floor. .lohn Brinkley hurls a fast hall to make the third out. Tommy lleserahle is caught in a rundown hetween third baseman. Bobby Tatum and catcher, Butch Hopkins. as Bob Blumer. umpire. prepares to call an out. Returning Lettermen Form Backbone Of Baseball Team Nina- lettermen provide-nl the strength m'c'mlc'ml for hlc' John Brinkley, worked with tcaluinzxtc-s Bohhy thc- 57358 hzlsehall tvzllll to succvswfully face- their ,liZll'lllIl,'ll0IUITlj'lJL'Si'T'1ll5lC,Xvlfgllxxytltlll, Bill Shin-- opponvnts. Condi lffillllil,UllQ1llSl'I'l'SSl'llllI1lI'j'.QUUll ly, Butch S1111-alley, Rodney Clark, Butch llopkins, sportsmzlnship, and cooperation througglmut the sou- Clzxumlc- SllK'I'lIl11l1. and llzxnny Rix'c-nlmark, to kc-cp son. A power-packed pitching staff. lwzlckml hy czlpzl- lf. ll. S. in thc Big 'lic-n. The Eagle team anxiously awaits to take the field: Row One-Manager Bob Blumer. Bob Tatum, Butch Hopkins, Bill Shively, Butch Smedley. Virgil Wood: Row Two-Tommy Deserahle. John Brinkley, Gene Moore, Lanny Mauldin, Rodney Clark, and Claude Sherman. ln keeping with the tradition of having a good track team, the lfag- les, behind the coaching of Klr. Bill Griffith, were overpowering in all of their contests. Being in the Big 'lien Conference, they ran against the best teams in the state. The majority of the boys being letter- men was a great help to the success of the team. Showing his championship form is star sprinter Larry White. Speedy Dave Ellis takes the high hurdles in stride in a practice run. Members of the track team, John Bailey, Mike Mosher, Larry White. and Dave Ellis crack a few jokes while awaiting their turn to run. Cindermen And Linkmen Add ariety To Sports Program lr The golf team, coached by Blr. James Bryson, participated as a Big 'lien Conference in many tour- naments on the links. They played such teams as Daytona lVIainland, Boone, Ocala, and took part in the Big Ten and State Championship contests. They were required to play a certain number of practice rounds each week to keep in shape for the matches and to confirm their spot on the team, as the positions were determined by the ladder system. As Jere Lober receives instruction from Coach Bryson, Bobby Tannler, Dwight Cook, and Steve Voorhees watch in hopes of picking up some advice. ennis 1 relitlxelx new sport it ldgeuater mide Lrelt strides this xeir thanks to the new ree reation tenter, vshleh lntluded two fine tourts Louhed hx Nlr lrtmes lirxson our Nllllll hut pow erful term plased mam Big, Ten opponents Our mequeteers kept the this hot 1 thei pleased ex uting mwtehes after school Fred Furrx a tennis team member demonstrates fine form in a forehand drive and service shot as he practices at the new recreation center court Racqueteers And quatlc Enthuslasts SWIHQ And Swim "F yn. th' iw ' Pictured just before jumping into the water are Men' Helper, Walter Reeder. and Mike 0'Brien, standing in front and Ray Allen, Joe Brooks. and Pat May behind them. iv 'H 'Va' Other members of the swimming team are Carl Farmer, Don Grace. Bill Robins Coach Van Voorhees: Row Two-David Gluckman, Alan NlacAllister. 109 and Wayne Sweet. The most -iXY2lSlll'tl up" group on campus is the lftlgiewuter swimming rerun. 'lihe coxnpetetl with the top high school tezims in swimming meets all over the state. Linder the expert guidance and training of Coach Stuart Yun Yoordhees, these athletic boys hrougght home many honors. 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Un l2lj'S wlu-11 one fc-lt 1 , s - 1 l I 'l 1 h 1 '1: ', s 1 'h'k- S N 1 , 1 1 - 1 ' " Q 5 U' -' 1 ' 1 1 51:11 IZ il 1-ml l Y' 5 l'1tq 1 l - -f' 'i11l ff 151 ' ' gl 1 l11- Enjoying square dancing. one of the few mixed ac- tivities. are Jim Berelsman. Carol Richards, Hobby Grant. Jeanie Caflee. Carl Keenum. Linda Linton. Cordon Fillmore. and Rosemary Hart. Girls Become Experienced Players In Various Sports Barbara Thornquist, Sylvia Ridley. Elaine Trease. Mary .Io Rive. Sue Vredingburg. Betsy Ellis, and Hazel Webb play speed-a-way, one of the most interesting of their games. "Ri " le . 1 fl ,-x 111 I 6 As Katherine Beasley hikes and Moe Nlcfluire gets ready to re- ceive Colleen Cox prepares to charge and prevent a touchdown Row One-Cynthia Baum- gardner, Chaplain: Freida Potl, Eleanor Bell, Patricia Bell, Mrs. Helen Torrance, Sponsor: jo Anne Heltzel, Vice Presidentg Madeline Hanna, Novie McCree, Sharon Thompson. Row Two-Larry Gordon, judy XVood, Sandra Sanders, Secretary: Carol A vera, Louise Vl'olt'ott, john U'Neall, joan DuBois, Charles Pillans. Row Three-VValter Colhy, Er- vin Shames, Treasurer, Howard Corry, james Mos- teller, holding the black candle of sing Benny Mar- tin, Richard Nevergold, john Van Horn, President: Chris lN1og.:elvang, Ted Strauh. OJC's Morris Hale Headlines Honor Society Assembly l Setting up chairs for the Honor Society tapping are members Benny Martin, James Mosteller, John Van Horn, and Charles Pillans. Row One-janet Berelsinan, Marilyn Heintzelman, Nlargaret Shaw, Priscilla Pranger, Boliliie jenn Frost, Patsy Lightfoot, 'l'one DiCarlo, jan YVilson, Ann Hendrick, Glenna Greathouse, Linda Ashcroft, Carol Pope- joy, Sandra Chapman, ,Xliee Smith, Colleen Cox. Row Two-Sandra Scott, Betty jean Harper, jane Ellen Gridley, Lucy Ellen jetfries, Ann Burton, Marion Love, Gayle Hardin, joan Thomas, Sherry Martin, Sal- lie Huggins, Linda Hand, Carolyn Cory, Tina Rumpf, Nancy Anderson, 'K A L Gt Q Outstanding scholarship, character. leadership, and service are required to hecome a memher of this organization. Projects included information service for the tirst day of school and for college night, sell- ing saving stamps, and sponsoring a scholarship championship between lf. H. S. cluhs. 'l'apping1 which inducted 32 juniors and ZI sen- iors was january 2-l-th. New memhers were honored at zi reception in the school snack har. Cliniaxing tht- year. the annual lianquet was held in the lfdge- water cafeteria. After an entertaining program hy the old nienilwers, the new ofiicers were announced. joy 'l'riplett, Malcolm Hawley, jim Berlin, Lorin VViseman. Row Three --Ricky Carman, lidwin Meador, Eddie Geurin, Lonnie Brooks, Perry Bigelow, l.a Verne Bigelow, Barry Nelson, jack Leete, Geret DuBois, Carl Dover, Bill Gridley, Mickey Shapiro, jere Loher, Lewis Morrell, james Alexander, David Miller. Not pictured-Roy King, Dwight Cook, Howard Ureisdorf, Robert Thrasher. Row One-Margie Halfhill, Toni Di- Carlo, Linda Hand, Ann Hendrick, Sandra Chapman, Betty Jean Harper, jane Ellen Gridley, jenny Clements, Nancy Draper, Nancy Anderson, Nan- cy Harms. Row Two-Colleen Cox, YVendy Draper, Judy Berkowitz, Jon- nie Mae Davis, Sally Bissinger, Linda Hagen, Patty Dial, Lilihy Gentile, Ar- lene Bork, Donna Brokaw, Nancy Beaudet, Sally Gray, Jeanne Curlin, Sandra Iloldeman. Row Three-Carol lngalls, Art Chapman, LaVerne Bige- low, Peter Hardy, Gene Burkhart, Car- ol Dover, Lance Curlin, Paul Dono- frio, Tommy Browning, Bob Hamil- ton, Bolt Horrell, Barliara Fraser. "Look at those grades," says Arlene Bork as she helps Carol Ingalls and Miss Emily Kimrey list the honor roll members. Have you noticed your name in the local paper? Chances are if your grades were up to par, you ap- peared on the honor roll. The Torch Society's honor roll committee went through each student's recent grades, and those who received at least a UB" aver- age attained this recognition. 4 Fred Cruz and his assistant fire marshalls sched- uled fire drills so as to have one each six weeks, and the fire department came twice during the year to help out. The Hre marshalls also proposed a new dis- missal system aiming for less confusion and greater speed in emptying the building. Torch Society's Honor Roll Rewards Capable Students Row One-jan XVilson, Mariam Quin- by, Linda LeBre, Carol Popejoy, Jane W'ooddell, Melanie Medlin, Sandra McAllister, Eloise VVilliamson, Kay XVeiss, Lorraine Terman. Row Two -Adrianne yan Gelder, Myra Sight- ler, Annette Rowell, Barbara juran, Francine Siminsky, Patti Parrot, Sally Kelly, Priscilla Pranger, Alice Smith, Patsy Patton, Yvonne lVlcDaniel. Row Three-Tina Tinsley, Betsy Parke, Alice Schindllweck, Cindy Bellner, Bey- erly Motschman, Carol Long, Dianne McLeod, ,lane Rose, joy Triplett, Tina Rumpf, Marilyn Young, Miss Emily Kimrey, Sponsor. Row Four-Les Sles- nick, .Xl Montgomery, Edwin Rinehart, Edward Olsen, Billy Ryholr, Larry Katz, Barry Nelson, YValter Tew, john Martinson, Fred XViderman, Bohhy Spence, Tommy Seals, Bill Rencher. Student Council President Mickey Shapiro. presents to the student bodv council otlicers Sandra Sanders Nice Presldent Lucx Fllen Jeffries Secretars and Fred Cru7 Treasurer The curtfuns parted loulx to rexeal 1 dllllll ht stage the spotlight fell upon our eagle lhe xelr had begun xx 1th the 1 radxtlons Assemhlx led ht Stu dent Counul Presldent, llllckex bhtp1ro lo 'tsslst the debut of the football season the Councll pre sented the blg four mcludmg the supper game half tune spectacular, 'Ind dame l ftter thex planned the homecomlntf festlvltles and were host to the Boone Edgeu 'lter gune md dame Capable Student Councll Provldes Top Leacle1sh1p Row One-Maureen MCC ulre Sharon Spencer oan lrutn X011 Blanco C Ienna breathouse Stephamc Bent Ixnn C muon lxatherme Beasley PUSSY Bllbliett Sally Kelly Row Two-Ionx lJlL2ll'l0 Charlotte oerf., Sharon Slfteen Beth Cofer jerry Essxck Mike Mosher Sherry Martm lxathx Cooper Sarah Rtckman Martha lxlllgore Row Three-Buck Barnhart Mnke Harrlnger Stexe Rudder ere Ioher Larrx lentlle lommx Deserahle lxtmball Malcom Rodnex Qlark Ionnle Brooks Ierry Blgelow 116 1 r ,1 1 Q ,' A 1 .'v 'y 1 1' 1 S 'A '1 1 ' . ff Q1 1' T 1' . -Z . ,. .. 1 1 1 , .N ' 1 n ' . . . 1 . 1. . 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Commlttee chanrmen Kathrxn Beasles Iwnn Glnson, Prxssw Bag gett Jere I oher and lane l'llen fJ!'lCllCW look with pleasure at the 1958 Student Directory Student Louncxl members I erry Bxgelow Glenna breathouse Tom ms Deserable Martha Klllgore Lmda Long and Kathx Cooper partlclpate at a councnl meetmg ln l957 tht Sruclcnt Loumxl xx ls prcml lf of the Jlxtrltt sN0LllTl0Il ln 0 Lcmlur the Lounul Pl1llllNllCLl the Student lllrtttorx md ponxorcd the tllcnt '-how for 1. 1 mtx nrmgg sm the tl mnlng of 1 new mon tl llI'llI'll lllll to mnour tht ruultx of tlu Stutltnt Qllllllkll tlcttzonx ln XI IX tht Lllllllkll xponxorecl the Au 1I'4lN lppI'OPI'l ll'C Ill lllllt I' Row One-Cnnger Dans Kat VX env Barbara Beabout Patti Parrott, Qor Art Chapman Charlex lilmer Bolwlmx bpence ack Leete, errx Sandx Chapman, Bettx jean Harper jane Ellen Grldles Nlollx Starlmg W rxght jack Rollins Ronald jernlgan Ronald Taslor, john Daudion, Donna Brokaw, Lmda Long Row Two-'Vlr Exerett VS ampler, Spon jack VK eber 117 dm l " 3 ": ' . ll - ., , ' .' '. ' . t 'lz S1 ' 5: ' 1 ' ' Q z ' trad' ' , IC ln: 3, 1 z , 1 me llzxy program, thus closing the year in an 1 'z ' 1 - . Q sf . , . , V . . . - ,' ' v I v . v ,' t .7 ' -, H .vt A .I v v V ly v ,' V ' ' ' . ' ' . . ' V K - ' 7 , '-Q-............,, I .. WMV .,,., 1 Betty Jean Harper, Treasurer: Marion Love, Committee Chairman: Ann Shaw, Vice Presidentg Barbara Hammond, Re- porter: and Margie Schleicher, President, grin appreciatively as Mr. Ed Sincic, Spon- sor, points out the advantage of a new stair- way. Council Proposes Stairway For Students' Safety Operating under new plans with the guidance of lllr. Ed. Sincic, the Safety Council put into opera- tion a fire demonstration, traflic assembly program, and civil defense program, monthly safety checks in various departments, and car washes. VVorking under a new point system, members earning twenty points were awarded attendance at the annual banquet and free pins. The member achieving the highest number of points gained rec- ognition on Awards Day. Unveiling of the proposed catwalk stairway met with the hearty approval of the entire school. Funds were to be raised by club participation. Row One-Lynn Basden, Suzie Stinson, Madeline Hanna, Andrea Stark, Molly Starling. Row Two-Pat Harrison, Ned Barr, Howard Corry, janet Keeney. Not Pictured-Carolyn Cory, Tommy Deser- ahle, Tom Hall. MISS MARIE BRANCH Sponsor Barbara Smeltzer, Treasurer: and Linda Vahue, Vice President, tile films as Sally Richar, Presidentg and Lloydine Sickles, Secretary, check out a book to an interested reader. Council Sells Bookcovers For Library Improvement Members of the Library Council examine new hooks which were displayed at the Central Florida Book Fair. They are: Cstandingj Carol Zeigler, Mrs. .Ioan Charlton. fsponsorj. Janice Cannon, Lois Barber, Lloydine Sickles, Patti Parrott. Sally Richarg fseatedb, Myrna Wright, Barbara Smeltzer, Nancy Seals, and Linda Vahue. Q3 119 Although comparatively small this year, the Library Council has been very active. Beginning the school year by selling book jackets to raise funds for library improye- ments, these girls soon added another feath- er to their caps by winning first prize for their float in the homecoming parade. Dur- ing Hook IVeek they offered a prize for the best list of ten books a student should read and also held a contest for the best posters advertising the Central Florida Hook Fair. Beside their many projects and daily duties, the members have kept busy arranging bul- letin boards both in the hall and for faculty members and have attended several state and district meetings. sua J. M. 1 Horsmg around wnth photogra- pher Fred Wxderman about his pnctures are Ben Sharp Carol Asera Lsnn Gmson and Sharon Business staff members Martha Killgore, Mr Joseph Barkley, Sponsor, and Bobbie Jean Frost clip ads for the printer's dum- my sheet. GIS L6 Q, Sweetheart of E. H. S. Covers Important News Events "The Sweetheart of E. H. S. is . . .," and the breathtaking moment had arrived. Long hours of hard work went into the preparation of the contest that made that moment possible. Sponsored by the Eagle Eye, the annual Sweetheart Contest was a colorful and exciting event. Representatives from the homerooms were presented in an impressive as- sembly, and voting of the student body selected the winner. The staff admitted that with all its com- plications, it was worth its trouble and lots of fun. 1 24 Ei Besides sponsoring the Sweetheart Contest, mem- bers of the staff gave us a top-rate newspaper. The award-winning product covered local news and com- ments on national affairs as each "even saw to it that jobs were done to perfection. Covering all the 'fbeatsu-clubs, organizations, and departments- writing and checking copy, writing "heads," proof- reading, taking and cropping pictures, soliciting ads, and attending two journalism conventions kept the Usweethearts of E. H. S." very busy. 121 Turning in their assignments are prospective stall members Ginger Davis, Pat Lightfoot, Jimi Allen Susan Kazaros, Toni DiCarlo, and Mark Fowler lit l ln...- liI7l'l'URI.-XI, STAFF lIIOI"lIl-Q l'llL'ff Xoyie Meireej Copy' lzdttor: clYIIIlll1l l t Rss li1llIllIgIll'Llllt'l'Q lhotography: VValter Colby, Richard Nev- ergol l, Glenna lireathouse: Layout: l,ut'ile u .g,' ell, Con- 'e ll ' Ill arrell: Faculty: Nancy Anderson: Seniors: jo .Xnne I lleltzel, Cltarles lillans: juniors: joy '1'riplett: Sopho- HH tres: .Xdrianne Nan fielder: Clubs: .Xnn Hendrick: Student I.ife: Margie Schleieher: Sports: jere I,obet', john Van llorn Pit v l' " ' ' ' , 1 sb attong Iyptst: Jerri Dotsong Sponsor: lil'SlNliSS STAFF Business Manager: Ted Straub: Sales Manager: Iirvin Sh ames: .Xdverltsing Manager: Betty Pope: 'l'reasurer: Madeline llanna: Secretary: Sharon Zickgrafq Sales .xssti Malcolm llayxleyg .Xdyertising .Xssts.: Lorin VVise- man, :Xl Montgomery: Sponsor: Miss Frances Saunders. Seeing their words in print for the first time are editorial staff members .lerri Dotson. Nancy Anderson, Patsy Pat- ton. Cynthia Baumgardner. and John Yan Horn as they check the printer's proofs. "Cropping" the picture to Ht its layout with ruler and "wheel" keeps Margie Schleicher. Joy Triplett. Ann Hen- drick. Connie Harrell. and Charles Pillans. Work In Triplicateb "Kay0es" Odasagiah t taff .Hanan , v-.,.,,.p--lf' 1 ,mm 122 "Half the book must be mailed by Christmas, and all by February lstlu 'lihus Klrs. Louise Ahke greeted her very green '58 ODASAGIAH Stat? members the first day of school in their 'lcubby-hole" Cstaff rootn 1963. During Septem- ber. the wheels started slowly turning and the gears meshing in the human machine, which would eventually turn out your '58 UDASA- GIAH. 'lio accomplish this, individual class and faculty pictures had to be scheduled, taken, and processed. Club pictures, copy, :md layouts were assigned to all staff members at two clubs per person. lfxhausted staff members working over- time realized the meaning of "meeting the dead- line." Staff photographers Richard Nevergold and Walter Colhy show Glenna Greathouse. Mrs. Louise Abke. Sponsor. and Novie McCree, Editor. how to take their clul1's action shot. 11x x1 1r o11r mo lI'IllNl'lL tour if.NlLI1 xx lN ll xxork ot Lonmt H xrrell luout 11l1tor ot the UID-X 5-XC I-XH S1111 Our outxt 1111111151 photog,r1phx xx lx due to tht t llCllIN ot W 1lter Lolhx xtudent photo r1pher for three xearx, RlLl'llI'll 'Nexergold hl 1 xot11te Mm Anderxon our portrut photovrlpher md Lh 1rl1e f rt-to xx ho toolx m mx tluh xhot Nianlxng plctures laxouts and copx at the Lollege Park P O are lere Lober lo Anne Helt7el l uclle Russell and Adrmnne Nan I elder .nded hx post man Garland C lohnson le tlu tlllfllfl 1l xt 111 rm Tltlllxt xcx TIQLQICL t 10 uxmexx xt 1tt llllillttl xxx x1lC'x1lrlxCx tor xtlli entx N01 lllll et up 11lx hmdled tnoncx tor pltture or clerx md mule tot 1lx tomt o11t rtgjht m pm of qdd mg m ltllllltx md otl11rmo1l1rn dcxlttx lhcx xxorlxcd lllll tr tht tfhtlcnt lc ltlifxlllp ot Nlxxx r mtmx S lllll lt 1 ll plkfl 1 x ltll th1 ml thc 11 x 1 1 trom x rouw 1 xr xc nt T11 S C Ill lxxtlllil fheckmg plctures wlth laxouts nn thenr plctorxal ad sectmn are busmess staffers Al Nlontgomerx bharon lxckgraf 'Vlnss Frances Saunders hpon sor Bettx Pope and Lorm Wlseman lroudlx pomtxng to the 94 of semors who bought our ODASAGIAH IS Frxm Shames vxhxle 'Nir Alton Nolle sponsor Nladelme Han na Ted btraub and 'Nlalcom Haxxlex approxe thexr hard vxork 123 I 5 s 1 1 5. 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Row Two-Miss Sara Barker, Spon- sorg joy Woods, Barbara Pool, Margaret Shaw, Edythe VVhite, Elsa johnson, Carolyn Fordham, Mary Lynn Thomas, Geilda jackson, Theresa Lauria, Miss Ruby Raulerson, Sponsor. Row Three-Betty Pope, Anne Brew- er, Eleanor Heath, Sherry Mar- tin, Barbara Brownlee, Helen Heumann, Betty Cox, Kathryn Milam, Judy jackson, Vivian Brewer. 'AVVork hard, but not in vain." This was what the members of the Gregg VVriters did this year. Their projects included typing the Student Direc- tory, the senior biographies for the annual, and spon- soring two brownie sales. They were considered a valuable asset by the teachers, for they typed innum- erable papers and cut stencils. Induction services, for new members, were held twice during the year. Students were selected be- cause of their outstanding work in shorthand. A high B average made you eligible for membership and this average had to be maintained to stay in the club. Edgewater will always remember the services rendered by the members of her Gregg writers. Gregg Writers, Quill and Scroll Stress High Ideals The Quill and Scroll was an honorary society of the outstanding members from the Eagle Eye and Odasagiah staiis. To be chosen for this club was the goal which the members of both staffs strove to achieve. This year the group under the direction of Mrs. Iris Farley completed the formation of an Eagle Eye newspaper style book, which consists of the ideals and goals of our Eagle newspaper. They also completed a style book for our annual staff. The purpose of the Edgewater chapter of Quill and Scroll is to encourage writing, editing, and busi- ness management of our two school publications. The qualities required for a good yearbook and news- paper were evident from all the production of this club. .a I W Patsy Patton. Row One - Novie Mckree Ervin Shames, Carol Avera Charles Pillans, jo Ann Helt - zel. Row Two-Bobbie Jean Frost, Sharon Thompson A Toni DiCarlo, Freida Potf , Madeline Hanna, Lynn bm son, Ann Hendrick Row Three-VValter Colby Rich ard Nevergold, Cynthia Baumgardner, Mark Fowler Sharon Zickgraf, Malcom Hawley, Margie Schlelcher Fred Frailey, Ted Straub Row Oneklrce Smnth Barbara Rog ers Harriett Baker Elame Bryselalt Elame Rlshell Jeannie Caffee Rose mary Cooper Barbara Hammond Mrss julia Hayward Sponsor Row Two- Lnry Smxth VValter Tew Gayle Har dm Cynthxa Baumgardner jo Ann Grooms joan Thomas Corbett Ho well jim Hunt ,A fi. The slgns of gwmg were the red cross pms that were gxven to those clvlc m1nded students who donated their money for the many worth whrle pur poses prov1ded by the r Red Cross at Edgewater just one of thexr many projects was collectmg ar tlcles for the annual Red Cross boxes whlch were sent to the needy people throughout the entlre world The varlety show, glven by the Red Cross work ers at the Orlando Arr Force Base Hospttal, was enjoyed by the patlents and also gave experlence to those Edgewater students who partxcrpated Throughout the school year the servlce projects of the r Red Cross brought them recognltlon and appreciation from the students and cltxzens of this commumty FU co Q.. C5 H O UD M Q 4 cr: CD E? Q.. 'U an I5 P B cn E n an D C1 E D M W D O 3 cn ca.. CFO. cn Ihe Pan Amencan Club started their year off synth a bang by havmg a Pinata Party A clay jug filled wxth packages was broken open and pro ylded lnterest and eyrcltement for everyone Consxstmg of second year bpamsh students and others mterested ID the language, furthered their knowledge of the Latm Amerlcan peoples, their cus toms, and their language Speeches and films were presented as hlghllghts of thelr meetlngs Under the dlrectlon of Mrs Dorls Harrell, thls club was re organxzed but due to her departure, Rlrs ulna Brooks took over the Job of sponsor With her help and guldance the Pan Amerlcan Club be came one of the well known clubs on the Edgewater campus McCree Nlancy Harms l , 1 . A w - ' w - ' . ' fr " 1' ' ' . 1. ' .- , s . A -. A . 1 . '- r' " . 1 I n . . , A I , I ' I I u r.' 1 J . 0 . I A 4 Q I 1 . , - 4 QI ' . I . I - I 5 I 1 4 4 , Q. 4 . D U w . ' . - A A .s a . K ,, ' O -' ' . , . ' 4 ' "' . I .. ' . ,A , . ' as . f .. .4 Q - , H - 1 ,' , s . ' 4 f , 4 V . A I . 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I N' " Row One-My ra Slghtler Kathy Warlow Louise Cnnson Arlene Bork, Tlna Rumpf Dnann Phelps Pat Hull Sharon Spencer Lmda Ashcroft Sandra Scott Row Two- Nancy Mobley Rosemary Cooper Annette Rowell Betty Jean Farmer Doris Barber Cynthna Baumgardner Patrxna Altcheson jo Ann Kraus Nancy Luke, Pam Parrott Bunny Owens Mrs Dons Harrell Spon sor Row Three-jan Wllson Kay Smlth Ruth Thomas Barbara Thornqulst Caro lyn C reen Chrls Mogelvang Kenda Hor ney Nnn Bacon Sondra Brown Margie vs One ndr1 l son Do Ill I x 1 lg, on u 1n ham 1 I nurse 'un lrd o 1 H1 nc ra 1 Sum our sa 1 Q nw wo x x nz: It Ill x V1 c lx 1 uhnson W ll L 'NL Nur 'Wellman Qarolanne Vl anger janet Nleers Row Three Xl Mont golnerx nnxnx onex I at 'Vlax Ronald Krexlu Fduard Olxen C erald 1r lull 'nn Fr 1 Bnlw M4 Xffee Rana x N ure uck nn ennx Blllll. l.u.1r Latm Club Qual1f1es, JOIHS Jumor Classlcal League Row One Nlxrmrn Qumlw 'Vlonnd Hornmg Nlarllwn Xoung SVlNl3 Rldlex Xdrlanne xan K elder Bedn lhrne Francine 5lITI8l1NlxY Vlargo XXII on Nhuron Skeen Marx Ellen S' een Row Two errx Dotson Sxlxxa Hnxne Ilnda VS 'nllace Bonnie jo Runner Lal erne XlllCIlE'llXC 'OC '? ,pf hlrse Palmer Wavne Sweet janet Berlin Kas Keatmg Jow Walker Clanre Stanton Tina Tlnslew Mrs Marle Cooper sponsor Row Three- lorn Shler Bucln W hrte Fred Rlehter Edum Rhlnehart Daud 'Ie gethnoff 'Stexe Phllllp Iommx Seals .13 Aly. 'Sr gf ? if Posed as they remembered the Roman Banquet are the members of the advanced Latin Class. Row One-Toni Di Carlo. Carter.Greeaf, Susan Kazaros, Nancy Morrison. .Ioan DuBois, Julie A Green, Sylvia Ridley: Row Two-Bruce Lazar, Lorin Wiseman, Geret DuBois. Ned Barr. Tom X Shier. Linda Hand. J L On October ll, one could see traveling down the road which led to St. Augustine, ll Greyhound Buses in a long procession. Sponsored by the Latin Club, one of the largest and most active clubs on the campus, the Eaglecade was an exciting event. as the lfagle team defeated St. Augustine I3-0. The annual Roman Banquet was one event the Row One-John Davidson, Billy Bennett, Jerome Evans, Mike Chanley, Jeff Burnett, Paul Donofrio, Lynn Grier, jimmy Berlin, Chippy Block, Lance Curlin, Mark Fowler, Harvey Hanna, Row Two-Bill Haas, Gordon Fillmore, Eleanor Bell, Prissy Baggett, Nancy Morrison, jere Lober, joan DuBois, Carter Greear, Barbara Hammond, Carolyn Cory, Dorothy' Heyward, 'lonnie Nlae Davis, Kathy Cooper, julia Darling: Row Three-Mrs. jane Crow, VVendy Draper, Don Daniel, Toni Di Carlo, Sue Essicks, Susan Felix, Sandy Brokaw, Arlene Glimser, Betsy 1 ,J if . HY ! Av Making last-minute plans for the eaglecade are the Latin Club Ollicers. Row One-Susan Kazaros, Chaplain: Toni Di Carlo, President: Linda Hand. Historian: Sylvia Rid ley, Secretary: Row Two-Tom Shier, Sergeant-at-arms Bruce Lazar, Parliamentarian: Carter Greear. Vice-Presi dent: Not pictured: Ned Barr, Treasurer. ' members of Latin Club will never forget. Dressed like Romans and reclining to eat, they acted as if they just walked out of 'A-lulius Caesar". This year the club joined the -lunior Classical League, an organization that may only be joined af- ter a group has been in existence for live years. 'lihus they closed the cover on another successful chapter. Ellis, Louise Carver, Nancy Anderson, Marilyn Ettinger, Donna Brokaw Jeanne Curling Row Four-Barbara Fraser, -lulie Buchold, jamie Bos tick, Geret DuBois, jerry Green, Nlarty Blaine, .lim Armstrong, Tommy Browning, Ruth Ann Cbipman, Ruth Carroll, Shirley Hirshey, Patsy Dial, Libby Gentile, Sally Bissingerl Row Five-Malcolm Hawley Bobby Grant, Linda Hagan, Milly Horning, Kirby Chesser, Terry Ellison, Leonard Henry, Linda Hand, Betsy Arnold, julie Green, Bob Blumer, Shirley Avant, Sally Gray, Sandra Holdeman, Nancy Beaudet With satnsfied grxns Gall Nudelman Bennv Nlartln Carolyn Gxbson James Mosteller and Ellen Greene examme the re sults of thexr research as lncrlmlnatlng evidence peeks from Charlie Plllans notebook on a typical N F L trlp Although Pxsa IS slnghtly leanmg Marlon Love Bruce Lazar Lucv Ellen Jeffrnes Ann Burton and Martha Kxlgore chat non chalantly as Wayne Page stares entranced durmg a coke break be tween practxce sessnons Nlr bpelker uxll sou please 'msuer some gresses, orator1cal'1nd humorous mterpretatxons 1nd questlons' lhus begins the questxon period of N dr'1m1t1c readings State contest was sponsored by F L s ln els debates Durmg thls season, these thls outstanding group who kept most of the honors alert spe'1kers become rabxd llbrarx f'1ns, devourmgq 'it Edgewater Breakfast at Ronnles spealcmg be such flrtxcles as The Best Plan for Successful For fore a. CIVIC clubl brow n1e sales, and ftdvertlslng a elgn Amd cflmpfugns sn ere commonplace actn mes m the fund Besldes debitmg thexr lLl'lNlI'lCN conslsted of ex rusmg flctnltles of the members tempomneous speiklng 'xttendmg Student Con The N3t1OH3l Forenslc League Sponsors State Contest Row One Bruce Lazar Martha Kilgore Carolsn Sue Clbson Ann Burton Eddxe C eurm Row Two Ellen Creene Benm Martin Char les Plllans ball Nludelman Row Three jeanne Cur ln Marlon Loxe ames Mosteller W asne Page Lucy Ellen effrles Xnn 5 aw Nlrs Bess lxnoules sponsor 1 Y , A Y l v 1 - . . , . . l H . ,, . . . . ' 7 7 Y 1 Y S ' U w . . . . Q A - 4 , ' 4 . 4 4 4, 4 i - 1 yy r 1 5 . . . Y . . 4 . 4 . 1 . K C . 7 , . . . . . . l V Y . Y , . . Y . . , . 1 - 4 . 7 4 . 4 ' - i H A . . Y . . . 4 4 . 1 , - , 4 . - - ,y x . v . Y. . 4 . I K K - - f f 4 , I ' ' f .R f ." I f 4 ' E 4. 4 . . 4 , 4 - . O i Y A Y rv I ' Y l 1 Q -- I I ,V Y - . ,, . , 1 , ' . J 2 - 7 y v A - , v J -N 1 h , . .'. ' I, S I . Margo Wilson and David Miller think this game is fun! Ed Morris, Carol Avera, Jerry Green and Judy Boyce look on in amazement. George Patrick and Lynne Wulfekuhler look on exasperated as Marilyn Miller tries to stop the violent strangling of Marion Love by Jesse W'aller and Bill Sutton. Thespians Portray Contrast With Tragedy and Comedy lfdgewaterites roared at the three- act comedy "liver Since live" and sat spellhound during the spine-tingling performance of "Night of illlllllllfj' l6th", presented hy the 'llhespians of lfdgewater. Ar the Urzuna Clinic in Gainesville, their performance earned for them one of the superior ratings given in the state. lly winning this award the 'lihespians continued to he- stow honors on lfdggewater. Trying to select their next play are Miss Peggy Sells. sponsor: David Miller. Vice- President: Biff Sutton, Scribe: George Patrick, Treasurer. lNot pictured Marion Love. Secretarynl Carol Avera, Lucy Belle of "liver Since Eve". is sur- rounded hy admirers Biff Sutton, Ronnie Baker. Paul Coler, Uuane Stark. Stewart Hall. and l.aYern Bige- low. "lt's for you." says Margo W'ilson to Wayne Page in one of their scenes from "Ever Since Eve." l I l Z Row one-L to R-Nancy Browning, Shirley Buchan, Carol Butler, Judy Johnson, Karen Mayhew, June Ray, Barbara Spotts, Sonja Carlson, Dar- thea Stambaugh, Dorothy Jacobs, Suzanne Felix: Row two--VVanda Herald, Betty Jo Farmer, Alice Conner, Mary Ellen Skeen, Janet Berlin, Kendra Horney, Barbara Kinney, Pat Goodwin, Carol Phillips, Patty Browning, Sarah Kelly, Row three-Beverly Phegley, Ann Pharr, John Brinkley, Chuck Glover, Earlane Ramedge, Sunny Hathaway, Tommy Ford, George Patrick, David Miller, Ricky Carman, Moria Glen, Priscilla Holt. Choral Society Warbles Way Into Heart Of Audience Row one-Annette Rowell, Sybil Myers, Linda McLain, Barbara New- hart, Lila Burkholder, Janet Swangren, Jeanne Pierson, Lynne VVright, Edythe VVhite, Carlene Brant, Charlene McEwen, Kay Leach. Row two- Ginger Davis, Melody Stratten, Donna Roberson, Juanita Finch, Marilyn Parkinson, Barbara Ellison, Joy Mathis, Sandra Stephenson, Harriet Scott, Sandra Alderman. Row thr::.----Liarl Brewer, Duane Bowen, Deane Bowen, Gayle Chapman, Tommy Thomas, Dave Lawson, Bill Gulledge, Ronald Carswell, Don Moore, Eddie Geurin. 1 ' , , .Li C Q f 15 9 N e-57191:-' we ' , f ' U? ff A: -. S Q Q. " W - ar S . 4: R .3 gf 1 . 33 . 5 'H lf W ttf 5 's B ' tl? ' Y Row one-Carolyn Fordham, Charlotte Buchan, Lillian Burslem, Janice VVeaver, Carol Rischell, Sylvia Milham, Nlarjorie Vvillis, Lloydine Sickles, Joyce XVeaver, Darleen Malson, Nancy Mobleyg Row two- Jeanette Cecil, Isla Cowart, Judy Rogers, Virginia Robinson, Pat Murry, Olclahomal as presented by our Edgewater Chor- al Society thrilled all who attended its performances. This was due to the combined efforts of the Vocal Klusic students, Klrs. Estelle Thomas, Director: and Choral Society ofhcers, Eddit Geurin, President: Patricia and Eleanor Bell, Vice Presidents: and Jeannette Canfield, Secretary-Treasurer. Row one-Martha Bierwilder, Judy LeBre, .Xmy Clark, Julia Bailey, Eleanor Bell, Audrey Smith, Patricia Bell, Marie McCormick, Verdonia Locklear, Glenda Ling, Sandra Jones. Row two-Sylvia YVoolever, Nan Rudd, Jeanne Harris, Nancy Harms, Patricia Tucker, Eleanor Gar- langer, Joy YVoods, Ginger Pritchard, Brenda Flemming, Sylvia Nielson, .. 3 w-gi 3, E 5 A C! Carolyn Bruner, Janet Duncan, Gayle Moye, Joan Castle, June Robbins, Karen Douglassg Row three-Phil Neel, Ed Teirny, Bill Verigan, David Fritz, Jim Frazier, Jerry Stiegar, VValter Reeder, Ronald Taylor, Dan McReynolds, Bill Rencher. These versatile songsters presented PTA and Christmas programs. A large delegation at State Clinic in Tampa called roll for the 650-voice All- State Chorus. They traveled to District and State Contests, presented a Spring Concert, and a Klinstrel Show. Finishing the year, they furnished inspiring music for Baccalaurate and Graduation. Janice Burgess. Row three-Judy Long, Gloria Tesky, Louise Carver, Doris Shelton, Janice Tyson, Barbara Fletcher, Sandra Mc.-Xllister, Jeannette Canfield, Donna WVylie, Elise Palmer, Linda York, Frances Cheshire, Elaine Sinclaire, Elzora VVilliams, Judy Bailey. Row one-Carolyn Fordham, Nancy Browning, Martha Bieryviler, Lloy- dine Sickles, Lillian Burslem, Barbara Neuhart, Don Moore, accompanist: Lynne VVright, Patricia Bell, Eleanor Bell, Kay Leach, Sybil Myers, Darleen Malson. Row two-Darthea Stambaugh, Janet Syvangren, Vir- ginia Robinson, Audrey Smith, Isla Cowart, Jeanette Cecil, Judy Rogers, Sandra Stephenson, Edythe YVhite, Jeanne Pierson, Carol Butler, Sarah Kelley, Judy Johnson, Charlene McEwen. Row three-June Robbins, Karen Douglas, Alice Conner, Gloria Tesky, Judy Ellison, Barbara Ellison, Jeannette Canfield, Janet Duncan, Joy Mathis, Gayle Moye, Sandra Alderman, Joan Castle, Patty Browning. Choral Society's Productions Prove To Be Successful 'lihe versatile E-Gals, pictured below, are a vital part of our Choral Society. 'liheir training in make- up and costuming aided them in portraying charac- ters in the Christmas Story Book. E. H. S. was proud to have them represent her at their District and State Contest. The gifted pianists pictured opposite are valued members of the Choral Society. As accompanists, they provide a background and a guide for the blended voices of the chorus. Row one-Amy Clark, Beverly Phegley, Annette Rowell, Ann Pharr, Louise Carver, Janice Burgess, Carlene Brandt, Priscilla Holt, Marie McCormick, Marjorie VVillis, President: Row two-Judy LeBre, Julia Bailey, Elzoria Yvilliams, Shirley Buchan, Nancy Harms, Marv Ellen Skeen, Dorothy Jacobs, Carol Phillips, Sylvia Neilsen, Glenda Ling, Row three-Nan Rudd, Jeanne Harris, Lila Burkholder, Suzanne Felix, June The Klello-Els, pictured above, were junior and senior girls interested in singing. lllembers had to be willing to give their time outside of school in or- der to participate in District and State Vocal Con- tests. The Choral Society's capable oflicers found time to plan an annual party for the entire Choral So- ciety, in addition to their many duties in their re- spective groups. On the opposite page they are pic- tured in formal dress, ready for one of their many performances. Ray, Janice Tyson, Pat Tucker, Ginger Pritchard, Joy VVoods, Brenda Fleming, Judy Bailey, Sandra Jonesg Row four-VVanda Herold, Melody Stratton, Doris Shelton, Betty Jean Farmer, Donna Roberson, Barbara Fletcher, Pat Murray, Juanita Finch, Linda York, Donna VVyllie, Elise Palmer, Sandra McAllister, Frances Cheshire, Elaine Sinclair. UI 'S PQ: 9 'lille Cliorzil Nociety ollicers, Row onef llezin liouen, l'resident of Engleaire-1 NlIll'lll1l liit-l'xxilei', President of Nlelo-lfsi lfdrlie Cieurin, l'resiclent of C'hot'al Society: Row two-l':1tririzi Hell, Vice l're-ident of Choral Society, Nlrs. listelle lhonins. Ili- I'L't'tol'Q Row threefllon Moore. President of 'l'ri-Nl: ,lt'flllllL'llk' C'anHeld, Secretary- vlilitilslllltl' of Cliorzil Societyg Sonny llnth- Zlhily. llresitlent of Clioralniresl Nlurjorie XVillis, President of li-Gals: and Ronald lnylor, Pruident of Chornlairesg pose for ll llll'llll'l'. The Chornl Societfs talented accompan- ists are Nancy Nlohley. Donald Nloore. .lamet lluncun. llurhuru Brownlee and Ken- neth Howard. in sf YZJ ?,3Zg,M, QM - 5 ,,, l , . . . . . . . 2 lhe Luglezures, Il hops orgzinizzition started in IQS2, sang at the State and District Contests :ls wt-ll :ts on rzidio :ind television. 'lille mztin support of :ill chorus work, they furnished the men's chorus in "Uklzthoinzt" :ind also did the dances for men and the liztllet pztrts. 'llliis liztrd-working group niet two days :1 week :tt 71311 :1.n1. and, :ts well :ls deriving much pleasure from working together. they tnzinztgetl to ltzue two social ex ents this year. is one-liarl lirewer, Duane Bowen, Phil Neel, Nancy Molmley, accompanist: three-llerin Bowen, Ronald Cnrsxxell, David Fritz, jim lralier Sunni a I sid Miller. Ricl-cv clllllllllll, Bill Rencher. Row two-lid Tiernev, Bill Verigan, away, Barry Nelson. jerry Steigar. Toniniy llioinzis, llaxe laxxson W Il ter lonnny Ford, Danny fNlcReynolds, Gayle Chaprnan, janet Duncan, accompanist: Reeder, Ronald Taylor. B1 Gulledge, john Brinkley, Chuck Glover, Don Moore, Eddie Geurin. Row si fa 4 f I V ' '29 f iff . g K n , - ,. l 0 l I I - ,Sf S 1 x 'W Jw The Choralaires were a select mixed group of the music department of Edgewater. As individual soloists they participated widely in the production of Oklahoma in the fall. Their first performance as a club took place at the P.'l'.A. Christmas pro- gram. Caroling was on the agenda for that season also. They celebrated Valentine's Day by providing the background music for the Sweetheart program at school. The Choralaires represented Edgewater at the Spring Sing held at E. H. S. to complete their calender year. Edgewater was proud of this talented mixed chorus. Row one-Judy Rogers, Sandra Patiry, Audrey Smith, Carolyn Bruner. Row two-Carolyn Fordham, Nancy Brown- ing, Martha Bierwiler,'Lynne VVright, Isla Cowart, Patricia Bell, Eleanor Bell, Marjorie VVillis, Darleen Mal- son. Row three-Jeannette Cantield, Gale Boyd, Sandra Stephenson, Jean- ette Cecil, Janet Duncan, Gayle Moye, Edythe VVhite, Joy Mathis, Joan Cas- tle. Row four-Chuck Glover, John Brinkley, Deane Bowen, Ronald Tay- lor, David Miller, Don Moore, Eddie Geurin, Ricky Carman, Larry Barbar. Row five-Dwane Bowen, Bill Veri- gan, David Fritz, Gayle Chapman, Jim Frazier, Barry Nelson, Sunny Hathaway, Jerry Steiger, Tommy Thomas, Dave Lawson, Bill Gulledge. A relatively new organization at Edgewater, the llodern Klusic Blasters, was established to promote a better appreciation of good music. The members of Tri KI were selected from the advanced students of the music department, who were happy to receive this honor. After holding a party for the Choral Society at the beginning of the school year, Tri II held meetings regularly. On these occasions, the members often entertained each other with their widespread musical talents. New members were initiated into the organization during the second semester. Choralaires Harmonizeg Tri4jM Appreciates Good Music Row one?David Mil- ler, Treasurerg Mary Jo Piersol, Secretary, Estelle M. Thomas, Sponsorg Don Moore, President, Eddie Geurin, Vice - Presi- dent, Eleanor Bell, Parlmentariang Pat Bell, Historian. Row two - Darleen Mal- son, Martha Biervviler, Sarah Markette, Syl- via Milham, Edwin Meador,Barba ra New- hart, Sandra Patiry, Jere Willis, Jeanette Canfield, Gene Long, Phyllis Anthony, Jack Huebner, Martha Mor- ris, Gayle Boyd, Pat Jennings, Ronald Tay- lor, Janet Duncan, Pati Hunter, Joan Castle, Ricky Carman, Audrey Smith, Judy Srnucker, Darlene 5 LSU iz' f Je. H to Rovy one-Nancy Mohley, Martha Bierwiler, jan Swangren, Sandra Canfield, Gayle Boyd, David Fritz, Barry Nelson, Sonny Hathaway, Patrry, Audrey Smith, Secretaryg janet Duncan, joan Castle, Patricia Tommy Thomas, Judy Rogers, Estelle Thomas, Sponsor, Eddie Geurin, Bell, Eleanor Bell, Marjorie VVillis, Edythe VVhite, Darleen Malsong Ricky Carman, Vice-President. Row two-Don Moore, President, David Miller, Treasurer, Janette Stage Crew Spots Performances--Stacks Props Packing Away After a Show are Phil Neel. Lawrence Holecek, Tommy Walls, Broward Hunter. Manager. B15 Sutton. and Bill Hass. Gil Daniel, Donald Clay. Walter Tew. Ricky Carman. Eddie Geurin. and Charles Barker assemble the risers for a choral rehearsal. 'lihe stage crew was organized as a service group to do the necessary work on all stage programs. 'lihis includes the productions of the Choral Society, the Drama Department, and the assemblies. This crew constructs props, paints, wires, lights, operates sound equipment. and does all the many johs to he found around the lfdgewater stage, including clean- ing and "putting away." which is a very liig taslc with so limited space. .wx , 3 5, , Ni bi A 1 Q ' X5- -4 R' I 1 AI, ,fir 'jx gf Q .5 .1 5 t 5 Aw: Q xg ' Z R' Sv 4 Q- A 3 'J Y ' 134 , 3 X' as X' 'gt mf W- G V"'3ffMif2A 'Hx , 5 5, :Az M , ,, 5 Q J ef Qf, 1' 14,0 A kia! f A Vg, 4 E Q ' V f F 45: -in f I ff Mn Z ,Q 8 Q - as Vi X .Q 2 7 im, f ,i 3 fr A' G :L 2 My ,V , .Z .fi , . , ! SN . 9 m 4 bf 57 V ,gn 1 W, ,f H5 Q ff, .f' E A V A 45 f , 0, K3 'X ,x 3 ' , , ,F 2 ' f , X V R -wf , w ,-' 1: f, , M ' gf N . 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Lllmaxmg a rousing pep rallv are Ann Hendrick Carol Popejow Lora Lee 'VIcNellIy and Jane Ellen bridley f Shlke rattle and roll F1ght1n E1g,les' e ef-.W pep rrdlw stfzrted 'ls ten XlY'1ClOl1b eheerleader boosted Bdgeu 1ter s spirit VVhether it home p 'lx mg, host to visiting, theerlefiders or out of town hemp entertained hx them theee Eagle pepsters CAROL FRICKSON ood sportsm'msh1p lxnoun to our sehool hmmm Cheerleaders Boost Splflt At Edgewater s Functlons, TINA RUMPF YVou look 'it those ne1t red uniforms with Captain f,,lC'II'I'llHg, sequins thfzt the hdgexsuter m1jorettes hue Lomments such 'ls these were frequentli heird is our Erigle mfijorettes L mme II'l'lI'klllI'lQ,, onto tht held it the h'1lftlme shovss or dovin the street Qt the m mi p1r'1des m wx huh thei performed fb Nancs Cowart, Flla Breck Huff, Juds Newman, Sue Esslck. Carol Long. and Margie Mc C ree stand at attention i 138 r i ', ,X I P K e 37 X i xv. Al ' ' Y 77 ' iv 1 , , , .f '. l'h ' 1 -v .N c gf Y. va . 5 ' S b- -, , ,W 3 '. 'J : . 2 , l."- . 'my p . n - Q I r 5' V 5. r , I S, - - . y Nga . r 1. " , . 42 f Q, sponsored hy llliss Virginia Black, displayed the ., . Q I , . . ll v i ' 1 " A , . . . . ' f 1 f : : . f '. 1 3 v ,, YN Q s 1 1 . v 1 :S . f .' : 'z . ' ' f Bohhie King. Lynn Ginson, 1 eggs' Travlor and Marielle nckard end 11 spurned cheer X' SANDRA SCOTT Co I aptam Besldes eheermg thex sold ids for footb 111 pro grams dl summer Tvxents pertent of the mones e lrned xx lx to p u thelr ss IX to out of town QIIIHCN WVhether m xutors or defemt our Lheerleflderx uerc dn Us xeen b ldxlllg our footh 111 and h'1sketh'1ll teams wlth uordx of CI1L0l1I'lQ,C'lllCI1l' lhh splrlt nude thexe glrls outxtindmg, lt I dgeu 'lter Majorettes Add Sparkle To Half Tlme Shows And Parades tiught them hx thelr mstruttor Nlr XIIYQITCI Smlth Demonxtrltlonx took pl me 'xt xueh ewentx 1 the I'mg,erme Bowl md the pzmdex m town Sueh performlmes ls these nude the I' igflex proud t Nu Here mme our muorettes' SUF EWIN Co f aptaln VS' M I osmg for the camera are Loret ta Baglex Jerree Peeples Nell adeane O Bnen N lvlan Brewer Patsy Waste and .Iudw Duck mson I' , I . IJ' . . ' ' H 45 ff! ' S x Q-:is : ' ' , ,': 1 : 1 - 1 1,' ' 'zj - - 1 ' j 1 , ' . : ' '1 1 " 1 1 1 2 S- 1' Y 5. . 2, . "'k.k." , , 1 5 'fz C '. . A Ab , . wb A - A' Q Q - Our majorettes practiced daily the rountincs U 1 V' ',-S.t'11 .s 'If' '1 '. ' 1 ' 5 1: 5 1 i1 : cs ' U o ' r 1' 5. , . W Q31 'D 12 A ,l'A 5 W , ,.. I rg' 1 X , if , , - - .J XVhat's the ditterence between 11 hl. Y. and Z1 regular cheerleader? If someone is puzzled as to what the solution is, STOP! Youlll never find out, for both are eager and full of spirit. These ten vivacious cheerleaders were chosen to represent Edge- water and what it stands for-loyalty, spirit, and tezun work. Leading the student body at all the First row - Nancy Rood, Nancy .Xndn-rson, Theresa Hughes ieaptainj, Vherry Smith, Sylvia llaynesi Second row-Patty Dial, Beverly Motschinnn, Sandy Chapman leo-Captainj, Linda Hagan, Libby Gentile. J. Y. basketball and football games contributed much to their many victories. lVearing white blouses, white pleated skirts, and red sweaters with the letter "lf" embossed on the front, they typified school spirit. At the Edge- water-Hoone football encounter, they assisted the varsity squad in leading the fans in cheers. . V. Pepsters, Color Guard Reflect E H. S. Spirit l Doing honor to lfdgewater and our country, the color guard. under the guidance of Xliss Virginia Hack, did a superb job this year. Not only did the color guard present the flags at school functions, such as football games, but it also presented the colors at the Tangerine liowl. As an added responsibility this year. the color guard volunteered to present the col- ors for any of the contentions held in Orlando. 'lihe lirst of its duties along this line was for the Rotary Club Convention which was held in Octo- ber. At this and other conventions the color guard did a line ,iob ot precision marching, and were able to end the tear with a sigh of contentment as the captain ordered "company dismissed." Presenting our national and state flags are Sissy Weber, Adrienne Cornibert. Connie Elliott, Priscilla Doyle. Connie Harrell. and Priscilla Pranger. 5 V C x x M N ! I' lf! . . -lm' Row one-Mel VVills, jim 'I':1ylor, Buddy Hanna, jere Loher, Claude Toy, Dave Ellis, Coach Al Beeeh, sponsor, Row three-john Gold, Tim Sherman, Bobby 'I':itum, Ben Crosby, Rodney Clark, Owen Re-gang Row Bryan, Steve Duckworth, Dave Mclean, liolw Hodgson, johnny 'l'homas, two-jim Morgan, Butch Hopkins, Larry Brighton, Bill Shively, Tuffy Un en llounrd, Bolt Riehzirdi, Larry XVhite, Gene Moore, john Brinkley, llzindley, jim Ford, jerry Fssielt, Leroy .Xiang Fred Frziiley, Norman 'Iiom Deserzilvle. On Field And Court E-Club Boys Represent Edgewater Uvorlqing under the direetion ot Klr. AI lieeeli. the lf-Clulv, composed of the top :ltliletes of lfdgle- wziter, sold pins :uid rilvhons lvefore the foothzill gjzunes. 'liheir m:1in purpose was to promote school spirit. This was partially accomplished by ziwzirdingg trophies to the most outstanding :ithletes and hy in- troducing the idea of eherrons on sweaters to indi- ezite the numher of years zi hoy lettered. The year was ended with the presentation of letters on :Xwzirds Dany Admiring one of the Eagles' many trophies are E-Club officers liohhy Hewitt. Yice President: Dave Ellis. Presi- dent: and Tommy Ileserahle. Secretary-treasurer. Mm. nqg b' ,e5!s' .igatm V sr lf you could wade through the paint cans, hrush- ts pencils, and tee squares you found the nieinhers of the Art Cluh. speckled with paint and eraser dust. lhey were prohahlv husily working on posters or hinquet place cards for the heart fund. They also mule posters for some local church organizations. l he art eluh not only did civic projects hut worked on a float tor the homecoming parade. After niuch li ird work, luck would have it that the truck to pull the float didn't arrive in time for the parade. 'l'he irt cluh menihers with dampened spirits had to con- e themselves with the thought that next year they ruld he sure to win first prize in the parade. Service-minded Art Cluh members. Lynn Junkins Joan lhom is Linda Pair. Gloria Teskev, and Tom Ifazio help the Heart I und drive with ai poster. School spirit is boosted by Art Clubhers Eileen Lalla Brenda Thornton. Peggy Seville, Judi Long. Jerri O'Hr1en .md Wliss .loan Campbell. sponsor. rt Club Uses Talents To Help School And Commumty Row one-Gloria lesky, Peggy Kelly. Sylvia llaynes, l'atrieia fupit, ,luanita Cveluininlt, Peggy Seville, 'lan liraves, Betty I,ou llair, liileen Zzilln. Row two-l'at jarrett, lflivalveth 'l'uhutis, clllftllyll Green, Nlary Louise Huggins, jerry U'lirien, ldllllll l'z1iI, joan rlilllllllllw, Lynne junkins, Brenda Thornton, Suzanne liroeknian. Row three-Miss -Ioan Cainphell, Kay Keating, Carol Keopke, Diane johns, janiee Vannon, liarlwura lielole, Carolyn liiunc Marion U'Roik, Nancy Seylwold, Naney XVright, Lind: N judi Long, Reudean Sulton, Row four-Roliert XVe Rumi Brewster, lhoinas lfavie, Put May, Ronnie Henderson Iconiid Foyvkes, Ronny Keyes, Ste ven Sunnners, Ronald Uarpen v XVhy did some students choose the D. lf. and D. C. 'lf programs at lfdgewater? Xlany have asked this question. Distrihutive Education was a class of salesman- ship directed hy llr. Russell Xloncrief. The train- ing program consisted of preparing display work, organizing classroom stores, and participating in panel discussions so that students would have the ltnow-how of selling hefore they went on-the-jolw. Row one-jan Chittenden, Ann Bethel, Ken Cioepper, Dot Haynes. judy Hall, Carl Fox, Ann Lock- ler. George Reiser. Row two - Bernard .Xsineig Darrell Coch- ran, Lanny Mauldin, I,ois Hood, judy Harrell, Fred Criswell, Mr. Russell Monerief, NPUIUNUVZ ROW three - jean Maxwell, Myrtle XVehh, Peggy Beagles, jean Caf- fee, Myrna XVrigl1t, Pitt llorn, Barhara Kelly, jean Rowell, john Rohinson. 'llhe ll. C. 'l'. program of lfdgewater coyeretl many lields of study and provided experiences in the field. XVith the ahle assistance of their sponsor. Klr. Stuart Yan Voorhees, the students of D. C. T. learned to uncover the mysteries of income tax forms. the whys and wherefores of social security, and the value of insurance policies. YVith all this knowledge. these students went out to succeed in the husiness world. DE,DCT Solve Mysteries Of Income Tax, Salesmanship Row one-jeanne St. Clair, Linda Pait, Harold Meilstrup, john Roh- inson, YValter Mims, Paul Mahaf- fey, .Xnn Lockler, David Vining. Row two-George Reiser, Lanny Manldin, I.ois Hood, Richard 'l'ay- lor, jimmy VVithrow, liugene ller- ring, Myrna YVright, Susan Me- Clain, Phillip YVolkens, Mr. Rus- sell Monerief, sponsor, Row three -Mr. Stuart Van Voorhees, spon- sor, Nancy Hilderhrand, Myrtle YVehh, jean Maxwell, YVoody YVil- kerson, Larry Nlartin, Linda Porter, Pitt Horn, Barhara Kelly, jean Rowell, Lynn Powers. Row one - jan Chittenden, .Xnn Bethel, Nfllllla Harrison, jo,Xnn Grooms, Claire Fugere, judy Hall, Dorothy Haynes, Faye Brown: Row two-Darrell Cochran, Carl Fox, Bernard .Xsmer, Kay l7eN1ilIy, Darrell Beasley, judy Harrell, Mr. Russell Monerief, sponsor. Mr, Stuart Van Voorhees, sponsor: Row three-janis Counts, jenell Foulk- es, Peggy' Beagles, jeannie Catfee. l-fugene Bowman, Kenneth Goepper, Don Cook, Fred Crisyyell, Neil Frey. 4 2 i vs. Row one-Mel Villls John Gold Tommx Holloxxax Ronnle Norxxood 1m Morgan Boxd Edxxards Harrx Hayelton VS allx Nlxers Nir ames L Northrop adxlser Row txxo Boh :une Larrx Bxrd errx Xmmerman, Chuck Hoxxard, Fdxvrrd Deen, Daxrd Yorpagel Row threwllonald Stephens Gene Rucker Leonard Foxxlxes Dannx Yoorhels Don Funston errx lmber ,lun Drake The Future Farmers Of Amemca Learn To D0 By Domg mng to 1 If xr 1 hoxs 'lre dexe opmg into LIUICHN xx ho xxx lewd m the next generxtlon of l'I'lLlllfllI"ll dex elop ment Shoxxmg th If thex tin pltk the lexutles thex sponsored in F 1 A Sxxeethe lrt Lontest xx huh xx lx 1 lkm idx 'mtxge of ull thur opportunmes thtx on m nute I s Io round out t t xe lr s progrfun thex D lI'flLlD ttcd lll the I unpx Stlte I' ur the sub dl trlct tonte t, md the 'Ntxte Lonx en tlon 14-1 How to keep them down on the farm with Pat Fossm center as Edgewaters FFA Sweet heart here with the runners up lora Lee Vlc Nenllx and Linda Anderson Pat also won the the dlstr ct and the state contest sub dnstrlct ln Daxtona The PFA s Pxecutnxe Councnl Nlel Wxll lresldent Tommx Hollox-sax Secretvrx I l Hollen Chaplmn John Fold Ytc Pres dent md lnm Niorgan Treasurer dxscuss a project to he hrought up befor the club Not pictured ure Ronnle Norwood Itcporter lioxd lad x lrds Sentlnel md Harrx Hazelton Hlstormn I . 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Roxx one Terrell lNlur rax XX alter enltms Bar rx Shoxxalter Henrx Xl en Drelt Lnnton B1 x Culherhouse Cxarx Lun cleqtmln Charlie Bruce JIIYHIIIC Smith Row two laul Kraftchlelt Dur xxald NlcKax errx N ture Charles Yaught N11 Lhael Willa ohnnx Har re lommx 5ITllIl'l lr tnrx P1 lter sponxor Row three HU lraf ter acl. Ihomas Iarrx nett Bnllx lN1oore lmnmx Holldax Dennv ruxex C l Parlterson Sonnx Cappaluanco Cettmg down to the work of auto mechamcs are Mlckex Wxlkmson Niack Bruner Mr Henrx Pnlker Bob Allen and Nlxke bcharf uto Mechanlcs Keeps Edgewater s Machlnery On The G0 Row one Rolxert keen llll Booth lxen Chewer Bill 'loole ack VK eher Nllke Schnrf Row two Chester Xtxxell Hugh Hall Daxld 'Nloselex C arx C eer C arl Harx ex Bob Xllen Che ter Hamlm Rovx i "5- ,Vx 1-lo three lloxxard Strout ohn Nliclt Bruner Brll Odom ,X 'l Letxel Bolt acluon Nllclxex hxlllxlll on L, 8 . , . - . 1 l' . ' ' ' .l 'll,' 5 if -', . K. 'C . l ,zl 'f - , K f . ,ur 1 Q . p , e v X l L 1 A' ' A J .' ll'-Q' .- , ,Q 5 l , ' 4 ' ,. - ll, 5 . , x . , ll- 5 '1- , ,- .f Q . V V ,T 'I 'Q . . V 3 f -J ' l I ,' g Q .Kr , l 4' , i A- ' K 'V ,. 'V' ' ' l l-', 11 ' J , Q x -Y Y . o 1 l . ls : 3 1 1' 1 -' mechanical device oxvned hx' the faculty and students , '1 . : ' ' 1 . H ' ' .. ' r . , . I '.. D. , . ' '1 . s . '1 1 f 1 - - . - 1 1 1 ' . A ' ' - . , . - ' .l' -' ' .' ' .J.' - ' ,,l J"-' ""S, v V A '. Q 3 lx F. A . V , .V , A L , Y h . .' ", I D' I , ' '.', x , ' s .Q ' . 1,5 , E 1 Z, , 'X 'L , .. -. N J , 1 ' l A V W 1 l . l Row one-Janet Berelsman, Janette Foote, Judy Herman, Joy Sutfridge, Suzie Stinson, Kathryn Milam, Janet Meers, Barhara Rogers, Mary Edythe Peyton, Janice Hardy, Susan XVhipple, Margaret Shaw, Row two-Miss Vincent Evans, sponsor, Edylthe VVhite, Elaine Hurst, Helen F. H. . Wins Second Prize The Future Homemakers of America learned more than one way to catch a man and how to hold him. By entering the "Seventeen-at-School Recipe Contestfl they not only practiced planning well- halanced meals, hut won a second prize. 'lihey learned 9 i 'Q ff Hurst, Elaine Nierrill, Joan Thomas, Diane Offner, Brenda Thornton Jeanette Schiesl, Elaine Sinclair, Betty Prescott, Jane Stanclirle, Theresa I,auria, Linda MeC'ullar, Margie Schleicher. In ational Recipe Contest new and hetter ways of home economy hy attending the two l".H.A. State Conventions. The experience and training received in this cluh will help every member in future years, when each has her own home. Patti Parrott, Treasurer: Anne Mogelvang, Secretary: Diane Trotter. President: and Suzanne Brockman. Yice President: prepare for a tea, while Joyce Powell, Historian, removes "goodies" from the oven. 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If I . ,' 1 'lv ll .- flllfllb, lntl' ll:11'1' 111, 1511 " 01'-, Ka-' S itll, ,xll'.'I - ' 'l 't, la 4 , G "IA G th ', D1 Ulf ', Ba l. . .X l 1 , 'I-1 I1'n11111' l'i1-1's111, l4l'l1lIl l'11:11'1'11, Virginia lltlgllli, lil:1i111- Ris ell: R ' Q ' ' ,. s.. j ' , 1 1 1 t ' -K:1"11 R111 lL'l', Gary S ith, xl:1111-I lflI'lilIll'I, Q: I' ' 1 , Q' v X . 4 3 , i 44 '.' - , - -5 ff' .. Row one-Sue Tomlinson, Sue Essiek, Linda Boosinger, Carolyn En- sign, Carolyn Brandt, Nancy Macnamara, June Knight, VVanda Her- old, Arlene Glemseog Row two-Ruth Carroll, Louise Carver, Gloria Barton, Sherry Bent, Betsy Parke, Carolyn Parsons, Peggy O'Neal, Q .1- t f ' 7 ' Q f p -? ! 3 C , , J. at .f f tersong Row three-Rosemary Cooper, Sissy VVelwer, Marilyn Miller, Carolyn Keele, Shirley Tillman, Linda Mays, Janet Meers, Barbara Smeltzer, Lillian Burslem, Judy Smith, Eileen Zalla, Annette Eastman Nancy Browning. 1 Doris Barber, Janice XVeaver, Joyce VVeaver, Sally Kelly, Beryl Ot- A. Learn To Care For Patients Through Experience "We'll soon be on the other side of the glass," say Shirley LaFrance and Nancy Macnamara as they admire the babies at Orange Memorial. ia 1, , , A freshly starehed and ironed uniform, a million thank-you's and a few frowns were things which the Future Nurses had eagerly awaited. Those who worked in Urange Klemorial Hospital and Florida Sanitarium realized their dreams. The Future Nurses had hrownie sales. movies, speakers, field trips, and they adopted a new state uniform. Some of the memhers went to the district meeting in Cocoa. Two delegates were sent-the president and an advisor to the state convention in Xliami. The Puhlic Health Center appreciated the help the girls gave during polio innoculations. For girls who received three hundred points, a pinning tea was held honoring the future "girls in white." Row one - Ruth Ann Chipman, Geilda Jackson, Shirley I,aF1'anee, Joan Bartlett, Betty Pope, Priseilla Doyle, Priscilla Pranger, Carole Koepke, Pamela Hack, Carrole Isen- herg Row two- Elizalieth Tulwutis, Patsy Patton, Ann Shaw, Susan But- ler, Joanne Page, Jonnie Mae Davis, Sandra Sanders, Caroline VVillits, Carolanne VVenger, Carol Vanliirk. 148 At a "funspiration" Perry Bigelow and George Patrick try to "shave the balloons" which Freida Poff and Mr. Louis Edwards hold in their months. Freida's luck has just run out. Bible Clubbers Carry Swordsg Battleg Attend Banquet Carrying "the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God," members of the Campus Crusaders were busy all year. After battling other Central Florida Bible clubs in quizzes and contests, they joined their neighbors in a gigantic fall retreat at a ranch near Osteen, Florida. In spite of intended inconveniences, such as having to pump one's own water, sports. funspiration, campfire services, and Bible study groups kept everyone busy and happy for two days. Highlighting the year was the gala city-wide Sweetheart Banquet sponsored by Christian Enter- prises lnc., of Orlando. Xlembers who heartily en- tered the contest to sell tickets for the banquet, did so with good reason, for the prize ottered to the victor was a real automobile. lVhen the tension and excitement of the Competition had subsided, partici- pants donned their billowy formals or smart dress suits to attend the festive affair at the Orlando Gar- den Club. Row one-Sandra Aleci, Carol Keopke, Pat Kennedy, judy Potf, Pearl Cynthia Baumgardner, Ruth Carroll, George Patrick, Lynn Grier, Gene Farring, Eloise Huntington, Margie Halfhill, Freida Pctl, Marie Mc- Kent, Marshall Gillam, john Gold, Perry Bigelow, Dennis Phillips, La Cormick, Priscilla Prangerg Row two-Mr. Louis Edwards, sponsor, Verne Bigelow, Barbara Thornquist, Eleanor Heath. Q -J, ,N F QL WX fl' .f.-- ,.,--- Row one-Gene Burkhart, VValter Colby, George Selva, Bill Verigan, Nevergold, Carl Dover, Ronald Carsyyell, Ken lioepper, Mr. Louis lid- john Graham, Mark Fowler, Owen Howard, Al Nlontgomeryq Row two wards, sponsor. -Terry Ellison, 'l'om Hulhurt, Peter Hardy, Edwin Rinehart, Richard Chessmen Conquer Crown While Photog's Snap Pics XVith the clatter of hoards another chess game gets under way. Games are played every XVednes- day during meetings and in spare moments. Vivith the supervision of Klr. l,ouis lfdwards, the cluh hecame firmly estahlished. 'lihey partici- pated in a match with lVinter Park, ernergging vic- torious. Carl Dover, top junior in the state, played first hoard. Interest is not limited to students, fac- ulty memhers may also he seen playing, though they Illllkl' noi he as adept. This year's campus "sliutterhugs" whose aspira- tion yyas to become real professionals were headed in this direction at top speed with the assistance of iilms directly from lfastman Kodak, on all phases of photography, and talks hy flefffflll photographers who were willing to donate time to helping students. l.ast yearls pro-iect, a darkroom, had. hy the work of industrious memhers, heen improved from its small heginning to a well-equipped photographic lah. Row one-liroiyard llunter, Connie lillioli, San- dra lilliotl, Sandra llotiinan, Meri' llelper, Uris llerman, Row two-Mr. l,oiyry, llarold Fink, Lynn l'oyyers, Riehzlrd Neyergold. Owen lloxy- ard, XVaIler Colhy, Gary Smith. Psuedo-ulchemists Roh Weir. .lack Rollins. Curl Dover, Churlie Harrison. Nlarty Blaine, .lunet Ilerelsmun. lucky Graham. .lames Nlosteller. und Nluson Kelsey. practice their art in the chem lah. Xll chlrged up oy er the X .in de Graff generator ire How :rd I orry lynthia Haumglrdner I nle Hiirdln. Benny Nlartin. and Freidi lofi. if Q X i,,i1,,1mrt1e ry N ix L um xx lx i i term it irmm ot x in i moi im iliffr lmx of the ltext clot omicn Ill iotlttt N ini itellitc retl no up t ur txturxionx luilul xi it to t in uni itcr younc lih the L S U -X lntomm ,ji t N ne i mur lll in tic in mmm r c we rt ml limi nytr ltlclli lllk K N F x P l Science-slanted Scholars Seriously Study Sputnik Row one-Eloise Huntington, .lainie Rausch, Gayle llurdin, Secretary: Bruce XYilliania. Boh Hamilton, Larry Gordon, Kirby Cheaser, Bill Ver: Frieclzi Puff, Vive-l'residentg Howard Curry, llrexitlentg Benny Nlnrtin, gan, Fred Curry, Otis Herman, Carolyn Cory, Mr. jay XXvlSl'lZlll, Sponsor Q'or'rt-epoiitliiig Secretary: fynthin Bauingzirclner, 'l'i'c-:imi'er'3 Margie Row three-Paul Mi'C'oy, David Fritz, james Moatellcr, Charles llarri llzilfhill, Glenna Cireatlioiiseg Row two-Nlr. Fred Sprouw, Spoiisorg son, jerry Xvright, Furl Dover, Mason Kt-lsey, Uhri- Nlogelvzing, jan' -lunet lierelaman, jimmy Berlin, Holi YVeir, Curtis llinfon, Marty Blaine, Rollins, -lohn cifilllillll, David Flynn. N John PerMar, sponsor, shows a special cmemascope lens to members of the Vlsual Alds crew as June Knight, clerk, takes notes Members are Tommw Denson, Larrw Katz, James Tlsdale, John Shoemaker Jerrs Smith Phnl Wolkens chief Pl'0-ICCIIOIIISK, Lanny Mauldm, Harry Martm and Wnra Stelnmeler, scribe 'l he Audlo Y lsllfll Alds crew serve 'ts ro 1ect1omsts repfur men, trouble shooters, md 'rdvlsers lhelr denlrtment ns thirged Wxth the responslblhtx of SCTVILIIIQL 'lnd using eor reetlx thousands of dollirs worth of Audno Vlsuxl equlpment Each member of the de pirtment ls a tralned member of the projectlon grew 1nd must Complete tr'un1ng and be ef: 'unmed before beeomlng 1 pI'OjCCfl0DlSt B 'lddltron of new md modern CllllpIT'lCI1f and tontmuous rep urs Audlo Y lsll ll Alds was able to gue xou better sound 1nd pletures V1sual 1dS J unlor Optlmlsts Educate, Entertam Row one Leigh Smlth Chrls Mogelxang Vernon F lhran ohn Exltenberrx Richard Nes ergold Fdvun Meador ohn Loughe Row two Lance Box lard Chester Barelas Xxlllllllh bmalles Fred Nlann Mr kr thur Foss sponsor Row three Rrchard Megou, VK ax ne Sweet Pearson bundberg Karl Dow er, oe Brooks Bohhl hrasher ln order to make sour ex E'Illl'lf.f more enjow able these une mmded box s, under the gu1d1nte of llr Arthur Foss sold pillows It the D lx tonl 'll unl md lldgewater football game Some of them ftttended the fmnual oratorlcal eontest open onlx to members of '1 hugh school unlor Optnnxst Club lo brlng the basketball season to 1 httxng close, then sponsored 1 dance m the cafeterm after our last game 159 The unlor Optlmlsts lre sponsored bs the Optl rmst Llub of Orlando who tlke 1 great Interest III the xouth or Orlmdo lh1s xelr they promoted 1 leen Age Nlhht Llub lI'l the bksroom of the An gebllt Hotel . . Y. . - . . . . ' 1. p - V 5 5, . : 3 2 . . ,. A1 . 1 be .- Q 5 .X V - . .X - - 1 . , - . , -7 v ' nl s l . ' 1' 2 . 1 ' 1 3 F F L C 4 ' Q 1 ' 1 Q . V 1 ' I K 1 N s O - 1. s I y.s r . s . . 1 ., ' . 1 . 1. 1 ' ' I I ' f. - f , 7 1' ' Y 0 o 0 0 0 g - - , , , rf v w - f l w J .I V . , Y- ., - . - ' Y J : , -. rows, Bull Haas, Stewart Mal- 5 ' , , Y' ' 1 ' ' ,Y 1 s V l - E V, r , . . . V s? f Cb., 5. 5. 5 , f , . v , t 5 V 7 'Q ,Y ' , , ' -I ':, 5 . l f V f J ,- fr ,- Q 1 - , , y . . . . . . , . . 1 . .- v. . - K Y 2 2 I 1 . , 1 . . . , . . . . , . . 35, 5 ah' 1 . 2 2 - . 1 . t l . ' . , s T- s . s ' . . . . 1 . z - ' 1 1' , - 1 1 1 1 W f D' f V - . . . . ,s . . f J . . .5 : 4: 1 4 ' 'S 5 K I C K K 1: C 4 Row one VValter iolln Stan Reese Ierox Max li bln Hessnt K ul Dse Ia lentxl 7 Bolmlmy C rant Nmcent Hughes eff Xlllson Row two Iomms Browning., Iommw Denson lm Xrmstrong Don Bremer Pat Dans Iutfv Handlex jimmy Grant lm Heuttt C IX Eastman joe Hadlou Ronald Bryant sponsor Row three Carter C reear Stewart Hall lJZlXld hllls Ronald Baker Stexe Duckworth Ronnie Foster lm Frazier ohnnx C uw C harles Frets Bill Balultlt Lnxtm 1958 sponsored hx Xlr Ron tltl Brx mt tu entx tu o pledges md u eltomed them ulth 1 hu rl e lhen ulth the elub 'tt full strength tlex broke all rteortls on the 'Yule fruttttlte stles l'or the sthool c,lNltlI1 r used the ll tg etth morning, tnd on lted 1 sllthle sum to the reereatlon lret lt end '1 good xelr thu held thelr lnnutl dune tt the Lint ford Hotel Checking the fruntcake sales results are Lava tan officers Stexe Duck worth Treasurer Charles llllans Pres: dent Dudlex 'Nici arnty VlCBPfESldCHt and Cuy Fastman Secre tary Clvltan s Pledge Is To Practlce The Golden Rule Row one jun laslor W arren Palmer Brll Sheppard Lhrts Smlth Thomas Larry Katz Daud 'Niclxnnght 'Iommy Seals Row three Claude Sherman Mtlton Lexus Ken Stephens Larry Lynch Row VS alter Mills Dudley Mei artty Daud McLean jack Leete Fred two-MelVS1lls Xlan Schoheld Charles Pxllans Bltf Sutton johnny Vlalsh George Spencer Danm Rn enharlt L ene Kendall gfpx 103 , r 3 1 Q I 5 A , " ' S. 1 V ' an 7 7 l . Q l I Q 0 , ' Q 1, C . A ' ' '-'. x 1 ' 5, 5 . .31 2 4 Q: I 9 . 3 In : -t V li J 2 A , 7 ,a F 5 if L. 4 It W N t X X 1 L ,', sl .' , , Y' 1 ', ', 0 U' " , fe 'I 1' , , rry 3 . 6, 3 t J I 5' 1 -" ,' ' f, . ' ,' I -' . -I A, -, ' ' v S' v, -.y V ' ' J - , ,Liv 5 v '- ,' V 5 -' I 1 I y s ' t v ...H l - Y u Y . . ' 5. v -I V J -. I JY 1 L , . . ' . . 1 ' 1 , ' in . enjoyed one of its finest years. llemhers accepted - , , ' -'- ' ' fi: ' ' " z aj- . : ,. I .- V . - ' . ' . ' A I l . 2' : 'z ' Sz - : , z 2' 'fr ', 4 ' ' d 2 z 5 ' . ' z z. ' '1 . f ,' 1 , ' 2 z 1 ' 1 z lg . I o , , 0 1 . . v D J S v - a +v I v N A . lx ' v , Y' 5. i - ' ' . ' . ' ' , r B. - 1 , ' , , I . , , -, , . , , Y I l , ' ' , . f . X' ,X , 1 5 ' t i 3 ' , 'X We ' Z , , , i 5 ' 5 5 ' ' I , , S 'l M N f 4 .5 ' ' rl , X1 , I , ,lv , f , 2 4 yt f , , 5 A A Z 5, t S. 4 f r , 7 'AN lu' Discussing the plans for the next meeting are Key Club ollicers Roy Meadows. Treasurer: Ervin Shames, Vice President: Steve Ridder, Secretary: .lere l.oher, President: Huck Barnhart. Cor- responding Secretary: Ned Barr, Chaplaing and Norman Toy. Sergeant-at-arms. Starting off the year with tht- initiation of 20 new niemhers, the Key Club, under the sponsorship of Klr. lid' win Allahough, watched with proud eyes the construction of the recreation area, the plans for which they had init- iated. r ,fy 1 ' .sky ', '-5,5 !"' Key Club Boys Do Key Jobs For School And Community Row one-Art Chapman, Larry Tuniek, Bill Reneher, Bruce Lazar Alfred VVahnish, Lewis Morrell, julian Nleitin, Neel Barr, Bolylwyi Spence, lloward Greisdorfg Row two-Holm Blumer, Tommy Shier Holm Mejfee, 'lied Strauh, Mickey Shapiro, Glenn Blair, Kirluy Chesser, Robert Dowdy, Fred VVidcrrnan, Dwight Cook, 'l'oininy 'liheir many projects included helping with Kids' Day soring a Sweetheart Dance, ushering at the lee Yogues, and ending the year with their Annual School Leader XYZIU' I' XYZlS l5IAt'St'llTl'll . Looking over the layout for the recreation area are Paul Coler, James Nlosteller. Bruce Lazar. Ted Straub. Alfred Wahnish, and Fred Widerman. VVagner, David Gluelunan, .Xl Montgoinery, Nlr, lidwin Alla- lmough, sponsor: Row three-Fred lfrailey. Bill Clifford. Steve Rid- der, Harvey Kohrin, -lere lioher, -Iohn Van llorn, blames Nlosteller, Norman Toy, Chester Burris hlr., Paul Coler, Buck liarnhart, lir- vin Shanies. , X Fil' X 1 u at Pine Castle Alfli, taking part in various drives, spon- Ban- quet, where the new project for the hetterinent of lfdgje- Looking over the plans for the coming year are Walter Tew. Recording Sec- retary: Rodney Clark, Corresponding Secretary: Ben Sharp, Chaplain: Ken- neth Knott. Treasurer: and Kimball Malcolm. Vice President. Seated are Jerry Essick. Sergeant-at-arms and Charles Harrison. President. . . olle Hi-Y Improves The School nd Community Th Hi-Y, under the direction of Xlr. A. Al. Nolle, enjoyed 11 constructive and creative year by develop- ing Christian character. 'llhey pzirticipated in the Thanksgiving service at Rollins and the YAICA lVorld Service Drive. Row one--Ricky Carmen, Robert Fennell, Larry Barber, Don Dan- iel, Robert Evans, Dennis Flana- gan, Robert Greenleaf, joe Avent, Arnold Ausleyg Row two-john Bailey, john liiltenberry, Bob Hamilton, Gene Kent, David Fountain, Bill Gulledge, Fred Cruz, Carl Farmer, Nlr. Alton Nolle. sponsor, Row three-Lynn Crier, Tommy Elliott, Bill Grid- ley, jim Fisher, jerry Fssick, Ric- key DeYVitt, Rodney Clark, Ken- neth Knott. 'llhey made our school year more enjoyable by staging the highly successful "Rock-11-poppin" show. linlightenment was the purpose when they attended the Blue Ridge Convention in North Carolina and the Youth Government in 'll2lllIlll1lSSCC. IN Row one-jimmy Stark, Douglas Sims, Edward Nlorse, George Reid, Billy Yvolfe, Kimball Nial- Com, jimmy Morton, Bill Verigan, Ben Sharp, Row two-Skip VVil- son, llarold Nleilstrup, Sid Par- rott, Richard Thompson, YValter Tew, Bruce YVilliams, Bucky Mi- zelle, -lohn Roquemore, Nlr. Alton Nolle, sponsor: Row three-Bill Robinson, Gordy Robinson, Bob Puterbaugh, Charlie Harrison, Bob Rieliardi, jerry VVright, Bar- ry Nelson, Albert Murdoch, Vval- ter Reeder, john Lofton, jr., Richard Miller. Enjoying the facilities of the snack bar at St Luke's are Diane Bellows, Jo Anne Heltzel Sally Arthur, Susan Butler, Priscilla Baggett and Jean Donahoe. Clothing for a teenage girl is gathered by Louise Wolcott, Dot Newton, Sally Reis, Bobbie Jean Frost, and Gail Banks. ln keeping with the Christian standards, which are the foundation of the club, the Catherine Brum- baugh Tri-Hi-Y had many activities which helped other people. School projects included the "Thought for the Dayi' in bulletins, giving' devotions a week in October, Thanksgiving week, and at Boone on the day of the Boone-Edgewater game, and raising money for the recreational fund by selling E. H. S. notepaper. These senior girls were also responsible l . I Row one-Katherine Beasley, Gail Banks, Priscilla Baggett, Martha Dans, Carol Avera, Suzanne Brockman, jenny Clements, I.oretta Bag- ley Yoli Blanco, Cynthia Blair, jane johnson: Row two-Nancy Brown- ing Pat Bell, Martha Bierwiler, Eleanor Bell, Ann Burton, Pat Chap- ,f' Q, H, tar' SIS for decorating the goal posts at home football games. One community project was that of giving chil- dren tickets to the Shrine Circus. Other Orlandoans appreciated the Christmas and Thanksgiving baskets and clothing for a teenage girl collected by the Club. The agenda of activities for the year also in- cluded some fun. The "Pigskin Prom" was a foot- ball dance held on October 18. The entry in the Homecoming Parade provided fun for all as mem- bers were seen riding gaily-decorated bicycles down Orlando's main street. Altogether the clubs' year was a combination of work and play that was thor- oughly enjoyed by the members as well as being beneficial to many. man Sandra Alderman Karen Douflas, Sally' Arthur Karen Benn . A . L , . jane Comer, Diane Bellows, jean Donahue, Susan Butler, and Sponsor Miss jean Brady. v 1 4 Posed behind the guidebook of the cluh are the Catherine Brumhaugh Tri-Hy-Y officers--Charlotte McManus. Vice Presi- dent Katherine Beasley. Secretary: Toni Santo. Treasurer: Helen Stewart, President: June Knight. Chaplain: Betty .lean Harper, Sergeant-at-arms: and Miss .lean Brady, Sponsor. Helping Others Keynotes C. B. Tri-Hi-Y Activities -Xhove: Row one-Lora l,ee NleNeilly, Lynn Ciinson, l.ut'y lillen jetiries, Frost, Karen johnson, jane lillen Uriclley, Carol Morgan, janet Keeney. Io ,Xnne lleltlel, Betty jean llarper, Connie llarrell, Barlwara llatnmontl, Judy lillison, Nancy Morrison, 'Indy Nlilanieh, Karin Uilson, llat llarri- lney liclentieltl, Verlie Dowd, june Knight, Martha Kilgoreg Row two son, Dot Newton, Pat lfloxxer, -joy Mathis. -Gayle llartlin, Connie Elliott, Sonja Doyle, .Xlvluy jones, Bolmlwy jean Below: Row one-Sharon Thompson, Priscilla Pranger, Eileen Zalla, Reis, Donna Smith, Glenna Rankin, .Xnclrea Stark, Bonnie Stern, I,ouise Brenda Thornton, Diane Trotter, Gail Nutleltnan, Lneile Russell, Toni YVoleott, llelen Stewart, l't-ggi' Traylor, Sandra Sanders, Patsy l'ottinger, anto, Santlra Seott, Charlotte Nlehlanus, .Xnn Shan: Row two-Sally Nlargraret Powell, Carolyn Spenfe. ,SW-9 ,,y Q ix '9- Umm-'that pie looks yummy!" comments Miss Jeanette Adams. sponsor. as officers Nancy Anderson. President: Pat Hill. Secretary: and Patty Dickerson. X ice President. prepare a meal for a needy family at Thanksgiving. ff Theresa Hughes, -lucly Harrell. I Packing the canned foods for their Thanksgiving basket are ofhcers Betsy Arnold. Historian: Mau- reen Nlclluire. Sergeant-at-arms: Patti Parrott. Chaplain: and Ann Hendrick. Treasurer. Margo Wilson. Brenda Sanders. Joy Triplett. Carolyn Cory. and Margie Wilson help bring the joy and gladness of the Christmas season to others. Row three-Brenda Sanders. Linda Keiser, lat I,00IYlls, Alice Lewis, Jeannie Harris, Lillian Minis, Lucia Kennedy, Theresa Lauria, Karen Mayhew, Frances johnson. NX 32' Row one-.Xnn Bacon, Toni DiCarl0, Rosemary Cooper, Glenna Great- house, jerri Dotson, Charlotte Buchan, Nancy .-Xnderson, Sandra Chap- man, Carolyn Fordhajn, Adrienne Cornilaert, -lanet lluneang Row two- .Ioy Davison, Sandra Aleei, Shirley .Xyant, Pat Goodwin, Betsey lillis Linda Ashcroft, Betsy Arnold, -janet Berlin, Carol Butler, julia Darling, 5,5 , ,,,,4uw-- Patty Dickerson: Row three-Marie Byrd, joan Castle, joan Bartlett Sondra Brown, Barbara Brownlee, Ruth Ann Chipman, Carolyn Cory Sonja Carlston, Colleen Cox, Susan Ewin, Amy Clark, Miss jeannt e Adams, sponsor. L. T. Tri-Hi-Y Creates, Maintains, Extends High Ideals Charity projects of the cluh included taking a sumptuous 'lihanksggiying dinner-halted turkey, cranherry sauce, home- made pumpkin pie, and all the trimmings-staples, and cloth- in" to a needy' family and Christmas SiUCklIll'S to the children P- . , 2'- at the Xlethodist Home. l"udg1e sales and a stag Sock Hop Row one-Cille Puckett, Beryl Otterson, Mary I-Illen Skeen, Margie Smith, Patti Parrott, Carol Popeioy, Charlotte Dawson, Diann Phelps, Sharon Spencer, Mary jo Rive, Joanne Page, Row two- Sissy YVelier, Rosalyn Rogers, jane Rose, Barlvara Rogers, Joyce by provided funds for activities as well as Zl generous gift to the Y.KI.C..-X. YVorld Service fund. These activities and others, such as :1 Boone-lfdggewater supper, helped the cluh to achieve its purpose. Powell, Barliara Spotts, jerree Peeples, janet Swangren, Margo VVilson, Marie Settanni, Bunny Owen: Row three-Peggy VVilliams, Connie Quinn, joy 'l'riplet1, Sandra Stephenson, .-Xrleen Stone, Peggy U'Neal, joy VVoods, Elaine Sinclair, jan VVilson, Patsy XVaite. -,..::, "' .-Q., A ., if kffwf fl . val fa Q -HK 'A '.?"i1 si 5 .A Qs Y--- 1 1 a , as Looking over one of the Cat Diesels at HUBBARD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY are Bill Chastain and Clark Holmes. 163 A i1g 1 1 2 oiii ii iia MACHINERY AND .,:.1 5,54 :,:,i,. 4, lzzizlz. N. .,,..,v.g,:.1,.1:::.11 E :E 1.:. -4-. ---.- tqz 55.1 A, A. -5, v-,.., V21 It Qlz, AV- M, .- , --'. 5 -.31,.1,.1:-1gr1v:-: 11:' .:-.."-1:':1 1 . '.",:1'1'gI:: . 1.g. 1 INDUSTRIAL SUPPUES "'P A . -. -.--.-,'4 ,.-,-. 4 N- -- --Kaz., A .. , ,.-. ..,,-f.. .-,-. 1:-' 341,- ---' J VA-.e,.fq,mnf,,4 1 -ff --'-' 1' .1- " ' - ii 'AA' 1f?fwi..i ,, -. ia HARRY P. LEU, IN . 0 R LA N D O M I A M I 100 W. Livingston 3701 N.W. 37th Ave. Tel. Ga. 2-9891 Choosing favorite sports equipment are Susie Stinson, Tex Ridder, and Glenna Rankin. 164- For The Best In Sports Equipment PICK HILL WRT Hill' . G. LEE DAIRY :Mal lm' The modern plant which houses Processing Equipment, a modern Dairy Ear, Offices, and an attractive Meeting Room is pictured above. ERVI G CENTRAL FLORIDA SINCE 1925 CITIZENS T ION A NK x.xXt Of much interest are the workings of a safety deposit vault to Iohn O'Nea1 Nell Witherby and Bruce Lazar as explained by Mrs. Dawson. 165 Kay Stanton and Yoli Blanco learn the basic steps of being an operator from Kay Starling of . . . SGUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CGMPANY S, fi' 'im C AL if fl" 'V .,, K Working at FLORIDA FASHIONS is a pleasure say Anna Hart, Myrtle Webb, and Kay Delviilly. FLORID FASHIQ ,I C 4501 E. COLONIAL DRIVE O R L A N D O 167 .. I . Mr. and Mrs. Alabauqh and son, Princioal Davis and Miss lobe enjoy a spin. Compliments Of CHOOSE YOUR GRADUATION GIFT CORRECT CRAFT CFA Df353'gERS ZF'ff'.5'i.aL'Cz,".'f5 BUILDERS FROM OF FINE BOATS snNcE NORMAN HUNTER TV 1925 2018 N. ORANGE PHONE GA 5-5344 BELK'S DEPARTMENT STORE IN COLONIAL PLAZA Store Hours IO A.M. to 9 P.M. Every Night is Family Night at BeIk's PLENTY OF FREE PARKING Phone GA 4-2421 Remember-you always save af BeIk's 168 YOU CAN DEPEND ON ANY DRUG PRODUCT THAT MATHER FURNITURE BEARS THE NAME OF SOLD WHERE YOU SEE THE PAMILTAR ORANGE AND BLUE REXALL SIGN OR'-AND0 RADIO DISPATCH . DELIVERY SERVICE ,fwhere to Buy Then, HOUSE OF GOOD AND BAD STROUD'S REXALL DRUG STORE 69 E. PINE sr. -- 124 w. CHL 100 S. ORANGE GA 2-4433 ff? 3' -3 'yy 'E f f-HqdC1.,.f,+,-59 if A , ,, gx , HOWARD OPTICAL NLP' T COMPANY 225 NORTH MAIN ST. PHONE GA 3-1352 Jpvf, .C+- ORLANDO FLORIDA Mr. Howard helps Cee Cee Dyer select a frame that will add to her appearance. 169 Compliments Of I .3 1 I If va vffvfrwf BNN .NU ' AWN' 413 VIRGINIA DR. FLORIDA STATE THEATRES i BEACHAM RIALTO COLONY ALBERT DRUG STORE EDGEWATER AT PRINCETON ' AI Audrey Smith and Eddie Guerin in "Oklahoma I Carey Jones, Mike Kiphuth, Ken Goepper, and Judy Milanich look on Iudy Hail rings up another sale. 170 With S O interest L B,AfNli your money C grows El-gl: at Colonial Bank . 4 . ll HANK Open your Savings Account at Colonial Bank right away. Regular 1400 East Colonial Drive deposits plus interest will give you cash on hand when you need it for Orlando those extra things . . . for your college years . . . for a new car. ,QQf,'2i',f,CfEDff,f,k,Q,3,f:ff2fL Saving today means security tomorrow! Entertaining? l5l:,g,1,:: Buy Coke 9.-sk Ji' e'-'S " , -g - Z " T1 rw ' R Y 'lfw f case- 1'6' 542 A , ,, RT 'A-F M , T ....: DRHVK f? ..,. T HOTPOINT "We furnish the entire home" NORGE APPLIANCES gmjnmizi ZENITH RT V Town U-, -,J RCA VICTOR TV FURNITURE 8. HI-Fl Eagle Patio at night .1 Q- X C I STUDIO or " 5- ,gf I , , ' ' I ' I 1 PHOTOGRAPHER 338 North Orange Orlando We are proud to say we made The Portraits for the 1958 ODASAGIAH THAYER'S COLONIAL PHARMACY Your Cclonialtown REXALL Pharmacists Your Doctor ls Our Reference IIOI E. Colonial Dr. Phone GA 5-4588 FREE DELIVERY u Eagle Cade to St. Augustine GOOD LUCK! FOR BETTER BUYS IN OFFICE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT BUY FROM BISHOP" BISIIIIP IIFFICE EIIIIIP. UU., INC. 37-41 E. ROBINSON AVE. PHONE GA. 2-9801 ORLANDO HALL BROS. AGENCY General Insurance 0 Realtors ' Mortgage Loans TELEPHONE GA 3-8525 27 E. ROBINSON AVENUE ORLANDO, FLORIDA DRIVE CAREFULLY. . .YOU MIGHT HIT ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS . INSURED SAVINGS START A REGULAR SAVINGS PLAN NOW Waldron, Campbell, Evans, Mack and Sells enjoy faculty picnic THE FOUNTAIN 24 E. WASHINGTON ST. "JUST GOOD FOOD" I I FREE PARKING - SAVE-BY-MAIL - DRIVE-IN TELLERS Ozfcuwla 7 ' AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MAIN at LIVINGSTON ORLANDO, FLORIDA JUH 23 E. CHURCH ORLANDO, FLA. TELEPHONE GA 2-5186 Future Scientists Miller and Fazio SOUTH ATLANTIC GAS COMPANY ORLANDO WINTER PARK 4 ' 1 ,--i1f-f11 M s c .QPR Nllf Hlfll. COlTIACT0lf GA 2-5485 P. O. BOX 7155 ORMOND A. McABEE 4- 4, YOUR TRAVEL AGENT ,mga SINCE 1930 RQRSPZIT 930951 .0 'Vr. -B9 AIR, BUS, AND STEAMSHIP TICKETS - TOURS Und CRUISES WORLD WIDE SUNNILAND TRAVEL BUREAU 30 E. PINE PHONE GA 2-5301 fi, 'N Martha Davls and Mary Edythe Peyton agree that for fast, even cooking GAS serves you best! 174 IVEY'S OF ORLANDO YOUR FASHION AND QUALITY STORE SINCE '94 WALTON'S REXALL DRUG STUBE "THE STORE THAT APPRECIATES YOUR BUSINESS" CORNER OF SMITH AND EDGEWATER DR. PHONE GA 4-7466 ORLANDO. FLA. 37 W. CHURCH ST. ORLANDO, FLORIDA Posing for a picture before they leave for the big dance are Ronnie Foster and Shirley Avant. Arm Bethel and Darrel Cochran practice DCT training. I-SRAEMEPI MUSIC I-IOUSE NATIONALLY KNOWN QUALITY BAND INSTRUMENTS 81 SUPPLIES-RENTAL PURCHASE PLAN-REPAIRS PHONE GA 2-4907 493 N. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA. Sinqinq our Alma Mater at game end. PERFECTION CLEANERS 3008 N. ORANGE AVENUE FOR LASTING BEAUTY AND QUALITY INSTALLATIONS MILLER HENKEL 1117 VIRGINIA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLORIDA "EXTRA CARE MEANS EXTRA WEAR" FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK at ORLANDO Mr. Iohn Maclrmess explains to Byna Io Cumbie, Bobby Wilson, and Lewis Morrell the process of opemnq an account. JEWELIIIIS 14,17 'W i' r...I:-Ishii' ..a"""r'! Orlando, Florida C0l0PER'S FLUWERS 81 GREENHUUSES zsao EDGEWATER Dmvr: "l like this pearl," says Linda Vahue to Katherine Beasley While a saleslady looks on. CONGRATULATIONS! PARAMOU NT CLEAN ERS "WE INVITE COMPARISON" TELEPHONE GA 5-8933 GA 2-1449 1202 E. COLONIAL DRIVE DISCOUNTS TO STUDENTS AND FACULTY ORLANDO, FLA. Elected to Girls' State and Boys' State were Carol Erickson, Sandra Sanders, Tornrny Deserable, lohn Thomas, Mickey Shapiro, and Fred Frailey. W 1 li in DICKSCN 8: IVES Junior Sho Jean Donohoe models a white evening gown trimmed in green ribbon. fx! Mrs. Pope tells some students of Edgewater the duties she has as secretary to Vice-Presi- dent Gibbs. She also explains how to open a savings account and points out that all accounts at FIRST NATIONAL are insured up to 510,000 by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Pictured above are Ted Straub, Sharon Zickqraf, Betty Pope, and Mrs. Mary Pope. THE COLLEGE PARK NATIONAL BANK could be termed "Edgewater's Bank" because it is a close neighbor of Edgewater High School. Four "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 3M guaranteed interest on savings and that all accounts are insured up to 510,000 by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Pa f ff BANK' V rk bl' A 1, , meayfifgdbupvqm I ORLANDO FLORIDA Pictured below are Lorin Wiseman, Ervin Shames, Al Montgomery, and Madeline Hanna. Look The Past A blessed Chrnstmas You stand 1n the room of today There ire two wmdows ln your room One lS the wlndow of memory You stand at rt and gaze at the forgotten years Years full of adyen ture, drscoyeryf, hope, love, and declsron move p'1st your eyes your heart swells wrth re morse tlmt they hue gone so qulckly You A sparkling Oklahoma! A news-filled year . .. tm W' 'S W' MYSTERY Ill TIIE SKY A Umxm-?Y9fnFi9,'??i' ,oML,5,Hg,Q.r,- me mm ms mmf QQQQH KILLS GOL MMV fe 0u1..tyma'ey55feaSm lKE'S UP AND WURKIIIG y AMS pmEg..ggmmg L 0 Y ORLANDO EVESSG STAR I VA F H-vw-If-' , mm new Yhon Any'O4d sw! 0Rl.AM1fllzXl,NlM. STAR Zagat? "W" ' 0N WP Gu-wwvwdlhl rtmember the good trmes, the bad t1mes, the m between tlmes, and you wonder how you ey er came so far X ou turn the other w1ndoW catches your eye the wmdow of tomorrow H ou hurry oy er to dlscover what the future holds but the curtam stretched 'xcross the opemng prey ents you from seemg A lively Homecoming . . . A new genemtlon A rewarding professnon In near pan1c you ask yourself Am I pre pared to face the future w1thout knovvmg what1t holds? What shall I do? ' And slowly you begin to gather courage You remember many things XVl11Cl'l you have learned co operatxon, dependability, char1tV, conslstency reason and loglc, and respons1b1l1tx, abose and beyond what academlc knowledge you hfue acqulred These facts you ponder 1n your m1nd as you remember that you haxe attempted to prepare yourself for the jour ney of lxfe Yes, you are ready because of parents, because of teachers, because of frlends, and because of Ldgewater Hlgh School Vvvy Glance A profitable busxness 1 Toward The Future A well-earned rest . . . 116 7 Abrcht Judy Abke Lourse Ada1r Faye Adarr Jrmmy Adams Adams Adams Adams Adams Jeanette Naomr Pat Robert Sha ron Adamson Cayle Agnew Myra Artcheson Patrrna Akrn Daxrd Albano Eleanore Alderman Sandra Alecr Sandra Alexander Jrmm Algee June Alrx Davrd Allabaugh Edvsrn Alldred Jrmmy Allen J1m1 Allen Ray Allrson eff Alrlch John Ammerman Jerry Ammerman Roger Andelman Daxrd Anderson Barbara Anderson Jacquelrne Anderson Nancy 17 18 72 73 4 Andrews Earl Armstrong James Armstrong Sharon Arnold Betsy Arnold Henry Arra Doreen ART CLUB Arthur Peggx Arthur Sally Ashcroft Irnda Asmer Bernard Atwood G'1ry AUDIO VISUAL AIDS Ausley Arnold Austrn Dale -AUTO MECHANIICS Axant Shrrley Ax ent Joe Axera Carol 13 45 ulra A7ar Leroy Bacon Ann Baggett Prrssy Bagley Barley Barley Barley Loretta ohn udy J Harrret Ronald Baker Baker Baldrrdge Fmr BAND Banks C all Banks Wayne Banta Janre Barber Dorrs Barber Larry Barber Lors Barbour Janrne Barclay Chester Barclay Kenneth Barker Charles Barker Sara Barker Valla Mae Barkley J e Barlow Eamrl Barlow uanrta Barna Joyce Barna Ronald Barnes Becky Barnett Clrfton Barnhart Buck Barr 'Sled Barrrnger Mrke Bartlett Joan Barton Glorra Barwrck B1ll 831 38 45 85 125 38 45 38 45 130 132 6 73 146 149 159 38 45 146 1 41 73 38 45 53 73 75 73 144 122 140 158159 127 153 38 73 73 147 158 159 136 137 38 45 38 45 78 114 73 136 114 120 124 38 45 96 116117 45 136 139 27 31 136 137 46 156 125 148 3 4 73 106 73118 27 4 73 148 Basden Lynn Bass Edward Bassarear James Bateman Joel Batson Shrrley Baumgardner Cynthra 46 64 114 124 Baxter Carol Beagles Peggre Beasley Darrelle Beasley Katherrne Beaubout Barbara Beaudet Nancy Beaulxeu Sonra Beck Brll Becton Judy Beech Al Beetly Leslre Bell Eleanor 2 38 46 4 Bell Pat 38 46 13 Bellows Drane Belote Barbara Benn Karen Bennett Brlly Bennett Robert Bent Sherry Bent Stephan1e Berelsman Janet Berelsman Jrm Bergan Thomas Berkowrtz Judy Berlrn Janet Berlrn Jrmmy Bernhoft Peggy Berry Robert Bethel Ann Bervsrler Martha 12 39 47131 132 Brgelow LaVerne 7 114115 Brgelow Perry 38 47 BI PHY CHEM Brshop Betty Jane Brssrnger Sally Bryens Drane Blackburn Marre Lourse Blackwelder Flora Jean Blame Karen Blame Marty Blarr Cynthra Blarr Glenn Blanco Aolr Bleam John Block Karl Bloom Martha Blumer Bob Boland Palmer Bonsack Frank Bonta George Boosrnger Lrnda Booth Henr 46 118 149 151 29 85 Brockman Suzanne Brokaw Donna Brokaw Sandy Brooks Joe Brooks Lonnre Brooks Lucy Brothers Krtty Brown Brown Brown Brown Ann Faye Jrmmy Marre 48 142 115 1 4 5 S 934 4 132 133 133 4 38 46 130 47 114 146 847 1 73 126 ,1 38 73 1 13314 35 129 136 137 4 116 117 85 136 127 136 137 39 47 47 116 Brown Peggy Brown Sondra Carole Nancy Brownmg Pat Brownrng Tommy Barbara Bruce Charles Bruce Frances Brumbaugh Catherrne Brumhaugh John M Bruner Carolyn Bruner Mack Bryan Trm Bryant Ronald Bryson James Bryzelak Elarne Buchan Charlotte Buchan Pat Buchan Shrrley Buck Joan Buck Lourse Buck Srdney Buckhold Julre Buckner Barbara Burgess Barbara Burgess Janrce Burkhart Gene Burkhart Janet Burkholder Lrla Burnett Jeff Burnett Margaret Burns Bonnre Burns Don Burrrs Chester Brownrng Browmng Brownlee Burrows ohn Burslem Lrlran 848 39 73 48 130 132 134 102 115 38 73 117 1 739 639 34 14 31 74 131 4 76 146, 86 130 41 4 ,132 Burton Ann 48 114 128 147 Bushcer Herbert Bushman Tony Butler Carol Butler Jesse 38 74 130 132 47124 ,15 4 Butler Susan Byrd Helen Byrd Larry Byrd Marle Caffee Jean Campbell Joan 48 148 38 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Chapman Pat Chapman Sandra 74 Chappell Grady Chappell Helen Charlton Joan Chastaln Bull CHEERLEADERS CHESS CLUB Cheshnre Frances Chesser Kenneth Chesser K1rby Chxpman Ruth Ann Chlttenden Jamce CHORAL-XIRES CHORAL SOCIETY CIVITAN Clark Amy Clark Julxa Clark Rodney Clay Donald Clegg Tom Clements Dan Clements Jenny Clockdale Marcna Cochran Darrell Cochran Lettle Cochran Marnlyn Cofer Beth Coffman Janlce Coffman Joe Cohen Sylvra Colby Walter Cole Nancy Coleman Shrrley Coler Paul Colllns Lamar COLOR GUARD Comer Jane Condon Nancy Condon Patncxa Conley Mlke Conn John Connell Barbara Connelly Bert Connelly Shane Conner Allce Conner Jane Conner Juanxta Conner Thomas Consonm Beverley Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cook Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Cooper Corbm Betty Don Dwlght Judy Robert Stephen Floyd Kathy Mane Rosemary Shelby Ella Mae 86115 W1ll1am Cornlbert Adrnenne Corry Howard Cory Carolyn Counts Jamce Cowart Isla Cowart Jerry Cowart Nancy Cox Betty Cox Colleen Cox Denms Crews Nancy Crlswell Fred Crosby Ben Croson Frank Cornell Crow ane Crowe Janice Kay Crusselle Barbara Cruz Fred Culberhouse Blll Cumble Byna Jo Cunnmgham Lmda Cuplt Curl1n Curlm Curry Curtxs Pat Jeanne Lance Fred Mary Cutchen Kyle Czebmlak Juamta 39,49 114 115 117 140 147 4 13L 4151 74 148 38 74 131 101 106 107 116 141 9,115 22 49 38 49 116 49 114 122 124 150 6 0 4 9 4 153 37 86 74 129 154 38 49, 50 97 816 4 74 114 1 4 38 74 4115 159 50 97 105 5 33 126 75 116 36 38 50 86 115 86 115 S0 Dame ohn Danxel Don Dannel Felton Daniel Cll Dan1els Mary L Danlelson Norman Darden Jxmmy Darlmg Helen Darlmg Julna Davidson John Davls Davis Davis Davls Davls Davls hunger Johnme Mae Martha Ory llle Pat Ruth Warren Davis Davison Joy Dawson Charlotte DeAngel1s Al Deans Alxcla Dearmg Hugh Deeb Lynn Deen Edward DeM1lly Kay Denham Mar1lyn Denson Tommy Deserable Tommy 14 19 37 DeVane Max DeW1tt Rxckey D1al Patty D1blaS10 Joyce D1Carlo Tom 49,50 9 86 127 155 86 135 75 117 86 115 21 50 26 37 20 86 102 103,153 75 159 75 159 ,116 86 115 75114115 116121 127136 137 Dxckerson Patty Dlcklnson Judy 38 75 Dletz John DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION DIVERSIFIED COOPERATIVE TRAININC Dxxson Dav1d Drxson ohn Dollms Judy Donley Margle Donofrxo Paul Donohoe Jean Dorne ohn Dorst Roberta Doscher Gall Doss Leon Doss Martha Dotherow B1ll Dotson Jerr1 Douglas Karen Dover Bryan Dover Carl Dowd Verlee Downmg Arlene Doyle Prrscllla Doyle Sonja Draper Nancy Draper Wendy Drummond Barbara DuBo1s DuBo1s DuBo1s DuBo1s Alrce Geret oan Judy Duckworth Steve Duke Ann Duke Barbara Duke Dor1s Duncan Janet Duncan Stanton Durocher Angxe Durrance Skrpper Dutton Bull Dwyer Pat Dye Cec1l Dyer Cee Cee Dver Ruby Dznko Kathy EAGLE ARIES EAGLE EYE Eastman Annette Eastman Guy E CLUB 19 39 51 5 131 2 75 114115 38 51 28 29 37 51 75 114 127 51,114 127 21 51 104-141 153 37 38 51 4 20 41 75 13 132 133,134,135 159 51 71 96 53 3851 24 20 121 51,148 75 81 101 153 Eddlns Doug Edenfleld Lucy Edgell D1ann Edlund Kathleen Edmondson Karol Edwards Boyd Edwards Lllllan Edwards Lours Effron Bernard E K ALS Erkenberry John Ellenback Xnrta Ellmgton Kenh Elllott Conn1e Elllott 'Iomm Ell1s Betsev Ellls Daud Ellls errv Ellrson Judy Ell1son Terry English Tex Ensxgn Carolyn Erlckson Carol Ernests Anne Ernest Bobby Esslck erry ESSlCk Sue Etbrldge Donald Ettmger Nlarnlyn Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Evans Everly Brenda Charles Deby Helen James e1'0fl'le Robert V1ncent Wrlllam Ewm Susan Ewmg Karen Ezzard Agnes Fa1ls Bruce Faxls Mary Fa1rel Lanelle Farley Iras Farmer Betty Jean Farmer Carl Farrmg Pearl Faulk Jarvis Fawsett Jeffrey Fazxo Thomas Feddon Judy Fel1x Suzanne Felts Clay Fennell Robert Ferguson Donald Ferlrta Guy Ferree Glorla Ferrxs Sandra Fnllmore Gordon F1nch Juanxta F1nk Harold Fmnell B1ll Flsher James Fltzgerald Jerry F1tzpatr1ck Franc1s Flanagan Dennls Fleckensteln Robert Flemmg Brenda Flemlng Howard Fletcher Barbara Florer Faye Flower Pat Flynn Daud Folsom Ruth -Xnn Foltz Anne Foote Jeanette Ford Barbara Ford James Ford Tommv Fordham Carolyn Foss Arthur Foster Ronme Foulkes, Jenell Founta1n Dav1d Fowkes Leonard Fowler Mark Fox Carl Fox Larry 162 19 76 52 104 108 38 52 0 38 51 51 57 51 4 38 75 4 17 52 60 97 116 41 87 127 138 3 76 136 137 0 34 ,139 30 84 30 87 125 130 09 38 76 120 4 1 5 ,111 52 1 27 150 31 72 76 130 76 131 132,134 13 76 120 52 52 121 143 50 , .................... ,rs rp - .y ,......,.'.......... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1159 , ................ 1 ..........................74 , J ---,.-,--,.,..........,.,....,S6 - """ ' 86 . , ............................ 87 , ....... .................. l Y """"""""-'4-- 1 1 7 .'.A-.--'A-..'.4-..-..'. 87 ', A ....................... 35,131 .,,' ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 75 B 7. 75 ' ""121:Qiiijiiiiiiiiifiiim :-- 1 .--.--.---a-a--..- -2.. 1 0,12 -1 "5 7 .......................... 15 2 -'-'3---'-'---"-----'- 75 , E ............. .20,32,149,150 Y '..........'- 7, 132 ' , ........................... 86 Y 87 , .................... 74,145 . 1 . 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