Edgewater High School - Odasagiah Yearbook (Orlando, FL)

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Gloria Greenland, Marjie O'Neall Willisia Holbrook, jane Montgomery . . . . . . . Donna Trautner . . Howard Hoffer, Randy Thomas . . Judy Poff, Francine Simensky . Sara jane Beabout, Sandra Ogrean . . Carolyn Green, Marion O'Rork Business Manager .......... Louise Blackburn Assistant Business Managers . Loretta Blackburn, jane Wooddell Advertising Managers ..,.. Marshall Gillam, Sally Oberst Subscription Manager .......... Karen Marion Assistant Subscription Manager ...... Sally Bissenger Secretaries ........ Linda Pallone, Melody Stratton Treasurer . . .,.... David Fountain Assistant Treasurer . ..... Susan Davidson Editorial Advisers . . . Mrs. L. Abke, Miss B. Waldron Business Adviser . . . . .MissG.Holland ythms Blend Into A World Of Sound Com osed of the Smooth Tones of Contempldtion Enthusiastic sounds reverberated throughout the days of spirited Eagles to make this year of 1960, one we will always remember. Early in the year, we found ourselves listening with pride to our EHS band rehearse for its numerous precision half-time shows. While learning new cheers and practicing old ones, our vivacious cheerleaders transmitted to us spirit for our victorious Eagle team. The popping of hydrogen which produced a wild shriek from the girls in the chemistry labs, the clicking of typewriters, the indistinguishable words heard from the many lan- guage classes, or occasionally the deep solitude of con- centration were bur a small portion of the sounds which echoed through the halls of Edgewater. Scholarship was stressed as never before. Ratings on National Merits and College Boards exceeded every previous EHS record. Because of the interest in erudition, juniors participated in the Preliminary Scholastic Apti- tude Tests. They were also offered, as were the sopho- mores, a course in reading which proved to be a great aid in all of their classes. Every Tuesday and Thursday nights the Edgewater library remained open for two hours so that energetic Eagles could easily find books for book reports, do research for themes, and enjoy a place to study away from homes. Problems, weekly tests, semester exams, themes, and daily studies kept the students en- gaged in countless hours of deep, silent concentration. une -ITIINU E el'IO 65 SP6 SGBTC IH OI' e COITGC GHSWBI' Complefely engrossed in ihe semester exam in Algebra III, these s+udenfs remain after the n fy 1' p cl d p 'Hy h g 'F H1 1' Wavrng shalvtroos 1nd yelhnv yyrldly thc EHS Eagles rocked the stands vuth loud cheers Wfhen po1nts vyere won hy ster1a broke out The cheerleaders yumped rn frenzred excrtement Durxng the half trmes specta tors focused attentton on thc Eagle Band Spruced up rn new revaha, thc EHS Band affordcd many memor able performances, lnfcctrnn all wrth an ep1dem1c of foot tapprng and finger snapprng to the contag1ous rhythm of 1tS double trme prec1s1on marchrng One reason for the prevarhng eXc1tement was the record the team struggled to uphold Each vrctory sparked the team on to greater herghts Wrth thrs record at Stfilxc and thc croyy ds cheerrng them on, the Eagle team vson afmn and agaln All the Eaffles spent a lot of trme worlxxng up Home comrng float 1deas, but real drudgery came when they actually buxlt therr floats XlK7OI'lx1Ug, playung, or urgrng therr team on the EHS Eagles enthusrastrcally con trrbuted trme and ehfort to make every proyect count UAIAIAIII 1 HIAYIIIIH vv m un -YIVIYIIIIIIIIIIIMAl'hYll he M55 f JVM Many hardworking Eagles slaved for coun+less hours rn +he rushed week preceding 'Phe Homecomung game rn order fo build gauly decorated floa+s for fhe parade c 4 't 2 ' C, ' ', A f 1' A ' s . 1 r l f , . . 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K 'I 'W X -I I -v.....5.,,-.-3 .-- ...P ...Q 2-:.:f1:g., wi -Q-Q-W-+-'--l e ,..A My W . 40-.n.n.-,n .Q .4. ............,,,,.,..... , QP' In-mfrp Dlegrammg various senlences nmproves +he abulniy of Evelyn Engelmelr and Sandy Walion In easlly dnshngunshmg each of +he elghl paris of speech Uslng an unabridged dnchonary fhls +yp1cal EHS sfudenr searches for 5 suliable word Thai' may become a permanenf pari of her vocabulary Students Learn Self EXpress1on 111 Enghsh Classes, lnlerprehng only a porhon of lhexr play Arfhur Crummer and Pal' The three Rs Amerrcan educatxon rn a nutshell, gradually broke rnto numerous drvrsrons of academrc study Of the wrde subyect varrety probably the most essentral were courses rn phases of the Fnglxsh language Durmg the year, speech students perfected both vorces and gestures by endless practrce Through dragrammg sentences and rdentrfymg parts of speech, foundatrons rn grammar were strengthened rn each Englrsh class Words never before known to exrst slowly became an establrshed part of each students vocabulary Which colleges will Cathy Warlow Carolyn Green Bruce Mules choose? . f N it A Af Y Y Y ' 1 5 1, ' 1 1 'Y f f I . ' - l Mccaleb display 'lheir acting abilify 'For the drama class' enferlainment l - - - - ' 1 sl? Q U n 1 ' L 1 I if l rf' I -...f..-.-.,,..., 12 "Double, double +oil and froubleg Fire burn end celdron bubble," sing -the fhree witches vividly presenring a scene in "The Tragedy of Macbe+l1." W""f-ww-yew .-Mer., iimawmrhwmmkwm M Affempfing 'lo locafe supplemenfary references for his research iheme, Bob Harrison looks in 'Phe library's card caralogue for necessary informelion. Most Capable Apply Ability on Staffs and in Drama Of classics, students began to recognize literature and its importance. Sophomores scanned the works of eminent writers as juniors concentrated on American literature, and seniors devoted studies to writings from England. Themes, written exercises, oral work, and quizzes be- came familiar assignmentsg however, the final product of a year's intense study developed in the form of long research papers complete with footnotes and bibliog- raphies. Rewarding many competent students, positions on the journalism staffs honored the year's work. ln speech class, Sue Robinson emphasizes her 'rallr by using hand gesfures. Worlring fo meer the deadline on Eagle Eye, Elaine Bryzelalt crops piciuros and Linda Mobley paints illusiralions while Fred Widermen plays crific. Waiting fo caich small Christmas goodies as they fall, Marlie Voorhes and Bumpy Hughes waich as Jean Keeys brealrs the iradifional Spanish pinaia. Working separately or in groups, the German I or Il students concentrate diligently on 'Phe nexf assignmenr required for the correspondence course. Languages Prepare for International Communication "Communication" This is the key to understanding among all nations. Through translations and conversa- tions in each of the language classes, EHS students pre- pared for a medium of thought exchange between people of other nationalities and themselves. Those with dreams of someday visiting Paris enrolled in French I or advanced into second year French. Attempting to comprehend Spanish I or correct grammar in Spanish II, others listened attentively to recordings for improving pronunciation and Varying class activities, siudenfs in French II sing the French national anthem, "La Marseillaise," under the capable direction of Mr. Wampler voice inflection. Another set of students quietly met to- gether for individual study of vocabulary and grammar in a correspondence course of German I and II. Porto, portas, portat-I carry, you carry, he carries were familiar Words recited by Latin I students learning various conjugations of verbs and declensions of nouns. Extra credit reports and translations of Caesar, Virgil, or Homer in all four years of Latin helped prepare a back- ground for easily learning roots of the English vocabulary. Represeniing the Roman people and iheir cusioms, Bonnie Jo Runner, Wendy Draper, Miriam Quimby gef together at Latin Club banquel. Arfisfic world hisfory maps are shown by Jane? Simensli and Pam Russell. Seeing "Abe Lincoln In Illinois," and building models of Roman columns, Eagles were sure of an interesting year in the field of social studies. United States and World History, in which we drew maps extensively, gave students a more thorough understanding of the things that have helped to make our nation great. Eagles could be heard wearily quoting the preamble to the Constitution on the way to their class in Problems in American Democracy. One of the most interesting proj- ects of the year was the breaking down of the Consti- tution, and making a thorough study from the first article to the very last amendment. Psychology-Sociology classes watched "The Three Faces of Eve," gave panel discussions, were lectured by an authentic beatnik, and wrote detailed themes. Combined, they made up all the well-rounded social studies courses offered at Edgewater High School. Ma., , G., at fist "cr an nys' Q' ,fu at cv s,s,1,,a, .y-,sg fr -. 0,4','.+"i ' cf' 'v.".' 0 n Q Q.:-'Q-A-4 1 -1. Q'4,-4.6, if xii df Q'i..lR qi x-'amfiig-'aft' L . ' , 'ka jay' 9 V- at an - ,S ' lisa Before meeiing his invigorafing problems of American democracy class Mr. J. Johnson checks some los? fex+boolts which were 'lurned in fo him: Social Studies Curriculum ffers A Wide Variety By locating cufles Beclty WIlkII1S and Bumpy Hughes learn more of the U S Tha+s +he most' sighs Marnn ORorli +o Joe Maiihew in psychology 3D figures help Sara Jane Evans and Stuart Hall solve a geometry problem. Proving parallelograms, Mrs. Holbrook illustrates wirh a movable figure. Math, math, and more math! Confused algebra I students pondered over equations such as 3-x-4 yet within only a few moments were confronted with 3-x:2. Already having mas- tered problems such as these, algebra II minds digested expon- ents, logarithems, and imaginary numbers. For students particu- larly interested in algebra, a more thorough study of this branch of mathematics challenged the advanced Algebra III class. Tangents drove plane geometry students in circles as they struggled to remember the correct theorems, axioms, or pos- tulates correctly' applying to each exercise. Some probably dis- covered for the first time that ninety degree angles are always right angles-never left. Many mathematically inclined students with slide rules, formulas, and figures constructed in third dimension passed solid-trigonometry hoping someday to enter the beckoning Held of engineering. Math Thrives on Compasses, Slide Rules, and Work PloHing graph loolrs easy when Vickie Royce and Gene Barber do lhe worlt. s :K A gg ,A ,Q gf 'E' 553-f In algebra lll, Margie O'Neall 'Finds fhe unknowns in a graphic equation. Mrs. Mary Vestal shows Joan Knighf and David Davis ihe ioca+ion of organs. "Geniuses ai work"-B. Rybolf, L. Kopp, P. Donofrio, B. Borda, P. Brown. Science Student Today - Worker Perhaps Tomorrow The nauseous smell of formaldehyde filtered through the room as the subjects for dissection were brought out in big jars. Un- concerned biology students were soon engaged in a fascinating study of parts of frogs, grasshoppers, and worms. There was no question what was going on when a loud ex- plosion rocked the 200 building. Classes were eagerly engaged in an experiment which wasn't always successful. Senior science classes usually had a series of themes, lectures, and illustrative filmstrips that followed along with the material presented in their text books. The most intense science study was conducted in the physics classes. The study of the physical world considered as a whole, left its mark on poor Eagles who today can be found wandering around in a stupor muttering equations and formulas. 1975 will find these science students still experimenting. Taking a break 'From fheir class work, +he senior science boys "goof off." Learning fo weigh various chemicals on a delicate scale, Becky Willis and Jeff Becker, chemis+ry I sfudenfs, a++emp+ fo ge? the exacf proportions. Supervlsrng flue audograph worlr are lnlern Mnss Prince and Mrs Badwell The clrck of a typewrrter a clangmg of steel as tts about to be rarsed to the roof of a newly constructed house the scratchrng sound of a stenographers pencrl when rt flres across a notebook pad all these are v1v1d sounds famrlrar to us rn the extremely busy hurrred pace of th1s everyday world Wherever we choose to turn the dreams of a great busmess or mdustry can be found They are actually the heartbeat the center of the c1v1l1zat1on that we know today Here at Edgewater our currrculum rncluded numerous sub jects that offered Eagles the backgrounds wh1ch they would need rf they chose to carry out therr hopes for romorrows to come These drfferent vocatronal Sflld1CS molded a large number of young men and women here at EHS who by the end of the year were eagerly ready to step out and take thexr places rn offices lndustry and numerous other phases of work They rece1ved a rewardrng general drploma 1n most cases for therr work and study wh1ch enabled them to hold down the1r chosen occupatrons The busrness field was a crowded one wxth the aspects uncertarn but 1E needed mrllrons of people to help rt stand on rts feet EHS vocatlonal students have prepared Sfudenis breeze lbrough a shorthand lesson as Mrss Louise Smart dlc+a+es 6906690006 00009000000 00006000000 3 f..-ali' Numbers hardest +o masfer are pallenlly laughl by lnfern Miss Pamco hu. ,+- Recheckmg 'For perfec+ rneasuremen+s Peggy Arfhur plans her dream house l-As4 Y sn E A . 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Y . 7 18 -af19""'u'-M ngnlvnwm ,,,-v,,.--""" Popcorn snowmen are made by R Van P Summervllle and G Eclmnslon Some of the more popular of the mrscellaneous as you can soon d1scover were the courses featured on th1s page These classes were largely connected wrth the phys1cal as they were concerned wrth ones ab1l1ty to use h1s hands along wrth those necessary mental reacuons Rangmg from the testmg of ones ab1l1ty to act qurckly 1n a drrvmg emergency wrth a reactor to the makmg of face masks rn the art classes the vocat1onal classes were sp1ced w1th varrety They 1nclus1ve of varrous other courses made up the well rounded EHS currrculum Drivers Training 'teachers Mr Hanson and Mr Lomax fest 'lhe reachon speed of Bully Casllen wn+h fhe help of a reflex fesler Busmess Courses D1re ct the Vocauonally M1nded Usnng a real live model, Randy Perlcle and Carolyn Morrnson shape a mask Examining equlpmenf wlfh Mr Pullxer areT Newl'Jold,A Mallard,G Collins M. uw E Q Wt' l L-uf K f .. Q it r Q I lf ,, I l . , , . , - , , . . . . . . O 0 0 o X , l l or 19 "Edgewater can be proud ot the fine sportsmanship shown at last night's game," reports EHS principal, Orville Davis, in his message to the students during the morning announcements. "There's no indispensable mann is a statement Edgewater has a contradiction to right away, for without the leadership of Mr. Orville R. Davis, we would not be the school we are today-strong, capable of excelling in many fields, and exceedingly proud. Mr. Davis has many priceless memories of trials and tribulations since he first accepted the leadership of EHS in 1951. Through un- selfish giving of time and interest he has helped mold and build our alma mater to the meaningful symbol it is today. A friendly sort of person, he could be found in almost any phase of work ranging from working on National Merit statistics to playing in the annual Faculty-Student basketball game. There is no question as to his qualifications to serve as prin- cipal of Edgewater High School. He is considered to be one of the outstanding men in the field of education in southern Florida. Besides holding a Master's Degree, he has a Rank One Certificate representing at least one year's work above an M.A. Edgewater is indeed extremely lucky to have such a distinguished person as its leader. Administration Stresses Scholarship and Character Serving along with Mr. Davis was Mr. Howard Fleming, our new assistant principal but certainly not an unfamiliar face around campus. The ex-dean of boys took the new responsibility with an eagerness to excel in his newly bestowed position. Not only interested in Edgewater as a school, Mr. Fleming took a deep concern in the people that made it up-the faculty and students. Edgewater, in its entirety working along with these two versa- tile men, left behind a wonderful year. The sounds of Eagles in flight could be heard as we raised ourselves and our school to greater heights under their leadership and guidance. E E X Having been quicltly spotted by his easy-going smile and sports cap, Howard Fleming takes a moment out from his duties to enioy a colte. ',- '10-4l""" has Q . 4 wtf: ,,..h1' Celebrating the arrival ot the class ot '62, Howard Fleming pours Mr. O. R. Davis a cup of punch at the Sophomore welcoming. ParfY. One of the few times they are able to get together without business as the topic. Flashing a smile, Lorena Thomas, Dean of Girls, begins her busy schedule. Often so much is owed to so few and this is easily applied to our own deans here at EHS, Faithful servants of our school, no problem has been too great for them to try and solve and none too small to merit their observation. Miss Lorena Thomas, or Dean Thomas as she is often affec- tionately called, is the principal figure sought by the girls when a problem arises or counsel is needed. Along with these duties, there are absentees to take care of, endless reports and records to be kept, along with all of the other things that are included in the life of Edgewater. With a pleasant smile and an amazing calmness, Dean Thomas smoothly handles her tasks. This past year Miss Thomas received a life-long honorary membership in the National Parent-Teacher Association for her long and devoted work with schools, teachers, and parents. We received a new Dean of Boys this year at EHS, the position being filled by Mr. Andrew Bayes. A difficult routine was quickly picked up, and before the year was in full swing, Dean Bayes was working along with Miss Thomas to give the students the best kind of counseling and leadership they possibly could. A congenial man, he quickly fit in with the activity of the school and soon gained the confidence and admiration of his boys and the administration. Edgewater cheerfully welcomed the new dean. Their doors were always open to us and we want to thank these two fine people for the contributions they made during the past year. They proved to be a most important part of EHS and felt they were very handsomely rewarded for their hard work and never-ending labor. Unerrmg Deans Guide Students Throughout Year Ah a break af lasf' sighs Dean of Boys Andrew Bayes Relaxing in his office after a hectic day certainly is a rare privilege even 'For an Edgewafer dean. Capable sfuclenfs working for Mr. Bayes are assislanfs, lfirsl rowl Sharon Bovee, Pal Arnef, Mary Smelfer, Mary Gunnison and Ginger Clockdaleg lsecond l'0Wl Abe Kinrler, Dan Rivenbark, Curfis Ashcrof+ and Fran Carruih. 'V' Z ff Conferring in rhe advisors' rcom are M Miss Thomas' assisfanis are Janel McWhor+er, Faye Lafler, Sharon Smifh, BeHy Van Dusen, Conny Gibbs, Sue Murray, Emily Mills, Maria S. Whilney, Belly Lloyd, Belly Bishop, Linda Long, Molly Slarling and Jamie Boslick. iss Eddifh Rulh Monigomery, sophomore advisor, Miss Helen Evans, senior advisor, and Miss Mary Gordon, iunior advisor. s 'tm -mmf sm. , llltlngg, x . 3- Carefully sorfing college bullelins and "No+hing exis+s +ha+ can compele wifh Taking a res+ are lhe iunior assisfanis annuals are Miss Helen Evans' assislanls, +he life of lhe sophomore assis+an1," laz- Didnn Edgell. Pafflfld Al+Cl'1eSOf1. Diane Olga Ariibay, Dolores Hines, CindiGrar1+, ily says Jeff Burnefi +o Priscilla Herring V60 Meefbeke. Sara Mole. JO Ann Mer and Nancy Beaudef. and Sue Langford. lin, and Marilyn Brooks. :ra E :Ziff Z. l J gy, . r . A as-H1 yr' W -x aww ln charge of marnlaunlng 'lhe school are EHS cusfodlans Raoul La Casse Wrllram Clyde Arnold Charles Couller Edgar Therrlan W E Whnlesell Back1ng every task supported at Edgewater, some group of respons1ble c1t1zens constantly SIIIVCS to meet the schools de mands Unable to malntam 1tself the school bulldmg requ1res the complete attent1or1 of metxculous custod1ans wh1le the campus of EHS depends upon the sk1llful flngers of a gardener for thelr upkeep Preparatmon of nutrmous lunches necess1tates another competent staff of workers Not only must these lunchroom workers prepare the meals but they must also plan for the vary 1ng taste of each student Unable to sense an understand1ng of educauonal problems parents and teachers form st1ll another Lunchroom supervisor Mrs Helen Wolfe fakes a well earned coffee brealt gI'OL1p 1HtC1'CSE6Cl lfl EClgCW2ltCI'S flCCClS PTA Custodlans, Lunchroom Workers Serve EHS Unlfed by a mulual concern for the welfare of Edgewafer IS the PTA board conslsrlng of members Mrs Prosser Mrs Pl'H'man Mrs Voorhees Mrs Tege'loFF Mrs Johnson Mrs Hadlow Mrs JeFFerres Mrs McCree Mrs Terman Mrs Smnfh and Mrs Falck MJ k...c,f if S 8 J ls l fi! 24 T .L QI., Q 'k I '-, av ia l af" -l l' 1, is ', 5,4 .4 'ff' .. . 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' Q . i Wg, r X ,- Q l 1 All From lhe lufchen Mrs Llbby Pelers Mrs Edna Barley Mrs Trax age and Mrs Laura Trussler bring fhe flnlshed producls 'Hr l R1ng g' The bell s awaxted voxce announced lunch for a thrrd of the student body A hurrxed shuffle of feet sounded 1ts way down the Steps across sldewalks and 1nto the safeterla Inslde the bu1ld1ng the aroma of some favor1te d1sh filled the crowded room as hungry students hled 1nto l1ne A large staff of workers had prepared a del1c1ous varlety of each l1ne hot meals or perhaps sandwlches wlth cokes found thelr way onto trays Ploppmg down on the avarlable benches EHS students thankfully brt rnto the lnvmng food Roberf Lawson Rnchard Crelghlon and Bobby Pefers prepare for mad rush Y? si-""""f ww L1 I Buslly preparing for anofher days meal are flue lunchroom worlrers Arlene Parferson Theresa Bradly Mamce Forison Iona Phnllnps and Doll Hardeman Gafhermg In par? of 'fha cafeferla are sfudenf lunchroom workers Ava S+one Bonnie Knowles Georgia Le Bure Alone Newberry Eunxce Woodruff Ru+h Gar rlclr Bonnie Hampfon Fred Barfleld Blrsy Parsons Kenneih Sunburg Sfeven Shelfon Do'Hre Jacobs Davud Crosby David Compfon Roger Dickson Jlmmy Russell Y MF, .uf ' , . ' , . ' . . ' P , s t at ' . 2 3 L an A 5' 5 ' v f 'CQ' H 8 x K V x-.mf paw Y 'we I l " f 'X . ' ' A I' gr-- . . . l' 5 9 7 ' ty V , A f . . . J " X af -X s , . . R. ff Le' food rn an attempt to please the taste of every student. Awartmg XX X , ' ' ' rf b . V 7 X f. - 1 . - ' f '5 er, 1 H K--Q 8 if V N. A ff 4 V ' , r 7 4 fr X .r ' , A lg l W 4 L Q , Q ,. f f. 4 Pl- ' , Aft, . 31' B hy: 1 ' ,ft A 25 fs -... F ,... OU' 'U YS'-F" kb.. '?""P' -fmxw Louase Abke Myra Agnew Roberr Berry Wilma Bndwell Harry Bradley Mary Branch Margaret Brewlon Julla Brooks Freda Mae Brown Joseph Barkley Joan Campbell James Cinnamon Many students seem to thrnk EHS teachers have rt easy' You do too? Lets strarghten out thrs mrsconceptron rrght now On the surface you srmply see a person teachrng live classes a day Doesnt seem lrke much, huh? Well, rn thrs five class schedule they have one hundred and fifty students to work wrth That means 150 new faces to learn, 150 tests to grade each week, and 150 final grades to be averaged every srx weeks Besrdes that, darly lessons must be rnterestmg to all 150 mdrvrduals, not just the "bra1ns" Only a srmple repetrtron of one lesson hve t1mes a day, you say? Just try to "get across" to 150 students That really tests a teachers ab1l1ty' Answermg numerous quesnons, elaboranng on certarn pornts, and repeatrng an rdea for the "umpteenth" trme requrres consrderable knowledge of the subject plus a lor of panence So you're begrnnrng to change your mlnd about teachmg bemg an easy job? Well, there are ml! a few more thmgs a teacher must dcr-such as be1ng on hand before and after school, sponsorrng varrous orgamzatrons, even helprng you solve your personal problems Now, can you see that teachxng 1sn't an "e1ght to three Job?" In fact, 1t's a " 'round the clock" occupatron, dernandmg a constant deslre to work, gurde and grve 26 LOUISE ABKE A B Oberlrn Busrness Yearbook MYRA AGNEW A B Stetson Unrverslty Math ematrcs Charrman Courtesy Commnttee JOSEPH BARKLEY B S M Ed Penn Teachers College Chalrrnan Busmess Faculty Ath Mgr ROBERT BERRY M E D UHIVCISIFY of Ela Phys Ed B1ology Ath Drr DxsasterCha1rman WILMA BIDWELL A B M A George Wash rngton Unxverslty Busmess Calendar C B Tn H1 Y HARRY BRADLEY B S Ed lNI Ed Penn Teach ers College English Key Club Polrty Unrversrty Lnbrarran Readrng MARGARET BREWTON A B M A Umversxty of Fla Charrman Socxal Studres JULIA BROOKS A B M S Wesleyan College Spanxsh Pan Amerrtan Club EREDA BROWN B S Eastern Kentucky State College Home Ec FHA Cou1tesyComm1ttee JOAN CAMPBELL B A E Umversnty of Fla Art Beautrhtatron Ealr Exhxblts JAMES CINNAMON Eastern Kentucky Hlstory Basketball owry IS caughl' handlmg one of has oulsnde lobs , ' r. 'J ll ' ' C 5 ' A T ' " , - " ' I R ,.y,,: r H H . . A 2 rra C S s S W . l 1, r EA A 5 V A A h I 5 . ., . . -, . if rfp ' I QA I 0: S - , . l 17 in -7 .,V . J, , - . p MARIE-BRANCH7-A,'B., B. s., L. s., syracuse lg ,X s J 1 A 5- V 4 - ' E V . V - .,., .. . . V , J -lr 5 l ll Nt. ' I K I - .W . ., . . T U .,', , ' ' W digg' t Q W . E l '-' . - m 1 V ef .-v H Y p ' 4. V A ,, It , y Mr. L . y . . . . A 1 1- F gl: I 1 ' . . 1 3 5 I - Q :II . B hx MARIE COOPER-B. A., Fla. State University . . Spanish, Latin, Assemblies JANE CROW-B. A., Central Teachers .... Latin, Latin Club MARY DANIELS-L. L. B., M. A., University of Tenn. . . English, Courtesy Committee, 10th Sponsor LOUIS EDWARDS-B. S., M. Ed., University of Fla. . Mathematics, Devotions, Campus Crusaders HELEN EVANS-B. S., M. A., Fla. State University . . . Phys. Ed., 12th Advisor, Girls Varsity HELEN EVERETT--A. B., Concord College . . . English, Reading AGNES EZZARD-A. B., Fla. State University . English Materials, Jr. Class Sponsor IRAS FARLEY-A. B., Marshall College . . . English, Journalism, Eagle Eye ARTHUR FOSS--A. B., M. A., Boston University Graduate School . . Mathematics, Jr. Civitan, Rank In Class MARY GORDON-A. B., Stetson University . English, Jr. Advisor, Anchor Club JAMES HINSON-B. S. E. M. E. D., University of Fla. . . Driver's Training, Faculty Parking MAY LOIS HOLBROOK-A. B., University of Richmond . . . . Mathematics, Senior Class Sponsor GERALDINE HOLLAND-B.S.S.A., Woman's College of the University iof N. C. . . Business, Yearbook, Insurance IRWIN INGRAM-B. A., M. Ed., University of Arizona . . Biology, Torch Society, Fire Drills, Lunch Duty RAYMOND JACKSON-B. A., M. Ed., Ohio State University . Social Studies, Hi-Y JOHN JOHNSON-A. B., Eastern State College . . . Social Studies Materials, Textbooks DELBERT KIEFFNER-B. S., M. A., Indiana State Teachers College . Band, Lunch Duty BESS KNOWLES-B. A., University of Wisconsin .... Speech, Radio and TV. N. F. L. Teachers Expertl Handle Marie Cooper , Agnes Ezzard Geraldine Holland A, ., -. .1-. K. A i, e Jane Crow lras Farley Irwin Ingram Q' Q, M Hb 5 fs if . V . 'Q i 5252+ axis , as W Mary Daniels Arthur Foss Raymond Jackson K R George Rendulic seems io have his arms full ai' an EHS faculty party. "'Round-the-Clock Jobs" Louis Edwards Mary Gordon John Johnson Helen Evans James Hinson Delbert Keeiner L, ' 'A f, svgy Helen Evererr May Lois Holbrook Bess Knowles ' f r Q 1 ' fr' , -rs 'wx .I K' '53 24? sihii '41 B My ig' 1 i ,yt was IW N Q -:Q.:.:, ll , k ,I :ffj'gf f H L iii ,, Harold Lomax Frank Lough Lyle Lowry Russell Moncrief Eddifh Montgomery Berry Jo Neal John Perlviar Henry Pillter Sam Porter if' i Q.. I 'i A Q ' - f 5 3 ,Xz l Julia Midyefre Kathleen Odom Edward Sincic Lester McKinney Mildred Nelson Virginia Mack James Northrop Mariorie Rendulic Peggy Sells Both Work and lay Are Fun for Edgewater Teachers "The banque'l's over," Coach Voorhees seems fo lease Mr. Ingram as he con- tinues lo munch confenfeclly on another delicious piece of fried chick lf, 'E "' as ti 5, 7 ,K V I 4 :if we ft.. I t 'Q Q e 7 ,,,.f..ff, -if Ll, . "' M . W y , ix. QM an - . My . , X E-was If en. 28 HAROLD LOMAX-B. A., Penn. State College . . Driver Training, Traffic Control FRANK LOUGH-B. S. P. E., M. E., West Virginia University . . . Social Studies, Football, Golf LYLE LOWRY-A. B., University of Kentucky ..,. Chemistry LESTER MCKINNEY-B. S. E., M. A., Peabody College . . . Chm. Math., Rating Service VIRGINIA MACK-B. S. M. P. H., University of Missouri . . Phys. Ed., Cheerleaders, Majorettes JULIA MIDYETTE-B. S., Florida State University . . Home Ec., Future Nurses RUSSELL MONCRIEF-B. S., Richmond Professional Institute . . . Distributive Education, Monitors, Voc. Guid. EDDITH MONTGOMERY-A. B., M, Ed., Georgia State College for Women . . English, Sophomore Class Advisor BETTY JO NEAL-B. S., West Virginia University . . Mathematics, Ass't. Senior Class Sponsor MILDRED NELSON-A. B., M.A., Northwestern University . English, Courtesy Comm., Essay Contests, Publicity JAMES NORTHRUP--B. S. A., M. A., University of Florida . . Voc. Agriculture, F. F. A., Grounds KATHLEEN ODOM-A. B., B. S., Missouri Valley College . Librarian, Voc. Guid., Bulletin Boards JOHN PER MAR-A. B., B. S., Stetson University .... Biology, Audio-Visual, Physics HENRY PILKER-Cleveland Trade School . . . Auto Mechanics, Sportrnan's Club SAM PORTER-B. S., M. Ed., Texas A. 8: M .... Social Studies, Civil Defense MARJORIE RENDULIC-B. S., Indiana State College . Chm. Home Ec., F. H. A. PEGGY SELLS-A. B., West Virginia University . . English, Drama, Thespians EDWARD SINCIC-B. S. E.. University of Florida . . Graphic Arts, Safety Council f During a night our, Miss Mavis Holland, Miss Mary Maclt, Mr. Arlhur Foss, and Miss Helen Smarf a'Hemp'f to improve iheir bowling records. Enioying a few typical momenls in the leachers' lounge, Russ Mon- crief and Bud Johnson irade privafe ioltes as they sip their coffee. om cv f' ,ik ,noun J-"a..... N Wadi FRANK SINGLETARY-B. S., Stetson University . . . Biology, Phys. Ed., Football, Baseball LOUISE SMART-B. S., Stetson University . . Business, Gregg Writers, Eagle Eye, Bus. Mgr. VVILLIAM SPOONE-B. S., University of Tennessee . . . Phys. Ed., Football, Tennis, E. Club DEWEY STALLARD-B. A., M. A., Furman University . . Soc. Stud., Track, J. V. Ass't. Texts, Football and Basketball ESTELLE THOMAS-M. M., Northwestern University . . Vocal Music, Choral Society, Stage Crew HELEN TORRANCE-B. A., M. A., Rank I, Syracuse University . . . English, Honor Society, Voc. Guidance STUART VANVOORHEES-Columbia University . . Div, Coop. Train., Lockers, Lunch Duty MARY VESTAL-B. A., M. A., Arcadia University . . Chm. Biology, Health Coordinator BERNICE WALDRON-B. S., M. A., Marshall College , . English, Business, MLH Tri-Hi-Y ,Asst. Yearbook EVERETT VUAMPLER-B. S., George Peabody College for Teachers . . Chm. English, Fiscal Comm., Stu. Council MARY WILSON-M. A., University of Michigan . . English, Future Frank Singlerary Dewey Siallarcl Stuart VanVoorhees Evererf Warripler a Lili 5 'x X '. 'SLB' X1! F' Y t f 'F i 4 R......, yyl ,. . . .reall f-if Teachers JAY WISHAU-B. S., M. Ed., University of Wisconsin . . . Chm. Science, Bi-Pliy-Chem Club Louise Smart Esrelle Thomas Mary Vestal Mary Wilson William Spoone Helen Torrance Bernice Wadron Jay Wishau f ,ig .fax lzhi c-.LuX Cai ,X ,X kg ...l amy' J . J 'Q 5 . +35 A. .. .X .i ' .,,"'Qsf- in - Q N. wink I ,ww w H A , ,ww K' 2 ,nz Q iw gi 2 E iw 1. ,.. 1 4 u 3351? Q HP 4 1 'p Wim Q wx 1. as u,,s if The Class of 1960 After a memorable year of wearing our class rings in the h1gh trad1t1on of seniors, we, the upperclassmen of Edgewater High School, found w1th the coming of our graduation and baccalaureate services that we were now about to enter the realm of adulthood Many of us were reluctant to accept this new challenge but we were eager to conform to the new life that was ahead of us St1ll, we wanted to fulnll our final duty as seniors by passing on the traditions of our school to the students who would follow us at Edgewater High School in years to come Homecomrng this year had as its theme A Stairway to the Stars , and when our football team came through with a 4019 victory, we seniors had a real feeling of pride During the impressive half time show Ann Pharr was crowned by our Student Counc1l President as the EHS 1959 1960 Homecoming Queen The final and most remembered of our football tradi tions was the annual Boone Edgewater game The game clrmaxed the best season yet in Edgewaters history, to give us seniors a genuine feeling of success a feel1ng we would long be able to remember Enthusrastically, we looked forward to the Christmas holldays, wrth all 1ts fun and parties, and wh1le we enyoyed Senior class officers: Tom Seals-Vice President: Becky Barnes-Treasurer: Pai Davis-President: and Tina Tinsley-Secretary, inspect fhe name cards. Senior Sponsors Mrs. Holbrook and Miss Neal waif to exchange diplomas for greduafion scrolls. and had great fun during this break rn the years routine, still we did not forget the true meaning of the season As we crammed for our semester tests and sweated out the results we realized that we would only hear the school bell for five more months This feeling, wonderful to some sad to others, told us that we were in the home stretch toward a graduation for which we had all been striving in our past twelve years of schooling Along with the spring, came the teas given for many of the graduating girls Looking most dignified in the1r smart outfits the girls seemed quite at home in the social swim Nearing the end of our year we fervently anticrpated the Junior Senior Prom The boys in their whlte d1nner yackets a new experience for some, were perfect escorts for the beautiful girls in their flowing formals This tra d1t1on was one that would be remembered always by all who were there sharlng in the excitement and splendor With the end of the year rap1dly approaching we all made preparations for graduation and made plans to attend some of the many part1es given for seniors At the solemn graduation exercises we received our diplomas our passports into the wonderful realm of adulthood N. 1 J a . . . 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ADAMS SHARON Jumor Red Cross 58 Tr1H1Y 58 Presulent Jumor Red Cross 59 Grrls Vars1ty Club 59 Presxdent Varsrty Club 60 B1ble Club 58 59 AITCHESON TRINA Anchor Club 59 60 V1ce Presrdent Anchor Club 59 Pres1dent An chor Club 60 Student Assrstant 59 60 Choral Socrety 59 Red Cross 60 ALBANO PETER ALEXANDER JOE D C T Club 59 60 ALLEN HENRY D C T Club 60 ALRICH JOHNI Base ball 58 Pan Amerlcan 58 ARJIBAY OLGA Trans ferred Honey Academy 59 ARMSTRONG JAMES J V football 58 Vars1ty Football 59 60 Lat1n Club 58 EClub 59 60 Jun1orC1v1tan 58 59 60 ARNOLD HENRY Band 58 59 60 lst Lt of Band 59 Captarn of Band 60 B1 Phy Chem 60 ARTHUR PEGGY Tr1H1Y 58 59 60 Gradua t1on Usher 59 Sweetheart Contest 59 ATWOOD GARY B1Phy Chem 58 59 60 Jumor Red Cross 57 58 BAILEY JULIA ROBERTA Choral Socxctg 58 59 60 BANTA JANIE Glee Club 58 59 60 Future Nurses of Amer1ca 58 Junror Red Cross 60 Song of Norway 59 Bach 59 and Vagabond Kmg 60 BARCLAY KENNETH BARNES BECKY Semor Class Treasurer 60 Jun1or Class Councnl 59 Gratluatxon Usher 59 Sophomore Class Councxl 58 Sweetheart Contest 58 Torch Socret 58 Trl H1Y 58 59 60 Junror Class Day Pep Club Treasurer 60 BARTON GLORIA JEANI Anchor Club 59 60 Stnrot Dlrector Anchor Club 60 Future Nurses ofAmer1ca 58 59 fl G1r s Varsrty 60 Band 58 Student Assnstanr 59 60 NN 49" aw' AKE- -anw V235 Sharon Adams Truna Asrcheson Peter Albano Joseph Alexander Henry A en John Alruch Fun and Work F1lled Year Completed by Class of 60 429 J? 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V ....:. . , y s v 1 Jw lg , , . -,,, I V V , - 7 - - v 7 D 5 ' ' I ' 0 ' . , . . l . , , , , , , , L, , 1 ll 1 , , , , , . , - f 9 'I NV , J s 7 , V VF I 5' f 'll W " A '-: V6.1 . . W' Q Q t ,zirrgg f - 3 A Q M 3 z, " J V -A A 4 A ,,,...f,.1 1 - x. W., , - sl, f 'sz-9 ,.. , av ' ,. , ' Y . - 1 I Q 'Z , ' . 1 . 1 . Q - ' Looking for a bool: tor English, Judy Miniclr and Virginia Pogue stop at the fiction section. 4? ,e '5 Carol Baxter Sherry Bent .51 3 , 2 amy.. f 'a f Barbara Beabout Stephanie Bent Bassarear, James Bateman. Joe' BASSAREAR, JIM: II. V. Football, '591 Latin Club '59. BATEMAN, JOEL RICHARD. BAXTER, CAROL ANN: Honor Society, '59, '60, Anchor Club '59, '60 CRec. Sec.D '60, Stu. Asst. '60. BEABOUT, BAR- BARA: Student Council, '58, Bach Festival, '59, Song of Norway, '59, E-Gals, '59, '60, Chorus, '59, '60, District Contest, '59, '60, Senior Class Council, '60, Student Asst. '60, Vagabond King, '60. BEAUDET, NANCY: Honor Society, '59, '60, Torch Society, '58, Latin Club, '58, '59, '60, Secretary, Latin Club, '60, Future Nurses, '58, '59, '60, Vice Pres. FN, '60, BEAULIEU, SONIA: Odasagiah Staff, '59, FHA, '60. BENNETT, SCOTT: Transferred from Parkersburg High School, '58. BENT, SHERRY: F. N. A., '58, ,59, '60, Tri-Hi-Y, '60 CI-Iistorian, '607. BENT, STEPH- ANIE: Student Council, '58, Future Nurses, '59, Sec- retary, FN, '60, Tri-Hi-Y, '60, Student Asst., '60. BERGERSON, LINDA: Transferred from Perry Cen- tral High School, Perry, N. Y., Choral Society, '59, '60, BISHOP, BETTY: Girls Varsity, '59, '60, Student Asst. '59, '60. BISSINGER, SALLY: Latin Club, '58, Asst. '59, '60, Parliamentarian, Latin Club, '60, Torch Society, '58, Dean's Asst., '59, Jr. Red Cross, '58, Girl's Varsity Club, '59, '60, Odasagiah, '60, Pep Club, 60. BLACKBURN, LOUISE: Band, '58, 591 Quill and Scroll, '60, Odasagiah. '60, Jr. Red Cross, '60, Oflice Assistant, '60, FHA, '60. BLOCK, KARL: Latin Club, DONNA JEAN. BOSSINGER, LINDA: Future Nurses, '58, '59, '60, Future Nurses State and District Convention, '58, '59, Chaplain, '58, Future Nurses umerous Projects Induce Nancy Beauclet Linda Bergerson 34 I? ,fi fi- 'kat 3' Sonia Beaulieu Scott Bennett Betty Bishop Sally Bissinger sf Vice President, '6O. BORK, ARLENE: Varsity Cheer- r leader, '59, '60, National Honor Society, '59, '60, Pan '59, Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Red Cross, '58, Eagle Eye, ' '6O. BOSTICK, JAMIE SUE: Latin Club, '58, Future 5 L- Homemakers, '59, Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60. BOVEE, Y SHARON: Choral Society, '58, '59, '60, District, '58, . , '59, '60, Song of Norway, '59, The Vagabond King, . '60, Dean's Assistant, '60, Bach Festival-Girl's Chorus. 'W Z American, '58, Torch Society, '58, Graduation Usher, "-. . r -af . l 'fear ri mf '59. BOWEN, SANDRA LEE: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, jr. Class Council, '59, Student Assistant, '60. BOWLES, JEANNIE: Trans-Boone High, '58, Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Gregg Writers, '59, '60, FHA, '59, '60, Campus Crusaders '59' Student Assistant '60. BOYALL PATRICIA LOUISE Choral Society 58 59 60 E Gals 58 59 60 Secretary Tri M 59 60 Student Assistant 58 59 60 BRANDT CARLENE Tri iY 58 59 Choral Society 58 59 60 e Cross 60 ice Presb Senior Class Council 60 Song of Norway 59 The Vagabond King 60 BREWER ROSS Audio Visual Aid 5 59 60 Vi ual Aid Chief 60 Swimming Team 58 59 60 BRIGGS RITA Transferred from Arlington High School Arlington Texas Safety Club 60 BROKAW DONNA Tri I-I1Y 58 59 60 Torch Society 58 59 60 Junior Class Day Student Council 58 BROKAW SANDY NFL 59 60 Jr Red Cross 58 59 60 Jr Red Cross Vice President 59 Presi dent 60 Tri HiY 59 60 Devotions 59 60 BROOKS MARILYIN Red Cross 59 Louise Blackburn Lrncla Booslnger Seniors To Use School L1brar Sharon Bovee Sandra Bowen Jean Bowles Ross Brewer Rita Briggs Donna Brokaw 30 t J I J 'ft L J X. P EW Karl Block Dorna Bore Arlene Bork Jamie Boshck For Reference Work ,A Wifi 9,1 Pallle Boxall Cariene Brandi Sandy Brokaw Marilyn Brooks 7 Y 1 1 7 I - , I s I - 1 1 1 1 " a- I , , , - , v I , V -- , ' I , , , , , i , i ' , 1 ' - W 9' " ,Q . , , , 4 , - - , 1 y v - x - ' I , H- , , I - i , . I R d I I . - 7 5 7 ! i l 7 ' , I V- - - 1 , . , , 4 - , . A - .-A ' , x n . a ' Q' 5 . . . , , , . . . 3 - A . , - , 1 a a . -I . - , I - - . . . 1 - 5 m n y 1 1 ' -A I I , ..., I -. I . I I , f' ., ': ' , , , , . , , t I .t - I I - - - , . I - 1 ' I - ' ' a y x s y 9 P , ' ": g-:I . , I . - . N It , , , , . . .. 1.5, 1 ' 7 1 , . . . ., , , . , . . , I - - , - l ! I ' D Y - , I A - , i I - i - a v ' ' s 1 - i x ' I, ,I i Y . , . , . 3 0 Wx, 4 s . '3 I I II, ,i. , , ' ' 1 K I Y rn - f X wwf .FWF if Ann Brown Mack Bruner C lass wit? s Jesse Butler smith! 'M fees? Judy Brown Ken Brown Elaine Bryzelalc Gene Burkhart ww darn' Paul Brown Tommy Browning Lwla Burlcholcler Jeff Burnett of 60 Kept Contmuall on the Go B Vaned Helen Byrd Merlalne Carter Rodnel' Carter Louise Carver Vlrglma Casey 36 BROWN ANN Tr1H1Y 58 59 60 Sophomore Class Councll 58 jumor Class Day 59 Pan Amerxcan Club 60 Pep Club 60 BROWN JUDY Trans ferred From Boone Tr1H1Y 58 59 60 Sweet heart Contest 59 BROWN KEN BROWN PAUL B1 Phy Chem 59 60 Chess Club 58 59 60 Jumor Class Councxl 59 Transferred from Davld Glas gow Farragut School Rota Spam 58 BROWNING TOMMY Pres Soph Class 58 Vxce Pres Jumor Class 59 Pres Student Councll 60 Jr Clvltafl 58 59 60 Jr Sportsman Club 58 59 60 Latm Club '58, Torch Soc, '58, Boys State, '59, J V Football, '57, Vars1ty Football, '58, '59, Baseball, '58, '59, "E" Club, '58, 59, It Class Day, '59, CSec Crvztan, '59J BRUNER, MACK I V Football, '58, Varsxty Foot ball, '60 BRYZELAK, ELAINE Trl H1 Y, '58, '59, '60, Gregg Wnters, '59, '60, Jr Red Cross, '58, '59, Student Asst , '59, '60, Eagle Eye, '60, Qulll and Scroll, '60 BURKHART, GENE Torch Society, '58, Summer Sc1ence Club, '59, Latm Club, '59, '60, Chess Club, '58, '60, B1 Phy Chem, '59, '60 BURKHOLDER, LILA Choral Socxety, '58, '59, '60, E Gals, '58, '59, '60, "Song of Norway," "Vagabond Kmg," "Harmony H1ll,' jr Red Cross, '60 BURNETT, JEFF Jr Clvltan, '59, 60, z 9 ' W ,. .5 my 4 fi f .15 " All : Q Z, ff: .gf ' 7:5 ' If . , ff' ,nf ' 1: 1 E? QI. sl . W ' W f A 5 gk tl " -'-' '. 7 , ,Q Q , W . V gg , , j "" K .s ,,,, A ' 3 . gl . Ab I ",. ' ' ' ' .. . . M 4 15 ' 9 V ffffs A ., , EY' Q: "SA , ' . ' 's W l ' 9 vi -2 - ., .f xl , f K K JT , fill j o 0 -.,,,, g -A .f . , I , - - . . , , R , . - - , , , , n 7 fl . , . . , . . . 'VNU 1, ,L 1 9 1 x f -sr. . B s . v . 1 1 r - a - ' ' ' - - , 1 1 . , I ' J s ' ' 1 1 1 y ' X 5 - I , . , . , I K V - A ' ' 1 1 : 1 y 1 2 7 I 1 , ' 3 A 2 . . , ' 9 ' . ' . , - . , - - , 3 ' Y Y ' D I . . , . . . , - 9 I ' 7 Y D 3 9 'if Kim .gras :A 5 3 Barbara Cashion Mary Lou Castro Toni Clegg Marcia Cloclcadale 'QU' 12:7- ""?-'I' Ari Chapman Mariy Cochran and umerous Activities Latin Club, '58, J. V. Football, '59g Swimming Team, '59, '60, Student Asst., '59, '60g Tennis, '60, Rifle Club, 60. BUTLER, JESSE: Choral Society, Eagleairesg Student Asst,g Stage Crew, Thespians, '59, '60. BYRD, HELEN: FHA, '5S. CARTER, INIARLAINEZ Tri-Hi-Y, '58, CARTER, RODNEY: Civitan Club: Sr. Class Council. CARVER, LOUISE: Vice President of Tri-M, '60, Accompanist, Choral Society ,'59, '60, Choralaires, '59, '60, E-Gals, '58g Eagleaires, '60, District Contest, '58, '59, '60g State Contest, '6O. CASEY, VIRGINIA. CASHION, BARBARA. CASTRO, MARY LOU. CHAPMAN, ART: Key Club, '58, '59, '60, student Council, '58, Latin Club, '59. CI-IAPPELL, HELEN: D. C. T., '60, CLAY, DONALD. CLEGG, TONI: Art Club, '59, '60, St. Asst., '59, '60, Choral Society, '60. CLOCKADALE, MARCIA: jr. Red Cross Treasurer, '60. COCHRAN, DIARILYN: D. E. Club, '60. COD- DINGTON, PAUL E.: President, D. E. Club, '60' D. C. T. Club, '60. COLE, NANCY: Tri-Hi-Y, '58 '59, '60, St. Asst., '59, '60. CONDON, NANCY: 1 1 Anchor Club, '59, '60g Gregg Writers, '59, '6Og Class Council Rep., '59, CONLEY, MIKE: F. F. A., '59, '60, Transferred from Darlington School, Rome. Georgia. . 1 - 9' -uf A l , -.af qs , h 50- :-C 1' at 'L QE: 2' " Vg . '- , ENV Helen Chappell Donald Clay Paul Coddingron Nancy Cole Nancy Condon Milne Conley -.vf'w. Ei Getting ready for fha Eaglecade, Miriam Quinby and Fred Richter assisf by puffing up posfers. 37 ' E359 Alice Conner Nancy Cowarl' From Kyla Cufchen Lmda Davis if 'A H' 'ts ju Robert Cool: Kathy Cooper Jerry Cr1H'enclen Lrrvda Cunnrngham Adv1sers The College sum I Q fix 'viii' Dom Damel Grlmore Dame' a Davis Warren Davis S CONNER, ALICE: Tri-M, '6Og Tri-Hi-Y, '58g Pan Am, Club, '58g Choral Soc., '58, '59, '60: "Oklahoma," Dist., St., '58, '59, '60g Bach Fest., '5Sg E-Gals, '58, '59, '6og "Song of Norway", "Vagabond King". COOK, ROB- ERT: Bi-Phy-Chem '59 '60' Chess Club '58 '59 '60 Treas COOPER KATHY Stud C 58 59 60 Pep Clu 60 T1H1Y 58 59 60 Treas 58 rad Usher 59 Latm Club 58 Jr Class Day 59 COW ARD NANCY JEAN Majorette 58 Color Guard 59 60 Student Asst CRITTENDEN JERRY CUIN NINGI-IAM LINDA Tr H1Y 58 59 60 Band 58 CUTCHEN KYLE Torch Soc 58 Honor oc 59 60 I-I1Y 60 DANIEL DOIN L1t1n Club 1Y 58 ec 6 t Class 1 DANIEL GILLMORE Latin Club 58 m9 Band 59 Stage Crew 58 59 DANIELS CARTER Phy Chem 59 60 Trans from Btshop Moore DAVIS JONNIE M'AE Torch Soc Tr1H1Y 59 60 FNA 58 Hlst 59 60 Latm Club Student Asst 60 Gregg Wtrters 60 DAX IS LHN DA Trans from Plant Hugh DAVIS WALTER MAURICE Soph Class Rep Cnttan 58 59 60 Sportsman 58 59 60 J V Football and Basketball Jr Class Pres E Club 59 60 Sr Class Pres DAVIS WARREN DEARIING HUGH Football 58 I'IxY 59 60 Baseblll 60 DLINHANI MARILYN Stu dent Asst C0 Bound Seniors Reee1Ve 'Q' tar Carler Damels rm Mae a s Hugh Deering Marrlyr Denh ,, , , , , , , , - , 1 . ., ' , ' , ' 1 , b, ' 3 r'- '- , I , ' , ' , f . ' 1 G . - , 1 ' , ' L: , 5 1 , Q - , - T' , I i- '- , ' , ' . ' 1 , Yi92i 5 5 I I .5 5 5 S I, ' ' , ' L '- , ' I . s T: 2 ' v 'SSL A W A I H3 , ' , '59, '60, S 'og J. .P Day, 69. Bit . 591 VH P . , . K , A: X . ,, ,,- 3 L58, V I .r QM . , - . 3 7, 3. I v :Bi- ' ' X V' - .6 , 1 -5 '- '- , '58, K .qi W , 3 , Z y , g . is , , , Q . , 58, A I ., ' 5 ' a, ' - I , 1' , yy 1 . . ' , ' . Y 1 . .X 1 l 1 l 1 y I - - A I .I I 1 0 - -S Q l , l Q - - V .r'. ' , : V ,T tg '- . ., ' 5 , o n a ' 'llnby "H '35 - .:' I 9 -. - t 'lf 9-9. :,,'-av, f 'V 4' 1. , , V 13 I-f fa f in 5.8 ""- L21 x Rf A I :H IQE V: I . iv W --is ' 4 ..,. "" ' I A ',.. ' ' K .3 ' A ' ' Jfh ie U w ' ' P l ' . 5 ' I am SQ DENSON, TOBIMYZ Jr. Civitan, '58, '59, '60. DIAL, PATRICIA: Torch Soc., '58, Latin Club, '58, Tri- Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Chaplain, '60, Homecoming Attendant, '58, '59, Sweetheart Contest, '58, '59, J. V. Cheerleader, '58, '59, Jr. Class Day, '59, Head Gradua- tion Usher, '59. DOLLINS, JUDY: Tri-Hi-Y, '59, '60, Future Nurses, '60. DONOFRIO, PAUL: Torch Society, '58, Honor Society, '59, '60, Forensic League, '60, Latin Club, '59, Bi-Phy-Chem, '59, '60, Corres- ponding Secretary Bi-Phy-Chem, '60, DORNE, JOHN: jr. Class Council. DOSCHER, GAIL. DRAPER, NANCY: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Graduation Usher, '59, Ivey's Junior Class Day, '59, Pep Club, '60, Swim- ming Tearn, '59, Torch Society, '58. DRAPER, WENDY: Honor Society, '59, '60, Torch Society, '58, '59, Senior Class Council, '60, Odasagiah, '60, Latin Club, '58, '59, '60, Anchor Club, '60, Bi-Phy-Chem, '59, '60, Quill and Scroll, '6O. DULIAS, CYNTHIA: Future Nurses, '59, '60. DURRANCE, SKIPPER. DWYER, PAT: Thespian, '59, '60, Secretary, Thes- pians, '60, Latin Club, '59, '60, Future Nurses, '59, '60, Tri-Hi-Y, '59, '60, Sophomore Class Council, '58, junior Class Council, '59, junior Class Day, '59, Senior Class Council, '60, Student Assistant, '60, Red Cross, '60, EDGELL, DIANN: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Stu- dent Assistant, '59, Pep Club, '60, Junior Class Day, '59, Gregg Writers, '6O. NESS 1 1- Discussing scholarships are Sally Bissinger, Ed Rinehart, Francine Simensky and Miss Thomas Tom my Denson Guidance on Scholarships : -GW' c, . , , , gh- 'Nl' 3 3 il ,. .' ,' i s 2 PaH'y Dial 'I' I 1 'Q' Wendy Draper Al fs ffiiz' if :KA Judy Dollins Paul Donofrio John Dorne Gail Doscher NGVWCY DVGPEV Cynthia Dumas Skipper Durrarice Par Dwyer Dmfm ECIQGH 39 'Nw -Aw 6 J aww .R if if ii' x 'Ma ' as , :,, . Mgr-mfg Edwards Nile Ellenbeclc Roy Elllnglon Jerome Evans Sara Jane Evans Belly Jean Farmer s aa Edgewater Clubs Present Kathy Edlund Carolyn Ensign Gloria Edmislon Donald Elhridge Jarvis Faullc Suzanne Felix A giff for iournelisfs is awarded fo Adie van Gelder by Carolyn Green and Shirley Hirshey. 40 EDLUND, KATHY. EDMINSTON, GLORIA, ED- WARDS, MONTE: Key Club, '59, '60, Latin Club, '58, '59, '60, Transferred from Lee, Jacksonville. ELLENBACK, NITA: Varsity Cheerleader, '59, '60, Captain Varsity Cheerleader, '60, Homecoming Attend- ant, '59, Head Graduation Usher, '59, Girl's State, '59, Student Council, '59, '60, Treasurer, Student Council, '60, Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Vice President, Tri-Hi-Y, '58, Junior Class Day, '59, District Student Council Convention, '59, Sweetheart Contest, '59, Homecom- ing Court, '60, F. T. A., '60. ELLINGTON, KEITH: Band, '58, '59, '60, Student Asst. 60. ENSIGN, CARO- LYN LEE: Choral Society, '58, E-Gals, '58, Future Nurses, '58, '59, '60. ETHRIDGE, DON. EVANS, JEROME: Band, '58, '59, Latin Club, '58, '59, '60, Campus Crusaders, '58, Pep Club, '60. EVANS, SARA JANE: Transferred from Baldwin Hi., Bryn Mawr, Pa., '58, junior Class Council, '59, Latin Club, '59, Torch Society, '59, '60, Tri-Hi-Y, '59, Treasurer, '60, Graduation Usher, '59, Junior Class Day. FARMER, BETTY JEAN: Pan American Club, '58, Choral society, '58, '59, '60, Tri-Hi-Y, '59, '60, Future Teachers, '59, '60, Girls Varsity, '59, Bach Festival, 58, Choralaires, '59, '60, Student Asst., '60, Future Nurses, '60, "Song of Norway", '59, "Vagabond King," '60, Choral Society Treasurer, '60. FAULK, JARVISL D. E. Club, 60, FELIX, SUZANNE: Latin Club, '58, F. N. A., '59, '60, Treasurer, F. N, A., '60. . fd N. 7 t ,gl H .I , ' .A it AvA,, , G5 I. -if :ei A X S K V Guy Ferlita Gloria Ferree Etta Fillman Dennis Flanagan Brenda Fleming Faye Florer Endless Ways for Seniors to FERLITA, GUY. FERREE, GLORIA: D. C. T. Club, '60. FILLMON, ETTA IONE: Art Club, '58, '591 Choral Society, '58, '59. FINCH, JUANITA: Choral Society, '58, '59, '60, E-Gals, '58, Bach, '59, "Song of Norway," '59, Edgewater Showboat, 58, "Vagabond King," '60. FISHER, JIM: Track, '58, '60, Football, '60, Transferred from Peerskill Military Academy, '59. FLANAGAN, DENNIS: Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Chaplain, Hi-Y, '59, Recording Secretary, Hi-Y, '60, Student Asst. FLEMING, BRENDA: Choral Society, '58, '59, '60, Student Asst. FLEMING, BRENDA: Choral Society, '58, '59, '60, Bach Festival, "Song of Norway", "Vagabond King", Jr. Class Council, '59, Sr. Class Council, '60, Tri-Hi-Y, '60, FLORER, FAYE: Tri-Hi- Y, '58, '59. FOLSON, RUTH ANN: Secretary of DCT, '60. FOOTE, JEANETTE: FHA, '58, '60, Soph. Class Council, '58, Campus Crusaders, '60, Student Assistant, '59, '60. FOUNTAIN, DAVID: Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Swimming Team, '58, '59, '60, Odasagiah Treasurer. '60, Senior Class Council, '60. Hi-Y Corresponding Sec., '60, Quill and Scroll, '60. FRANK, LINDA: Latin Club, '59, '60, Tri-Hi-Y, '59, '60, Transferred from Mamaroneck High School. FRANKLIN, BETTY: Soph. Class Council, '58, Jr. Class Council, '59. DE Club Treasurer, '60, Student Asst., Junior Red Cross, '59. FRANKS, DONNA ANN. FRASER, BARBARA: Torch Soc., '58. Latin Club, '58, '59, '60, Anchor Club, '59, '60, Gregg Writers, '59, '60, President, '60, Pep Club, '60. GANNAWAY, BILL: Band, '58, '59, '60. Dave Fountain Donna Franks li , r , ii , -:-" ' ' ,w ,f ,.,.' . . .5 '- 'nm . ' va s. -1 Kilim V f J -. sf. at 41 2' ' Ryo - . r. it , ' s kwi n' ,z Q .. ,, ., , Juanita Finch Ruth Folsom James risner Jeanette Foote Utilize "Spare Time" Linda Franlc Betty Franlclin Barbara Fraser Bill Gannaway et " 'ia , As Harv Hanna delivers his arguments, Wilson While and Marilyn Young confer on 'ihe rebuflal. , 'fy' Gary Gardner ' ' 5 Joan Gardner ,Q Q GARDNER, GARY. GARDNER, JOAN: Choral Society, '60, Anchor Club, '59. GEISLER, XVAYNE: Sporrsmarfs Club, '59, '60, Varsity Football, '59. GENTILE, LIBBY: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60: Secretary of Sophomore Class, '58, Secretary of junior Class, '593 J. V, Cheerleader, '58, Latin Club, '58, Torch Society, '58, '59, '60, Graduation Usher, '59, Junior Class Day, '59. GILES, INA L.: Gregg Writer, '58, '59, '60, DE, '59, '60. GILLAM, MARSHALL: Campus Crusaders, '58, '59, '60, Vice President, '59, President, '60, Odasagiah, '60, GINSON, LOUISE: Latin Club, '59, '60, Tri-I-Ii-Y, '59, '60, Junior Class Day, '59, Pan American Club, '58. GOLDMAN, SUSAN, GOWAN, PHILLIP: DCT. GRANT, SIDNEY. GRAY, SALLY: Latin Club, '58, '59, '60, Torch Society, '58, FNA, '58, '60, Senior Class Council, '60, Pep Club, '60. GREEN, CAROLYN: Pan American Club, '58, Art Club, '58, '59, '60, Chaplain, Art Club, '59, Secretary, Art Club, '60, Odasagiah Layout, '59, '60, Quill and Scroll, '60, Senior Class Council, '60. GUESS, MARGARET: "Song of Norway," '59, Choral Society, '59, '60, Clinic, '59, '60, "Vagabond King," '60. HADLOW, JOSEPH: junior Civitan, '58, '59, '60, Sophomore Class Council, '58, Junior Class Council, '59. HAGAN, LINDA: Torch Society, '58, J. V. Cheerleader, '59, Varsity Cheerleader, '59, '60, Latin Club, '59, Tri-I-Ii-Y, '58, '59, '6O. HALL, BUTCH. HALL, STEWART: Sportsman's Club, '58, 1, L I 0 1 , 5, Senza? rators Represent ..,,, Q ---" -A at f H mimi" lx 'Ramsar . ' 53, Wayne Geisler Libby Geniile lna Giles Susan Goldman Plnilip Gowan Sidney Gran? 42 at , 'L -.." ' Marshall Gillarn Louise Ginson Sally Gray Carolyn Green 59 60 Presrdent Sportsmans Club 59 60 Crvrtan 58 59 60 J V Basketball 58 J V Football 58 Varstty Baseball 58 60 Varsxty Basketball 59 60 E Club D9 60 Pep Club HAMILTON GAIL HAM XIER JUDY Transferred from NIunc1e Central Hxgh lndrana HANINA HARVEY Honor Socrety 59 60 Lattn Club Devotlons 58 59 60 NFL 60 Half Trme Announcer Football Season 60 FTA 60 HARDHN PAT Tr1H1Y 59 60 Vtce Presrdent Tr1H1Y 60 Art Club 60 Prom Decoratmg Co Chatrman 59 junror Class Day 59 Student Drrectory Cover 59 HARDY MICHELE Red Cross Rep 58 Oklahoma 58 Song of Norway 59 Vagabond Kmg 60 HARDY PETER Torch Society 58 59 Vxce Presrdent Torch Soctety 59 Honor Socrety 39 60 Latm Club 59 60 B1 Phy C em Club 59 60 Chess Club 58 59 O HARMS NANCY LEE Choral Socrety 58 EGals 58 Pan Amertcan Club 58 Torch Socxety 58 Lxbrary Counctl 59 Parlramentartan Lrbrary Coun cl 60 Honor Socrety 59 60 HARRINGTON ANN Tr1H1Y 59 60 Future Teachers Student Asst 60 Senror Class Counctl 60 HARRI SON BOB Transferred from Alamogordo New Nlexxto HARRISON HELTN Student ASSISIIHI 60 HARWLLL MARY ALICL Transferred from Harnes Ctty H1511 Hatnes Crty Florrda Annual Stlff 60 Honor Socxety 60 Art Club 60 ails? si awww lvlargarel' Guess Joe Hadlow Lmda Hagan Burch Hall Stawarf Hall Gaul Hamilton Edgewater Throughout State 111 Speakrng Congresses haw' Q' 3,652 . 2 awlaa r lv Wi 3? f A 'Ut 'Q' Judy Hanvner Harvey Harna Pal' Hardln lvlICl'lele Hardy Pelef l'lGfClY Nancy Harms Ann l-larrnngton Bob Harrlson Helen Harrrson Mary Harwell -13 . , - . , , I - - 3 l 7 3 I I 1 ' 'Q s' V , y r I . 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' ,1 A-1 ' 1 ' l 3 5- ? s "Sf 1 1 1 , , f' -and QQ' Sue Haynes Judy Heclcrnan Mary Ann Hill Delores Hina. Leonard Henry Wanda Herod Bill Higd Slwirey Hirsliey Joyce Hobbs Toni Hoclw Final Research Themes Pose Difficult Problems Eleanor Hodgeman Margaret Hogan Thomas Holiday John Hollar HAYNES, SUE: Future Nurses, '58, Gregg I '59 '60 Historian and Reporter '60 Tri Student Assistant, 60. HECKMAN, JUDY, 59 60 Senior Class Representative LEONARD F.. jr. Civitan, 59, 60, Honc ' , ' 4 ' ' , '6 Y Society 58 latin Club 59 HEROLD ANN. HINES, DELORES. Girls Varsity, Student Assistant, '59, '60, Odasagiah Repr '58 HIRSHEY, SHIRLEY: Odasagiah, '59, Club, '58, '59, '60, Quill and Scroll, '59, '60, '59, '60, Bi-Phy-Chem, '59, '60. HOBBS, President 'eos Tri-M '59 '60 President '60 Norway" '59 "The Vagabond King' '60 C 59, 60, E-Gals, 59, 60, All-State Chorus, 'ffl Pan American Club, 60, Thesapians, 60, T from Hampton High School, Hampton, HODGEMAN, ELEANOR. DCT Club, 60. MARGARET. HOLDEINIAN, SANDRA: Society, '58, Future Nurses, '58, '59, '60, L: 6 '58, Gregg Writers, '59, Student Assistant, ' DAY, THOMAS. HOLLAR, JOHN: Civiran Sandra Holdeman Jean Holler 4-1 Tri-H1-Y. 58. '59, '60, Music. '58, '59. I XVILLIAM: Student Assistant, 59, 60. HILI Color Guard '60' TtiHiY '60 HOC CARLA AINTOINETTE. Choral Society, 59 1 ..-fy. ' ' g g J s A P !'III!?l . ,rifrfiigr ,, ,-'rlzzesa arfw M 7 aiig ifr rg - - 4 J Q ' ' 2,216 - . , sf.. if ,V M S Monna Horning Bob Horrell Charles Howard Thomas Hulburt Eleanor Hurltt David Hurd The Hard Workting Seniors Chaplain, Civitan, Baseball, '58, '59, '60. HOLLER, JEAN: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Latin Club, '58, '59, '60, Senior Class Representative, '60, Transferred from Kingswood in Michigan, '59, HORNING, MONNA: Latin Club, '58, '59, Campus Crusaders, '59, '60, Girl's Varsity, '58, '59, '60, Student Asst., '59, '60. HORRELL, ROBERT: Bi-Phy-Chem., '59, '60, Torch Society, '58, HOWARD, CHARLES: FFA, '58, '59, '60, Treasurer, FFA, '60, Junior Varsity Football, '58, Varsity Football, '59, '60, Junior Varsity Baseball, '58, Varsity Baseball, '59, '60, Sports- tnan's Club, '59, '60, E Club, '59, '60, Vice President, E Club, '60. HOWARD, JUDY: Transferred from Northside High School, Atlanta, Georgia, '58, Tri- Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60. HOWARD, KENNETH: Choral Society, '58, '59. HULBURT, TOM: Chess Club, 58. HUNTT, ELEANOR: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Junior Class Council, '59, Junior Class Day, '59, Pan Ameri- can Club, '60, Pep Club. '60. HURD, DAVID, JACK- SON, ROBERT. JACOBS, DOROTHY: Choral So- ciety, '58, '59, '60, Tri-M '60, "Oklahoma," '58, "Song of Norway", '59, "The Vagabond King", '60, Tennis Club, '59. JACOBS, RUTH. JARRETT, PAT: Art Club, '58, '59, '60, Band, '58, '59, '60, Future Homemakers, '6O. , . he 1l,"?",! . . Judy Howard Kenneth Howard Robert Jackson Dorothy Jacobs Ruth Jacobs Pat Ja rrett 5' "?S'fJv-we Punled by Campbell's, Bob McAfee pauses as he helps Wendy Draper finish her research theme. 45 fm' ful W Mary Jefferis Charlotte Joerg with itfwofs it 'CQ-"' V .- .cs Bob Jenkins Jacquelin John ,Q R. , . .,g'.,w,, :xx rg W, si S Q " pi., - Q99 ,Q- A Rona'd Jernigan Elvin Johns JEEEERIS, MARY: Transferred from Howey Acad- emy, Band, '58, Tri-Hi-Y, '60, Bi-Phy-Chem., '60. JENKINS, BOB. JERNIGAN, RONALD: Rifle Club, '58, Student Council. '58, Bi-Phy-Chem Club, '60 JOERG, CHARLOTTE1 Anchor Club, '58, Treasurer, '60, Publicity Chairman. JOHN, JACQUELINE: Girls' Varsity, '58, Pep Club, '60, Student Assistant, '59, JOHNS, ELVIN: Choral Society, '58, '59, '60, Eagle- airs, '59, '60, Choralaires, '59, '60, Clinic, '59. JOHN- SON, DONALD: Transferred from Bishop Moore, Class President, '58. JOHNSON, JERRY, Latin Club, '58, '60, Chess Club, '60, Bi-Phy-Chem, '60. JOHN- SON, NANCY: Transferred from Springfield High School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, '58. JOHNSTON, THERON, Sergeant-at-Arms, DE Club, '60. JONES, JIMMY: Key Club, '58, '59, '60, Latin Club, '58, '59, '60, Golf Team, '59. JONES, KENNETH LEE: Key Club, '58, '59, '60, Latin Club, '59, '60, JONES, RICK: Latin Club, '59. JONES, SANDRA: Latin Club, '58, E-Gals, '58, Choral Society, '58, Student Assistant, '60, Tri-Hi-Y, '60, District Chorus, '58, JURAN, BAR- BARA: Honor Society, '59, '60, Torch Society, '58, Tri-Hi-Y, '58. '59. '60, Secretary, '59, '60, Blue Ridge Delegate, Tri-Hi-Y, '59, Future Teachers, '60. KAINZ, ROGER: J. V. Football, '57, '58, Transferred from Lakeview, '58. School Publication fliagle Eye Lauds -.""" ' g 3 41 Qu, ' Donald Johnson Kenneth Jones pts: '-0 utstanding , .:' Gy' 1' J iii- Q i r. V., -":, s ' .. -1""' "' 'I' r , t, 2: .,-' I ' ,. - 'Qgf Q. Q G x .J H E 5 an I 'f , A H i f f: if Jerry Johnson Nancy Johnson Theron Johnston JimrT1Y JONES Richard Jones Sandra Jones Barbara Juran Roger Kainz 40 KARL, GEORGE: Transferred from Balto, Student Assistant, '60, KARPIAK, JAMES: Transferred from Petersburg High School, Petersburg, Virginia, D. E. Club. KELLY, PEGGY: Gregg Writers, '59, '60, Secre- tary, Gregg Writers, '60, Secretary, D. E., '60, Tri- Hi-Y, '58, '59. KELLY, SALLY: Tn-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Fut. Nurses, '58, '59, '60, Torch Society, '58, Latin Club, '58, Student Asst., '60, Student Council Repre- sentative, '58, jr. Class Council, '59. KENDALL, GENE: Varsity Football, '59, '60, Junior Varsity Foot- ball, '58, Varsity Basketball, '59, .lunior Varsity Basket- ball, '58, Sophomore Class Rep., '58, Sportsman Club, '58, '59, '60, Jr. Civitan, '58, '59, '60. KENT, GENE: Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60 CTreas.J, Eagle Eye, '60, Sports Editor, Bi-Phy-Chem., '59, '60, Campus Crusaders, '58, Quill and Scroll, '60. KENT, GLORIA: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Art Club, '59, '60. CV.P., '59, '60J, F.T.A., '60, jr. Class Council Representative, '59. KILGORE, ROY: varsity Football, '59, '6o. KINNER, AARON: Transferred from Northside High School, Corning, New York. KIRKLAND, CAROL: D. C. T. Historian and Reporter, '60. KOPP, LOWELL: Transferred from Waite High School, Toledo, Ohio, Bi-Phy-Chem., '59, '60, President, Bi-Phy-Chem, '60, Chess Club, '59, '60, Secretary, '59, National Honor Society, '60. KUNZ, EMILY: Auto-Mechanics. Seniors In Biweekly Spot Af+er Kay Weiss interviews him for the Eagle Eye, Alfred Wahnish checks her notes for accuracy George Karl James Karpialt 5? l S R gan, , - Q . gee, Vi 13 ' - -- 2 Q , ' ww' -' 4 x ' Margaret Kelly Sarah Kelly Roy Kilgore Aaron Kinner Gene Kendall Gene Kent Gloria Kem' Carol Kirkland Lowell Kopp Emily Kunz 47 Ci 1 ' f at ' . " , hx . V N 1 X J' ' L .,,, , ' .5 ' J N-.1 G a and it G M Judy LeBre Jimmy Lee Richard Lee 1' Q Vinton Lharcl Bobby L'oyd Caroi Long X' 1 - Q I Q Q 0 AS bl Gf B Th ,,,. 9 so to II1 O 1C 1 t 1S t Q at Swan Lam James Lead LANE, STUART: Art Club, '58, '59, '60. LEACH, Donna Lionarci Sandra Lien? JAMES RTICHAEL. LeBRE, JUDY: Latin Club, '58, Kay Long Linda Long ' ,aff A i - A C fcssuxsv- ' ' ' C ff r 1, 9 L Admiring the Class of '59's gifl, Cindy Zellner and Tom Browning discuss wha+ 'lhey'll leave 48 '59, '60, Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Sophomore Class Council, '58, Choral Society, '58, '59, E-Gals, '58, '59g Future Homemakers, '59: Torch Society, '58, '59, '60. LEE, JHNIRIY. LEE, RICHARD: Transferred from DeLand High. LIENARD, DONN A: Arr Club, '60: Choral Society, '60. LIENTZ, SANDRA. LINARD, VINTON. LLOYD, BETTY: Anchor Club, '60, Dear1's Asst., '60, Choral Society, '59, jr. Red Cross, '59, '60, "Song of Norway," '59. LONG, CAROL: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Chaplain, 59, Torch Soc., '58, '59, Band, '58, '59, '60, Majorettes, '58, '59, '60, Sweetheart Contest, '59, Key Club Sweetheart, '58, State FFA Sweetheart, '59, Graduation Head Usher, '59, LONG. KAY: D. E., 60, Transferred from Fairmsont, Dayton, Ohio. LONG, LINDA: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59. Student Council, '58. LOVELL, RICHARD. LUCAS, HUGH: Band, '58. LUNDEQUAM, GARY1 D, C. T,, '59, '60. LUNS- FORD, RALPH: Transferred from Apopka Memorial High, Apopka, Fla., Choral Society, '59, '60, Bancl, '60. LYNCH, LARRY: Ciyitan Club, '58, '59, '60, Sports- man Club, '59, '60 MACALLASTER, ALAN: E-Club, '58, '59, '60, j. V. Football, '581 Varsity Football, '59, M. 1, .,-. 1 11. . I 8+ Y' 31 1 , we If I I 1 1, , ,,.,. . QI IIIIIIII II III: 11' ' , 1 Q , I ., , 11 'Y' 7 'Y' 1 -:I-.: 3' 0 ' M . 1 WG' ,rf 1 1Wr':gQQHMIHas1a:i 115:-5: " -1.1-: - iff: 'E8'ff'15f A3 35 ' 1? aff' Il 1 811153: 1' 'I 1 :.:::pgs:,.g: 1 f 1 '11-Q f -. , . 41111 1111 --'- - 11 II 1 WR 1 ,11 4V,m,m 28135 ff of I . a- - 1, 1 Rlchard Lovell Hugh Lucas Gary Lunclequarn Alan MacAl aster Nancy Macnamara Robert McAfee Years Seniors Help To Improve 60 Track 59 Swlrnmxng 58 59 60 MAC NAMARA NANCY KAY Tr1H1Y 58 59 60 Soph Class Councxl 58 Future Nurses 58 jr Red Cross Rep 60 Swxmmmg Team 59 MCAFEE BOB Honor Socmety 59 60 Key Club 58 59 60 II V Football 58 Il V Basketball 58 Glee Club 59 60 Pres1dent 60 Jr Red Cross 59 Soph Class Coun c1l 58 Tr1M 60 MCALLISTER SANDRA Lann Club 58 59 Torch Soc 58 Choral Soc 58 59 60 jr Red Cross 59 Anchor 59 60 Tr1M 59 60 MCBANE PHILA Transferred MCCABEB PATRI CIA Transferred from Altavxsta Hlgh School Alta vxsta Va EHS Thespxans 60 MCCREE MARGIE Mayorettes 58 59 60 Co-Captam Mayorenes 60 State and Nat1onalMa1orettes 59 Tr: H1Y 58 59 60 Band 58 59 60 Pan Ameucan 58 M DANIEL YVONNE Torch SOC 58 Honor SOC 59 60 FHA 59 60 H1stor1an 60 MCKNIGHT DAVE Junxor C1v1tan Club 58 59 60 Sportsman Club 59 60 I V Basketball 59 60 II V Baseball 58 Jr Red Cross 60 MCLEAN SOPHIE Latm Club 58 Future Nurses 58 Varsxty Club 58 Tn H1Y 60 MCMICHAEL FRANK C1v1tan Club 59 60 EClub 60 junlor Class Counc1l 59 J V Foot ball 58 Tennxs Team 59 60 Patricia McCalab Davrcl McKnight 125 emo? 40 112 1, 'J 11-11' MW Ne' Ralph Lunsford Sandra Mcfxlllsfer 11 Q I' ' l' ff' AH II , 1 Larry Lynch Phila M-:Bane the Eagle Campus Margorle McCree Sophie McLean if 1481 Yvonne Mcllanuel Frank Mclvlwchael -M1 I 7 ' 7 1 I 1 I - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' , I - - 1 1 1 I I 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 is ' , ' ' . ' . " - - 1 1 1 1 - . . ,L i 1 I 1 I -1 1 1 - 1 I II' I - 1 1 I 1 1 1 I - .- " - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I. - 1 I 1 I 1 'E - ' ' 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 IKI I ' ' ' . ' . . ' V ' 1 1 1 1 1 - ' " - . , I . , I . -1 " 1 1 ' 1 - 1 - I 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 I ,fn ' - 1 1 1 -, 1 11 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I - 1 1 1 II - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' " ' :III ,I 1 5 - 1 ' . , - ' ' ' . ' 1 -1 1 - 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 I - - 1 I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I . I .1111 . . , I . . , , I IIIIII 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 ": ' ' ' 1. I1 . ' . ' ' ' . ' ' 14 0 .' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' C' II -. I I 1 . 2 '- I , .I I ., I IIII ., 1 I .gm . I n Ir: 'I I . 6 .Ig 3 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 ' I, 1 1 3 1 ' ' '1 J 1 J ' 1 " ' " .- . A, ld ' X I' 1 I . . . 1 1 1 I ' I I ' I I I I I I , I 1 . 1 1 . - I ,. ' . I 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 - - 1 I '- 1 I 1 I - , . , . , . ,I I1 I 1 1 I - 1 I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' . , I - - 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 1 ' ' . ' . ' ' ' . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - - ' 1 I 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 I XX f it 2.2 .R fi., 157 ,av i i l l l Seniors, Sandra Ogrean. Leonard Henry and Bonnie Joe Runner awail "flue" momen+- gradualion. BICREYNOLDS, FRANK: Chess Club, '58, '60, Rifle Club, '58g Edgewater Bowling Team, '59, '60g Campus Crusaders, ceo. MALLARD, EDVVARD: V. FOOtball. MALLOY, BILL: DCT, '59, '60. MANN, HORACE: Band, '58, '59, '601 Bi-Phy-Chem, '6O1 Rifle Club, '6Og Radio Club, '59. MANN. JIMMY: Varsity Foot- ball, '59, '6O1 Swimming Team, '58, '59, '60, E-Club, '59, '60, J, V. Football, '58. MARKETTE, FRANK: Jr. Civitan, '59, '60, MARSHALL, GERALD: Honor Society, '59, '60, Safety Council, '60, Latin Club, '58, Bi-Phy-Chem, '59, MARTIN, DAVID: Civitan, '58, '59, '60. MARTIN, ROBERT. MARTINSON, JOHN: Torch Society, '58, Hi-Y, '60 Fire Marshall, '58, '59, '60, Odasagiah CSr. Class Eclitorj, '6Og Bi-Phy-Chem, '59, '60. MATHER, DIANE: Red Cross, '58, Library Council, '58, Transferred from Rumson High School, New Jersey. MATHEXWS, JOE: Sportsman Club, '59, '60, Jr. Class Council, '59, Sr. Class Council. '60, "E" Club, '59, '60, J. V. Football, '581 J. V. Basketball, 58, Varsity Football, '59,'60, Varsity Basketball, '59.'60. MATHIS, MELANIE: Transferred from Brenau Acad- emy, '58g Tri-Hi-Y, '59, '60, Safety Council, '59, '60, Red Cross, '59, Pan American, '60, Jr. Class Day, '59, Pep Club, '60, MAY. NANCY: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, Frank MeRe-ynolds '60, Campus Crusaders, '60, Pep Club, '60. MEALEY, Edward Mallard CAROLYN1 DE Club, '60, MEDLEY, SHARON: ar- Q " Graduation Ceremon For V sg. s-is-,.e. - A " ' f A 1 , Q 1'-, .. S Q . ky s . K 'A -H Q A- . Q P .y A i, I . ' V hw 5 9 K 5 2 ...nv ..- -. 2 'I ---v , . ...-. ' . . f . N x Ili, 'ill " P- 'fr , -I M ea 0- . L --L f . i t t s srr, . x ,fi . ,, , I , M .V E I . Bill Malloy Horace Marv' Jimmy Mann Frank Marlrelfe Gerald Marshall David Martin Reber? Marlin John Marfics. Diane Mather Joe Mathews 50 Library Asst., '59, '60. MEDLIN, MELANIE1 Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Latin Club, '58, '59, '60, Bi-Phy-Chem, '59, '60. INIERZ, BETH: Tri-Hi-Y, '59, '60. MILANICH, J. 1,1 Band, '58, '59, eo, Bi-Phy-Chem, J, '60. MILES, BRUCE: Transferred from Mt. Dora, C1 Art Club, '60. MILLER, JANET: Torch Society, '58, '59, Tri-Hi-Y, '59, '60, junior Class Representative, '59, Jr. Class Day, '59, Chairman Refreshments, '59 Prom, Transferred from Kent Place, Summit, New Jersey. MILLER, RICHARD ANDERSON: Hi-Y, '58, '59, Chaplain, Hi-Y, '60, Student Asst., '60, Bi-Phy- Chem, '60. MINICK, JUDY: Latin Club, '58, Honor Society, '59, '60, Library Council, '59, V. P., '60, Secre- tary, Gregg Writers, '59, '60, Chaplain, Anchor Club, '59, '60. MOBLEY, LINDA: Girl's Varsity, '59, '60, Vice President, Girl's Varsity, '60, Art Club, '59, '60, President Art Club, '60, Eagle Eye, '60, Art Editor, Odasagiah, '59. MOBLEY, NANCY: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, Tri-M, '58, '59, '60 Treasurer, Choral Society, '53, '59, '60, Student Assistant, '59, '60, "Oklahoma," '583 "Song of Norway," '59, "Vagabond King," '60, Choralaires, '59, '60. MONTGOMERY, AL: Torch Society, '58' Honor Society, '59, '60 CTreasurer, '60j, Fire Marshal '58, Chief Eire Marshal, '59, Latin Club, '53, '59, '60, Key Club, '58, '59, '60, Chess Club, '58, '59, '60, Oda- Sagiah, '5S. MOOREFIELD, PAM: Art Club, '59, '60. MORRISON, CAROLYN, Tri-Hi-Y, '60, Art Club, '60, Senior Class Council, '60. gag, , 1 v Melanie Mathis Sharon Medley --e'Q 5 'ms' , :: E , Q I ,. . :ei : Nancy May Me'anie Mecilin . if Caro'yri Mealey Beth Meri Class of 1960 Is Final Event In High School Career ?. 4,a,,t 5 for 5, 4 5 A" i X' J ' 'A is ' ,. ,. ,.., . , 5 Ee, ,ln , E '-- ' :-. ,"' :Wx ' .fl ' - V,,X, ,v 153339 J. J, Milanich Bruce Miles Janet Miller Richard Miller Judy Minicl Linda Mobley Nancy Mobley Al Montgomery Pam Mooreiielcl Carolyn Morrison 51 ,QW .--of 1545! GMM WW! Robe T Moshe N Semors A c .audits -if 1 Duane Ollner Paul O Nell ery Morsehrra Jrru NeSm th A-f"" James Murray Judy Newman wi "fe:-f Frances Nal ey Bonme Nara e Carol Nrehols Nellacleane O B ren D1spla utstandmg School Sp1r1t As They 'EW' NIOSHER ROBERT BIOTSCHMAN BEVERLY Honor Soc 59 60 J V Cheerleader 58 59 Cco captj Torch Soc 58 59 Graduatxon Usher 59 Tr1H1Y 58 59 60 CTreas 595 Latxn Club 58 Jr Class Day 59 MURRAY JINI VALLEY FRANCES Trl H1 Y 58 Chorus 59 Lxbrary Coun l 60 NATALE BONNIE Student Asst NEEL PHILLIP Choral SOCICIY 58 59 60 Stage Crew 58 59 60 NeSlVIlTH IIM NEWMAN JUDY Band 58 59 60 CCHPIHIH of majorettes 603 FFA Sweetheart Contest 59 NICHOLS CAROL C1ega I-hgh School Serv1ce Club 58 Choral Socxety Maporette 58 59 60 Band Lrbrarran 59 60 59 Tvsrrlmg Eaglettes Transferred from Boca Club 58 59 Busmess 58 59 60 OBRIEN Sandra Ogrean Marwon O Rorlf Edward Olsen Judy Oswald 09 NELLADEANE Band 58 59 60 Malorettes 58 59 60 EHS Sweetheart Contest 59 FFA Sweetheart 59 Band Lrbrarran 59 Head Llbrarran 60 Mem ber of Twxrlmg Eaglettes 59 OFFNER DIANE Future Teachers 58 CL1brar1an 59 Treas 605 Future Homemakers 58 Jr Red Cross 60 Tr1H1Y 60 OGREAN, SANDRA Safety Councrl Sec Treas , '59, '60, ODASAGIAH Photography Edrtor, 60, Assrst ant Busmess Fdrtor, 59, jumor Class Day, '59, Thes plans, 59, 60, N1ght of january l6th", Cookoos on the Hearth' Pep Club, 60, Trl H1 Y, '60, Latm Club, 58 OLSEN, EDWARD Torth Soclety, 58, '59, Honor SOCIETY, '59, 60, Latm Club, '58, B1 Phy Chem , 59, 60, Ches s Club, 60 ONEIL, PAUL Varsrty Football 59, 60, I V Football, '58, Track, '58, '59, 60, EClub, '58, '59, '60 O'RORK, MARIAN Art Club, 58, 59, '60, fChapla1n, 605, if . gr -if -, -I 1 , ' 5: E11 -':, H "" ' VD, , is 9 as L. .5 .xr 9 V 5' I nn' t ,..,aiW' 'i ,. Q' 3 William Owen Charles Palmer Betsy Parke Barbara Jo Pemberton Sandra Pemberton James Penny Guide The Red Pepper Club ODASAGIAH Editorial Staff, '60, Devotion, '60. OS- WALD, JUDY: Latin Club, '58, Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, 1 '60, J. V. Cheerleader, '59, Varsity Cheerleader, 60. OWEN, WILLIAM CBILLYJ: Sportsman Club, '59, '60, Club, '59, '60, J. V. Football, '58, Varsity Football, '59, '60, Varsity Basketball, '60. PALMER, CHARLES: Civitan Club, '58, '59, '60, Student Council, '58, Swimming Team, '59, '60, Red Cross, '58. PARKE, BETSY: Sophomore Class Council, '58, jr. Red Cross, '58, Latin Club, '60, Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Future Nurses, '58, '59, '60. PARROTF, SIDNEY: Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Student Council Rep., '58. PATTILLO, LARADA: D. C, T., '60. PEMBER- TON, BARBARA JO: Sophmore Class Council, '58, junior Class Council, '59, Senior Class Council, '60, Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Student Assistant, '60, Pep Club, '60, Jr. Class Day, '59, PEMBERTON, SAN- DRA: Sophomore Class Treas., '58, Homecoming At- tendant, '58, Sweetheart Contest, '58, F.F.A, Sweetheart Contest, '59, Tri-Hi-Y, '60, E-Gals, '58, Choral Society, '58, '59, '60. PENNY, JAMES. PERLBIAN, ELAINE: Transferred from North Miami High School. PETERS, BOBBY: Campus Crusaders, '58, '59, Bi-Phy-Chem, '59. PHARR, ANN: J, V. Cheerleader, '58, Varsity Cheerleader, '59, Homecoming, '58, '59, '60, junior Class Day, '59, Sophomore Class Council, '58, Choral Society Homecoming Queen, '60. PHEGLEY, BEV- ERLY: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Nurses Club, '60, junior Class Day, '59, Choral Society, '58, Pep Club, '60, District Music Contest, '58, -22 Sidney Parro'H' Larada Pafiillo Elaine Perlman Robert Pefers Ann Pharr Beverly Phegley Frih Schunclt and Kalhy Cooper of 'the Pep Club present the vicfory scroll +o Danny Rivenbarlr. 53 . I ,Q We f Q.. f"'? lephen Pnl ps Vwrgun a Pogue Acaclemle 749 Margarer Purcell John Rara Cl'-3" J mmy Pucker Mary Prcya++ Classes my Thomas Pusel Barbara Reese Judy Pohl Vwrgunra Prxrcha d PHILLIPS STEVE Radio Club 59 60 Latrn Club 58 PICKERIIL JIINIINIY POEIS IUDY Choral SOC 59 60 EGals 59 60 Barh Chorus 59 Song of Norway 59 Vasabond Kmq 60 Campus Cru saders 58 59 60 Annual Staff 60 POGUE VIR CINIA Annual Club Fd Asst Ed 59 60 Honor Socxety 59 60 FTA 58 59 Pres 60 Qulll and Scroll 59 60 Llbrary Councrl Tres 59 Hlstorlan 60 PREVATT MARY Art Club 60 St Asst 59 60 PRITCI-IARD VIRGINIA Choral SOC 58 59 60 EGals 58 Bach Glrls Chorus 59 Mrnstrel Show 58 Song of Norvsay 59 VagabondK1ng 60 Mxxed Chorus Drstrrct 8: State Contests Trl H1 Y 58 59 Hrstorran 60 Art Club 60 Graduatron Usher 59 PIJRCELL INIARGARET Tr1H1Y 5S 59 60 Latm Club 58 59 Odasagxah 59 lf Class Day 59 Student Asst 60 PUSEL THOMAS Transferred from East Hrgh Supenor W1scons1n QUINBY MIRIAM Honor SOCICIY 59 60 Anchor Club 59 60 Correspondrng Secretary Anchor Club 59 60 Senror Class Councrl 60 Lann Club 58 59 60 Student Asst 59 60 Torch Socrety 58 RAMAGE FARLANE Choral Socrety RAMSEY RODNEY RATA JOHN Band 59 60 Trans ferred from Sacred Heart Central Hlgh School Incllan apolrs Ind1ana REESE BARBARA DE 59 60 REEVES DANIXY Axalon Hrgh School Plttsburgh Pennsylwanta REINKING JOHN RENCHER BILL Student Councrl 59 Student Councll Vlce Presrdent Offer College Preparator Work xifialx ,pr ,sl Mmarn Qunnby Daniel Reeves ul Earlene Rarnage Rodney Ramsey John Re nlc ng l Ren Q . 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' m ay ' .5 ' ', ,xc 4, ' A 'f . ,, 'li ., :- dj ii., ' " i 54 22' Q Q E W Q 1 T' gf, ' y 4 Q ' x ' E F Bil clner '60, Key Club, '58, Parliamentarian, '59, Sr. Director, '60, International Key Club Convention, '58, Torch Soc., '58, '59, '60, Pres., '60, Boy's State, '59, Safety Council, '59, '60, V. P., '59, Baccalaureate Usher, '59. REYNOLDS, GAIL: Future I-Iomemakers, '60. RICH, SONJA: Gregg Writers, '59, '60, Vice President, '60, Student Asst., 60, Band, '58. RICHTER, FRED: Latin Club, '58, '59, '60, Treasurer, '59, President, '60, Honor Society, '59, '60, Pep Club, '60, Hi-Y, '60. RIDENOUR, HAROLD. RINEHART, EDWIN: Honor Society, '59, '60, Bi-Phy-Chem, '59, Chess Club, '58, '59, President, '60, Latin Club, '58, Torch Society, 58, '59, RISHELL, ELAINE: Future Teachers, '58, '59, '60, Secretary, '60, Library Council, '59, Secretary, '60, President, Junior Red Cross, '58, '59. RIVENBARK, DANNY: Civitan, '58, '59, '60, E Club, '59, '60, President, '60, J. V. Football, '58, Var. Football, '59, '60, J. V. Basketball, '58, Var, Basketball, '59, '60, Var. Baseball, '58, '59, '60. ROBERSON, SHARON: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Future Nurses, '60, junior Class Day, Campus Crusaders, '60, Pep Club, '60, Officer Asst., '60. ROBERTS, WINONA. ROBERT- SON, JOYCE: Transferred from Lakeview, '60, D. C. T., '59. ROBINSON, SUE: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Thespians, '59, '60, Treasurer, '60, Pep Club, '60. ROGERS, LINDA: Transferred from Leon High, Tallahassee, Choral Society, '59, '60, E-Gals, '59, '60, Bach Choir, '59, "Song of Norway", '59, "Vagabond King", '60, District Contest, '59, '60. Z 4 ,, J , fm' .,,,,- .sr To The Intellectual Semors .. -.Z .....-- ' Fred Richter Sharon Roberson Winona Robeffs -mw- 'ii 3-. Npfmi Warned of a difficult spelling fest, Fefe Hardy, Paul Donofrio and Jane Wooddell study 'franfically G-all Reynolds Sonia Rich Harold Rsaemw Edwin Rinehart naive Rislwell Danny Rivenbafk Joyce Robertson Sue Robinson Linda Rogers 55 as Gary Rollins Annefle Rowell Nancy Rogers Richard Rogers Kathleen Rountree Connie Rousalcis Robert Rumpf Bonnie Jo Runner 'Sb' Sfudenf council oFficers, Bell Rencher and V. Anita Ellenbaclt, paclt bundles for clothes drive. 513 Q., 4, fl' 31 214 , ' ' 5 Nancy Rood Millie Roth Mary Rowland Barbara Rudd Student Council Projects ROGERS, NANCY: Art Club, '59, '60, Choral Society, '59, '60, junior Class Day, '59. ROGERS, RICHARD. ROLLINS, GARY: Jr. Class Council ,'59, ROOD, NANCY: Student Council, '58, '60, Varsity Cheerleader, '59, '60, J. V. Cheerleader, '58, Red Cross Council, '58, Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Graduation Usher, '59, Pep Club, '60, -Ir. Class Day, '59. ROTH, MILLY LOU: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Sweetheart Contest, '58, Graduation usher, '59, Jr, Class Day, '59, Student Asst., '59, '60, Pep Club, '60, Gregg Writers, '60. ROUNTREE, KATHLEEN. ROUSAKIS, CON- STANCE. ROWELL, ANNETTE: NFL, '59, '60' Secretary, NFL, '60, Pan American Club, '58, '59, '60, Sweetheart Contest, '58, FHA Sweetheart Contest, '59, Art Club, '59, '60, Treasurer Art Club, '59, '60, Tri- Hi-Y, '58, '59, Chaplain, Tri-Hi-Y, '58, Glee Club, '58, E-Gals, '58, Torch Society, '58. ROWLAND, MARY THERESA: Transferred from Cedar Key High School. RUDD, NAN: E-Gals, '58, District Contest Chorus, '58, F.H.A., '60, Student Assistant, '60. RUMPF, ROB- ERT. RUNNER, BONNIE JO: Transferred, '58 from Point Marion High School, Honor Society, '59, '60, Latin Club, '58, '59, Historian, '60, FNA, '59, '60. RUSSELL, CAROLE: Gregg Writers, '59, '60, Treas- urer, '60, Varsity Club, '58, '59, DE Club, '60, Soph. Council, '58 RUSSELL, SHERRY: Graduation Usher, '59, Sweetheart Contest, '59, Choral Society, '58, '59, '60, "Song of Norway", '59, "Vagabond King". '60, Bach Choir, '59, Choralaires, 59, E-Gals, '59, '60, Eagle Eye, '59. RYBOLT, BILLY: Honor Society, '59, '60, Bi-Phy-Chem, '59, '60, Chess Club, '59, '60, Torch Society, '58, '59, Treasurer, Bi-Phy-Chem, '60, Treas- f . Ji" 3' Q E' .,.:.: - Carole Russell Sherry Russel? Judy Sansone David Saulpaw l' ' Bi'ly Ryboll Alice Schiridlebeclc Actively Backed By Members urer, Chess Club, '60. SALLES, NORMA: Transferred from Kenwood High School, Baho, Maryland. SAND- FORT, PAULINE: Choral Society, '59, '60, Bach, '59, Transferred from Winter Park High, District, '59, Vagabond King, '60, SANSONE, JUDY: Band, '58, '59, '60, Campus Crusaders, '59, '60, Jr. Red Cross, '59. SAULPAW, DAVID. SCHINDLEBECK, ALICE: Latin Club, '58, '59, '60, F.H.A., '60, Student Asst., '59. SCHOFIELD, ALAN: Sportsman's Club, '58, '59, '60, Jr. Civitan, '58, '59, 60, J. V. Football, '58, Var- sity Football, '59, '60, Sr. Class Council, '60. SCHUNCK, FRITZ: Torch Society, '58, Latin Club, '59, '60, Senior Council, '60, Key Club, '58, '60, E- Club, '59, '60, Tennis Team, '58, '59, '60, Transferred from Boone. SCHWEIKART, RAY. SCOTT, BOBBI: Transferred from Wfinter Haven High, '58, Tri-Hi-Y, '59, '60, Devotions, '60, Choral Society, 59, 60. SEALS, TOMMY: Soph. Class Council, '58, Vice Pres. Soph. Class Council, '58, Jr, Class Council, '59, Treasurer, Jr. Class Council, '59, Senior Class Council, '60, Vice Pres., '60, jr. Civitan, '58, '59, '60, Vice Pres., '59, President, '60, E-Club, '58, '59, '60, Sec.- Treas., '59, Sportsman's Club, '59, '60, Honor Society, '59, '60, Latin Club, '58, V. Football, '58, V. Basketball, '58, Varsity Football, '59, '60, Varsity Baseball, '58, '59, '60, Torch Society, '58. SEVILLE, PEGGY: Art Club, '58, '59, '60, Treas., '59, Art Club, Sgt. at Arms, '58, Tri-Hi-Y, '59. SHARK, JACQUIE: Office Asst., '58, '59, '60, Student Council Rep., '58. SHERMAN, CHARLES: Sportsrnarfs Club, '59, '60, E-Club, '60, Track, '58, '59, '60, V. Foot- ball, '58. Ray Sehweilcarl Peggy Seville 57 1 . s,ww,Q,g V' K ,...' K -, as H' Norma Salles Pauline Sandforf Alan Schofield Fritz Schunclf Of The Class of '60 Bobbi Stoll Tommy Seo's Jacqule Sharr Charles Sherman C? be wi i ig: X A- Cheerleaders Ann Pharr and Linda Hagan prepare +o leave for a big game by loading fheir car. Francis Sher 14" A' r F-- X' Barry Showa +er SHOR, FRANCIS. SHOXVALTER, BARRY: Choral Society, '59, '60, SIGHTLER, MYRA: May Lois Hol- brook Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Torch Society, '58, Pan American Club, '58, Safety Council, '59. '60, Publicity Chairman, '59, Secretary-Treasurer, '60, junior Class Day, '59, Student Assistant, '59, '60, SIMENSKY, FRANCINE: Latin Club Vice President, '60, Latin Club, '58, '59, '60, Torch Society, '58, '59, '60, May Lois Holbrook Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Annual Staff, '60, Pep Club Secretary, '60, junior Class Day, '59. SIMMS, JOHN S., III. SIMS, JANET: Choral Society, '58, '59. SKINNER, CLAUDIA: Choral Society, '60, Trans- ferred from DeKalb Community High School. SLAGLE SHIRLEY: May Lois Holbrook, '60, Student As- sistant, '59, '60, Gregg Writers, '60, SLESNICK, LES: Torch Society, '58, '59. SMELTZER, MARY LOU: Gregg Writers, '59, '60, President Gregg Writers, '60, National Honor Society, '59, '60, Senior Class Council, '60, Student Assistant, '60. SMITH, ANNE: Sopho- more Class Council, '58: Latin Club, '58, Junior Class Council, '59, Art Club, '60, May Lois Holbrook Tri- Hi-Y, '60, Student Assistant, '60. SMITH, CHERRY: Junior Varsity Cheerleader, '60, Student Council, '59, '60, Graduation Usher, '59: May Lois Holbrook Tri- Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, junior Class Day, '59. Fi' Seniors Lead Cheerleaders - feel: : 1 y Nwwe,--ar' - , MVP SlC3'll'e' l:lal'Cl09 Slml'5llY John Sirrwres Janet Sims Caudia Skinner Slllflei' Sl5Ql9 Leile S'9Sf'lCk Mary Lou Smeltzer Arne Smirh Cherry Smilh SMITH, CURTIS: Honor Society, '59, '60, Torch Society, '58 CTreas.j, Bi-Phy-Chem, '59, '60, Radio Club, '59, '60, Chess Club, '58, '59, '60. SMITH, DAVID. SINIITH, DIANE: D. E. Club, '59, '60, SMITH, GARY: Band Asst., Student Director, '58, Stu. Dir., '58, '59, '60, Optimist Club, '58, Future Teachers, '58, Red Cross, '58, '59, Yearbook Photog- rapher, '58, Camera Club. SMITH, JUDY: Band, '58, '59, '60, Future Nurses, '58, '59, '60, Student Asst., '60. SMITH, LINDA: "Song of Norway," '58, E-Gals, '58, Choral Society, '58, Tri-Hi-Y, '58, D E Club, '59, SMITH, PATTY: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Pan Ameri- can Club, '60, Vice President, F. H. A. Treasurer, '60. SMITH, THOMAS. SNYDER, CAROLE JANE: Tri- Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Jr. Red Cross, '59, '60, Tennis, '59, '60, D. C, T., '60. SOLBERG, LINDA: D C T, '60. SOMMERVILLE, PENOLOPE: STANTON, CLAIRE: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Vice President, '59, Latin Club, '58, Thespians, '58, '59, '60, CPres., '60J, Sr. Class Council, '60, Graduation Usher, '59, jr. Class Day, '59, Pep Club, Student Council Representative, '58, STARCHER, RICHARD. STARLING, MOLLY: Safety Council, '58, '59, '60, President, '59, Tri-Hi-Y, '59, '60, Student Asst., '58, '59, '60. jr. Class Council, '59, Junior Class Day, '59. STEPHENS, RONNIE: FFA. '58, '59, '60, Historian, FFA, '59, President, FFA, '60. STEPHENS, WALTER: Jr. Civitan, '59, '60. In Promoting Pep For EdgeWater's Fighting Eag c X' T 'J' 'F f gr 5 Patty Smlflsl Thomas Smith Claire Stanton Richard Starcber ,Q "" Q Ji ,Q,, :--2: ii? fy, Bob Sterling Jim Strong Classes su , E' 9- OH 2 --yr k --sss , Butch Swoszowslci David Tegetholl' MNH E-I Gu 1 'CS' 'Hr i s " 5 x J - 5, .,, ,Nb Y' ,f ' sk A:':: ,r-'NN :V- John Stevenson Melody Slraiicri Donna Street Vickie Strimgfield Joy Sullridge Reudean Sullon Stephen Summers Dot Sweezy In Physics And Chemistr Promote Interest H -? 'HK Glenn Tarris Lorene Taylor Geraldine Terbune Lorraine Te-rrnan GO STERLING, ROBERT: Transferred from Winter Park High School, '58, Key Club, '58, '59, '60, J. V. Foot- ball, '58, Baseball, '58, '59, '60. STEVENSON, JOHN: Band, '58, '59, '60, STRATTON, MELODY: Choral Society, '58, Gregg Wrirer's, '59, '60, Yearbook Stag, '60. STREET, DONNA: Latin Club, '58, Devotions, '60, Future Homemakers, '60, Sophomore Class Council, '58, Junior Class Council, '59. STRINGFIELD, VICKIE: FTA, '58, '60, Band, '58, Student Asst. STRONG, ,llM. SULFRIDGE, JOY: Future Home- makers, '58, '59, '60, President, '60. SULTON, REU- DEAN: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Art Club Vice-Presb dent, '58, Red Cross, '58, SUMMERS, STEVE: Art Club, '58, '59, '6O. SWEEZY, DOT: Transferred from Central Islip High, '58, FTA, '59. SWOSZOWSKI, BUTCH: Civitan, '58, '59, teog Football, '58, '59, E-Club, '60, Baseball, 60. TARRIS, GLENN: Band, '58, '59, '60, TAYLOR, LORENE: Anchor Club, '59, '60, Future Teachers, '60, Student Assistant, '59, Bach Festival Chorus, '59, E-Gals, '59 "Song of Norway," '59. TEGETHOFF, DAVID: Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, N.F.L., '60, Latin Club, '58, '59, Pep Club, '60, TER- HUNE, GERALDINE: Tri-Hi-Y, '60. TERMAN LORRAINE: Torch Society, '58, '59, '60, Tri-Hi-Y, 1 '59, Band, '58, '59, '60, Assistant Secretary, '59, Secre- tary-Treasurer, '60, x J' g ,,:,, TJ! X Y 'st we ' If t ., RQ , ui -3' 5' ' r T A H-2' Peter Thibodeau Edna Thollander Randy Thomas Richard Thompson Tina Tinsley Roger Tome 'H ,I-J' Q vi . . it Q, do od y t In Sc1ence Among Semmfs Y a , ia LANDER, EDNA: Transferred from Apopka Me- morial High School, Tri-Hi-Y, '59, '60, Pep Club, '59, '60, Choral Society, '59, '60. THOMAS, RANDY: Honor Society, '59, '60, Latin Club, '59, '60, Bi-Phy- Chem, '59, junior Class Representative, '593 Torch So- ciety, '58. THOMAS, RUTH: Pan American, '58, Latin Club, '59, '60, Campus Crusaders, '59, '60, Bi-Phy- Chem, '59, '60. THOMPSON, GORDON. THOMP- SON, RICHARD: Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60. TINSLEY, TINA: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60, Torch Society, '58, Latin Club, '58, '59, Sweetheart Contest, '58, '59g Graduation Usher, '59, Sophomore Class Representa- tive, '58: Junior Class Day, '59, Pep Club, '59, Senior Class Secretary, '60, TOME, ROGER: Band, '58, '59, TRIPPE, ANN: Student Assistant. TUCKER, PATRI- CIA: Student Assistant ,'60g District Chorus, '58, '59, '60, State Contest for Chorus, '59, E-Gals, '58, '59, '60, "Song of Norway," '59, "Vagabond King," '60, Bach Mixed Chorus, '59, Future Home Makers, '60. TUNICK, LARRY: National Forensics League, '58, '59, '60, Bi-Phy-Chem, '58, '59, '60. TURNER, LAR- RY: Latin Club, '59, '60. Ruth Thomas Gordon Thompson Ann Trippe Larry Tuniclr Pal' Tucker Larry Turner i 9' si "-,If 'I '?"'!""-1 To study wave properfies, Curlis Smith and Fred Widerman use a ripple lanlr and sfroboscope. G1 QW in NI' 1 !"'N fa 'CSP Nancy Urban Roberta Van Dnna Van Mee belce Joyce Vaughn Senior TW1fl6fS Lead QQ 1.5 t-:gp E -A Tommy Wagner Roy Wagoner Ann Wall lc e or David Wanner Ad e VanGe'de Nancy Vauczhn URBAN, NANCY ANN: Transferred from Boone '59g Pep Clubg Junior Red Cross, '60g F.H.A., '6Og Music, '58, '59, '60, VAN, ROBERTA: Transferred from Brookline High School, Brookline, Mass. VAN GELDER, ADRIANNE: Odasagiah Staff, '58, '59, ,601 Editor in Chief 60 Anchor Club 59 60 Honor Society 59 60 Qu1ll8c Scroll 59 60 President 60 Torch Society 58 59 Latin Club 58 VAN MEERBEKE DIANA Oklahoma 58 Song of Norway 59 Vagabond King 60 DCT 58 59 VAUGHN JOYCE Band 58 59 Colorguard Co Captain 60 Art Club 59 Tri H1Y 59 Future Homemakers 60 Student Asst VAUGHN NANCY Music 59 Art Club 58 DE Club 60 VVAGNER THOMAS WAYNE J V Football 58 Key Club 58 WAGONER ROY WAHNISH ALFRED Key Club 58 59 60 CPres and Lt Governor 602 Student Council 60 Red Cross 60 Pep Club 60 Inter Club Council 60 WALBROEL CHARLES Latin Club 58 B1Phy Chem 60 Student Asst 60 WALLEKER ANN Tri H1Y 60 Choral Society 59 60 Swimming Team 58 59 60 Art Club 59 60 Song of Norway 59 Va2abondK1ng 60 WANNER DAVID Key Club 58 59 60 Student ational Champion Majorettes fu' 111. but 'Q -I-'I' I qi' red Walnnrsh Charles Wa'broel Wvlluam Wall: Cathy Warvow Betty Weber Frank Wevse 02 1 I 1 1 I i 3 I I 1 - 1 1 I - 1 1 I - 9 7 I Y 3 ! l 1 I - 1 1 I - 1 I Y 3 7 3 ' I 1. 11 1 I 11 1 - 1 1 11 1 I 1. - 11 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 - -1 1 1 I 1 1 I - 1 - 1 1 1 . , I , I . . , I I ' 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 5 , A 4 I 1 1 l 1 ' 1 Z ' .1 ' ' . ' . ' W- 1I""':' 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 ' 1 'Ts ' . ' . I A , ' ' 1 1 1 1 : " 1 I ,A ' 5 ' i ' gp ,W 1 I W 1 1 , I . I I , W 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 - 1 I 1 I 1 I -' A Y 3 I ! Y I . , I . I - , . , . - 1 I - 1 I 1 EI II ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1 -1 - ! ' - . 7 7 ! 1 1 I - - 1 1 1 I 7 9 5 Y 3 l Y 1 1 I .. I I11 1 I.. - 11 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 I I 1 1 I 1 - 1 1 1 1 i r 'C - I1- 1 l I I O I N ,. 1 I- . 5 V ' ' ' ' 51 Q et ,ji ' - 1 1 . -1? QI 1 . 5 , W' 5 1 k I , ,I 1 I I 5 1 1 , ' f11'1 1- 1 .1 1- I 1 1 11 A W 1 ' I :-: .,,. . 1- , 1 ,IM 1, 1 . I I. 11' I , ' " 'i 5 :ri L3 nr ,ay -1 I K 'I 11 3 -. 1- 1 1 A I 3 4 ' IIIII I1 , I I I an S' Ah ' ' ' -4 1 Asst., '59, '60. WARLOW, CATHY: Pan-American Club, '58, '59, Arr Club, '59, '60, Tri-Hi-Y '58, '59, '60, Swimming, '58, '59. WEBER, BETTY: Gregg Writers, '58, V. Pres., D. E. Club, '59, '60. WEISE, FRANK: Sportsman's Club, '59, '60, Football, '60. WEISS, KAY: Honor Society, '59, '60, N.F.L., '60, Eagle Eye, Co-Editor in Chief, '60, Torch Society, '58, Secretary Torch Society, '58, Devotions, '58, '59, '60, F.T.A., '59, '60, Student Asst., '58, '59, Student Coun- cil, '58. WHITAKER, LINDA: Pan American Club, '58, Tri-Hi-Y, '60. WHITE, WILSON: N.F.L., '58, '59, '60, Chaplain, N.F.L., Latin Club, '58, Key Club, '58, '59, WIDERMAN, FRED: Torch Society, '58, Honor Society, '59, '60, Key Club, '60, Eagle Eye Photographer, '58, '60, Quill and Scroll, '59, '60. WILKINSON, BOB. WILLIAMS, ELZORA: Choral Society, '58, '59, '60, "Song of Norway", '58, "Vaga- bond King", '59, Jr. Red Cross, '59, '60, Student Asst., '60, WILLIAMS, JANICE: Girl's Varsity, '59, '60, Student Asst., '59. WILLIAMS, SUSAN: Tri-Hi-Y, '58, '59, '60. WILSON, GERA LEE: Student Council, '58, Jr. Class Play, '59, Transferred from Tavares High. WILSON, JULIA. WILSON, BOBBY. WINN, MICHAEL: Band, '58, '59, '60, Dance Band, '58, '59 '60. s In High Stepping Style ' 1 an "r I S 1 y . 149' V- lu.. ,lb in 49" . 4' -ski Wilson Wlwile Fred Wlderman Roberf W lonson Elzora Williams Janice Williams SUSGVI Wl"lamS Gere Lee Wilson Julia Roberl W lgon Michael Wim W Jane Weoddell Mari'yr' Young wa Q, 5 M . 'Z' V',A ' 'A 2 A--E- rf" fi .ff is it t,wr'5"' Qwva . few gi , - George Worley Bob Worlham Jon Zabel Cindy Zellner inn Janel' Wright Lynda York Janet Z mrner Marene Hart As she ascends the slairs 'lo her bedroom upon returning from the Junior- Senior Prom, Pally Dial dreamily reflects over lhe unforgettable evening. Flourish of Activities Closes ut Senior Year WOODDELL, JANE: Student Council '581 Torch Society 58: Honor Society '59, '60 fVice President '60Dg Latin Club '58, '59, '60 CChaplain '60Dg Anchor Club '58, '59, '60 fVice President '60Dg Annual Staff '60 CAsst, Business Managerbg Girls Varsity '59, '60 lSecretary 'erm Red Cross Council '59 l'Secretz1ry '59H. XYORLEY, GEORGE. XWORTHAM, BOB: Band '58, '59, '60, XVRIGHT, JANET: Art Club '59. YORK, LYNDA: Choral Society '58, District Chorus '58g E-Gals '58, Student Assistant '60, YOUNG, BIARILYNZ N. F. L. '58, '59, '60 fPr6sident '6OJg Eagle Eye '60 fCo'Ediror in Chieflz Honor Society '59, '60 CSec- retary '60jg F. T. A. '59, '60 lLibrarian '6O11 Latin Club 58, '59, '60, Anchor Club '60, Torch Society '58g Devotions '59, '601 Student Assistant '59, Tri-Hi-Y '583 Quill 8: Scroll '60 lChaplainJg Interclub Council '60. ZABEL, JON: Band '58, '59, '60g Senior Class Council '60. ZELLNER, CINDY: Student Council '60 fSecretarylg Torch Society '58, '59, '60 CSecretary '59, '60Dg Thespians '58, '59. '60 CVice President '6ODg Tri- Hi-Y '58, '59, '60 CPresident '58. '59, '60Qg Latin Club '58, Pep Club '60, Graduation Usher '59, Girls State, Sophomore Class Council, Junior Class Day. ZIMMER, JANET: Tri-Hi 59, '60g Gregg Writers '59, '60, Student Assistant '59, '60, Transferred from Scotch Plains, New Jersey. S. 5? w Q , it h 11 'Gum 534 if -.wi The Class of 1961 Baby Eagles no more but not qulte the h1gh and mrghty senlors, we, the members of the 1un1or class, be gan our year as 1n betweens with amb1t1on and enthu slasm At the sound of the first bell the year officlally began, and we entered Edgewater wonder1ng what was 1n store for us as lunlors Wastlng no t1me, we 1mmed1ately tackled the 1n1t1al ntem on our agenda, the sophomore welcome party, wh1ch was to make the sophomores feel completely at home 1n their new school Hav1ng accompl1shed th1s, we moved on to our next b1g proyect of the year, the Homecommg Dance The theme of the dance, Stalrway to the Stars, was carrled out rn expl1c1t detail, for the gym was trans formed mto a wonderland w1th a rrsrng starrway leadxng up to a galaxy of stars These effects produced a perfect cllmax to the victorious game agarnst Paxon Everyone workmg on Ivey s Day pol1shed up his techmque 1n sales manshxp and wrllfngly d1d hrs part to make th1s annual project the most successful ever held The junior class gave a talent show early fn the Sprmg Many acts were presented, and among them were songs, dances and pantomrmes We felt proud of the members parncxpatfng who capably dfsplayed such a w1de range of talent, show Shown riding in +he Homecoming Parade are fhe officers of The Junior Class, Sharon Smith, freasurer, Ned Flemming, vice-presidenf, D. Wrighf, secrefary, Jeff Becker, president Mrs. Enard +he sponsor of fhe Junior Class carefully checks some plains for fhe highhghf of fhls school year fhe JunlorSen1or Prom SNK mg the versanltty of our class The jumor Sen1or Pror 1 was probably the most exc1t1ng and srgnrficant event of our year Wfth great expectanons, both the junrors and senlors looked forward to th1s gala occasron As we spent many an hour plann1ng each mfnute detafl, we real1zed that a dance IS not a momentary thmg but the product of weeks of hard work At last the mght we had looked forward to for so long had arrrved Excrte ment could be felt 1n the a1r as each person entered the exqu1s1tely decorated Youth Center As we saw the couples dancing to the rhythm1c melodles and heard sounds of laughter and garety everywhere, we srghed deeply with relief and proudly patted ourselves on the back for a dffficult yob well done When we encountered those ever dreaded semester exams, we burned the m1dn1ght oil hopxng to pass w1th flyfng colors T1red and weary, we were rewarded for all our efforts as we real1zed that a fun filled summer was here at last At the sound of the Hnal bell the year was officially closed and we found rt almost rmposslble to belreve that we were no longer rn betweens but at last were high and mfghty semors' Anncrpatfng our semor year, we were wfstfully remmrscent of the past u I . , - . 3. 2 s lil X Ni 2 K if ' ,, 1 A x , I ' R 2 ' 3' 1 nu, u an - u - - ' ' . ,, . . . - - . ' ' - ' A N. ,, . . . . . 1 - ' 1 u u Q ' ' v 7 1 o s s Q o o ' u ' n - ' ' . . . . ,, . . . ,, - . ' 7 . , . . . . . . . QI' YY , - . . . . U . . ,, . . . . . , :A me G r A I il J' iv-'HV -, "'f X ,Q - zz. A A,', A,,' I -IwE?"i' y " V i""'if 3 52... .AL IQ, fbi , ax l Marfha Adlrinson Tom Ailcen Ronald Alberi Darla Albrech+ Billie Anderson Elaine Anixi' Pai Arneff Harold Arneif Gary Arnold Virginia Arra Curiis Ashcrofi Dan Ashlin Bonnie Augensfein Perry Audoyan Jay Aveni' Carey Ayers NeHie Balmer Fred Barfield E ' ' H B Y I Charles Barnes Don Bafchelor Charles Baxley Don Baxier Judy Bax+er Sara Jane Beabouf Jeff Becker Karen Beirl Jimmy Bellizio Carol Bishop Sieve Bissinger Lore+fa Blackburn Mary Ann Blalrely Bonnie Block Sharon Bloodworfh Chloe Bohlman Beverly Boone Bonnie Borda Jimmy Bosfon Charles Bracewell Louis Bracewell M 'Du we ff Jeff Becker, Junior Class president congrafulafes Sophomore Class presidenl, Richard Flefcher, al' lhe Sophomore Welcoming Parly. UNTO CLASS Karen Burlxharl' Roger Carlson Diane Chenaulf 'Q' l li, iff ,E f Marilee Bufler Gerald Cannell Cafhy Chesser 'er ,si XM Qtvv J x as 'Z' X- ff' 'Q' , Q' 'GO' 'QSTY N-.J I Russel Briclrley Marvin Broolcer Sharon Browning Georgia Bruce Diclx Bryan? Jim Buie Beverly Brown Dan Bruner Elaine Burlrharl Treatin So homores To Welcome Sandy Bu+Ier Mary Kay Carpenfer Kalhy Clapp S P Lee Byers Phyllis Carpenler Nilrlri Claylon John Campbell Fran Carrulh Ginger Cloclradale "w, 1 Ya X x N 1 .. A . , +" if ff ,, .. in TN -no 'ff' Earl Can+rill Annelle Carswell Herberl' Cole Diane Carden Carol Cavanaugh Russell Cole 1-5 -40' 1? Q I . - 'S' :un v X Qi' F ,A 3 , C- "a - K 1 ,,.. . -ln A l' 'Pr Greg Collins David Colwes Joyce Collins BeHy Sue Connell Randy Cooper Pal .C0fl9lf1 Joan Corey Marfha Coward Peggy Coy Nancy Crable Arfhur Craffon David Cf05l-'JY Arlhur Crummer John Dame Barbara Dann Paul Davidson Susan Davidson Ann DBVIS Part , To Start Year With A Bang Janice Davis Kay Dollar Judy Dunn 1 ,. 4 1 I Peggy Davis Sandy Dooley Jean Earnesr Q- imc I 1' - 1 I 1 Sinfhia Davis Carolyn Denham Barron Diefenderfer Sandy Dorrell Richard Dowling Sharon Douglas vid Edwards Charlorfe Elsen Phili Es'rabroolc fl Lf. 'Q' UN IGR CLASS Pere Dingelday Roger Dixon Doris Dozier Darryl Dryer John Eihier Sammy Evans A iLl.. i I army' . A -x.. Q 'sf y in , , a ' nl Lf ii' A L ill PQ my 9 in . , i if Q r Q SQA N Mary Farnum Marie Farnell Marilyn Faullmingham Shirley Faullringlwam Felice Felzenberg Sally Fiedler Diane Fi+1gerald Carol Fleisher Gary Fleming Ginger Fleming Ned Flemming Jeff Flemming Gary Ford John Freeman Maxine Friedlander Roberl' Fra++elli Jerry Freis Elaine Gascho IU IOR CLASS Marie George Slwiela Gorlwem Gloria Greenland iv- lv" surf, e. A 1 ,,,, fi 6? me ,nav A 4 s x Carolyn Finley Mary Flyni Ruflw Garricl: Changing G m To Starr Wonderland Riclr George Beverly Gould Tommy Grimes 1 pq , 'CL' Qs.. A . in f 19' in YT Connie Gibbs Bill Grannis Carol Gross . 5 X Wt M 9 ,, 1 isa., 'x ,f y Joline Gilchrisf Cindy Granf Phil Guess I K , 'r Q iq Warren Goff Jean Granf John Hadley r F34 - 'hh 'es Marilyn Gooding Larry Greene Be++y Hall 9 ll , f"' in 3 ,L ,N ' , is ,. - 1 A Q A ' i Q K5 7 ' :HK " ., I -1,2 Q F " 5 ' 1 1 X ...gn , 1? i., Y Y H3 A ,4Y'a , or ., . 9 W 8 A Ka ,fe N 7 Bobby Sue Jackson Mary Jackson Nancy Jenkins Joan Jensen Edgar Johnson Linda Johnson Oleefa Jackson Befry John Siephen Johnson Nancy Jenkins Brenda James Sue Jasionowski Becky Jenkins Allen Johnson Beverly Johnson Carhy Johnson Doro+hy Johnson Andra Joiner Barbara Jones Buddy Jones Floyd -l05lYn IU 1011 As Scene For Homecoming Dance Sieve Kany Milford Kelly Tom Kirkland Richard Ka+z Jerry Kelly Hal Knowles 'Sf' Barbara Keller Toby Kessler Sharon Lackey CLASS Geiiing 'Phe fransformaiion of 'ihe gym under way for 'ihe Homecoming Dance are iuniors Carowin Wrighi, Ned Loffon, and Ne++ie Baker. Ti '::': H1 J , l a: 4 s A 1 I Verlon Harkema Joe Harper Judy Harper Cissy Harris Lawrence Harrison Jean Hawkinson Tom Hazel Bu+ch Hearn David Herman Chuck Herold Runald Herrick Ara Ann Herring Priscilla Herring Gary Helrick Janel Hicks Lewis Hicks Annelfe Hill Bob Hill Judy Horfman Judy Holley Sue Holi' U IOR CLASS Facing the Dreaded Semester Exams - Having finished one semesler iesf, fhese five brain-weary Eagles +ake a break al Anderson's Res+auran+ before 'fackling anclher one. Taking 'lheir lime are Gloria Greenland, Sara Jane Beabouf, Mary Pilcher, Fran Syberl, and Beverly Boone. "'-1-ga.-- flies Exit? -.0 'QL 7 Billy Bob Howard Barbara Hudgins Judy Hunl' 3 Oli i Rulh Howard Bumpy Hughes Phil Hur? gs.. ,,.f 3 in Bill Hudson Phyllis Hughes Larry Hulcheson x1' . .FY asf! ,dw k i A X 2: M ., 4 ' . V'-. " .fi-'I , . ,Y i i 9 919. ES.-fJ . -1 . ,M A .:,. Q J L L g g ,uiyui . E. 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S N a ,P , , its A Q-A e if L, gk Q, ty, A' Shirley Laughbridge Sanford Libman Charloiie Long Bill Leach Lou Ann Lindsey George Long JU 1011 Thomas Laclmey Jaclcie Lafler Leroy Lamey Charlene Landl' Joanne Langford Carroll Lee Earl Leirler Harold Leiffer Bill LeMosy Leroy LeViqne Larry Lyon Joanie Lip+on Ned Lofion Marilyn Loglie Belly Jean Long Sh' W'rhR1'fAC 1' Dlcll l-CPN Pal l-Oilman Wandell Lovejoy Roger Lovell Linda Lynch Gary MacPherson Jim McAuliffe Danna McCullers Douglas Mccluslrey Marfha McDuffie JOl'1n MCKey Sue McKiH'riclr Mary Jo McManus Ka'rhy McNeil Janef McWhorfer Q 'xx 4 ,mn 'Q'- z 1 o -J if 1- 5 mf-' 7 yr I' ,Aix A K 'Q' CLASS Pele Maclaren Larry McGraw Linda Malson go Q 9 X in if A ,Aw 5 Q, 9, V ., gg, W W g 3559 J . y iz? -5 A " gf- Q' ' 7 Q I Karen Marion Helen Marfin Jo Ann Marlin Kennefh Marlin Jolm Marlin Marfy Marlinson Janice Ma++l'1ews Susan Maifhews Donifa Maflwison Mary Maudlin Bill Mead ' Judy Meilin Housfon Mel+on Marilyn Menges Judy Miller Emily Mills Maiorie Mills Sara Mole I E t' S 1 h' T h ' T John Mon+es Prissy Moore Sandie Moore Sandy Moore Sally Moore Reber? Mooreield Aurora Morgan Sherry Morgan Jane? Morrison Neal Moseley S+eve Moul Barbara Neal Tommy Neely Jeanne Neff Joanne Neff Kafhy Nelson Tommy Newman Beverly Neuhari John Nicewonger Freddie Nu'Her Uhr N f ij? 2 of ., 5 Q. Q .1.1"' ee we Q gal 1 T wilwk l Y? ' Q 1 WF 1- . W ' r ,,,,-f Af ' gin fha ag. 7 X , ,-.... K4 5 - i, x Q Sally Obersf Sharon O'Neill Carol Oxberger E if sk Fred O'Brien Clary Oullaw Roberl Pace++i ake IVey's Da Most Successful Ever Mona Page Jimbo Pa+e Dana Plwarr 'm ,.. an if as-4' if is Nancy Page Bill Pafriclc Terry Pignone W 7,69 2 M92 -4 sf, NeM'M,, an , es r is if waz... 'QQ N! As Sieve Kany fries his salesmanslwip +ac+ics on Pele Dingleday he helps ' llwe Junior Class lo make lvey's Day a very successful class prolecl UNIOR CLASS Penny Parker Toni PerMar George Pleicones I 5,-Q .A 'N Q A ,sf rf-il V J W ,Q . ,vwl so V- , 155'-ii if-Hx, L .. keg? 'Q' As fhe long-anlicipafed nighi- of fhe prom arrives, Linda Lynch opens Ginny Porler Judy Presley Dan Price her corsage box, delighied +o find +he exaci flowers she had wan+ed, Crosby Price Carol Prosen Sandra Pulsifer Viclrie Purprua Mille Rafhel Donald Ray IU IOR CLASS Reagin Rogers Salier -Sr lu'- ?"'vv Ronnie Reese Larry Roland Carol Sallzman R it tj-rx ar- Wiukifyf lil y Feting Esteemed Seniors With ur Mary Reynolds David Roll Linda Samford Roberf Rich Sharon Roof Joe Sandley Diane Richardson Ginny Jo Riddle Be++e Lou Rose Trish Rush Jimmy Sargen+ Reginald Saunders Jim Robinson Suzanne Ryan Linda Scheinberg 'ul mr -19" :iv -SS.. wr li Janei Schnepp Lyneiie ScoH' Be+h Shapiro Karen Sharpe Gary Simmons Charloiie Sirman Faiih Slesniclr Pal Smar+ Jerry Smiih Jerry Smiih Karen Smifh Linda Smiih Sharon Smifh Mali Siraub Roberi Swain Dick Spencer Harrie? Sullivan Dan Swanson , thnx x,...,, .. 'Q 'qi -' Donald Shengle Barney Smifh Nancy Smifh 5 , .figs , 'M Aw. " Lf., f Nafalie Shuman -Gary Smiih Peie Smiih IU OR Most Challenging Endeavor, The Prom CLASS Lanny Squires John Sullivan Fran Syberi' Sue Siarcher Kenny Sundberg Carol Taslrer Lynn Siewarf James Suran Delores Taylor Qt' if GY Beclry Sfewari Jane Siinson Jimmy Su+herland Sim SuHon Bill Thomas Bobby Thomas , i 3' T I is' X it E 1 I 'iii Qi qs' QF 1555 -u---4 1' V ' -gn ,U L kl J s me 9' " se W' 'lv 9? Judy Thomas Jackie Tully Mary Waddy IU IOR CLASS Eagerly anlucipalmg lhe lasl-approaching summer, Carol Walerhouse and Ned Flemming enlhusiaslically discuss lheir plans lor vacalion. L.,- E' . A Diane Thompson Bruce Urban Carol Walerhouse Garry Thompson Joe Urbaniak Joyce Walers .:. ni. Janice Tilghman Linda Tomlin Belly Van Dusen Joyce Vaugn Orpha Weaver Jimmy Weber Eagerl Plannin Fun-Filled Summer Gayle Weeden Wayne Wiggins Jim Willey Richard While Becky Wilkins Becky Willis ,5 a 1 r as X :iw if-H 3 1- W .i 1 Ls . M 5 Y ... 1. K -gs. ' 4 it at 5 Q x 1 1, 1 lx a , K fl -an is 'hd . Marfha Wills JeaneHe Wilson Carol Wollling Carowin Wriglwf Kir Young Bill Zeigler In Memoriam SHARON STUART Born: March 31, 1943 Died: June 23, 1959 Qsikvg xl ' Nancie Wilson Donna Wrighf Jon Zorian W Leaving Edgewafer for Japan, Fran Carrullw paclcs her crinolines Mariie O'NeaII warns Jeff Flemming o'F'fl'1e dangers of slriing on such a cold day, bu+ I1 ple+ely ignores her warning and, slci in hand, bravely wades info fhe icy waler. .. fav -- A w 'LTP 1 A TE! Anne Webman, Mary Belle Rose, Ricky Fletcher, and Kaiy Chapman, the Sophomore oFFicers, enjoy talking over lhe class's many aciivifies anticipated for the coming year. Serving punch a+ ihe Junior Welcome Parfy, our patienl sponsor, Mrs. Mary Daniels, watches her young charges begin the 'First event of +heir social year af Edgewater High School. The Class of 1962 We are poor l1ttle sheep who have lost our way Thrs was the theme song of the sophomores as they endeavored to locate rooms 1n the many halls of Edgewater Though not for long, for w1th the constant ass1stance of our spon sor, Mrs Dan1els, and adv1ser, Mlss Montgomery as well as the help we recerved from the upperclassmen the Sophomore Class sped through a very busy and extremely 1nterest1ng year at Edgewater H1gh School Combrned w1th our numerous act1v1t1es was a curr1cu lum wh1ch played an 1mportant part rn our school lrfe Some of our subjects were 1nterest1ngly drlferent, such as our Engl1sh classes where we learned to better our read1ng abrlrty as well as our comprehensron and vocabulary Everyone felt that th1s program would be a tremendous help 1n the future The mov1es wh1ch we enjoyed rn these and other classes also gave us a better understand1ng of our studres An account of earlrer generatrons and therr 1nHuence on us dur1ng th1s day and trme proved to be the ma1n rdea rn our world hrstory classes Our proyects 1n b1ology as well as our stud1es of plant and anrmal l1fe gave us a better perspecnve of our env1ronment As we learned synthetrc d1v1s1on and the laws of probabllrty 1n algebra, solvmg equat1ons became a pleasure 1nstead of a chore Lat1n, French, and Span1sh proved 1nterest1ng to many of us as we learned the languages and cultures of these other nat1ons The Sophomore Class played an 1mportant part rn fash1on1ng a very colorful and successful year at Edge water At the Welcome Party g1ven by the junrors we met our new class offlcers Xvlth our three lovely attend ants to the queen, jean Keeys, Mary Bette Rose, and Suzanne Pemberton, the Sophomore Class was well repre sented 1n the homecomrng fest1v1t1es For a relref from our stud1es we presented the class play Everyth1ng Nrce wr1tten by A A OKeeEe and drrected by M1ss Peggy Sells A superb cast 1ncluded Bob Reynolds, Renee Osborn, juave Norwood, Betty Rathlf, and Ann Webman, Anne Hathaway and Robert W1ll1amS Tw1rp Week, wh1ch we sponsored was a new expenence for both the boys and the grrls, wrth the boys enjoyrng If the most As an annual event, the sophomores gave the faculty tea at wh1ch the student and the teacher became better acqualnted Glancmg back over a wonderful sophomore year, the Class of 69 looked forward to more portentous years at Edgewater as we the youth of today prepared to be the leaders rn the world of tomorrow I ' l . , . 7 7 7 80 :assay y Si: if 3 'S 3 15 5 . .:.. lik., 5. , , me il lf ma . V: V ., , L,b. f. -A Steve Akers ' . VV vig SM A K Jay Alpert Sharon Anderson Lynette Bagley Tony Baker Tom Banks Mxke Bell Duane Bernhard Hugh Bleddyn , 5? C A , 1235! Kwik .ir . ni. :,:. X l . I . . Q: :Elf T X 'f .. if. 5 -'Z 1' , 7 Q I ' ' 1. We Joyce Anthony Sandy Apgar Bully Joe Barber Gene Barber Larry Borgard Skipper Boxall ew L , , Larry Atkxnson Bob Barton Bull Boyd B ' its Y A 5' ll Judy Atwood Veda Barr Carol Brown AO-W Lyneta Bagley Chester Barton Gall Brown S0 lromore Class Bc-:gms A Fast And Funous Season Pat Brown Louise Bruce Paula Burdges Donald Burkett Ray Burris Ann Byrt Cathy Caldwell Sarah Champbell Charles Cannol Llnda Carter Marilyn Cash Bobby Castlen Bully Castlen Katy Chapman Francis Chele Ellen Cheshure Don Cleruo Judy Colby Nancy Coleman Carolyn Collins Janet Collms David Colosnmo David Compton Rack Cone v we Sl int it xy A L .Z V N 2 C SZ. ,, ' .s.. ss,s lofi t ,. , . - :AWLP B SQ'f s X ffl gg , L r X A , I M -4, ly os- p in Carol Cooper Carolyn Cufchen Frances Douglas af 'ni Q Frances Cooper David Davls Ronnie Downs xg-IT.. we Was an Helen Crabfree Gaul Decafo Danny Drlqgers Lynn DuBeau Elanne Dumas John Cooper Bob Cornel Bobby Davns Marcy Davns The Welcome Part Gwen B Ginger Ellis Laneafa Faroon Mary Freeman ii' Terry Endsley James Farrlnq Susan Frlh Evelyn Engelmeuer Pennne Englerf Roxan e Esfrnn Becky Faulk Karen Fenghfner Pal Fiedler Lnnda Cumlngs Carol Dorsl Ann Eekenberry Mnke Crcffenden Carol Cummins Jimmy Dolfn Vlrgll Donn Elmer Eagle Charlolle Ealon The umors Hauls Beverly Eure Julne Ewan l-DIS Falck Ricky Flefcher Gall Ford Ken Ffdllef Kathy Fullenhan Bull Funsfon Buddy Fuqua Glenda Gambrelm Jerl Gannaway Gay Gardner i ...me S7 Q-vi n"'i' . 4w..,.A sw-eg 'WF X B B r B ' Q A H ?' 1 A EK 4 In ,.,,,...,.,., V .- r B f a 1 ..1- x 'QL :': Q"x ' .. gl 2 Q "L' -.e- me , B D I' 1:': E I Q' D V ' ' V Q3 V- -li .-" 4,,,e. r:,,. gt f of 'EZZ we B , if .. .. i l2"'- ' . .," " , G Q Q3 "l-,2 ":":" 1 'F - 'V 1 gl B- M -A' X-' ' lf K - 5 F fix 3 x all 1 E .2 . Sify 1 C I O l V llilq A .l 'il' e'-- B - B f we i l A y,.,, B l l ..eo eal ' B B C F' l ' F J Q ,'f' V C W ' B ',-:- , -fif -,-' ,.,,.: . SEQ . , gif y i K ,A -I it F , .,., T. M., B Beee 5 Ber iii fli B ,.,,, B ll.. B as J li ,X ,,:, :gb ,,,. my X in ff , 1. t -, -, .,,,Q,,Q:I" f we W-.se tm -'aw . A f ..o A K 'K . - I . A:- A 'jj' 7 'H 1 we f""'N ,"f', .H .. -F' ""K g V we 5, na . Y, Q I 'Qi Q if I .I M as A. . T I uw W ,ac 1 , , gf ' 5-A X Q ,I 5 li ki -A 1 N - H , y ii J .sa ' .M Q-Z -- 1, .A ' 'T V - xl-1 ..' J. g "A -. - Q fl fs , 2.2 - ,W S' , Q Aix '. 1 W 35' K l N Q' X f if f Q f lvl i l Bob Garnefl' Roy Geeling LaDon George Bob Gilberl Lynda Giles Thelma Gillelle Bonnie Gowns Mike Graffuis Mary Graham Judy Granf Harold Gresang Joy Gresham Frances Grier Kafhy Griffilh Mary Gunnison Judy Gustafson Grace Ann Guyman Nancy Hagar Peggy Hall Lynn Hammer Deanne Hamlet? Karol Hare Karen Harman Judi Harmes TW1fl1Hg S0lDb077Z07"65 J H Robbie Zellner and Nancy Hagar dance while olhers enioy punch and coolues al' Welcoming Parly given 'For Sophomores by 'lhe Juniors. erry arper Anne Hathaway Charles Heard Marie Henlzell 1 J 3 X lain' A if Margaret Ann Dia Har Lyn 4 J' 4 .:,: : , A 1 ill:-M.. I G " ' H-I Winfred Har? Carol Hayden Mary Hearn Bob Hickey Sally Harlman Sylvia Haynie Peggy Helm Juanila Hill ee. f-3.1, M -iff if gn, f Myra Hlll Inge Hoover Bob Hrabak Sharon Johns Juanura Johnson James Jordon Gayle Kahn Bud Hxfchcock Bobby Horan Roger Humphreys Carol Johnson Bob Jones Clanre Joslyn Sfeve Kanar ,ar Wnllnsla Holbrook Bob Horan Bull Hunfer Don Johnson Eddle Jones Roberf Judd Jean Keeys A' M Ei mi'-Ev Karen Holslnger Don Horan Wunnue lrvlng Nan Johnson Lmda Jones Paul Junklns Patsy Kelley 'N via dx Dwarf wi my be as Q.. if hu. ei, 'mi -'Or' if 1 5 i wk any ?' J of W ,flu , ei' alfa 33' Ek E, -av li -'Q vi? 0 swim Rnfa Holi e Horfon Gary Jenkl -nu.. -we we Karol Holfsmger Lanny Horvafh ns Evan Jennnngs NNN Lmda Holhclaw Irene Hosld Suseffe Joerg 'Qi' ,.. Gary Hooks Howard Hoffer Johanna McDaniel Red Edgewater Sh1rts Laborlously worlcmg fo encourage Eagle splrlf Jane Monfgomery +rres lo rnleresl Murray Smrlh IN purchaslng an Edgewaier Hugh swealshlri H J , ,re J , Vb,V .V v , ggi in 5 ff. -' '22 ff-sz e - 3' if w X -. Q F '- ' .. 2 'S' , f ' wg, I 1, "-. ' .,.V E , ' ef" - I "" I Qasg., . K gift. A ' QM ii : V X J ' E A I , , E 1 K'rl l,. 'A ' , 1 so rr J JrJ a r er a J easr H M l J :Vie-if-125' yy t I X 2 4 J J . 1' Q J ra Q J J ,Z J, nlllv E? b M V :V E E J V i b ,i .. , Q -V ,. 2. WI :ff gr. lx A I : .,,, 1 4. i.. .,,-, lyl' . -I . , 5, K , we , ig f I li Ya, xx ill 3 . . T,d . . I O J .,,ll J ln . ' J X -V J :HIJ E A J 'A Q' ublbzn 1 . H . l l . . . I I ' . .J 3 f ' Q , f ZF " I I l 1 4 'Haw ill' ui! syqg 54" ata 1 Molly Kelly Leonard LaCaqnln Judy Lee Pamela Kelly Harold Lafler Sandra Lee Earn Money Johnny Luce Frances Lynch Mnke Mafhews Gayne McAllsler Carol McCoy Marlha McCrosky :ck Klllunger Lamoreaux u hle Lenard Sue Kmgwell Bob Landley Allie Levowll' Carolyn Knphufh Suzie Langford Sandy Lewis Bull Kash Barbara LaRegma Tommy Lewus Joan Knlghl' Robert Lawson Gaylyn Loblnsky Pal' Knorpp Rodney Le re Jerry Lowe or Industnous, D1l1gent S0 hammfes Anne Lyon Sarah Maloney Ruchard Maness Raymond Mann John Manfhe Rebecca Malhena Carol McBride Mary McCalmonl' Thomas McCIanahan Lounse McConnell Carolue McCormuck Make McCourl' Carolyn McCullough Harold McDaniel Pal McDonald Sharon McDonald Davld McGmms Jnm McGure H N. 2 P X 1 Sa il? mf f WWQ ef fr: ,K Nancy McKee Gwen McQuade Lloyd Miller Kirby Moncrisf Nancy Morrison Bill Nichols Vivian Pace 'iw A ,f ii is , k .ll ,- Zami? ,r r 1 Q Q sn. -33 .. P' John McKinney Danny Meridifh Marva Miller Jane Monfgomery Charles Murray Juave Norwood Carhy Pacerfi Carol McManus Sherry Meyers Joel Millleman Doris Moore Nancy Myers Karhleen O'Brien Sharon Palmer if EM r Billlie McMeIlan Charles Miller Richard Mile Tony Morris Bob Nabell Edward Ogburn Bill Parham .4 fl lf Sli .... ,. , , 0 ' M A A K if 1.233 M .aw-M The grace and poise of Suzanne Pemberlon, Jean Keeys, and Mary Belle Rose represenl Sophomores in lhe lradilional homecoming parade. Beauty And Charm Mariana Nangle Joan Namlelf Bill Nclm Tommy Newbold Patti Oken Lewis Olson Rene Osborn Calherine Owen Robert Parmenfer Gayle Parnell Dan Parrish Ginger Parsons na in fmj gl- 'FIVE 1-C SS-3 a"UN 01- 1122? Gln-0 3"1 U, D 0 r -4 'AUD 3'-nv ww: 330- :of 'U 70:27 mn-. v.,-.., Tom 'B o I 'R .Alix Y 1 if A' is JG if 'W-' Www WZ! 25.1, -2'-45 :Pm 121 12" 'S :Tr- SQ? 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John Scoff Marlene Shoemaker David Smafhers S0 hammfeg Dc-:hght Eagles In Then' Presentauon Carol Smelfzer Carolyn Sfafon Sara Slrlckland WY Barbara Smlih Don Sfearn Marilyn Slrong George Smllh Jane Smlfh Murray Smulh Sandra Smnh Sieve Sfeck Pal Sfensfrom John Sfevens Bull Sl James Carl Suddafh Fred Sullon Molly Tasker Lee Tavel bb Susan Smlfh Joyce Sfockwell Glenn Taylor I Tommy Spenser Sally Sfrlckland Jean Taylor S " g:' I - 1' ' 51 + If- 53 ,' -. . 1 M r r S J 33 - J: -J --,- -,..-' J, 7 fi ",: - A I -A: 4 -1 Qtlv -A-v E an A Q K g J. E-1. an , , .e , fa ':'3I'.,sI. G , 3 ..,,'..., , m f W f S ff 5. E M y y M M 5 jgfxbx ,F E A ' J 5 Xu , 422' an 4 "'. 3 75' li- H .jf '., Q ': , Z5 H 9 -5: "2 ,'-- : E "-:'-' V"' Q. , A' ..,,. -5 . ,A S H -1 K fl , J V : gm I . xx, if f ew A :fi J l ' ' 're 0 0 0 l Q ' A ""i by -S "":, A S I. ' , ' "" "-. ':-- . . Q A '-. - X A5 J , l J rl., or J A ss ' N , K 6 f V . xx 52 A . 1 " X S x fl 2 , X ze, S ' if S or Sr ll ' , f 4 if N . Having displayed versaflle falenis, Anne Hafhaway, Belly Raiiliff, and , '.". ..,: r Anne Webman 'fake final bows for rhe sophomore play, "Every'rhing Nice." , Their First Class Play Connie Veckers George Tayly Pa? Thurber Larry Toole James Tzimenaros Clayfon Tew Larry Thurlow Bob Troifo Marlin Van Gelder si f Bobbie Thomas Jerry Tilley Bennie Tucker Mickie Varner Parricia Thomas Nils Titley William Turner Barbara Vaughan Wilberr Vickery Marlie Voorhees John Wagner Virginia Wall Linda Wallon Sandra Walton Ilene Wasserman Nancy Waits Jerry.Weaver Anne Webman Phillip Werkinq Paf Welsey Jean Whalen Nelson Whipple Maria Sue Whiiney Mary Whiifed Morris Wicks Sue Wilbur Anne Williams Bob Williams Carol Williams Mary Williamson Steven Willis V :. g,: ..,, ,Q . l Al' V. .....,.. r ' . - . -r - Q ' - - - 3 Q ' 3 1 X 4 f i .y V C J' X I- A L T -1 A-V: .N 6 all fy- . , I A P -oe' J J J re if af l r v if 'K lf g 4 1 A L 5 X IT X0 3 " 'key ,, 5 1 Q f ag: - iw 'P' A Q' .- r My , . ,.-' I- , V. , .I M ' Zz. 6 ff 'E 4 I fu. ff' .M , or , , .Q l or Y Joann Wilson Pam Wilson Pa? Wilson Ann Ridder lay Wiffe James Wood Mary Wood Gary yeomans 'ns 3.5 45" f Y' X. sv- .-I N. Carolyn Sfa?on Sharon Young WSE .L wit? Y 5 em E 1 Shrvl Winivm Mari Ann winengsef Roberl Zellner Sfandlng ready lo recelve lhe facul+y of Edgewaler Hugh School al lherr annual lea are some members of lhe sophomore councrl whlch planned fhe dC+IVIflES for +he underclassmen lhroughoul lhe year Suzelfe Joerg Glenda Phlllups Jean Keeys Vnclue Royce and Dlanne Hawks Missing are Sandra Lee Rufhle Lenard if sm l il K Al Q f va sr 5: V .r Q i l 5 ar " of so x W -ew Sophomores Prepare for The Future in Many Ways Driven by Mr, Richard Flefcher, Sr., sophomore officers Anne Webman, Riclly Flefcher and Kaiy Chapman enioy fhe preslige of riding in Riclxy's Model T prior fo 'fhe beginning of Edgewa+er's homecoming parade. Nof able io be 'fhere ai ihis +ime were Mary Beffe Ross and Jane Monfgomery. Figh+ing 'fo carry 'fons of books 'For herself and Richard Mize. Cafhy Cald- well comes +o fhe conclusion 'lhaf Twirp Week is 'fun buf hard on ihe girls. .ff "Are you sure i+'s big enough?" wonders Bob Williams as Willisia Hol- brook +ries 'lo sell him a sweafshirl' fo increase fhe sophomore ireasury. Affer fheir firsl year af Edgewa+er, sophomores lool: 'Forward fo more won- derful, exciiing limes af ihe school 'ihey have learned +o love and enioy. 3+ Xe , M ,,,. QS X xl nl f .S if 5 V3 ffm it g535fW X , W M. 7' Q wwwm-Awmm.m,m,M.:xwm'-'i"- - .,:.L-fzufwmqw-WSWT-Vfkm .wxww-N 1 ' 1 L' To a world already most sound conscious, Edgewater High Q Wig, School contributed a multitude of sounds considered unique , fi J xg? by all Eagles-lively, happy cheers for a victorious football r V W teana, cries of congratulations to winners of scholarships, and H VJ fg F ' W sometimes, distressed wails at report-card time. There were r the sounds of shuffling feet, sounds of scraping chairs, sounds f ' A of gay, carefree laughter-these and other sounds were audible Q,-n. to the sometimes subdued, often times noisy Edgewater Eagles 4, jf' as they worked or played. Q Our school sounds began bright and early every morning "i W "' before the sun rose. Sleepy-eyed janitors threw open the doors, and soon buses appeared at EHS crammed with babbling 'll' f students. Carload after carload the students came, gabbing about last night's big date, the football game, or that big test in algebra. Thus, another day had begun its sounds. X ' After the last bells had re-echoed, we gaily scattered to ' ., follow our own personal interests. For many, this was time QL .. "', for us to watch our favorite "shoot 'em up" on TV or to dance AJ ff to blaring rock and roll music. Some of us had a job which 1 provided weekly spending money, or went toward a fund for W college, or, perhaps, for savings for a rainy day. g K r I 7 I During the year, we attended triumphant school functions 5" l Q-f where we exerted large amounts of physical energy cheering 2 U wildly for our fellow students participating in the events. lil l li Before we realized it, the seniors were ready to leave Edge- water. Parties celebrating the year's end were being planned. Our final calls rang through the halls, and then, Edgewater Wa,-' settled down to a long summer of soft silence. Karen Marion finds if hard fo respond fo her mo+her's urgenf cries of "Get up!" . Ea les Sound a New Da a on Both High and Low Notes Wifh car horns blaring and iempers rising, fhese sfudenfs cope wifh a 'typical traffic iam: Barbara Jones and Bruce Urban wanf in, buf Barb Beabouf wanfs out 94 The school becomes quuel' when sfralns of music sound nn every class room blending mufed +ones of beauiy wufh lhe splrnf of reverence and worshnp Cenferlng a weelrs devohons around a cenfral +heme enlalls a greef deal of organuahon Cundn Granf prevuews her noles before going on fhe P A Bowmg heads nn sulenf prayer fhese sfuclenls become a parf of fhe Eclgewafer cafhedral as classroom devohons each morning glve our days an excellenf s'rar+ if s... 44 I JJ . . . . , . l V ' f is 51 X , Vi. 7 flu " o T45 V . . a ul '. V , ' Q ' n, ' , sul' U , ' M f , I , 4 1- ' . 1' "' " al, s ' .- U it ' 1' . ' ,pl rdf: . D , , ,A x .- .J " -. ' 'f, ' 'A L- h K 3139-Wal VQA. f as is-.ww ,pp-, 1-Q..-fa-ft.- G , . 4 sr. ,gv fm ,Fm 4" ' " x gf .. "L aiu fi ,V 1 r i, Q2l'aYi'.. 'f'-. 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Volleyball provides both girls and boys wifh much I'ECFE6+IOT1 and SXSYCISG Q 8? --Q. Q-9 -0 Lyla Fr? 5: , Lined up for ihe "promenade" are Chip Rupe, Lynn Roquemore, Bill Si. James, Sandra Lee, David Smafhers, Carol McBride. Mike McCour'l, and Jean Keeys as fhey pariicipale in ihe square dancing oliierecl in gym classes. "Get into your squads!" was the familiar call as the boys and girls scrambled into position for roll call. Wlmen roll had been checked, they scurried into teams and "played ball." Both gym classes and Edgewater intramurals provided every participating member the opportunity to work in groups. Each individual lent to his fellow team-mates moral and physical sup- port, and attained for himself recreation and exercise. In intramural competition, volleyball, baseball, kickball, and other sports were offered. The boys' club vied with one another for the championship in their chosen sport, but the girls organized teams and played against each other. Either way taught us group cooperation and gave us spirited activity. Sofrball is probably fhe sporf in wihich most girls par+icipa+eg piciured here a mann Larry Greene scarcely has a chance to score due +0 Dick LQper's guarding re Donna Trauiner, ihe umpire: Sharon Adams, cafcher, and Linda Mobley, bafier. H. 'tg 5247 ima x Q ,' KX. K X A A r 'Ir Ax . , AAK' xxx ? i SIT "Look ou+, we're coming +hrough!" is +he wild yell heard each day in ihe cafeteria as hundreds of hungry siudenls rush pell-mell lo lhe lunch line. The classrooms at Edgewater were filled with many sounds as students spent their days in quest of knowledge. As the typing class hammered our those familiar clicking noises, the attention of another class might be caught by an interesting speaker, and still another class might be busy reciting the day's new vocabu- lary assignment in Latin, French, or Spanish. Once in a while Edgewater High seemed actually to tremble at its foundations as the reaction of some chemistry experiment echoed loudly throughout the halls of the building. Perhaps the most loved "period" of the day was the lunch hour. After making a wild dash up the hall, scrambling down the stairs, and charging into the lunchroom, the sound of very hungry students filled the cafeteria. Working or relaxing, Eagles enthusiastically produced volumes of sound daily. The rhy+hmic clicltely-claclrs of ihe lypewrirers can be heard lhrough 'lhe halls as 'lhe busy typing sfudenfs diligenlly labor on daily assignmenls. 1 While 'ihe resl of 'lhe class prays ihe end resul+ won'+ blow ihem all up Carol Bishop carefully prepares lhe chemicals for a labora+ory experimeni iii , s:.5:5.gs::a-a:f:,.:aga - ffm--4' 1' W as Mg.. wi Hoping io impress upon fhe minds of his audience a pariicularly imporfanf poinf in speech, Tommy Denson uses emphefic moiions +o assisf his speech. Sandra Lienlz, working diligenfly on a Chrislmas angel 'for fhe door deco- rafion con+es+, proves fhaf fime and pafience can produce beaufiful arf. aried Tones Color Sounds of Classroom Activities Leading her class in a rollicking li'Hle diHy enfi+led "La Cucarachaf' Mrs. Julia Brooks proves ihaf Spanish is noi limifed +o vocabulary and conversafion. Donned in fhe usual Sleepwear of paiamas, nighfcaps, and fuzzy slippers, Claire Sfanfon, Cindy Zellner, Becliy Barnes, Ann Brown. Beverly Mofsch- man, and Sandra Ogrean are in fhe midsf of a fun-filled slumber parfy. The year 1959-60 produced many new fads and fashions which soon became very popular with those at Edgewater. Each year costume ideas are introduced for both boys and girls and this year was no exception. Winter saw many big innovations, one of the most popular being the crew-neck sweater, which looked bare without a decorative circle pin. Gold or silver, plain or fancy, the circle pin was much in evidence. Interesting shoe styles were frequently seen on the Edge- water campus. Desert boots, one of the styles chosen by both boys and girls, loafers, flats, and, of course, tennis shoes, were all considered the "most,' by the students. A party was not complete without "cool" bongos, pizza, and the rhythm of the Kingston Trio. The dreamy sounds of johnny Mathis and the mellow tones created by Frank Sinatra enticed couples to dance. Stereo had become first choice among those who appreciated all types of music. The preference of most music lovers was classical, popular, and show music. Comedy enthu- siasts favored record albums by Shelley Berman. An ever popular form of entertainment was a slumber party. Both small or large groups of girls gathered together dressed in pajamas, nightcaps, and fuzzy slippers. These parties frequently turned into midnight bridge parties or just plain gab sessions. No matter what various activities were included a delightful time was had by' everyone attending. Fads and fashions are ever changing. Eagles were always proud to observe traditions of Edgewater: at the same time, Eagles could always be seen in smart, up-to-date fashions. From Head To Toe Eagles Deserf boofs, worn by both boys and girls, loafers, flafs, and casual fennis shoes were among fhe varied and differenf shoe sfyles very popular during fhe year. '. -5. r Ask 4 I , v .,,,,,.. xx . v -A 'af' -- M. as-unneowqgw , in Me. br-.,1' Q v L way, ,, ""f"-if-fir sw-Aust mt ' ' far M- . . 1 . ' .. 1 ' ,aa M. . . , T' -.4 . , r 7 - " V """""'.ta',"v"i"'y-we .sr 11Wlg,b,,i , A f ' 1'zf ' as,-we -6 li 1 - . r .i -1- r -+- -4- Jeff BurneH Sandy Dorrell Prlssy Moore John Aldrlch Hugh Dearlng Mary Pllcher Fran Syberf lndulge ln pnzza and enloy bongos whale alfendnng a par+y Keep U W1th Latest Pads and Fashmns of1959 60 To avoid being lafe 'for fhe nexf class Juavue Norwood frses 'fo assemble Wearing fypncal ou+fn+s popular wlih everyone ll1IS year Linda Smllh and her books which Include a nofebock fha? maiches her umque dress Paul ONe1l aHend one of +l1e many exclflng Edgewafer baslrefball games llll . . . . . . . . . - 0 0 I . . . . . . . . . , . . 47 The radiant Homecoming Attendants favorably represeni J I I E -115' the Edgewaler sfudenfs in the I959-I960 season. ln ihe fron? row are Jean Keeys, Susan Pemberfon, and Anita Ellenback. Pictured in the second row are Becky Willis, Mary Befie Rose, and Becky Wilkins. ln the third row are Cissy Harris, Carol Long, and PaH'y Dial Homecoming Brings Excitement To All Participants t Lovely Ann Pharr, Edgewafer Homecoming Queen for I959-60, is crowned af Homecoming Dance by EHS Student Council President, Tommy Browning. 'D As Homecoming approached, excitement rose to a fever pitch. Band members practiced for hours to present a glittering half-time show, the cheerleaders literally breathed school spirit on each and every Eagle. Nearly all clubs decorated floats and cars for the parade. On October 30, the long-awaited day became a reality, and football fans cheered jubilantly while they watched the Eagle team rise again in victory. During the half-time show as the band played appropriate theme music, the attendants and Ann Pharr, a lovely queen, were presented. The audience was won by the court's charm and beauty. To climax a most triumphant occasion, students gathered at the Edgewater High Gymnasium for a cele- bration dance. "Stairway to the Stars," the theme, proved to be a resplendent background for a regal coronation of the queen. After the second presentation of the court, Student Council President, Tommy Browning, led our beautiful queen in the first dance of the evening. Follow- ing Tommy's example, all of the other couples joined in the dancing. At midnight all the students returned home, stfll pleased and happy over the night's activities. ,'s - 'Q Q- M ,- .uf 'Lw-P' W w 5 'Q ' QW z 3 x wk' f gl x Sp X . . V41 f I . X , , V 4 at 14.. . . QU. ,, 12 ' ' 4 'Q 4 v ,J f 5' 'I k 21 . fm Q ., 7, ve- N W .ff x 5" 'fi ' r ' Trl ,ww Q' -ww, if x 4. Y ' ' ' , J, . X . 555, , . , f 4 Yi A 5 'f- 'T? 'mn 2 ,vfL:FS" I A, 1 af W V +5 .Q -X . mf We A 32 Y ii V k , if The welcome sound of the last bell at 3:05 buzzed in the ears of the school-weary Edgewaterites. However fatigued a student appeared to be at the day's close, he always seemed to be rejuvenated by the sound of the closing bells and rushed madly to participate in a variety of activities. Whether the weather was warm or cool, skiing and swimming were happy pastimes. When the long-awaited week-ends finally rolled around, there was no stopping enthusiastic Eagleites. All of the energy that had been stored up during the week was released in a glorious burst of "doing" Hunting and fishing lured many of the boys, and some of the girls, to the out-of-doors. Many parties, dances, movies, and other events filled the week- ends of Edgewater students. Many Eagles could be seen at work on Saturdays. Ambitious Edgewater people sold cosmetics, did office filing, or bagged groceries in order to have a few pennies to jingle in their pockets. Others worked on biology projects, poetry interpreta- tions, and puzzling chemistry problems. While some Eagles pored over books at home, others delved among shelves having voluminous reference books at Albertson Public Library trying to find the necessary information for those "dreaded" themes. But all too soon the activity-filled week-end came to its close, and once again our lives were regulated by the drone of a teachers voice and the buzz of a bell. Willisia Holbrook leads her 'team on 'lo a vicfory wifh fhe winning slrike. The Final Bell Every Fnday Serves As A Gigantic Jmimy B assafeaf .sm as fof+.m+e as me average driver hen 1+ comes +0 drive up mail boxes since even smaang, he has +0 s+fe+ch for me "convensen+" box. A gayer momenf of courf hfe IS dlsplayed by these coquefhsh ladies and flur+ahous gentlemen an the delughieful produchon of The Vagabond Kung The beauhful and emohonal lovesong Only e Rose as broughf fo life agam In 'lhe Fnale of The Vagabond Kung by Beclty Jenklns and Jay Avenl Ed ewater Eagles D1splay Vanous Actmg Ab1l1f1CS You are on' came the whrsper from backstage to rnform the part1c1pants of thrs years many great product1ons that the performances had started Wrth a flutter of heart and a deep breath amateur actors and actresses of Edgewater began nu merous assemblles contarnmg not only srde splrttmg humor but suspense and drama as well all to entertam EHS students Thts year a b1g mnovatron came about when the d1fferent classes were perm1tted to present therr own assembhes The theatr1cal sophomores gave a comedy centered around a scatter bram fam1ly whrle talented Junrors v1s1ted the world of the beatnrk and the mystrcal sen1ors forecast therr Prophecy Thus the programs gxven at Edgewater rangmg from hght to profound combmed humor wufh cultural hrghllghts The Junior class portrays the mner splrxf of beaimks at the Johnsons Expresso House where the beat wrldly flows mfo the enfranced lusfeners ' 9 0 s 0 s 0 , - , . 5 4 lUG X. 2-- x X vw wb 'Qi W 3 was i sy ' 5' gi "' Ay f V3 Q? AW i .,A,,AAg3,. 'QW 5 M. a g iy il yu :Km X: 'V' qlff in J-0? if gf K ,Q vi, f . V 'Y AU' i K vm . ,, ln spite of a hosi of would-be Mainland faclrlers, Danny Rivenbarlz lmifes through the line for the firsf T. D. of our second viciory of ihe season. Victory! That was the cry of all Edgewater Eagle football rooters this season. And victory it was as the Eagles bombed opponent after opponent, losing only one game to the Wildcats of Ocala. With their ace quarterback Tom Seals and his crack passing arm, a fast backfield, and a light, rugged line, the Eagles ended up with a 8-1-1 season record, the best in the schools history. The mighty Eagles also chalked up another mark for the highest game score in the history of the school with their 54-0 thrashing of Bishop Moore. On December 4, Mr. Orville Davis received the first annual Orlando Rotary Club City Championship Cup from Billy Owens. The Eagles proudly claimed the cup after they completed their C 27 34 39 12 13 40 33 6 54 0 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD They Melbourne 1 8 Mainland 7 Colonial 7 Leon O Gainesville 6 Paxon 19 Evans 0 Ocala 27 Bishop Moore O Boone 0 best football season. After the team journeyed to Melbourne for their first victory, they returned home to beat Daytona Mainland and then hit Colonial for their first city victory. They played the next two games out of town defeating both of their opponents. The Mighty Eagles came home the following week to defeat Jax Paxon in the homecoming game. Subsequent to the victory over Evans the next week, the Eagles traveled to Ocala but were overcome by the powerful Wildcats. Things got brighter the following week, however, as the Mighty Eagles thrashed Bishop Moore in the Tangerine Bowl for another city win. In the final game the EHS Eagles mer and tied Boone and closed their greatest season, as they copped the Rotary Cup. Firsi row: Bill Mead, Dave Herman, Bill Germany, Billy Owens, Jimmy Mann, Bumpy Hughes. Second row: Tommy Seals, Jim Weber, Ronnie Reese, Bill Funsfon, Gary Fleming, Roy Kilgore, Alan Schofield. Third row: David Roll, Bill Floyd, Jimmy Fisher, Maclr Brunner, Kenneih Frazier, Allan MacAllas'ier, Phillip Guest, Paul O'Neil, Jerry Tilly. Fourth row: Jimmy Armstrong, Jimbo Pate, Tommy Browning, Charles Howard, Mike Hofchsfein, Danny Rivenbarlr, Frank Weiss, Tommy Kirkland. WT- Victory! Before a stadium packed with spectators, Danny Rivenbark captured Melbournes' first fumble and provided the opening spark which guided our team on for a smashing victory of 27-18. Minutes later after our opening touchdown in the initial period, Melbourne was forced to punt, Rivenbark took the pigskin and brought the fans to their feet with an electri- fying 85-yard gallop to the goal. Following a Melbourne T. D. in the third period, Pat Davis successfully drove five yards to pay dirt to raise the Eagle score to 21-14. Finally to cap the Eagle scoring Danny Rivenbark drove across for the final touch- down of the game, and the climax of our first victory of the season. Tom Seals successfully booted the extra points. Edgewater's Eagles grabbed their second victory of the season from Daytona Mainland, by snatching an early lead, then never letting it go. The alert Eagles pounced on the loose pigskin after the opening kickoff and fumbled. Capitalizing on this break they quickly pushed the ball over to gain a 7-0 lead in the first quarter. In the second quarter the Eagles went wild scoring three times. The first tally came when Tom Seals, after directing the drive, went three yards around end on a keeper to pick up the T.D., he then added the point. Later in the quarter, deep in Mainland territory, a blocked punt provided a safety and two more points. Mainland then kicked again and the Eagles marched 48 yards in 9 plays with Chuck Howard finally carrying for the touchdown. In the second half, a 67-yard T. D. from Seals to Rivenbark, and a 38-yard T. D. by Weise ended it, as Daytona finally scored in the closing minutes. Chuck Howard slashes 'through fhe 'Forward wall for yardage againsf Colo- nial High School in fhe third conflicf of our vicforious football season. Experienced Coaches Lead Mighty Eagles to Victory Sfealing a rare momenf from their innumerable duhes, Edgewafer football mentors, Frank Lough, Bill Spoone, Jim Singlefary, fhaf furned out fhis year's fop-nofch winning feam, pose for fhe Odasagiah sfaff photographer, Edgewater's fighting Eagles remained at home in the Tan- gerine Bowl for their third game of the season, but they were not very hospitable to Colonial High, as they clobbered the Grenadiers 39-7. The Grenadiers, fielding the first team in the history of their school, played well, but they proved no match for the more experienced Eagle team. Seven Eagle backs broke into the scoring column. Joe Mathews, Pat Davis, Jimbo Pate, Chuck Howard, Gary Fleming, and Bumpy Hughes each chipped in a touchdown, as Tommy Seals kicked the extra points. In the most spectacular play of the evening, Pat Davis shook himself loose for a 72-yard touchdown jaunt. The only bright spot of the night for Colonial came in the closing seconds, the Grenadiers pushed the ball over for the first T. D. of their first football season. The Grenadiers will be a team to watch. On October 16, the fired up Edgewater eleven journeyed to the state capital to meet highly rated Tallahassee Leon. The fighting Eagles proved to be too much for the Lions to handle, even though they had previously beaten several out-of-state opponents. In the first quartet of the game, which was played in wet, muddy conditions, Tommy Seals drove for 12 yards and the first Eagle score. The battle then raged on, with the Lions getting no closer to the goal than the 20, until the last period when Danny Rivenbark added a final 62-yard tally. A -" ,3- Q .1 Q. 1 '. Q GEEK? C UAQH Mr Orville R Davis proudly accepfs the co efed Rofary Championship Cup Victory bound Edgewater marched to rts seventh conquest by downing Maynard Evans 33 O In the first quarter after the ball had been passed twrce rt found a home with D Rrvenbark who raced from the Evans 30 yard lrne to the end zone to com plete the 40 yard touchdown For the second Eagle touchdown oe Mathews after fighting rn seven skillful plays crashed from the one yard lrne Rrvenbark set up the thrrd touchdown of the first half when he took an Evans punt on hrs own 45 yard lrne and ripped through the Troyan defense to their 15 Rrvenbark completed hrs drrve rn the next two plays with Torn Seals copprng the extra point and leaving a 200 Eagle lead to start the last stanza Rrvenbark got hrs thrrd and frnal touch down when he blasted off tackles for five yards rn the thrrd Tommy Seals amazed fans when he let fly a pass whrch was batted back to hrm by a Trojan defender He promptly received hrs own pass to speed for an eight yard garn Scoring rn the fourth quarter Frank Werse shot around rrght end rn a run for the goal which completed the Edgewater vrctory The Eagles first defeat of the season was handed them by the Ocala Wildcats to the tune of a 27 6 defeat The Wildcats seemed to have lrttle trouble ending our wrnnrng streak But the Eagle eleven didnt give up The Eagle defense following the two qurck touchdowns by the Wildcats rn the first quarter stiffened somewhat to allow only one tally each during the second and thrrd quarters The finrshrng quarter of the game saw the Eagles forcing a scorrng drrve with Joe Mathews carry rng for the touchdown but trme ran out and Ocala emerged victorious Warning to Wildcats Look out next year' 7 Traveling to Gnzfzerzzlle wrth the players 750 Eagles were not disappointed at the teams display of really rugged football Two pass interceptions with resulting T D s achieved our fifth straight wrn with a score of 15 6 Thieves Brlly Owens and Bumpy Hughes stole the two Gainesville aerrals and Pat Davrs and Danny Rrvenbark changed them rnto touchdowns The Hurricanes gained well on the ground but couldnt seem to clrck when they needed the yardage scorrng only with a pass Keyed up Edgewater rooters got a really big treat at the annual Homecomrng game as the powerful Eagles racked up srx touchdowns to entomb jackronwlle Paxon 40 19 Danny Rrven bark and Chuck Howard each scored twrce and joe Mathews and Bumpy Hughes chipped rn one touchdown apiece as our master mrnd quarterback Tommy Seals added four conversions to crown the Eagle tallyrng The Eagles successful interception of four passes and their abrlrty to turn two of them rnto touchdowns bottled up Paxons aerial game A foregame rumor ran that Paxons passing king jimmy Parham was going to be the number one Eagle enemy but he was overmatched A faulty krck whrch traveled only a yard forward after Paxon failed to move on the opening kickoff set up the first Edgewater touchdown rn the opening perrod Several plays later Seals arched one to Rrvenbark going away for a 7 0 Edgewater margin Finally as a thrrllrng ending rn the final quarter Gary Fleming led Edgewater on their last T D march 75 yards midway rn the final quarter The march was clrmaxed as Hughes scored The Homecoming vrctory Edgewaters sixth straight of the season set a new record of games won the previous being five Tom Seals seldom a receiver arfs fo haul one rn during 'the Paxon game Rousing Sounds of Victory Echo Through Edgewater J -, . 5. I I Y l . , 3 Breaking all previous records, the Eagle eleven clobbered the Birhop Moore Hornets in the most spectacular game of the season. Our opponents were completely taken in by the very large score of 54-0. From then on there was no stopping the mighty Eagle force, as D. Rivenbark ran wild, scoring four T. D's. Danny, aided by Chuck Howard, piled up rushing yard- age to a total of 400. C. Howard scored once, on a 64-yard scamper. The other Edgewater point makers included quarter- back Tommy Seals, on a one-yard sneak, halfback Frank Weise on a 24-yard run and end Ronnie Reese, hauling in an eight- yard T. D. pass from Gary Fleming. The final Eagle score of 54-O was well worth the effort' This eighth Edgewater edge was the highest ever run up by an Eagle team one Eagles vull try hard to improve upon in future years A large enthusiastic crowd of several thousand spectators witnessed an inspired Edgewater team battle its arch rivals the Boone Braves to a O O deadlock Stimulated by the victory over Bishop Moore our Eagles proved to be more than a match for the far heavier Brave line allowing only 78 yards on the ground Danny Rivenbark was the chief ground garner picking up almost as much yardage as the entire Brave team The Eagles starting kickoff penetration to the 18 yard line was the deepest of the evening as most of the battle was around midfield By virtue of having played more city teams the Eagles gained possession of the first annual city championship award Ken Frazier Edge water sophomore lineman was voted best defensive lineman Kenneth Frazier mnghfy sophomore lineman hauls do n E ans ball carrier Jim Armstrong Tommy Browning Mack Brunner Pai' Davis Jimmy Fisher Wayne Geisler Chuck Howard Gene Kendall 1 L V 7 7 ' a , ' . 5 . 7 . . . . 4 4 , . , . 7 ' ' a ' , . - . . I , w v 4 Ql,Q,:f,?' fy ' A ' llq -J x M302 Eclgewa+er's secondary looks on as 'the Eagle 'fronf line hauls down a Paxon ball carrier af +l'ie line of scrimmage for ll++le gain in +I-le annual homecoming game Roy Kilgore Jimmy Mann Danny Rivenbarl! Joe Maihews Tommy Seals Alan McAllisfer Billy Owen Frank Weise Paul O'NieI Alan Schofield dasag1ah Camera Catches Metamorphos1s of a Pla Jerry Smufh Tom Kurkland and Dave Roll serve as effncueni managers of +he am sq Sfaunch Eagles block fhe Paxon llne as Tommy Seals heaves a long pass downfleld Danny Ruvenbark breaks mio ihe clear furns and prepares for a chmachc cafch Paxon defenders close un as Danny Ruvenbarlc leaps hugh and snags a one hand pass Chargmg faclrlers brlng hum down buf a fsrsf down plus long yardage are gamed Frank Welse hnfs m+o lhe lane for a shori gam agamsf Boone nn our fmal game 11 J Q if l l . A Lewis Olson, Norman Taylor, Johnny Plecones, E. H. S. Coach Dewey Stallard on left. Row one: Robert Castlin, William Castlin, Billy Patriclt, Ronnie Boyer, Werner Schinlr, Rodney LeBre, Daniel Parrish, Billy Garmony, Row two: William Floyd, Arthur Crumner, Michael McCaril, Wayne Calledge, Bobby Horan, Kirby Moncrief, Bob Jones, Steven Grannis. Row three: Riclty Maness, Earl Catthers, Tommy Sawyer, Robert Hickey, Gerald Sapp, Charles Heard, Riclry Fletcher, Johnny Lemmon, Michael Shortel and Baby Eagles Demonstrate Sportsmanship and Spirit The pre-season words of JV Coach Stallard briefly summed up the 1959-1960 junior Varsity season, "They all look real well, considering that they are green and inexperienced. The J. V.'s still have a lot of work to do, especially blocking and tackling." Even though this year's junior Varsity record, two wins and six losses, wasn't quite as bright as last year, the coaching staff, Mr. Dewey Stallard, and his part time assistant, Coach james Cinnaman, have raised several good prospects for the 1960-1961 varsity team. Among them are Ricky Fletcher, Bill Patrick, Earl Carithers and John Lemmon. Taking an overall look at the games it was evident that the Baby Eagles did play well. They lost five games by one touchdown and one game by one point. "With a little luck we could have had a good season," commented Coach Stallard. "But of course our main job is to teach football, not to win-although no one hates to lose," he concluded. Typical of the J. V. games was our tussle with May- nard Evans in which the teams were plagued with fumbles. Edgewater can for certain be proud of the sportsmanlike attitude and spirit of our j. V. football team. JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOARD We They 7 Melbourne 14 7 Ocala 1 3 7 Maynard Evans O 0 Cocoa 7 6 Mainland 7 3 3 Colonial 0 0 Lakeland 19 0 Boone 7 llli R' , Rough and ready Baby Eagles, Charles Heard, Bobby Horan, and Lewis Ol- son line up in an attempt to exhibit their cunning, ferocity, and spirit Rivals and Baskets Hit In IV's Winning Season The 1960 V. Eagles put on many a spectacular show for the students of Edgewater High during the season. These boys worked hard and diligently in order to chalk up the winning season they produced under Coach Dewey Stallard. Their games preceded the ones played by the Varsity squad and often caused as much excitement as the Varsity games. Exhibiting adroit ball handling and shooting, the Junior Varsity players finished with a 14-10 season's record although they had a bad beginning. Most of the excitement was cen- tered around the contests with the Baby Braves. Both times the two teams clashed, the games were witnessed by a packed gymnasium of excited and cheering fans. Even though the season had its ups and downs, the managers and players worked hard to make the Edgewater jayVee cagers respected for skill and fair play among their opponents. Jv scoREBoARD We They 45 3 1 . . WinterGarden. . . 33 . . Winter Haven . . 49 . . Gainesville . . 67 . . Apopka . . . 55 . . Mainland . . . 45 . . Evans . . . . 51 . . Boone .... . 49 . . Bishop Moore . . 35 . . Lakeland . . . . 27 . . Ocala .... . 19 29 . . Winter Garden . . 46 39 . . Colonial . . . . 36 48 . . Gainesville . . . 46 45 . . Bishop Moore . . 36 26 . . Mainland . . . . 45 5 3 . . Winter Haven . . 46 28 . . Boone .... . 37 44 . . Ocala . . . . 33 38 . . Evans . . . 48 25 . . Apopka . . 30 46 . . Lakeland . . 49 Successfully bloclting an Ocala pass, Sidney Sco'H not only avoids an al'- +emp+ed basltef by +he opposing forces, buf nets 'lwo poinfs for Edgewaler. . f E ..+4ts 'iv 'tnei-e .. - ,,,., Posing for 'the Odasagiah photographer are Coach Dewey Slallerd and J. V. Eagles Ed Jones, Ray Kirltpalriclt, Gary Jenkins, Ned Fleming, Richard Maness, Johnny Rounlree, Charles Heard, Wayne Calledge, Milte McCourt STEWART HALL GENE KENDALL JOE MATHEWS DANNY RIVENBARK VARSITY SCOREBOARD Edgewater Opponentr W1nter Garden Wrnter Haven Boone Ocala Mamland GH1H6SV1ll6 Apopka Marnland Evans Boone B1shop Moore Lakeland Ocala Wmrer Garden Gamesvxlle Brshop Moore Ma1nland W1nter Haven Boone Ocala Evans Apopka Lakeland Wlnter Haven Ocala Panama Crry North Mlaml One Eagle equals lwo Braves as sho n nn plclure nn las? game of our serles The Edge aler Hugh varslfy baslrelball players Include Gary Flemung Eddne Ha na Phl Hul' Tommy Spencer Bufch Hearn J m Robmson Rnchard Gr mms 118 1 72 ...... ' ...... 46 70 ...... ' ,..... 33 61 ...... ......... 4 4 69 ...... ......... 5 7 44 ...... ' .,....., 61 56 ...... ' ' .....,.. 63 55 ...... ......... 5 6 42 ...... ' ........ 40 47 ...... ...,..... 4 4 40 ...... .......,. 3 5 61 ...... ' ....... 55 55 ...... .....,.. 4 8 43 ...... ......,.. 4 5 49 ...... ' ...... 55 58 ...... Colonial ......,.. 43 63 ...... ' ' ........ 65 47 ...... ' ....... 48 46 ...... ' ........ 57 55 ...... ' ' ...... 40 58 ...... ......... 5 7 47 ...... ......... 3 1 56 ...... ......... 3 7 60 ...... ......... 3 4 44 ...... ........ 5 1 W . . . - . 65 ...... ' ..... . 50 55 ...... ......... 3 7 55 ...... ' ....... 54 56 ...... ' ' ....... 71 Under the able lefzdershlp of Coach jtm Cmnamon the fight mg Eagle varsrty btsketball team completed one of 1ts most rewardlng seasons The Eagles played well 1n all the1r games dropplng only four IH thexr erght losses by one one or two po1nts but almost all the1r YICIOIICS came by large scores Edgewater opened the season w1th four stra1ght wxns but 10 the final game of the conference tournament the Eagles were edged by Ocala Thy dropped the next two games but bounced back w1th 1 Hve game wlnnlng streak In the next s1x games the Eagles fell off droppxng five and wmnlnv only one They then plcked up thelr pace to w1n thelr final games To f1n1sh the yelr the team placed hlgh n the post season tournaments Edgewarer Eagle baslreiball menfor Jam Cnnnamon gels a lull from several gleeful varsnly leam members afler one of our many vucfornes +l1ls season HER' Q 5 'Nan Eagles Smk Baskets and Foes 1n VICIOYIOUS Season Ducl: Gramm clrrves rn 'lo malce a layup durlng rugged varslly compehhon Players and 'Fans wall breafhlessly lo see rf a iwo pom+ lry will clrop rn Showmg 'the sfram of eager compehhon Bulch Hearn goes up for a baslrel' clurmg our vlcfory an lhe Hurd game of 'Hue season wrlh 'flue Boone Braves 1 l l A l I , ' . 7 L . 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Read For a Good Season As the baseball season got under way the boys steadrly 1m proved wxth the1r added expenence Between lengthy practxce of the art becommg 1 w1nn1ng team by the end of the season The tra1n1ng they got gave more benefits than just phys1cal ones however as the boys engaged 1n gmelrng combat w1th thelr opponents By the end of the seennngly endless season they had learned to control then- once hasty tempers at the umprres and to partlcnpate as good sports representatrves of the1r school Edgewater Hlgh School Bumpy Hughes reaches hugh mio the aur +o handle 'the well drwen 'Fly ball ' C I I Sprmg Trammg Gets Men ., r d at . a f X lrfraza- a o ' - - ix 1 ln - 1 ,I 'P 'ty' 2 :" ,,,':' t fy g ,A,.,' :.':::Qf5 l53"i my , .,,.. f., , ix . . . , . rs It ' 1'-VM .:.,, A , m y gl - yt Ig.: W . sessions and a heavy schedule of games they were soon masters ir we Mwwai ' as r . . C . . ' ,- , l t Q. l air as 7 ., , ' ' ' u . . . . . . I . , I 1 c . . , I l im, . 'ui V N , y 'S"wf:4,T A " 4 Eagle Trackmen Displa ' A Much Improved Season Edgewater's track team this year upheld the high standards of sportsmanship that have followed the EHS teams throughout the years of play in the Big Ten Conference as they triumphed in the newly formed Sunshine Conference in true Eagle style. Led by Coach Dewey Stallard, the boys showed their best in meets with the teams of Ocala, Daytona Mainland, Gainesville, and the traditional rival, Boone High School. Throughout the entire season, the boys displayed eager determination to win, and their versatility in running the speedy track events and in the varied field events helped them realize their goal. Straining tor that added push, Alan MacAllister puts the sixteen-pounder in an attempt 'For the record spot in the first Sunshine Conference meet. Trackmen, Hugh Dearing, Jim Fisher, Chuck Howard, and Butch Jones, worlr on 'the relay in one ot many practice sessions before the season begins. Sprinter, Charles Sherman, shows good 'Form as he starts towards another victory with the tremendous speed which he showed throughout the season. Working towards perfection in order to win in coming meets, Paul O'Neil clears the bar in the high iump event as field-man Wayne Geisler looks on. N 'fi l . . ,. A wi CS a Golf ieam is: row one-R. Perlrle and T. Alring row +wo-J. McKey, M. Mahan, B. Urban, and J. Jones. "Fore!" Mickey McMahan swings and sends the ball spiraling down fhe fair- 'licing a+ the Dubsdreda course. Golfers and Swimmers Practice for Faultless Form Coach Frank Loughys spirited golf team worked diligently through nine holes of golf nearly everyday on either the Rolling Hills or Dubsdread Golf Course. The boys kept in shape for the fourteen matches that came at the beginning of spring, among which were the Suncoast Conference at Daytona, April 15, and the State Tournament, April 21, 22, 23, at Lakeland. The golf team was proud of its consistent 80 stroke average. The swim team, sponsored by Miss V. Mack and S. Van Voor- hees, began spring training with dry-land exercises for proper conditioning. At the Aquaseum and Fern Creek Pools, the swimmers went into concentrated drilling for meets. The re- quirements for the EHS team were an advanced swimming ability, a willingness to train, and a capacity for self-discipline. Qlsii 22 Judi+h Dunn, of ihe Eagle swimming ieam, comes up for a breafh of air while practicing a crawl sfrolte in preparation 'lor fufure swim marches. Tex -4Q""'q Row one: B. Hifchcoclr, C. Seller, L. Lindsey, D. Jacobs, L. Burger- son, G. Parnell, C. Kipulhg row +wo: J. Alperl, P. Moor, L. Hes- +er, P. Wilson, D. Pilcher, A. Wal- lelrer, J. Dunn, R, Jones: row fhreez C. Palmer, R. Paflerson, J. Granf, S. Rash, S. Lee, D. A. Ridder, B. Block, V. Royce, E. Thollander, D. Johnson: row four: J. Mann, W. Bailey, B. Landley, D. McReynolds, G. Ford, D. Crosby, R. Brewer, B. Hrabalt, J. BurneH'. way while prac- Tennis Team Triumphant. 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Under the expert direction of Coach Bill Spoone, the boys and girls set the goal of bringing home many victories to Edgewater. With the backing of Carol Prosen and Fritz Schunck, nationally ranked players, this was attained. In its standard uniform of all white, the team displayed good sportsmanship wherever it went, and as their triumphs increased, the members of the Edgewater Tennis Team found themselves quite adept at leaping over the net in victory. I Working hard fo bring fennis honors fo Edgewafer are Bob Garnefl, Frih Schunclr, Bob McAfee, and Leonard Henry, the boy's varsify tennis feam. 123 Y sixgmkw , 3 gF'WW?FY - , Q. , . Q, Q, M 'Vx 7 M www ,,,, 4 N M My W Nga 6 ww M36 5,4 M A A 'L M N xg Wt , .9 .V , ,YK ,ln if Qu Z, . va ,x ,. K V ww E is if L , . Vx? fy i Sf? 1 'wx M ' f - ,,, iw A Y? v ,JW gsfiim L, 4 V as ,M Q WWW? 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Marching proudly in front of the precision Eagle band, they caught the atten- tion of all bystanders. Tricky routines to popular tunes were wel- comed by the student body during the Pep rallies and assembly programs. Their numerous appearances were enhanced by many attractive, appropriate uniforms. During the past summer and school year, Edgewater was well represented by this corps in many state and national contests. If the majorettes were seen, all students proudly pointed to them and cried, "There go our majorettes!" The "Twirling Eaglettes" certainly were the pride of Edgewater. xf K Margie McCree Pal Smart Joan Jensen Gail Sl-nope Carol MCBfICl9 The Junlor Varslfy Cheerleaders exhlblfed their slull and spnrll by cheering af the Junior Varslfy basltelball games pnclured doing a cheer are Penny Parlter Nlltkv Claylon Dana Pharr Suzanne Pemberton Linda Johnson Marine O Neall Mary Flynl' Londa Lynch and Carol Waferhouse Noi' plcfured IS Jean Keeyes Cheerleaders and Colorguard Arouse Spmt The Colorguard 'faulhfully presenled lhe flags and salufed lhem al all assemblies pncfured doung this are Donna Wrngh+ Judy Presley Nancy Cowarl Joyce Vaughn Joyce Vaughn Joyce Hobbs l l lust is the VTISIIS cheerleaders roused sp1r1t at the Varsrtx footbrtll 1nd basket brtll gimes so jumor Vdrslty cheerleaders roused enthus1asm at lumor Vflrslty g1mes Euler gxrls wttended 1 LllU1C directed bs the Varsm Cheerlewders IU vhlch thew were trimed ln the routlnes md cheers After tmrmng for newrly mo weeks the gxrls went through gruelhng ehmrnfltlons The final ten glrls remarntng became our I X Cheerle1ders Tune was spent by t e gxrls 1nd the1r sponsor M155 Neal rn Cldlllg on the proper unlforms Therr d Cxslon on scirlet sweqters w1th I V letters on them and Vwlllfie plctted skxrts mwdt xerx buomrng outhts for the glrls Edgewater consldered ltself fortumte to have 1 colorguard corps It vms an tnde pendent un1t under the chrecnon of the bandmaster The colorgufzrd presented col ors at assembhes and all school functtons 1nd marched IH p1rades Though they d1d not 'tttend clxmcs or theer it grlmes they represented tht symbols of prttrlotlsm to our country md school to EHS students U I U U - v 1 I 1 u - 1 ' 4 4 ' . . . . t . . , ' -' v K . , 4 4 , K . . . 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Arlene Bork Ann Pharr We re Wrth You We re the Eagles and we couldn t be prouder were the words whrch echoed at the football sta drum at basketball games and at pep assembhes as the exuberant Edgewater cheerleaders led even more exuberant Eagle boosters Constantly exhrbrtrng enthusrasm each of the cheerleaders urged students to attend functrons durrng wrnnrng football and basketball seasons Early rn the summer when the grrls attended a clrnrc for cheerleaders from states of Georgra and of Florrda at Florrda State Unrversrty they proved what really outstandrng cheerleaders they were by placrng Hrst rn the competrtron Ably gulded by Mrss Mack Edgewater cheerleaders who were models of EHS courtesy and enthusrasrn were able to shout wrth pride about therr school Amfa Ellenback Judy Oswald Becky WIIIIS Becky Wnlkms 131 Club members endeavored throughout the year to promote school spirit and enthusiasm within the student body. Their goal was completely reached as the students of Edgewater put forth more spirit and support of the teams than ever before. Membership in Club is attained by lettering in any one varsity sport: baseball, football, basketball, tennis, golf, track, or swimming. A student who meets this requirement receives 11 ,? ,M if' 5 f fi 3-B g an sweater, and if he letters in his senior year, he receives """ warg' XTX a jacket for graduation. A special privilege of belonging to this AE, tg- C club is that each member possesses an Club card which is a pass to basketball and baseball games. i i Although Club is not actually a service club, it aided the school in numerous ways throughout the year. One of its . projects was taking care of a section of the school grounds. Also, the members each participated in running a concession stand during the home basketball games. The club helped the athletic department pay for the athletic banquet, and at this banquet, the members presented tokens to the cheerleaders and coaches for their loyalty and support of the different teams and sports. However their most important undertaking was the promotion of more school spirit, greater enthusiasm, and good sportsmanship within the school, and this difficult task the members of the Club proudly accomplished. There was one more thing that members of Club liked to boast about-their terrific parties. Successful with either valuable service projects or entertaining social activities, the Club The "E" Club officers, Danny Rivenbarlt, presidenig Chuck Howard, vice- ptresidenf, and Bumpy Hughes, secretary-freasurer, practice salesmanship G ' V 'techniques af ihe concession sfand on club sponsor, Coach Bill Spcone. certainly Cf1jOyCd ODE of IIS IHOSI eventful years. "E" Club Members Strive to Promote School Spirit Row one-L. Greene, T. Seals, G. Kendall, B. Owen, F. McMichael, F. Schunclt, R. While, R. Brewer, S. Hall. Row lwo-B, Hughes, T. Kirkland, T. Browning, C. Howard, J. McKey, P. 0'NeiI, C. Sherman. Row three-D. Rivenbarlt, D. Marlin, J. Mann, A. MacAllas'l'er, J. Mafhews, P. Davis, and J. Armsirong. mf 132 ,... , .A . l. 'JJ Sharon Adams, president of Girls' Varsify, and Linda Mobley, vice-presi- dent, shake hands warmly af+er competing in a 'friendly game of fennis. do Members are-row one-Sally Bissinger, M. Jackson, Gloria Bar+on, Dolores Hines. Row fwo-Linda E. Mobley, Belly Bishop, Sharon Adams, Toni PerMar. Girls' Varsity Promotes Athletics, Sells Programs "Play ball!" was the shout heard whenever the members of the Girls' Varsity, sponsored by Miss Evans, got together to practice or to earn credit toward letters. Selling programs at football games was one way a member could earn some of the fifty points she needed in order to receive her letter. However, most of these members earned the majority of theirs by playing in the intramural sports. The girls, to earn these points, could either play in one or ofhciate in two of them. In the spring there was an initiation for new members rind, at the initiation, old members who had won their letters were presented with them. A goal recently set up was the "star" presented to members who had made an additional fifty points. Toni PerMar, Dolores Hines, Mary Jaclison, and Beffy Bishop practice for an intramural badminton game wilh long hours of spiriied volleying and counrless games. Peppers Prick Boone With range Voodoo Dolls! Q-nr Revealing 'lheir ariisiic falenfs, some of the Pep Club board members represenfing each classalerry Freis, Myra Sighiler, Puffy Wilson, Sally Obersf, and Howard Hoffer-add +he finishing fouches +o Edgewater High School's Eagle bus, which is primarily used +o iranspori' fha various aihlefic feams fo and from games. Sporting red and white vests, spirited Eagles spread enthu- siasm and good sportsmanship throughout the entire school. At games, a very skillfully co-ordinated card section flashed timely designs as the cheering section rooted until hoarse. On the evening before the thrilling Boone game, the Pep Club staged a successful bonfire. The excitement of the game with Ocala was heightened by a motorcade. To encourage the team against Tallahassee, the club prepared a scroll consisting of an inspiring poem and the signatures of hundreds of Edgewater students. Spurred on by this vast support, the football team won, hands down. Giving the Eagle bus a spanking new paint job was a tiring but equally rewarding job. The selling of red and white ribbons, buttons, and beanies was another project successfully completed. These were but a few of the numerous projects undertaken this year by the Red Peppers. Supervised by a board composed of the Pep Club's officers, committee chairmen. and two representatives from each class, the Pep Club successfully endeavored to attain a goal of cre- ating and maintaining excellent school spirit and behavior. Under the skillful guidance of Mrs. Crow and Mr. Lowry, the club became successful and profitable. The consensus was that the all Red Peppers had experienced an effective and triumphant first year. The Pep Club, once again, had become a definite part of Edgewater's campus life. Officers-F. Simenslry, Secreiary: K. Cooper, Presidenh F. Schunclr, Vice Presidenh B. Barnes, Treasurer-preseni lhe scroll io Coach Lough and Billy Owens. "Dear Fightin' Eagles, We want you to know The whole school's behind you wherever you go. We're proud of you always, win, lose, or tie 'Cause we know that you're fighting for Edgewater High. XYfe're countin' on you, Eagles, so don't let us down Make us the proudest people in town. The people whose names are signed below Join the Pep Club in letting you know- That nobody's perfect, but you're on the beam And were mighty proud to call you our team. W if ...QQ , v ,W V -f Q W Q xr: , -4 '9' vnu' ww "L," M." ' . ,sq kg .23 3,27 fs, 4 W .L A , . ,. I Q 22 if X 7' ' 5? 2 ' .Q T.. 3 3 . ' , 15 , H255 K' M2232 Exif 'Qing 'xr - uw. 3 A AA ,V A I W I Qi Katia: kf M 5 . bra 5 'fa - -6 B 44,1 K Y - I n "sf CA .S g Z ..- QW wi ' 4 -v " M .:., ,, Q 1 , 4 , - A a 1 5:E rg: "Will 'Phe meefing please come lo order," says Tommy Browning, presidenf, as Nita Ellenbaclr, freasurer and Cindy Zellner, secrefary, prepare fhe reporfs of fhe Council's expenditures and minufes of flue preceding meefing, and Bill Rencher, vice-presidenf, readies a report on 'flue acfivifies of the Infer-Club Council. Student Council Heads Our Student Government Alfred "Willoveida" Wahnish models his "original" creation, as Pamela l-Yfldi He5l'9l'. Rennie R959 and Dani Phaf"'l:"l'0UdlY F-ll5PlaY mmf' offlie Wilson, Judy Grant, and Milly Pincus add final touches before Hue show. bundles of clofhrng collecied for the annual Cloihes for Needy, drive. 136 A hnghllghl of 'the year Homecoming was dnrecled by Nancy Rood here she and her commnffee Cherry Smnfh Pennne Parker Beverly Boone make plans The Student Councrl under the superv1s1on of Mr Everett Wampler and Mrs Marle Cooper presented the 1959 Home commg program A Starrway to the Stars was formed by mem bers of the band wrth the attendants and therr escorts makmg a star The most radrant of all was Anne Pharr crowned the Home corn1ng ueen by Tommy Brownlng Student Counc1l president alphabetrzed lrsts of the names addresses and telephone num bers of all Edgewater students and personnel The cover desrgn was 1n red and whrte wlth an eagle art motrf The Councrl members were always w1ll1ng to work when rt came trme for the annual Clothes for the Needy drrve Twelve bundles of clothmg donated by EHS students were sent to be drstrrbuted to needy famrlres rn varrous sectrons throughout the country Sponsors Dr Everett Wampler and Mrs Marne Cooper look over a schedule Anne Pharr Kathie Cooper and Lynda Hester who are Sanla s lnHle help ers prepare to presen+ the EHS annual Chrnsfmas program +o fhe school The Season to be jolly arrrved and all Eagles enloyed a delrghtful Chrrstmas Program Canned goods whtch were the admrssron were grven to the Salvatron Army Santas Work shop had talent chosen from all of Edgewater Wrth Santa wav1ng good by to all good Eagles we began our holrdays Eagles burned the mrdnrght orl to get ready for the final exams The Student Councrl electrons for next year were held The newly elected officers were announced at the last ofhcral dance for Edgewater students the Inaugural Ball All the outstandrng students tn the Senror class were recog nrzed on Awards Day Thrs was the last off1c1al job done by the Student Councrl The officers and the members gathered therr materrals and wrote the last days mrnutes wrshrng the Councrl Good Luck for the cornrng school year Al Wahnnsh Perry Avdoyan Bud Hitchcock puck the cover for the Dlreclory , . 4 I - . - Y! . ' 6 1 A , - - 7 Y ' All Eagles found the Student Directory useful, for it gave - ' ' - . ' 1 9 ' .:-l7rf ""'m J l3T Librar Council Reaches Zenith 0l Achievement To ignoble library delinquenfs come the overdue notices, gleefully being wriifen by Beverly Gold, Mary Wood, Linda Cummins, Miss Marie Branch. Filing, jus? one of +he various occupations of a librarian assisfani, is de- picied by Lucy Trembley, Nancy Harms, Beverly Eure, and Aurora Morgan. Sweeping into this active year with the sale of bookcovers and a clever homecoming fioat was the energetic library Coun- cil. Upon the invitation of teachers, two members gallantly canvassed the rooms each period selling to those who desired to buy. After seeing that the students' books were well-protected, the Council surreptitiously began laying their plans for a spec- tacular float. They used the theme "Exploring with books" and dressed members as various characters. As the District Five president was an Eagle, judy Minick, this years convention was scheduled at Edgewater. All the Council members willingly pitched in setting up interesting Themes are hard on Virginia Pogue Jean Grant Barbara Hudgins and Mrs Kathleen Odom who must dig for the references needed by 'fhe sfudenis ,M-Q. A buzz sessions, preparing registration, and providing refresh- ments for the representatives from the many towns. The next major project on their minds was a "Beat Boone Bop" in anticipation of the last football game of the season. For many weeks they carefully planned every detail and even came up with a record album as bait for attendance. Feeling that they had been sufficiently busy for so small a club the librarian cried "uncle", ceasing all activity and gave everyone a chance to recuperate. A few minor projects such as holding a "Book Fair' at which paper back books were sold to interested students concluded the year Being regisrered a+ convenhon by Mary Kay Carpenter Elaine Rishell and Francis Nalley is Ginger Clocltadale as Judy Mimclt prepares her agenda Concenlraling on drawing a slraighl' line for lhe fountain is Warren Goff as Gerald Marshal and Gary Afwood provide lheir queslionable assislance. Faced with congested corridors the Safety Council started the year off by alleviating this situation with the formation of new drinking fountain lines that ran parallel to the wall. After a pat on the back for a job well-done, they decided to reward themselves with a glamorous banquet. To justify this they filled the remainder of the year with valuable projects and excursions. Awards were donated to the most worthy per- son. Photographs were taken designating the places of safety hazards and proper methods were taken to correct them. One "Does the plug pass +l1e safely inspection?" aslts Sandford Libman, as Pele Thilaodeau, Neal Moseley. and Roger Dixon examine the obiecf in question. of the more enjoyable tasks consisted of rides with law enforce- ment personnel to the scenes of accidents or congestion where new techniques of safety improvement were learned. To success- fully complete this year they provided a safety check lane where automobiles were carefully examined for defaults that might have led to an accident. Truly the safety council lived up to its respected name, creating in Edgewater a desire for soundness in all things pertaining to their personal safety and convenience. thus making each life less a hazard. Safety Council Encourages Self-Preservation Year Loolting hopefully 'foward the area designated by Roberl Swain as lhe loca- fion for a much-needed calwallr are Peg Coy, Don Manley, Terry Trusly. Preparing an idenlificalion board of l'l1e Council for sluclenl use are Wil- liam Rencher, Melanie Ru+l1 Ma+l1is,Jus'rin Roberl Swain, and Molly Starling. Staff Cuts, Bleecls and GIVCS fr-Hunfng ,.-P" Takmg an unfrequenl' break from a hechc rouhne Sandra Ogrean shows Marlon O Rorlr Sara Jane Beaboul Donna Traulner and Francine Snmensky how fo schedule pncfures Randy Thomas leans over +0 show Karen Smllh Mary Alice Harwell Carolyn Green and Judy Poff fhe mefhod of funding fhe snze of a prclure by means of a proporhon wheel HU All to Ecl1t Yearbook At the end of last year many students drscussmg the1r schedules were heard to say and I have year book That wont be too hard As the staff endeav ored to assemble the very best yearbook posslble the same people were qurte surprrsed when the plans for the varlous sect1ons as well as the 1nd1v1dual pages of the clubs were patrently planned changed and agam corrected just when the goal of a completed annual was 1n srght a staff member dlscovered some prctures or cutl1nes wh1ch dldnt Ht and layouts were w1ll1ngly UD redone Under the capable gu1d ance of Mrs H Abke and Mrss B Waldron the dead l1nes were reached but not w1rhout 1 few memorable parrres Mr H Brooks who helped wlth layouts and Mr L Lowry and Mr E Srncrc hav1ng produced the photographs arded the annual tremendously The staff dld not rest even though the perfected book was already at press as they started plannmg ncxt years mnual Durrng free moments the assembly program was wr1rten and the proofs were checked Even though the work was harder than they had ex pected no member would have traded a mlnute of If Durlng ihe las? mmu+e check before 'Phe deadlme Mrs L Abke Vlrguma Pogue Mass B Waldron Lynelie ScoH Adru anne van Gelder and Wendy Draper look a+ a very cu+e puc fure Below Marque O Neall Glorna Greenland Shirley Hlrsh ey John Marhnson Wllllsla Holbrook and Jane Monfgomery work dlllgenfly sorhng ou? Odasaglah nndnvndual class por+rau+s IQ? IB' o o I 3 . fm , 7 7 3 7 7 . . . , ' 4 , c . . . , , . . . . , K , 1 . . 1 , ,. . f 4 L , , . t . , I . , . S 4 . . . . . , s I- ' . ' ' ' ll I . ' r n - I I ' I y A I .- ' I I I - ' .A ,g 'l suv ' - :Q . . . . . ,, 1 .hun ll M - , lla. rx Pa+ Davis secrelary freasurer Slewarl Hall presudenl and Eugene Ken dall vice president of Sporlsmans Club lreep lhelr plol neal and clean 'Q-I Eugene Kendall Thomas Seals and Joe Malhews loolt over 'lhe plans of +he division of +he labor lhe club is donalmg 'lo 'rhe +o be buull bleachers Sportsmans Club Donates T1me to School,Commun1t Organized to encourage good sportsmanship among the stu dents at Edgevs titer the Sportsmans Club has a membership of thirtx one bots led by their sponsor Mr H Pilker these boys are interested in promoting school projects by donating time rather than money Their proyects throughout the year show members rented cushions for the comfort of spectators In order to back the newly organized Interclub Counc1l in one of their projects the Sportsman Club cnthusmsticallx agreed to rake trim and spray 1 piece of the campus Their specific plot of land extended along the Memorial parking lot and it stated inten als members could be found out thtre working to keep it clean and nice looking in the auditorium at the Fair in February and preparing to Work on the planned bleachers in back of Edgen ater school The members of lhe Sporlsmans Club are row one Gene Kendall Larry Lynch Frank Welse Charles Sherman Jim Lee Allen Schofield David McKnugh+ Bull Owens Richard Mize Jumbo Pale Row 'rwo Chuck Howard Joseph Malhews Roberi' Harrison Tommy Browning William Mead Louis Hicks Gary Fleming Raymond Burris Mr Henry Pnllter sponsor Row 'three Thomas Seals Bumpy Hughes Ned Loffon Ned Fleming Bull Funslon Jon Zorlan Jerry Tilley S+ewar+ Hall by 5 Ev 0 y Q51 ella A xi . I . I . O C 4 ' , Y . L ' lr. . t 4' 4 1 , ' '- '. , ' ' ' . ' . " r ' . 1 . ' ' 1 1 5 ' ' 3 L l 7 K a Y I - this idea, At the first football game of this season, the club The two main projects were selling programs to the shows L Y I . ' ' L l 1 vm , 17 . fl . V ls- ,L Y ,Jr - 5, 4 , L I F. , . 1 , "' 1 r 6 i x N Nu V if "1 e , sg, 7. ,ai 4 . 'M A I Carlene Brandt, vice-president: Sandy Brokaw, presi- dent, and Marcia Clockadale, treasurer, make plans for the Junior Red Cross activities all during the year, including the community and school proiects. Looking over different Junior Red Cross proiects and records are 'Four Red Cross members-Helen Crab- tree, Frank Shor, Louise Blackburn, and Elzora Williams. Red Cross Raises Money For verseas Auxiliar .M 'Nr-.ma-af ff Starting off the school year with an enrollment drive to obtain working funds for Orange County, the Red Cross, every month thereafter, carried out many special projects. A desig- nated amount of the money collected will send some EHS rep- resentative to summer camp to learn more about the Red Cross and how to plan activities and fund-raising drives. Some of the special projects included on the year's agenda were visiting the Florida Sanitarium year-round patients at Thanksgiving time and distributing candy and gifts. At the beginning of the new year, the Red Cross members held a fund- raising drive for the relief of disaster-stricken areas and to send money overseas for the Red Cross in foreign countries. In order to become acquainted with and report the progress made to the teenagers in other states and all over the world, the Edgewater branch started a scrapbook for newspaper clip- pings of Red Cross activities and pictures of the parties. All through the year, members visited a Childrens Hospital, the Parental Home, Orange Memorial Hospital, and other hos- pitals and rest homes in Orange County, taking the occupants plants and gifts the junior Red Cross members had made them- selves and presenting to them entertaining programs with tasteful refreshments and welcomed diversions. Row one-Elizabeth Lloyd, Marcia Clockadale, Lila Burkholder, Carlene Brandt, Sandy Brokaw, Annette Hill, Sally Oberst, Ginger Fleming. Row two--Pat Lott- man, Joan Corey, Juanita Hill, Jane Montgomery, Helen Crabtree, Becky Willis, Joyce Collins, Carol Smith, Catherine Owen, Louise Blackburn, Mrs. Julila Mid- yette, sponsor. Row three-Pam Russell, Mary Carpenter, Judy Dunn, Frank Fernandez, Frank Shor, Alfred Wahnish, Gary Smith, Nancy Urban, Diane Offner Elzora Williams. ii? i ,gf 4,-9, X Eagle Eye Watchmg Over The Campus Beauhful EDGEWATER HIGH SCHOOL ORLANDO FLORIDA Twelve very hard workrng yournahsm students and therr two sponsors Mrs Iras Farley flldrtorrall and Mtss Iourse Smart fthe Busrness Staff? were responslble for the productron of the school paper the Etgle Eye whrch was a brw eekly pubhca tron Much careful plannrng and hard work had to be com pleted before each 1ssue was finally taken to the prrntet Coverrng assrgned beats and news worthy eyents as they oc curred was only a first step rn puttrng together a newspaper Each person on the staff was an rntegral part of th1s complex operatron whether takrng ptctures wrrtrng copy or sohcttrng ads To please the publrc yartous columns rtngrnq from humor to socrety were wrttten Especrally rnfornaatlye were the personal mteryrews wtth the sports personalrty of the week teachers and the senrors featured rn the Senror Spotl1ght Questrons posed by reporters to students brought forth serrous and r1b tlckhng rephes Vartous toplcs such as Current Eyents Fads and Fashlons and Secret Fears gaye you the lnsrdc story op1n1ons on the EHS campus Besrde puttmg out an rnformatrye newspaper the Eagle Eye staff sponsored the annual Sweetheart Contest rn February Arrangements for thrs tradrtronal contest seryed as another means for staff members to drspose of therr lersure trme After planmng all the varrous detarls and makrng last rnmute changes the contest was adeptly presented at assembly An nouncrng the rcsults of the ballotmg rn 1 specrally prepared 1ssue was the final step rn completmg tlus aftalr Th1S paper much smaller than 1 crty chrontcle had many of the sune problems XY'r1t1ng precrse copy takrng detarled prctures and meetrng deadhnes were a few By oyercomrng these b stacles the EE staff marntarned 1ts htgh cahber As Mlss Smart and Mrs Farley help Chap Block Reporter and Bobby Keller News check copy they also make suggestions to Mary Flynt Editorial writer and Arlene Borl: Socuety who are loolung 'For 'Feature Ideas from past Eagle Eyes Worlung hand an hand sponsors and students worlt late hours to get out paper -IETWORK WN rs ry mln iff ns Em 4' ll - . 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'G x .e.1..0 JL QQ 11 N Row one-Sandra Jones, Judy Brown, Judy Dollins, Louise Ginson, Elenor Hunff, Anifa Louise Ellenbaclr, Diann Edgell, Becky Barnes, Sara Jane Evans, Pal' Hardin. Row fwo-Barbara Juran, Shirley Hirshey, Sherry Benf, Sfephanie Benf, Libby Genfile, Nancy Draper, Ann Brown, Elaine Bryzelalr, Arlene Borlr, Brenda Fleming, Suzanne Haynes, Pafricia Dwyer. Row three-Mary Jeffries, Sandra Bowen, Jamie Bosficlr, Jean Holler, Melanie Medlin, Ann E. Harringfon, Linda Frank, Paffy Dial. Services Are Rendered to School and Communit By A Chrisfmas baskei' for fhe needy is packed by Tri-Hi-Y officers Sara Jane Evans, Patricia Hardin, Cynthia Zellner, Pafricia Dial, and Barbara Juran. As a service organization for senior girls, M. L. Holbrook Tri-Hi-Y offered its services both to the school and to the com- munity. Sponsored by the local YMCA, the group moved rapidly into action in September, and kept its activities at a fast pace. accomplishing many goals during the year. The group started the season off by contributing a float to the homecoming parade, but soon began to work on more serious problems when they participated in the plan sponsored by the Inter-Club Council, to keep the campus lovely. They chose to keep the grounds cleaned up around the auditorium, and pro- ceeded to do so with dispatch and vigor. At Christmas time the girls showed the true spirit of the season when they collected food for a Christmas basket for a needy Edgewater family. The student body was always pleased when the Senior Tri-Hi-Y had fund-raising projects, for then they could buy the delicious brownies the girls had baked. Hard work was not the only item on the Tri-Hi-Y schedule however, and at the program meetings the girls were treated to several guest speakers, among them, a marriage counselor and Dr. Anderson, the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. At these meetings the girls also had a chance to get better ac- quainted, and many ended in spirited song-fests with every girl joining in and every group trying to out-sing another on the rollicking rounds with which the meeting adjourned. As the year drew to a close, the girls looked back on a year full of harmonious co-operation and many achievements. Proudly they recalled the work put in on their various projects completed during their final year-the money and clothes collected and sent to the Orlando Rescue Mission, the basket of food for the needy family and their many other services which they performed for the benefit of school and community. Nu 'Q . ,ff Molly Siarling, Cafhy Warlow, and Claire Sfan+on sing fo Margie McCree's accompanimenf as fhe Tri-Hi-Y mee+ing draws +o Hs usual melodious close. Row one Bobbi Sco'H Nancy Macnamara M Mecllm Judy LeBre Nancy Rood Barbara Jo Pemberion, F. Simenslxy, Milly Roih, Myra Siglrfler, Gloria Kenf. Row fwo B Phegley S Kelly C Smlfh J Muller M Mafhns M McCree M Sfarllng B. Parlce, S. Williams, C. Warlow, L.Hagan, S. McLean, T.Tinsley, P.SmHl'1. Row 'rhree J Oswald C Zellner S Ogrean Beverly Mofschman C Sfan+on M Purcell, A. Wallelxer, K. Rounfree, A. Smifh, C. Morrison, N. May, S. Roberson. be V' U 44? .3,,i T' A T 'O Working on a car wash sponsored by fhe Caiherine Brumbaugh Tri-Hi-Y are: Mary Jo McManus, Linda Smith, Sally Moore, and Barbara Keller. As C. B. Tri-Hi-Y Sponsors The members of the Catherine Brumbaugh Tri-Hi-Y exhibited high standards of Christian character as they worked on ULIITICY- ous worthwhile projects this past year. One of the important services the club performed was to support the Y.M.C.A. Wforld Service, an organization which gives aid to people in foreign countries. In the traditional spirit of Thanksgiving and Christ- mas seasons two needy families from Orange County were given food baskets, containing turkeys and canned goods. Along with the food baskets, gifts were included for the children. These are but a few examples showing the C. B. Tri-Hi-Y's interest in community service. Besides working on service projects the members took part in a car wash. Each member participated by selling tickets and washing the cars. Other money-making projects included cake and fudge sales. which were held at school. After the basketball game against Maynard Evans. the C. B. Tri-Hi-Y sponsored a dance, which was held in the cafeteria. A great deal of preparation was required to plan the theme, entertainment, and decorations for a dance such as this. and the members willingly worked to make it a success. In December. five delegates attended a leadership training conference in Tampa. In the Spring. two members represented their Tri-Hi-Y at the Youth and Government conference held in Tallahassee. Both of the conferences were very beneficial, as the delegates brought back new ideas for their club. One can easily see the Catherine Brumbaugh Tri-Hi-Y was an active service club working to maintain higher standards of Christian character throughout the school and community. Worth-While Projects Row one-Linda Pallone, Jane Sfinson, Mary Jo McManus, Beverly Boone, Janice Tilghman, Carol Walerhouse, Penny Parker, Janice Owens, Mary Pilcher. Row two-Mrs. Bidwell, sponsorg Be-'Helou Rose, Ginny Jo Riddle, Linda G. Smifh, Trish Rush, Fran Syber+, Marjie O'Neall, Sherry Pelers, Marlha Wills. Row ihree- Beclty Willis, Sally Moore, Gayle Weeden, Mary Ann Pitlman, Sandie Moore, Prissy Moore, Sharon Smirh, Sharon Reagin, Sara Mole, and Toni PerMar. Q . 5- -use it lin swf 4 .... - Y... M f ., 6 'fr -r as U A-P kr 3 X .5? .gy 3' 'Y ,ff 'wr is--u ff' f 10 uv S""3'ii1e"' IQ A Row one Bonny Block Marfha Acllunson Carol Bishop Sara Jane Beaboui Nrklu Clayfon Fran Carrufh Mary Flynl' Connie Glbbs Emnly Mulls Karen Burlrharf fwo Marilyn Menges Joanne Langford Maxrne Frlecllancler Kafhy Clapp Gloria Greenland Joan Corey Susan Davidson Cindy Granl' Row Three Susan MaH'hews Beverly Johnson Karen Marlon Barbara Keller Darla Albrechf Lrnda Johnson Perry Avdoyna Barbara Jones and Carol Cavanaugh Hrgh Standards of Chr1st1an Character Are U pheld Gloria Greenland secreiary Sharon Smrlh presldenl' Mary Pnlcher ireas Flllung baslre+s for lhe needy are Barbara Jones sergeanl ai arms Mrs urer Carol Waflerhouse vnce presrdeni' plan a fheme for 'the dance Bidwell sponsor Mary Flynl' hlslorlan and Karen L Marlon chaplann -ev' an W1 X423 KHP' asc N! jlxwsisg-,il HL Q is Q l 5' 2' A fa. J ft M' S ' 5 5 TI' as A f A 1 rf K . fs J X f 4 x if. 9' ,avg X' Q V A , - ' .K ' 5 f ww 'X J,-.' l . K Q ns' I A 1 ,X . 'A ,Q a'I 9 o s ' .,.- -' 1 I , N. f I .lf ,ff Q K - - lim". . l ,532 'V' 2 k ' by ye , Ba . .P Fritz Schunlt buys a mum from Lynda Hesfer and Suzanne Pemberfon af 'fhe Lorena Thomas Tri-Hi-Y's firs+ annual chrysanfhemum sale. "The meeting will please come to ordern were the first words heard as nearly eighty girls gathered in the cafe- teria as Mrs. Everett, their sponsor, introduced them to the Tri-Hi-Y. Rather late in the year the group organized and held elections. Ofncers were Lynda Hester, presidentg Mary Bette Rose, vice-president: Nancy Hagar, secretary, jean Keeys, treasurer, Jean Taylor, chaplain: Pam Wilson, parliamentarian, Jill Shirey, sergeant-at-arms, and Jane Montgomery, historian. A Later in the year induction ceremonies were performed at Camp Vfewa by the senior members of Tri-Hi-Y. Now we were actual members in this vast Christian organiza- tion where we found great pleasure in performing benefits for people less fortunate than ourselves. For these services we received points for each hour we served, To remain in the club we were required to achieve at least ten working points by the following May. Among our many service projects were selling poppies f, to aid the disabled veterans and helping with the annual cancer fund drive. During this drive, our city was well canvassed by girls from the Lorena Thomas Tri-Hi-Y. We all looked forward to retaining membership in this stimulating group for another year. Girls in Lorena Thomas Tri-Hi-Y Enjoy Doin Man Row one-Claire Joslyn, Carolyn Kiphufh, Ann Eilrenberry, Gail Ford, Carol Hayden. Judy Granf, Linda Holhclaw, Carolyn Collins, Molly Kelly, Cathy Caldwell: Row +wo-Ilene Wasserman, Jill Shirey, Maria Sue Whitney, Jean Keeys, Willisia Holbroolz, Pafsy Kelley, Sandy Lewis, Sharon Champbell, Barbara La- Regina, Judi Harms, Sandra Apgar, Beclty Faullr, Gayne McAlis'fer, LyneHe Bagley. Row fhree-Marfha McCroslrey, Sharon Palmer, Marlie Voorhees, Pafrncla Fiedler, Louise McConnell, Mary Gunnison, Nancy Hagar, Nancy Colman, Frances Cooper, Lynefa Bagley, Judy Colby, Gaylyn Lobinslcy, Sandra Ann Lee, Karen Louise Ferghfner. . " ...I .f l5ll Lefl 'lo righf, Crusaders Benna Paxfon, Jeaneffe Foote, Don Clerico, Doi Johnson, Bob Horan, Marshall Gillam, Judy Poff, Jimmy Farring, PaHy Corbin and Rulh Thomas fhumb fhrough their Bibles in special Bible knowledge conlesfs not only for the Bible Quiz Team bul for the club as a whole. Campus Crusaders Exemplify the Christian Spirit "Christian living put into practice" was the theme which inspired the Campus Crusaders as they participated in activities this year. Edgewater High Schools chapter of this outstanding club joined hands with Crusaders clubs of other high schools for many fellowship activities. The Bible Quiz Team of the Campus Crusaders was composed of five members and one alternate. The quizzes, often held at Or1ando's Christian Youth Center, covered the books of II Timo- thy and I and II Peter of the New Testament. The purpose of these quizzes was to help the Crusaders become more familiar with the books of the Bible. Matches were held nearly every other week between various high schools in the Orlando area, and aided the promotion of more good will in friendly inter- school competition. Several members of the EHS team com- mented that the opposition was keen, the experiences rewarding and that all of the "get togethersn were most enjoyable. Do'Hie Johnson has Being an active and loyal club, the Campus Crusaders sup- ported the inter-club council and took on special projects. Two or three times during the year, all the Youth for Christ groups of Orlando met for "Funspiration." This was an opportunity for all to have fun in planned games, activities, and refreshments. The Christian young people of the clubs looked forward to the times when they could assemble with others of Christian Youth from the various sections of our state. Mr. Edwards was considered by the members of the club that he advises to be a jovial, well-liked and friendly member of the fine staff of Edgewater teachers. The Campus Crusader club of our school has been a happy one this past year working, learning, playing, and praying side by side together for the benefit of all. They felt that they had accomplished a lot during this past i959-1960 school year towards the building up of their future lives as Christian citizens. lhe correcf answer 'lo +he drill quesfion 'lhal Mr. Louis Ed- wards asks of mem- bers of lhe Bible Quiz Team of Edge- wa+er High, buf Don Clerico, Rufh Thom- as, Bob Horan, and Marshall R. Gillam "miss fhe boa+" com- plelely. The +eam enjoys compelifion. Richfer. Inclustrious Hi-Y Keeps Activities In Full Swing To start off the new school year with friendly fellowship, the Hi-Y sponsored a big victory dance in the EHS gym after one of the football games. Our Hi-Y'ers, in the proper spirit of Edgewater hospitality, ushered at all home games. With an eager endeavor to maintain the Christian Spirit, the club kept in the swing of activities by helping out with school projects and the various drives that were entered into by the student body during the past year. Industrious Hi-Y Eagles also scrubbed and shined cars to raise money for the club's treasury Early in the school year, the Hi-Y voted to give money towards new books for the Edgewater Library, and quite a few excellent ones were selected for our rapidly expanding storehouse of books The Hi-Y was one of many clubs participating in the support of the school-wide inter-club council. Last summer two oiiicers attended the Hi-Y-Tri-Hi-Y con vention at Blue Ridge, North Carolina. The assembly lasted an experience-packed week, and inspired the two with renewed resolutions to make the school year the best yet. The officers turned in to the club the report on the trip's exciringly varied incidents, and stirred up such interest that the Hi-Y began to plan at once to send at least five members to the convention at Blue Ridge this coming summer. Each member of the Hi-Y felt that the 1959-1960 school year was a most rewarding one for the whole club. Harvy Hanna says "This is i+!", as Sid Parroi, Fred Richier, MaH Siraub, and Dave Tegeihoff loolr a+ ihe record book io checlz ihe monefary re- sulis of +he Hi-Y dance, while John Marfinson counis pari of 'lhe proceeds. Seafed are Don Daniels vice presidenf Chip Bloclc presiden+ Dennis Flan agan recording secre+ary and s+anding are Rick Miller chaplain Dick Thompson sergeani' a+ arms David Founfain corresponding secreiary Gene Kenf ireasurer and Mr Raymond Allan Jackson sponsor of Hi Y First row-Mike Rafhel, Curi- Ashcroft Don Baxirer, Dennis Flanagan, Kyle Cufchen, Sidney Parrof, Jeff Flemming. Second row-Paul Davidson, Charles Wesf, Jim Bellizio, Harv Hanna. Bob Landley, Dave Tegeihoff. Third row-Jerry Smifh, Hugh Dearing, Rick Miller, Gene Ken+, John Mariinson, Richard Thompson, Fred IQ' I 'iq ca -A t ? ,ff ,f .1-,. gi- . A .3 if x Jw f Da get at gg. , W , Q? Making 'Hnal plans for +he dis+ric+ round-up are Key Club officers Alfred Wahnisln, pres.: Ronnie Reese, rec. sec.: Don Batchelor, frees.: and Fred Widerman, vice pres. Sranding are Jeff Becker, ir. dir.: Bill Pafrick, cor. sec.: and Bill Rencher, senior direcior. Edgewater Key Club Key Club, a model of Kiwanis Club, experienced a very active year. After Pledge Week, their new members labored at their "Victory Dance." Working enthusiastically, Key Clubbers received the District Key' Club Round-up twice-once in October and again in February-one of many honors they brought to Edgewater. Scheming with other local Key Clubs, they sponsored an inter-club dance. After weeks of planning and preparation, they hosted the State Board Meeting in March. Contributing one hundred cata- logues to the College Center composed another of Key Club's valuable services, making them indis- pensable throughout the year. Row one-Ronny Scudder. Larry Tunick, Jim SuHon, Bill Rencher, Frih Schunck, Dave Wanner, David Sma+hers. Row two-Bob Sterling, Ronnie Reese, Alfred Wahnish, Al Monfgomery, Murray Smith, Richard Katz, Sieve Kany. Row rhree-Bob Williams. John McKay. Dan Price, Jim Robinson, Bill Pafriclt, Fred Widerman. 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Bookstore Workers and Monitors Serve School Dail "We don't have any old locks." "Do you want wide line paper, or narrow?" "Wait! You forgot your change!" These were several of the things the bookstores workers said as they served their many customers, supplying to Edgewater students the countless things they needed each dy. Although they' labored diligently, it was not "all work and no playf' as these typical sayings prove: "It's time you got back, Karen." "Michele, put your shoes on." "What was hir name?" The official duty of the monitors was to roam the halls during the lunch shifts and see that they were kept clear if classes were in session. This they were to do quietly and efhciently but with dispatch. Many had been threatenedg still they went on, doing their duties. The names of the guilty were turned into the office, and they were dealt with by the firm of Fleming and Davis. Due to the hazards of the job the original seven had been reduced to two, who should be awarded Purple Hearts. These were the bouncers of EHS Anchors Get uickl Under Wa for Year of Service Thirty girls, under Miss Mary Gordon, their sponsor, and Trina Aitcheson, their president, formed the Anchor Club, the newest service organization on the EHS campus. Although some girls knew comparatively few of the others at the beginning of the year, various service projects and social gatherings quickly brought them into a co-operative, closely-knit group. Because four service hours a year were necessary for each girl to retain membership in the club spare time was cramped with different projects through which the girls were able to be of service both to the school and the community. Washing the windows in the classrooms, caring for the grounds between two of the buildings, taking money at different golf courses during the Cancer Fund Tournament and helping complete the schedule cards before the opening of school the girls soon corn pleted the required number of service hours Money making prolects included 1 Tuppervmre party and selling programs at the classic Edgewater Boone football game Pleasure found its may into the agenda though as well as work The decoration of 1 mammoth float for the homecoming parade was a big challenge but a lot of fun At the covered dish suppers and at the hilarious initiation of new members everyone had 1 rollicking big time Monthly program meetings were mformatixe as well as entertuning So the youngest of Edgevxaters clubs was recognized as one of its most active Saturday tlnds the Anchor Club ottlcers Jane Wooddell Carol Ann Baxter K Mlrlam ulnby and Trina Altcheson washing wmdows to get service hours Row one Charlotte Joerg Dorothy Pattison Mlrlam Quinby Adrianne van Gelder Judy Baxter Nancy Condon Wendy Draper Aurora Morgan Nettle Balmer Row two Betty Lloyd Marne George Suzanne Ryan Karen Beltl Janet Hlclts Loretta Blacltburn Betty John Jo Ann Martin Faith Slesnlclc Jean HBWRINSOH Mass Mary Gordon Row three Carol Baxter Jane Wooddell Barbara Fraser Lorene Taylor Jud: Meltm Glorua Barton Sandra McAllister Judy Mlmclr Trina Altcheson A F96 gl' an vt' .Q Wx fin-n ln , 3 - I W , ' ' ' 2 '. t . ' ' Y . t ' vc 1 ' L 7 , . . , , . ,QW Y K K I . Y I . . K . .5 I . Y Y 1 ' ' Q" V K. L L . Y Y Y . L I I . l N ' I . n v s ,A ' if Q I I - -1- I . I l ' ' I . I I I I I . ' l I I I I I I I I I I Q 1' I I I I I I I I 03 G' I ee 11- 3' l ,, -- -- '- at-' f- I .14 j 'it I S Q' we ' id is . v- h M' ' 5 V 'C' . O, 4-. " 1 Q.. 7' Q Gi'-" a es. is r Y' , ' l , ff" 4 ' v 2 ll I A R A if . gk J' L13 -- - 1 Q fag, ik 'TL Y W' 'if 'sv' V ' " QUT ' wi l i ' 8 , ,, Xa, ' 5. ' -lx 11:5 C X Kwik 'N V, 4. , n, T, A ft' fi r ls 'M 7 ' " E '05 ' i I ' r , xf - :EV M B ' at -' f...'.j:f ' f r !5Q""" 1 If M 7 ins' , 'I-"Q: .P , 3 , X . 1 ,f I if ' " f ' -V T 1 X f Q' 1 1 ' ' :ff ' x K . , V4 1 fl' Row one-G. Kendall, B. Hughes, B. Funslon, L. Henry, J. Freeman, G. Fleming, J. Kelly, J. Hollar. Row 'lwo-S. Johnson, J. Burnell, T. Browning, Ken Frazier, Ned Fleming, R. Carler, Jim Bassarear, Joe Hadlow. Row lhree-Ray Burris, Jim Armslrong, M. Hochsfein, Pal Davis, Ricky Flelcher, Slew Hall, Billy Howard. Civitans Augment Treasury by Selling Fruitcake At a bang of the gavel and, "The meeting will please come to order!" the forty-nine boys settled down to take care of the business at hand. As well as the parties and hayrides in which they frequently indulged, there were many serious matters to attend to, besides. The most pressing was the yearly fruitcake sale which netted profits from the sale of nearly 2100 pounds of fruitcake. Among other things they were the school sponsors of the citizenship essay contest as well as the Crusade for Free- Q5 ,, . dom contest in which by writing twenty-five words one had the opportunity to win tt trip to Europe. Civi-ran oFFicers Tommy Seals and Gary Fleming find ready buyers for Clax- 'lon Fruilcalce in fhe olher Civilan officers Pai Davis and Tommy Browning. Row one-Thomas Archibald Seals, Danny Parrish, Charlie Palmer, Richard Mize, Richard Spencer, Charles Sherman, Joe Upsal, John Roquemore. Row +wo- Jimbo Pate, Jon Zorian, Danny Rivenbarlr, Kirby Moncrief, Larry Lynch, Richard Maness, Tommy Spencer, Robbie Zellner, Jerry Tilley, Mr. Arlhur Foss, spon sor. Row 1-hree-Franlt McMichael, Joe Marfhews, Tommy Denson, David McKnigh+, Butch Swoszowslri, Jimmy Weber, Franlt Marlcelie, Dave Marfin, W. Srephens lv g Q 7 f 45 9 3 . 'Q f -tk . we -nf 'QV' inf! l vi fa ' ,Qi l Q ' uf. 'v,J3s7- , 'T .fr fx., -1 A id il A .'-- RTS 11 3 n rw-, 5 an--' 'Q A ! My ma - a'?'GHg5 M if Row one-Gary Smith, Russell A. Cole, John Carter Daniels, Wendy Draper, Bonnie Borda, Felice Felzenberg, Steven Kany, Sanford Libman, Robert Horrell. Row two-Lowell Kopp, Ronald Jernigan, Eugene Burkhart, Robert Cook, Paul Brown, Frit-L Schunck, Donald Baxter, Thomas McClanahan. Bi-Phy-Chem Club Encourages Our Future Scientists Since science is one of the most important nelds in the Space Age, students are encouraged by the Bi-Phy-Chem Club to be- come interested in science and to cultivate an interest in experi- mentation on their own. Working toward this goal, members performed experiments at their weekly meetings in one of the three major sciences: biology, chemistry, or physics. Besides the annual Field trip to the Florida State Engineering Fair, the club set up a large display on atomic fusion in the school library, thus developing a new idea in learning. To benefit the school as well as themselves, Bi-Phy-Chem club members started a 'science library with pamphlets they had or- dered and movies they lent to the different science departments. Between projects and experiments, the Bi-Phy-Chem Club helped many future scientists to learn just a few of the technical aspects of the numerous fields of science, Accomplishing a difficult experiment are Billy Rybolt, treasurerg Lowell Kopp, president: Paul Donofrio, a corresponding secretary: Bonnie Borda, a recording secretary, and Paul Brown, the vice-president of Bi-Phy-Chem. Y are row one-Ronald Scudder Clary Outlaw Ruth Thomas "Q, has if Carol Wolking Melanie Med- lin Robert Swain. Row two- Larry Tunick, Matthew Straub. Ricky Miller, William Rybolt, fu snr , I The members of Bi-Ph -Chem Edward Olsen, Steven Moul, Mr. Wishau, sponsor of the Bi-Phy-Chem Club. s,t,,,, . 5 ,, J, M. ,et 2 x t. Wiz. Row one-Sally Obersl, secrefaryp Renee Lorraine Osborn, Beflelou Rose, Donnie Ma+hison, Carol Nan Fleisher. Row 'lwo-Annelie Carswell, Carol Ann Prosen, Sue Holi, LyneH'e ScoH', presidenl: Mary Ann PiHman, Joline Gilchrist, Danna McCullers, lreasurer. Pan-American, Chess Provide Knowledge, Enjoyment Those Spanish students who want to learn about the people and customs of Spanish-speaking countries belong to the Pan- American Club, sponsored by Mrs. Brooks. "Even though were small, just watch us go!" might Well be their motto, because the thirteen members had a busy year. Theyl carried out the purpose of the club by watching movies on the South American countries, listening to guest speakers give talks and display color slides, giving a pinata party at Christmas and an Easter party in April to children at the Orange County Parental Home, and selling Spanish dictionaries to Spanish students. Studying the games of chess are Paul Brown, Edwin Rhineharl, William Ryboll, lreasurerg Lowell Kopp, Al Monfgomery, secretary: Robert Swain, and Sieve Moul, president. The fifteen boys in the Chess Club could be found almost every day after school in Mr. Edwards room, sitting before a chess board and thinking out their next move in a game that requires concentration, analysis, but most of all, intelligence. A continued contest among the members kept everyone on his toes and decided the current best player and runnerup. The EHS Chess Club provided a team of the ten top boys in the club for the tournaments between schools. In this inter- scholastic competition, the Chess Club came out ahead, winning by Wide margins every tournament played. Conceniraiing wifh a seeming profound inleresf on The games of chess are Peter Hardy, Robert Cook, Paul Donofrio, Jerry Johnson, Gene Burlthari, Curl Smihi, Sieve Kany, Edward Olsen. af' fli QU, YS... ass!! ' ai 'X K3 1 1 ' ' I a V,- 4. IM -1-vw iw 1 3 Officers are H. Hanna, F. Simenslxy, J. Wooddell, N. Beaudef, M. Siraub, F. Richler. Club sponsor Jane Crow regisiers Jerome Evans for lhe annual Lalin Club Forum. This year Edgewaler was lzcsf +o lhe Siafe Lalin Clubs. Row one-Sue Pemberlon, Jan Simenslry, Linda Walion, Miri- am Quimby, Rulh Thomas, Carol Wollring, Benna Paxon, Anne Webman, J. Owens. Row +wo-S. Peters, C. Wrighl, F. Si- menslry, M. Pawlilc, Jane Monlgomery, J, Hiclrs, P. Sleuslrorn, Latin Club . . . Eaglecade . . . "Great Caesars ghost!" is a cry to be uttered at the many wonderful undertakings and rewarding success- es of the Latin Clubs projects. Members eagerly met on Thursdays with sponsor, Mrs. Jane Crow, to map out plans for the coming months. At the Latin Forum held at Edgewater, Eagles who participated in the various skits and contests brought due recognition to the E. H. S. members of the Classi- cal League and Edgewater. Perhaps the biggest undertaking was the all- important planning of the Eaglecade to Gainesville for the student body. A detailed amount of work Row one-Sherry Meyers, Nancy Myers, Juavue Norwood, Louise Ginson, Judy LeBre, Shirley Hirshey, Carolyn Kiphuih, Gayle Parnell. Row lwo-Clary Oul- law, Pal Loflman, Joanne Langford, Louise McConnell, Sandra Lee, Sanford Libman, Glenda Gambrell, Dorofhy Pallison, Joan Jenson, Melanie Medlin. Row lhree-Sally Gray, Barbara Fraser, Harvy Hanna, Alberl' G. Monlgomery, Jerry Marlin Johnson, Donald Wayne Johnson, Margarei' P. Kelly, Jean Holler. Melanie Rulh Maihis. muff f Y' 1- X , sr J P"N . MEM X S. McDonald, C. Ramsey, T. PerMar, Carol Sallzman, Julie Thomas, Kif Young. Row 'lhree-Frilz Schunk, Larry Turner, M. Sfraub, D. Traufner, C. Wesl, F. Richler, Miriam Wiiengier, Mariana Nagle, Barbara Rogers, Ronald Scudder, Jerry Smilh. Hosts Snappy and Forum was cheerfully accepted by the Latin Club and re- sulted in a fabulous time to be remembered. The many plans of the Latin Club for the 1959-60 year hit their climax when the annual Latin Club Banquet was held. An informal banquet, with mem- bers dressed as Romans, reflected the colorful and most vivid days of old Rome. At the close of the year, the Latin Club looked back with much pride on its many fine accomplishments and already heads began to get together in planning another successful year. Sfepping oFf our charfered irain, Edgewaier Eagles aHend fhe Gainesville Eaglecade Roman gladiarors, Harvy Hanna and Gene Burkhari' wresile for gay Roman speclafors Row one-Karin Finnell, Mar+ha Adkinson, Peggy Coy, Ka+y Chapman, Lois Falck, Carol Bishop, Susan Davidson, Nikki Clayion, Row fwo-Wendy Draper, Nancy Beaude+, Nancy Lucile Crable, Joyce Anlhony, Loreffa Kaye Blackburn, Judy Dunn, Linda Susan Frank, Sally Bissinger, Karen Louise Bei+l, Bonnie Borda, Cloe Bohl man. Row fhree-Don Clerico, Gene Barber, Russell Cole, Pefer Dingleday, Jerome William Evans, Gene Harold Burkhart, Charles R. Barnes, Lee Wayne Byers TorchSociet Prom ts Hi h Y P 8 Promoting high scholarship and good grades, Torch Society served as a link between National Junior Honor Societies and the National Honor Society at Edgewater. In order to retain mem- bership, each member had to keep at least a "B" average in his studies. Even after grades reduced to a "C", students on proba- tion were allowed six weeks for raising grades before they were X fades Among Members finally suspended from the club's activities. This year, Torch Society members in their effort to serve appointed fire marshals responsible for quick evacuation of the building in case of an emergency. Enforcing this project, several members with brushes and buckets of red paint climbed wobbly ladders to paint "exit', signs above the doors. Flrsi' row-Carol Jean Hayden, lrene Hosid, Nancy Coleman, Nancy Hagar, Mary Gun- nison, Willisia Holbrook, Lois Falclz, Judy Atwood, Reia Holi. Second row-Bob Cornei, Sanford Libman, B. Gilbert, Dick Loper, H. Hoiiier, M.Bell, G. Barber, Kaiie Chapman. 23 .,,. r-- "" 'Pl 2' 9' Torch Socieiy officers, Jeff Becker lseaiedl, Don Bafchelor, Sieve Kany, and Nellie Baker, check schedules a+ 'lhe Kardex. Firsi row-Martha Adkinson, Carol Bishop, Sara J. Beabou+, Judy LeBre, Francine Ruih Simensky, Libby Geniile, Paiii Oken, Nan Johnson, Gail Nancy Brown. Second row-Janice Tilghman, Cloe Boheman, Danna McCullers, Carolynn Powell, Rosemary Riviere, Darla Albrecht, Nancy Crable, Arlene F. Safer, Lynn Roquemore. Janelle McCrory. Third row-Mary E. Wood, Neiiie Baker, Gloria ll S2 Greenland, Bill Rencher, JelT Becker, Don Baichelor, Carol M. Long, Susan Smifh, Mariin van Gelder. Firsi row-Gwen McQuade, Nancy McKee, Carowin Wrighi, Carol Ann Wolking, Mariana Nangle, Carol M. McBride, Maxine Lorraine Terman, Beverly Boone, Marie O'Neall, Cissy Harris, Joan Corey, Toby Kessler, Barbara Rogers, Lyneiie Scoil, Jane Monfgomery. Benna Paxton. Third row--Lee Tavel, Ronnie Reese, Ma'H Sfraub, Robie Zellner, Murray Smiih, Jim Buie, Chuck Rogers, Ronny Scudder, Sieve Kany, Charles Barnes. Pawlik, Anne Webman, Nancy Myers, Kii Young. Second row- Proudly wearing the cluster ot ribbons symbolizing scholarship, leadership, service and character are Edgewater's newly inducted mem- bers ot the National Honor Society. Not in order of appearance are seniors, B. Barnes, S. Bissinger, P. Brown, T. Browning, A. El- lenbaclt, S. J. Evans, S, Hirshay, T. Hochstein, L. Kopp, R. Miller, B. Rencher, F. Schunclt, F. Simenslty, C. Stanton, and C. Zellner. Juniors elected to NHS are N. Balmer, C. Barnes, J. Baxter, S. J. Beabout, J. Beclzer, C. Bohlman, N. Clayton, J. Corey, N. Crable, S. Davidson, P. L. Davis, G. Greenland, C. Harris, S. Kany, G. Long, Dick Loper, J. McKey, D. McCullers, A. Morgan, S. O'Berst, M. O'Neal, R. Reese, J. Robinson, M. Rosner, L. Scott, F. Sybert, J. Tilghman, R. Urban, J. Wardf C. West, C, J. Wollting, and C. Wright. ational Honor Society Promotes Year of Service Excelling in scholarship, leadership, service, and character, senior members of the National Society began their year with an Information Service for the beneht of new EHS pupils. Later they appropriately ushered the college-minded seniors and their parents at College Night. In February, NHS ofiicers tapped the Maynard Evans, charter members into the society. Preparing to rap Edgewaters own students into the National Honor Society, the club held fudge sales on all lunch shifts to raise the money. White clad, the old members impressively held their annual induction ceremony for tapping the newly elected juniors and seniors into the Honor Society Nervous anxiety hlled the throats of the new group of students as each stepped forward to receive membership. Admittance to NHS did not end the capable work of its members. Instead, a further quest of knowl- edge was encouraged, for now these students were required to keep a "BU average in order to retain membership. Meeting with other chapters at Edgewater for the District IV Honor Society Convention, NHS served as this year's host. The cultnination of a year's activities was the NHS annual banquet, the setting for an announcement of 1960-61 officers. F Widerman J Wooddell M Young ' . V' , i 'Q' I I '- -.7 -8 . A. Van Gelder K. Weiss . ' . . all 'J X W ,, wk' ' '-1. ' mf 4. 33 K. Cutchen P. Donotrio W. Draper H. Hanna N. Harms .1 U .xp int! 61 'AF' -4 'ff' 7 M Q 4 , 'Q B M. Harwell A. Montgomery L. Henry B. Motschi B. Juran V. Pogue B. McAfee M. Quinby J. Miniclt F. Richter . fm 9 ,gs . w '2-Er :V 11 I A S ti' 3 ea t xv' of 'nl me CQ 'ir -I-3 'fr , .... Q : I, H4 5 4 ww.. ,V rw w w rt V- tit . lv .5 1 1 ' -Z-.4 ?' a.. E. Rinehart B. Rybolt Tommy Seals M. L. Smel C. Smith 5? aj: x-cfm ,ai"'3 'S ul 'll' V ct Q. 'QM' a 24 C. A. Baxter N. Beaudet A. Bork P. Hardy G. Marshall E. Olsen B. J. Runner R. Thomas av- Q If. -'ff' ii X , 13 . ai ,Y i if --fs if .5 1949 W V Fw it ' "str 4 gf Officers: Row I-Beclty Jenltins, presidenf of Mello-E'sg Belly Jean Farmer, sec.-+reas. of Choral Sociefy. Row 2-Penny Sommerville, president ol E-Galsy Toni C. Hochsfein, presidenl' of Tri M. Row 3-Rober+ McAfee, presidenir of Choral Socie+yg Daniel McReynolds, presidenl of Eagleaires. S+anding are accompanisls Charles Wesf and David Bricltley, loolting on as Louise Carver and Nancy Mobley, sealed, give 'lhe pifch for +he 'Firsi' number. The Edgewater Choral Society, wearing flaming new red and white uniforms, began its music program for 1960 at the PTA meeting. They sponsored two parties, one for making friend- ships, the other for alumni, proving Mrs. T's saying, "We're just one big happy family." Taking part in "Vagabond King," they learned to work together and shared the thrill as "the fruits of their labors" revealed that hundreds turned out to see and enjoy their magnificent show. They led the student body in songs in the Christmas program. Also on their schedule were Clinic, Spring Sing, Baccalaureate and Graduation. Row l-Judiih Miller, Nancy Smith, Janice Davis, Marilyn Menges, Delores Snapp, Toni PerMar, Barbara A. Beabouf, Diane Hamlet, Jeanne Earnesl, Merrlly Butler, Joanne Hamlet Marilyn Faulltingham, Sandra Pemberlon. Row 2-Margaret Guess, Bettylou Rose, Belly Jean Farmer, Pennie Englerl, Palricia Tuclter Freddie Nulfer, Franlt Hernandez, Lewis Bracewell, Elzora Williams, Virginia Pritchard, Julia Ann Baily, Donna Lienard, Barbara Smilh. Row 3-Brenda Fleming Dorolhy Jacobs Claudia Sltinner, Rifa Holi, Frank Shor, J. Smilh, R. Golbold, P. Neel, S. Tucltey, Toni Clegg, Lorene Taylor, Nancy Urban, Carole Saller i 3 6 .aj .f 1 5- if .ff 2 5 Q r - y 451' -. il 'ae 1 as ya1.smsi.mw41 when Officers: Row I-Nancy Mobley, Treasurer: Patricia Boxall, Secretary: Toni Hochstein, President: Louise Carver, Vice President: Virginia Pritchard, Parliamen- tarian. Row 2-Pat Arnett, Lila Burkholder, Sammy Evans, Martilu Martin, Patricia Tucker, Betty Jean Farmer, Chuck Glover, Sandy MacAllister, Robert McAfee, Jerry Smith, Becky Jenkins, Charles West, Toni PerMar, Marilyn Menges, Elvin Johns, Judy Hoffman, Merrily Butler, Joanne Neff, Mrs. Estelle Thomas, Director. The members of the honorary Modern Music Masters were nominated upon serving an apprenticeship and showing a genu- ine interest and desire to excel in music. Upholding high standards, theory tests and service projects were other pre- requisites. Initiations were held during both semesters allowing entrance for late-comers and other interested students. The Mello-E's worked hard in before-school rehearsals to perfect music sung at Contest. The group was composed of soph- omore and junior girls who worked hard toward high ratings. The E-Gals, the all-senior-girls' chorus, proudly represented EHS, making their first appearance in stunning new white and red uniforms. On their curriculum for the year were numbers sung in "Vagabond King," Spring Sing, PTA. the Christmas Assembly, and last Baccalaureate and Graduation Ceremonies. "Chins up and stomachs in!" This was the ceaseless phrase heard by the Eagleaires. This all-boy chorus filled the audi- torium with resounding sounds as they sang lustily. Singing in Spring Sing and PTA they formed a four-part rnen's chorus. Row I-Judy Miller, Nancy Smith, Gail DaCato, Gail Brown, Winnie Hart, M. Menges, Barbara Vaughan, David Brickley, accompanist, Helen Crabtree, Diane Thompson, Lynda Malson, Pat Arnett, Karen Feightner, Marian Pruitt, Joanne NeFF. Row 2-Lynette Bagley, Becky Mathena, Kimi Hawks, Mary Farnam, Toni PerMar, Glenda Phillips, Wenona Denim, Judy Hoffman, Carole Salter, S. Bloodworth, Joanne Hamlet, Winnie lrving, Ginger Ellis. Row 3-Joy Gresham, Mari- lyn Cash, Diane Rogers, Ruth Logue, Becky Jenkins, Thelma Gilette, Cathy Owen. M. Spivey, K. Holsinger, J. Hunt, J. Thomas, B. Rose, M. Rose, D. Hamlett. ilii S 1: N445 wt Nancy Smlfh aHemp+s +o hghlen a hinge on a backstage sei' as Jesse Bufler shows has uncerlalnly Pal Tucker pounds a nall obviously 'ro the dlsfrusl of Jer Smllh while Jimmy Simon loolts on doublfully as Linda Malson fakes saw an hand These crew members are responsible 'For fhe background 'For our produchons Behmd-The-Scenes Work P oduces Excellent Results xv Malrlng ready +o begun performance are Phnl Neel, Russell Brlclrley, Duane Thompson, Tom Hochslem, Don Clay, Jerry Crlfienden and Slupper Boxall 5 The Stage Crew one of our hardest work ng organrzanons has been mstrumental IU provxdmg the servrce and behmd the scenes help needed for out entertalnment Wrthout the Stage Crews hard vsorkmg assrstance the l959 l96O Choral Socrety productron Vagabond K1ng could not have been performed They also helped to dcslgn create and place the beautlful scenery that was used ln the play The h1lar1ous plays whrch were ach1eved by Mrss Sells Drarna Department were l1keW1se made possrble through efforts of the Stage Crew Wrth na1ls brushes and electr1c1ans tape they worked w1thout applause People dld not realxze the vast techn1cal1t1es ln operatlng an efhcrent and precise l1ght1ng system or the hours and hours of workmansh1p lnvolved 1n bulldxng a sunple backdrop Paxntrng on the sets and var1ous scenery the Crew had often labored far 1nto the mght Another wearrsorne chore was the w1r1ng of scenery so that therr product would best su1t 1ts statron Assemblxng sets and bracxng props was just another of thexr act1v1t1es Probably parallel w1th l1ght1ng ma1nta1n1ng the sound system was one of the Crew s 1nost lmportfint dut1es Wrth numer ous nncrophones to place dozens of knobs to turn and many drals to watch the sound system was quxte a respons1b1l1ty The Stage Crew also assrsted w1th the camera, llghtrng, and sound procedures at our pep ralhes, assembhes, and club meetrngs The Crew and the1r manager, Mrs E Thomas, deserved praxse for the quallty of thelr servlce . 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Gloria Kenl Linda Mobley and Anneffe Rowell collect 'Float decorahons Thrs year the Art Club of Edgewater showed therr school sprrrt by takrng an enthusrastrc part rn the homecommg actrvr tres The members donned UB1ng1e dress md proceeded to actually Borl Paxon In O11 Thrs voodoo apparently worked because that mght Edgewater was vrctorrous over Jax Paxon new rdea of selhng red and whrte school pennants to enthu srastrc Eagle boosters helped fill the coffers of the Art Club treasury for use rn other servrce proyects for the school EHS Art Club Sells Pennants for F1rst T1n1e 'V' Achve Art Club members don U Bangle dress for flwenr homecoming 'Float The Edgevy ater Art Club and the Boone Art Club got together for a yomt meetmy, The members of both clubs enyoyed talks and programs by local artrsts rncludmg cartoonrsts fashron desrgners and landscape artrsts These yornt meetmgs were rn terestrng entertaxmng and rnformatrye as well as berng a means An actrye part m the school w1de Clean Up drlye was taken by the organrzatron and they ended a happy successful year by a trrp to Sarasota where they vrsrted the Rrnglrng Museum ROW one Ginger Prllchard Carolyn Green Linda Mobley Gloria Kenl Ann Rowell Maruon O Rorlr Ann Davis Row lwo Peg Seville Mary Preva'l"l MGVY Har well Ann Smnfh Lynela Bagley Nan Rogers Mass Campbell Row 'lhree Sieve Summers Ann Wallelrer Bruce Mules Leroy Lamey Tom Clegg George Long O I gl y , K ,K 2 , . 4 . A V . 1 . . . i . r- ' ' ' 74 ' . 7 ' The sale of the traditional football shakaroos and a brand Of beffefiflg the fel3fiOn5hiP between the VWO Schools- . - r . 4 I V7 7 . . . 7 ' D A - A A u , ' y 2 . l D? get . iz 5 H ji. lfll F L Speakers Bring Honor and Prestige to Edgewater Harvey Hanna gives the "go ahead" signal +o NFL members Chuck Rogers and Kay Weiss as fhey prepare 'lo give devolions over the speaker. The Edgewater chapter of the National Forensic League started off its year with a kick-off dinner for the first football game. They helped in the community drive as part of their service project. The members of this organization planned a program of speeches, debates, and other speaking material to send to other clubs, In this way Edgewatefs N.F.L. helped strengthen the relationship among Orange County Schools. It was helpful as well as fun and the exchange of ideas and ma- terial proved to be a constant source of useful information. Officers-S. Brokaw, M. George, W. While, M. Young, L. Tunick, A. Rowell and J. Sfrong prepare to leave 'For Coral Gables 'For speaking confesis. Hill GRB ES OR BU Marlin van Gelder, Mrs. B. Knowles, sponsor, and Joan Corey help Paul Donofrio crificize his techniques for his speech for 'the Stale Tournament. The N.F.L. speakers also attended various tournaments and other speaking contests. These contests were for many different methods and ways of speaking including dramatic readings, ex- temporaneous speaking, oratorical and humorous interpretations. Edgewater's N.F.L. participated in both the district tournament in Sarasota and in the State Tournament in Coral Gables. Under the able direction of Mrs. Bess Knowles, they copped many honors and awards for Edgewater in all methods of speaking and presenting communicative material. Mary BeHe Rose and Don Batchelor inferview and 'laik fo Judy Meifin dur- ing fhe Orlando Communily drive for Edgewa+er's Nafional Forensic League. Row one Fred Wlderman vpres Adle van Gelder pres Carolyn Green sec frees Marilyn Young chap Row fwo Elaine Bryzlalt Susan Davidson Louise Blackburn Sally Obersf Wendy Draper Margie ONeall Karen Smlfh Row fhree Gene Kenf Sandra Ogrean Gloria Greenland Kay Weiss Sally Blsslnger l.yneHe Scoff Vlrglma Pogue Shirley Hlrshey Mary Harwell Five members started out the year in Edgewaters chapter of Quill and Scroll Two mitratrons brought in 18 newly honored members This busy club s activities included buying 1 Thesaurus for both publication staffs and helping in the cancer drlve as well as gathering food for ft Christmas basket which was given to 1 needy family during the holiday season The members of this organization also worked towards the improvement of the scholarship bulletin board and towards the better informing of Edgewater students as to honors that EHS has received throu h thc var ous activities of its man students 8 Y This active club encoura ed its members toward hi h accom 8 8 plrshments in the many varied fields of Journalism u1ll and Scroll and Visual A1dS Serve Edgewater Each year V1sualA1d members help learning and understand mg spread throughout Edgewater Th1s year was no exception visual and audio aids Their expert training kept the machinery running smoothly and efficiently They were constantly busy and under demand by ndgewater students and faculty alike Reudean Sulfan and Tom Clegg madly fype frying fo keep up wn+h Mr John PerMar as he calls ouf 'Phe film lnformahon for The orders for Visual Aids Under the direction of Mr john PerMar the students in this organlzatxon kept Edgewater Visually educated They were Home Ec and Psychology The film strips helped the teachers put across their subyects more interestingly The training they received will prove very helpful in future busmess positions Jimmy Boslon Ross Brewer Bufch Vlcorey Donald Clay Clifford Pune and Crosby Price scramble fhrough yards and yards of mixed up rolls of rape l 5 2 K . , . . K . . . . . . ' l I C h . h . . K - . . , , , . . The members helped clubs and classes with films and other put to use in almost every subject at Edgewater-including Art, 71 . I n . . . . . sl . ,X .5 ,l, 'T 'T Q 'T 5 'Q ,N V T' Q4 " Q it If ' WN ,f sf, nl 17:3 W Row one-J. Bowles, S. Russell, C. Russell, P. Kelly, M. L. Smellzer, S. Rich, S. Haynes, B. Frazer, G. L. Wilson. Row 'fwo-J. Miniclc, F. Florer, B. Beabouf, W. Herold, S. Slagle, E. Bryzelalt, l. Giles, B. Naiale, M. Sfraffon, J. Hobbs. Row fhree-R. Briggs, P. Seville, S.Jones, D. Edgell, L. Blackburn, L. Terman, N. Condon. Gregg Writers Perform Secretarial Duties for EHS On many occasions throughout the year, familiar sounds of clicking typewriters were heard coming from the busy desks of members of the Gregg Writers. at their homes and at school, as they performed numerous secretarial tasks for the faculty and varied organizations throughout Edgewater. The girls in aiding their school performed such duties as typing names and addresses for the student directory, typing the senior biographies for the ODASAGIAH, and typing tests and other material and running off copies for them for the faculty. The Gregg Writers is an honorary club and girls must achieve and maintain a "B" average in Shorthand l and a average in Shorthand ll. Regarded as a professional club also, it encourages girls who are proficient in those skills that are needed in the business world. New members were taken into 'the club at a colorful ceremony in the banquet room of the Florida Power and Light Company before the end of the first semester. The many helpful duties that these girls performed gave this club the reputation of being one of the most active at Edgewater. Row one-C. Gibbs, M. Cowarl, J. Collins, M. Mauldin, C. Bohlman, M. Friedlander, S. Douglas, J. Lafler. Row fwo-Miss Srnarl, sponsor: K. Dollar, S. Mole, B. John, A. Davis, K. ClaPP. D. Albrecht, B. Jenkins, M. Farnam, E. Anixi. S. Moist, M. Mariin. Row ihree-L. Lynch, A. Morgan, T. Pigone, J. Harper, B. Shapiro, S. McLaughlin, E2 Q ' C7 51 . sg. 'x 5. N'-if X! 3' ,X 'QQ' qw, Y? ' 1 353 gb. mf , 5 x. V .ry 5 R ,Am k I 1 ' ff: -'fb nf , I lf .l I J., ' M, M 'N Field Trip limaxes the 1 kM Year for Future Nurses The future Nurses of America swung into this year with a big fund raising party for the state convention held at the Woman's Club in College Park. Card tables dotted the floor and each player paid one dollar. There were door prizes and refresh- ments. In the Homecoming Parade, uniformed ofhcers rode in a gaily decorated car. Some fifteen girls journeyed to Sanford to attend the District Five convention where one of the members, Pamela Kelly, was elected second vice president. Shortly thereaftr they installed the new members with a party. With the arrival of the Yuletide Season, they decided to cheer up the children in Orange Memo- rial Hospital. Santa Claus, minus his reindeer. arrived to give out the presents and as an additional treat candy canes were served with the meal. The rest of the year they' dedicated to helping OLII at the different hospitals. For the senior members, a sight-seeing tour of Gainesville, the University, and its famous hospital completed the year-a year with many surprises and rewards. Row one-Kafharina Fin- nell, Judy Dollins, F. Caro- lyn Dollar, Jonnie Mae Davis, Connie Wade Gibbs, Sfephanie Benf, Gayne Elyse McAlis+er, Dianne Elizabeih Bernhard, Anneife J. Hill. Row 'two-Carol R. McCoy, Sharon Johns, Pam- ela M. Kelly, Janei' Mc- Whorter, Donna Louise Bro- lraw, R. l. Thomas, Sharon Laclrey, Suzanne Joyce Fe- lix. Row lhree-C. L. Brandi, Sandra Tressa Holdeman, Linda Leigh Boosinger, Sherry Benf, Nan Beaudef. N, ' Wearing malernal looks, Nancy Beauder and Linda Samford carefully pre- pare io give baby his feeding, one of 'lhe more pleasanl sides of nursing. Row one-Linda Alice Wallon, Carol A. Smelrzer Carowin Wri hi J Sfoclrwell, Vicforia Inez Roycejgcheryl R. Winium, Virginia Lynn Wall, Peg- gy Jo Viands. Row fwo-Barbara J. Thomas, Charlene Lee Recu, Sally Anne Gray, Catherine Burwell Owen, Joanie Marie Knight, Sally Claudia Strickland, M. Bee Spivey, Sandra L. Pusi'Fer, Rufh Roberlson, Mrs. Julia Midyelie, sponsor. Row fhree-Caro- lyn Sraron, Joy Cecelia Gresham, Beverly Lynn Phegley, Belsy Laura Parlre, Sharon Louise Roberson, Karen S. Slarcher, Bonnie Jo Runner. mf' 1: tif 'We S! at ' I Row one-Nan Rudd, Linda Malson, Jan Malhews, Mary Farnell, Joy Sulf- ridge. Row +wo-Gail Reynolds, Gera Wilson, Jeanelle Fooie, Beth Shapiro, Louise Blackburn, Jean Grant, Mrs. Mariorie Rendulic, sponsor,lno+ picluredl Busy Year Keeps Future Homemakers on ove "Come now, le+'s share +l1e paint," Joy Sulfridge pleads wi+l1 co-workers, Linda Malson, Jan Mafhews. Nan Rudd, and Mary Farnell as they redecoraie. 177 A beach party on Lake Silver began the year with a splash for the Future Homemakers of America. A few weeks later they merrily entered a decorated car in the Homecoming Parade. A brief pause and then they staged a District Five convention at Edgewater and visited the Colonial High School initiation cere- mony. A visit through the Tupperware plant gave them a chance to fill their hope chests. To see how much had been learned, a progressive dinner was cooked. Each girl made a part and then it was combined and tasted equally by all. They observed the "Red Heart" day and made little valentine dolls which were sent to the hospital. The year neared completiong the girls worked on, decorating the home economic room and cleaning the teachers' lounge. At the same time, a part of the school grounds were kept clean. The y'ear's activities ended with a Mother, daughter banquet at which degrees were bestowed upon each member according to the amount of work done. The mothers beamed proudly at their daughters' achievements as each girl put away her memories Reliving flweir childhood, Jeanelfe Foote and Gloria Edmiston attire dolls as Gail Reynolds addresses Christmas cards and Babs Brown composes bows. W' 5 w al - "f 'vu 1' 113' ' ,M 'f"QQ"i F Q, , gp we ,aljttmv Qs W in-may Behind the 300 building, Verlon Harkeme, Vaughn Johnson, Bill Durrenberger, Mike Conley, Don Horan, and Bill Nichols proudly pose showing off their rracfor. Future Farmers Experience a Fine Year of Training "To develop competent, aggressive rural and agricultural leadership" is the first purpose of the Future Farmers of America. The Edgewater Chapter of the F. F. A., under the direction of Mr. Northrup, is a club consisting of members in the Voca- tional Agriculture classes. During the first year, one takes this subject two periods a day, and after that, only one period daily. Growing vegetables, learning the operation of farm machinery, and shop skills placed in those Eagles enrolled in F. F. A. a feeling of devotion toward nature. When af iheir working siall, Floyd Joslyn, Walier Hundley, Ken Jones, and Frank Shori waich Gary Thompson while he works with fhe F. F. A. plants. Bursting with pride because of having sponsored the State Sweetheart, Carol Long, F. F. A. members worked exhaustedly on their Sweetheart Contest of 1960. While attending District and State Conventions, the EHS Future Farmers received train- ing in the breeding and judging of livestock. Under the sponsor- ship of the College Park Lions Club, the F. F. A. was able to purchase a used pick-up truck through the funds given them by their sponsor. Thus, the Edgewater Chapter of F. F. A. concluded another year of training. Under the F. F. A. program, Sieve Willis, Danny Bruner, Jimmy Dolphi, and Ronnie Sfephens gain rhe needed expe ' nc i ndling welding equipmenf. gr-mmawzm-wmn'xunw rue e n ha QM? Jn!"' 'U' Row one-Kay Long, Peg Kelly, Mariy Cochran, Linda Smith, Belle Weber, Diane Smi+h, Yvonne Cox. Row 'lwc-Nancy Vaughn, Belly Franlrlin, lna Giles, Car- ole Russell, Barbara Reece, Carol Mealy, Mr. Moncrief, sponsor. Row 'fhree-L. Morrison,W. Headley, P.Codding+on, J. Faulk, N.Whi'fe, T. Johnston, J. Karpake. DE Sponsors "Courtesy Week" and Show s Manners Using "very good" poinls in fhe Dislribulive Educalion Class, Belly Weber shows lhai effeclive speaking is very important in any 'Field of business. Ho Hum i "To develop progressive leadership in the Held of distribution Why Bring Thotll that is competent, aggressive, self-reliant, and co-operative" is the first goal of all Distributive Education Clubs. This is done at For lngtrgffm' Edgewater by attending a class each day under the watchful eye - 1 of Mr. Russell Moncrief, coordinator-teacher. Students under this program received on-the-job training in wholesale and retail occupations. "Courtesy Week," February l-5, was sponsored jointly by the De and Dct groups on campus. During this time good manners and personal dignity were stressed. At an assembly program, which D.E. put on, Edgewater students became acquainted with - good salesmanship techniques and the high professional standards used in business today. Attendance at meetings proved to be an adequate training for the EHS Chapter of DECA, the businessmen of tomorrow. V an Q war ,. .g y 'ww Q . M 4 sf WHA! Qi 'i ,sw- Row one-Jim Hunf, Larry Rowland, Ruth Ann Folsom, Carol Kirkland, Eleanor Hodgeman, Marlene Hari, Sharon Williams, Donna Franlts. Row two-Linda Sol- burg, Gloria Ferree, Joyce Ann Robertson, Henry Allen, Joey Alexander, B. Connelly, P. Gowen, Gary Lundequam, Jimmy Smith, Billy Malloy, Jimmy Ne:-Smifh. D. C. T. Furthers Education, and Promotes Skills Gary Lundequam quickly locaies paris, while on the iob ai Square Deal Machinery Co. Bruce Connelly and Phil Gowan listen alerrly as Ann Folsom reads an order iusl received "lil f 23l'8.CJE!'t3g411 e A 1. ! r 1 :kv 3 a ISO 1' fb Believing in the tenet that "Experience is the best teacher," D.C.T. students spent several hours a day gaining valuable on-the-job experience. Under the direction of Mr. Stuart Van Voorhees, the students attended four classes daily and then went out to Work on various jobs which ranged from telephone operators to shipping clerks. With the help of teachers and employers, they learned those methods of good business which would move them to higher positions in the future. Thus prepared, the students rendered a valuable service to themselves and their community by pleas- antly supplying their services to local merchants, and courteously waiting on their numerous customers. Bob Guesr shines, and buffs a propeller for Haygood Marine. E 2 ra., 'iw Row one-Danny Cruze, Charles Callaway, Gerald Blacltwelder, Jerry Lowe Jerry Tilley Wesley Mnmms Pete Junluns Morris WICRS Row two L R Deese Bob Reese, Chester G. Barton, Ray White, Eric Harscheed, Al Lamoreaux, John O Hazelgrove Steve Akers Lewis Olson Roger Setzer Paul Snyder Mr H Pullrer Outfitted with new equipment, and under the able direction of Mr. Henry Pilker, the students in the morning and afternoon Auto Mechanics classes were constantly busy. The boys took the course for three hours a day, getting ready for further classes at the Orange County Vocational School. During their school hours the boys applied their knowledge by working on students, cars and Faculty members' cars. As they became expert auto mechanics, the students did all types of work While they charged only for the parts. By putting to use, in this way what they learned, the boys were well trained in technique and use of equipment and quali- lied to secure good jobs after graduation. Emil Kunz, Ed Mallard, and Greg Collins work expertly on an axle assembly. Auto Mechanics Get Experience, Prepare for Future Row one-Leland Hubbard, Johnny Willis Nelson, Michael Burlte Graffnis, Robert William Rich Fletcher Gregory Collins Mr Henry Pnlker Row two John W. Rowland, Jr., Victor Harry Normand, Kenneth Lee Adams, Emil H. Kunz Robert Trotto Edward Alton Mallard Thomas Newbold xx, frkiki 'fn wi. 1' in 'g , ,if rf . 2.,Q.,g.,315 mx .V .,.. 5 ,, my +... we -: i fiw, ,---.., ' fn? 'ff 5 V. gm. Q, Q . sf' . greg., 'X . U1 cl 'wja .+. in . hs.. 4. fun in " 1 Hrs, :W Q 4 'X if ,m 147 d . .wh 'Q' Q, I ke 81 1 S w IQ Vw 12 .gg 4 .f 7' 5 ,Y 3 r pq ww... -3' sw , ef 1 'X 'fu -vi a -2 1 xv . We Q N.. "-. N X "-. x Q x 'Q mx 1 wx- X qw., M Q!5?ffrQgffg,Qg. , ' "f'Q'fmQ-. FH RFQ? F rn? fs, 2 . Qggwvf A nnwkgzggtgghrt wk nil- .rw w. s. , in ki' 4 . his ..:, N . M M 'Q if 5 ,Q y .,":'f'-Z., 2 5 'lx H 'Q hs! . va N., R. L. Nr. I' L . 'ig- - ' X .. 1 :L 'As 5 . ' 4"""- - . f 1. .. . pf fl 1' V xzml ' 1. P 'Q , ' X 3? 1 if 5 3 4 hwy'-. . N-. -gi XX '. sswm. .. VMSSQMQ n.:,,Q5'f f M, ?"'mmkm..,. i"'?vrYfQQ3,w av-iu.,.,, 3 4 K if fn 1 I 'J' if 'Q Q 4. 'El Q lg, 5 5 , 5 6 ii .. .x 1 V xx S X 8,351 xl I lla ,ft ADS Proving to be steady patrons of the friendly stores of Or- lando and College Park were the Edgewater Eagles. Aluring gowns, appealing sweaters and ivy-league pants captured all eyes. In the stores the thump from pneumatic tubes carrying change was prevalent as gay buyers gleefully snatched a won- derful bargain or students went wild with the charge accounts. These merchants willingly assisted the Eagles in all projects and as a token of our hearty thanks, we Eagles have been happy to spend our earnings and allowances on the businesses which advertised in these pages of our Odasagiah. y I I ' I "DYKES DOES IT AGAIN" CARS' CARS' CARS' DYKES MOTORS Home of Que on ner Cars We Trade for Anytlazng 1411 Edgewater Dr Orlando Florlda GArden 3 1661 1 'Ps A f gf fff 3 2 X' - Y in ,X rl ' . Af' 5 Q I " 1 ku, ,. -' K , "pf . fmzff ' R 1 j -4 . H U B B A R D CONSTRUCTION COMPANY IS f WL? num, Dr g th s monster from Hubb rd Construcnon re jean Holler nd P t D s these machmes are sed n bu ld g the ne yet ru ays 3 Wk Reflected in a mirror in Dickson Sc Ives Junior Shop, lovely Linda Hagan models a white formal with a bustled back and strapless bodice DICKSGN 8l IVES .luniorShop lN'3 4 BANK MCDDERN CAIIZG COCDPERS FLORIST P6 i uds ...Siam Quahty Furmture Smce 2603 Edgewater 1936 GA 5 893 3 Two Stores To Serve You Flowws for All Occaszous 905 81 2000 No Orange C0771pll777C71f9 REENWA Y URSER Y and ARDEN UPPL Y Wz1zter Park "When you Thmk of Meat, Thmk of FHIYWHYV, FAIRWAY MARKETS 3301 Edgewater 971 W Fmrbanks CHOICE WESTERN MEATS CONGRATULATIGNS SENIORS George 81 Pete Damel any 11 fi ' 'f 5 1 1 . , j if n 1 5 i 1 V in Q yn F . , S 2 13, W 7' Q rn Nwwwwwufwbllwwrmfi M I 1 M t ,,.:-..:.AA., - . 5 fi' 5 ,Q -wo W' iq . 5 I P ' -3:15 ifqv' I 27 :E ' V. W' A: A K , , I ' 1- ' f':::fi'yr wil' bww - ,. Work1ng at Florlda Fashlons IS a pleasure say Joe Alexander and Larry Roland of the EHS DCT program taught by Mr Van Voorhees F LORID F ASI-IIONS I C 4501 E. COLONIAL DRIVE O R L A N D O 189 U' ! 145' ax., Q D ' 1 ' f E . . 5 Q 3 Gp' 2 4 . g 1 V f Q I i , X L .KHli,5 ' lu . 9,,,......m- A A, I' .,,..-of' . "" 4, -. ,... -f...... --.... - .- ........,. -sm, A---. -....., W, Q --..,....,. W W --...,. --f W.. ' , D X ' 1 Q gv 6 I 5' Q r . - 'N Tlqpm. Q35 HALL BRCS. AGENCY, INC. General Insurance - Realtors - Mortgage Loans Telephone GA 3-8525 27 E. Robinson Avenue ORLANDO, FLORIDA Drive carefully . . . you might bit one of our cmtomem' REGISTERED .IEWELER AMERICAN CEM SOCIETY N h ORLANDO 100 W LIVINGSTON AVE Tel CHerry 1 2561 HARR Y P LEU, INC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES MACHINERY MACHINE TOOLS MIAMI 3701 N W 37th AVE Tel NE 3 8571 nl ll Hnnnvn LEU WSTWL S rvmg Florida Industry Since 1900 191 , Q Q ' 47 art Orange Avenue Orlando . A l A . W O O I 'Nw ws-.1.u,n. . O O I T Iacmum 1 nn wwf l ' II ' ' ' ll 8 ALBERT'S Drug Store Barbara juran, jerry Smith, Helen Crabtree take time out for a Coke. fWh......f Smith "Literature at its best!" agree J. Martinson, C. Saltzman and M. . 2 2 0 1 Edgewater Dr. GArden 3 -7611 U8 ylflfif WILSON'S 67' SHOE STORE "Good Slhoes for the Whole Family Since 1819" 2 3 0 6 Edgewater Dr. and 1 2 1 7 Colonial Dr. "home of beautiful fabrics" Phone GA 3-8437 Phone GA S-8162 V 947 Kuhl Avenue 2207 Edgewater Dr. ORLANDO, FLORIDA SCHMIDT MOTOR SALES 1875 So. Orange Bl. Tr. Phone GA 4-8121 Visit Schmidt s for all your Motorcycle Needs Trying out her new scooter Kit Young congratulates David Fountain on his new motorcycle both from Schmidt Motors South Orange Blossom Trail Start Your Securlty Program witha FLORIDA NATIONAL Savmgs Account Save at the FLORIDA NATIONAL or a Secure Future Mr R A Reclden shows Steve Bissmger that it is very easy to save with the Florida National Bank 19 0 K X 1 f f Wx ff , 1 l, , 7 9 ' n Q 3 NORTHSIDE DRUG STORE 2 1 4 5 WEST FAIRBANKS WINTER PARK, FLA Patty D 1 semor seems pleased w th chls rufllecl formal selected from tl e French Room at I ey s 34 ,fja 'win Ni J-A--""' WW afm iframe Maui? on on xy 2209 EDGEWATER DRIVE, ORLANDO, FLORIDA GA 3-5530 or GA 5 0344 ll-1 1 I ' 49 , Eef,gPf aaeli ii iff We' 3 W? Q A X L' A A I f ff' 0? i 4" I ,QQ o 3 A iz-Ili, lu Q E I h'3i-E ' I WE f , N ' - 2-V7 'f if E 2 xx? X, ,ii U W i MX E o ' X A lug? W ' 5-1 f 43, r r "k,f' jffifyw if r I . 351, ff .',' ,SAME ,ff W 1' iff! ii' ff' kv, 4' M SM 3 V gg A fm we I 5 ki I 0 7 3' , . . fu 1 1 1 A Y " . ' . ,Q of , ,g ,W K A jwxp, . ,. ,, I I . .1 ,QM , A ,f M' 1 7: 5 fry aaa if A X 5 K" ,Miami 4' 4 I K I pq.. V , . . - - X O . la, 1 1 4- A , 1 V ' . I X Q '3 pu 2 f ,. , A 3 A ff " -,, 2 A ,.., I K .. I 4-uhm' M 1 'DQ . M a C X x pf 1 -J I' W I 3 C, ,J K 0? . It IS our s1ncere Wrsh that the Graduates of the class of 1960 meet W1th success 1n each endeavor they undertake College Park Nahonal Bank af Orlando 2315 EDGEWATER DRIVE ORLANDO FLORIDA MEMBER FD I C For AUTO BANKING AT ITS BEST ITS THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLAN D0 The Bank Designed With you in mind" Mr A E Pmman along wmth Karen Mar1on Sara Beabout and Mary Ann Putman mspects one of the seven auto bankmg wmdows at the brand new Flrst Namonal Bank 190 ff if N I VI, E9 1 X 1,-,,. ' .. xg, 4 Q -1' - X '- I I D 6 x A . . . J? 1 K , I W' X' -Y ' A I v N I , 5' I 1" 7-' U I f I 1 -fi ,. X 'fn ,N Jv- X I I ,I H531 'K . ,el 1 n Q I . , I ' , , ' . . a W R E N N ' S STORES INCORPORATED "Complete furnishings for Men and Boys" 2308 Edgewater Dr. 202 Park Ave., South GA 3-0016 M17-0639 EW, 5111004 UL 8fQlf'LOL Food at its fn est' 1840 E Colonlal Dr 4 4241 M A T T H E W S For Dzszfuzczfnfe Apparel S2 W' Central Avenue Phone GA 5 2572 ORLANDO, FLORIDA N llade e OBr en models e I MATTHEW S of Ori lo the f Jr tc ome s shop f " ' 'n ' I I . . . P , ,. K7 Av c n ' i an xoric swim sui from 7' nm , avr i n STUDIO OF We are proud to say We made PHOTOGRAPHER 338 North Orange Orlando The Portrauts for the 1960 ODASAGIAH THE HOUSTON CORPORATION I Charles She n d Be erly Boone look at n o en from Ho scon Corporauo ORLANDO DIVISION 100 E CENTRAL AVENUE PHONE 5 4661 . I I rma an v a v u 'n. PAUL L DIXON INC Your Dealer If your clothes aren t becommg to you Sales E5 Serv ce PHONE GA 5 5575 They should be commg to us Record Department Class cal azz W M I X 'N HW-View CLEANERS Country and Westem 2515 Edge te Dr 2419 Edg t r 2 1Edg te D Q1 do F10 d ORLANDO FLORIDA WALTON S REXALL DRUG STORE The Store that A p preczates Your Busmess Corner of Sm1th and Edgewater Drwe Phone GA 4 7466 Orlando Fla JZ 8145 CGOPER 81 GREGORY medic omloomy 0 I 0 i . .- i J ' , X 'ar l m x R X A Albums Religious R 0 S E D E L U X E W2 f ' ewa Cf D - 00 ewa r r. r an , ri 3 I ff ' ' ,Q I ff ' N ' X For more than 100 years folks have been saying, "If it's Borden's ifs GOT to be Good' X A 1 3, Q Za afazf MILK and ICE CREAM y X X I X BORDEN'S DAIRY - - - ORLANDO, FLA COLLIER AUTO SALES Florlda s Fmest Imported and Used Cars 212 W Colomal Dr GA 5 8606 Your Color Ca pztal Phone GA S 0226 Edgewater Dr at Prxnceton S. Susan Davldson and Gene Kent are selecting one of the many fine quahty pamts from the Edgewater Palnt Company with the help of the co owners and salesman EDGEWATER PAINT CO , INC . , . 1 0 - m "3 . ff - i! Q "X . '.. 1 S O O PALMER ELECTRIC COMPANY 875 Jackson, Winter Park, Florida, Mldwayf 4-8561 THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR YOUR VERY MOSTIIII Compliments of PALMER ELECTRIC C0 FOOD FAIR Pledged io f1 leudly SC11!ICC l'VL8lf'LC6L:5 57 OWIO 61,68 0 3 516 Edgewa Z7 J UMM ter Dr1ve Open 9 to 9 Mon Sat -N-qbmmm fra X pau 5 CLanL1fL9 erwce gy DRIVE IN ' o V G' In Se" Q 9999999993 9 9 9 99 99 g 57 DRY CLEANING 9999999 9 ,E 'wr 9 17 '9 X FREE MOTI-IPROOFING LAUNDERING SMITH BURUNA Weddnng Gowns 86 Formal Wear WITH TRIMLINE Clalaxl e cA..RY.NG we Gwen Speclal Attenuon Key set Ta bulator Q k IM unc se argms Pick up a1za'Df'lz1fer3 Page Gage Touch Selector 0 Erasure Table 1310 Edgewater Dr Grlando Fla and much much more! Check wlfh George Stuart GA1'dC1'1 2 1946 Opcn7am to6pm Est 1935 . 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Vi AND LOAN ASSOCIATION CHASTAIN S RESTAURANTS ...I -3 Butch Hearn, Nettie Baker Butch jones, Penny Parker, Danny Rivenbark and Linda Pallone enjoy the atmosphere and delightful food at Chastain's Restaurant, favorite gathering place for Edgewater pupils. OPEN 24 HOURS 23 N. Orange Bl. Tr. 2740 S. Orange Bl. Tr. Air Conditioned Ample Parking 201 M. VAN GELDER 81 ASSOCIATES Insurance 218 N. Magnolia Ave. 0 P. O. Box 7667 0 Orlando, Florida 0 Garden S-0501 ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE AUTO FIRE YOUR ndependent Insurance AGENT 0 U I I 5 Y MARINE M G LIABILITY VAN ELDER WORKMENS COMPENSATION D A TONY RUTH B N RIEGER J VAN GELDER LIFE 'ww-.. GROUP ACCIDENT HOSPITALIZATION 218 N Magnola Ave P O Box 7667 Orla do Flor da Gar e S 0501 202 insurance agency HEALTH . i . ' . . U n , i 1 dn - EDGEWATER'S BOOSTERS ACME CLEANERS MIDWAY MARKET COLLEGE PARK BEAUTY SALON POWELL FURNITURE CO. HARPER S DRESS SHOPS SPUDNUT SHOP JOHN TAVER HARDWARE STEWART IEWELRY CO LAWN EQUIPMENT CENTER VOORHEES GULF SERVICE WREN S GROCERY BELK S DEPARTMENT STORE COLONIAL PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER STORE HOURS PHONE GARDEN 4 2421 Plenty of Free Parkmg Z0 I IN 10 P.M. to 9 P.M. H I Compllments of In Entertalnlng? L mx .V Y M Buy Coke 4, W by the CONSTRUCTION INC 0 WW C' SLEMQN S LANGFORD INC G LEE D IRY The modern plant wh1ch houses Processmq Equxpment, a modem Dalry Bar, Ofhces, and an attractwe Meetmq Room 1S p1ctured above. 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COCA-COLA COMPANY I' I INE PRINTING SINCE 1887 M Thats the story of Foote 8z Dav1es Inc Today we have one of the most modern and best equlpped plants 1n the country And fine Yearbooks have always been an rmportant part of our busrness Our craftsmen belreve 1n quallty and strrve to produce the best ln the Indusn y Our excellent pr1nt1ng doesnt just happen It s a combmatron of product1on research craftsmanshrp and pa1nstak1ng superv1s1on FOOTE 81: DAVIES INC Wyman Zmafmphm JAZQAJKMXMAWM 764 MIAMI CIRCLE N E ATLANTA 24 GEORGIA 1R1x, fi? lu ll , . 1: , . 1 rr ' . u . . , . . , . . . 7 S O I . . ff I , , 0 o I O , - - . I l. 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Baxter, Baxter, Baxter, Charles Carol Ann Don Judy Bayes, Andrew Beabout, Barbara Beabout, Sara Jane Beaudet, Nancy Beaulxeu, Soma Becker, Jeff Beztl, Karen Bell, Mxke BelllZl0, Jxmmy Bennett, Scott Bent, Sherry Bent, Stephanxe Bernhard, Dxane Bergerson, Lmda Berry, Robert J Bldwell, Wxlma Buhop, Betty Blshop, Carol Julxa Boberta Mar1or1e Jane Nettle , 67, 72, 67,162, 7, 127 5 5 137, ,164, , 150, ,150, 164, 5 7 , 156, 162, 5 154, 155, 5 ,134 ,161, 146, 162, ,133, 104, 154, 5 5 158, 7, 156, 67, 153, 34, 94 140, 149, 5 5 1605 167, 165, 161, 66, 67 162, 7, 156, 154, 9 146, , 146 9 9 18 26 148 24, 34, ,9s,149,161, Bxssmger, Sally 34, 39 133, 141, 161 163, Bnssmger, Steve , Blackburn, Loretta 67, 141 156, Blackburn, Louxse 35, 141, 143, 173, 174, Blakely, Mary Ann Bleddyn, Hugh Block, Bonnle , 140 162 156 81 174 180 180 150 157 166 128 127 1 3 139 62 149 169 170 166 67 162 154 63 163 156 157 172 45 56 63 174 95 176 163 16 162 176 76 176 164 149 33 62 173 193 16 77 49 I DEX Block, Karl , 144, Bloodworth, Sharon 7 Bohlman, Chloe 67, 161, Bone, Donna ean 164 162, 166, 163, Boone, Beverly 6 , 72, 137, Boosxnger, Lmda Borda Bonme Borgard Larry Bork, Arlene Bostxck, Jam1e ue Boston, xmmy Bovee, Sharon Bowen, Sandra Lee Bowles, Jeanme Boxall Patrncxa Lounse Boxall, Sk1pper Boyd, B111 Bracewell, Charles Bracewell, Louxs Bradley, Harry M Branch, Mane E Brandt Carlene Brewer, Ross Brewton, Margaret Brxckley, Russell Br1ggs, Rxta Donna Sandy Brooker Marvm A C G Brokaw, Brokaw, Brooks Brooks, Mar1lyn Brown, Brown, nn Beverly Brown, arol Brown, Freda M Brown, ad Brown, Judy Brown, Brown, Brown, Ken Pat Brown1ng, Sharon Brownmg, Tommy Bruce, Lou1se Bruner, Dan Bruner, Mack Bryant, D1ck Bryzelak, Elame Bu1e, J m Burdges, Paula Burkett, Donald Burkhart, Elalne Burkhart, Gene Burkhart Karen Burkholder, Lxla Burnett, Jeff Burns, Ray Jul1a Pomeroy , 2 5 9 148, 162, 5 7, 131 4, 25, 55, 67,154, 23, 55, 1 , 9 9 166, 167, ,14 ,164 7, 165, 3 4,164 167, , 122, 164 165, 167, , 147,, 145, 164, 9 Paul , 158 15, 3 1 48,110, 13, 6,1 , , 6 105, 163, 3 120 157, 113, 136, 5 6,110 1 5 175, 6 ,154, , 158, , 149, , 164, 22 142, 159, Butler, Jesse , 164 167, 1 , Marxlee Sandy Byers, Lee Byrd, Helen Byrt, Ann Butler, Butler, Caldwell Cathy Campbell, Martha Campbell, John Campbell, Sharon Cannol, Charles Cantr11l Earl Carden, D1anc Carlson, Roger Carpenter, Mary K Carpenter, Phyllxs Carruth, Fran Carswell Annette Carter, Lmda Carter, Marlame Carter, Rodney Carver, Lounse Cannell Gerald Casey, Vnrznnxa Cash, Marxlyn Cashxon, Barbara Cass, Barbara Castlen, Bxlly Castlen, Bobby oan RY 208 169 65 81, 91, 26 27 68, 154 9 5 36 164 166, 9 5 9 5 175 74 197 176 161 146 146 7 167 146 174 167 68 167 36 176 73 68 174 76 7 ,99 5 46 166 46 7 162 132, 6 78 147, 174 155 1 55 167 157 57 71 166 1 150 170 155 150 13 159 167 164 54 Castro, Mary Lou Catledge, Wayne Cavanaugh, Carol Chapman, Art Chapman, Katy Chappell, Helen Chele, Francxs Chenault, Dxane Chesser, Cathy Cmnamon James L Clapp, Kathy Clay, Donald Clayton, N1kk1 Clegg, Tom Clerxs, Don Clockadale, Gmger Clockadale Marcna Cheshnre, E11en Cochran, Marlyn Codd1ngton, Paul E Colby Judy Cole, Herbert Cole, Nancy Cole, Russell Coleman Nancy Carolyn Gregg Janet Joyce Co1os1mo, Dav1d Dav1d Compton, Dav1d Condon, Nancy Cone, R1ck Conley, Mnke Connell Connor, Cook, Robert Carol Frances ohn Kathy Mane A Coll1ns, Coll1ns, Coll1ns, Coll1ns, Colwes, Betty Sue Alxce Cooper, Cooper, Cooper, Cooper, Cooper, Pat Corbm, Corey, Joan Cornet, Bob Coward, Martha Cowart, Nancy Jean Coy, Peggy 69, 139, 1 1, Crable Nancy 9, 161, 162, Crabtree, Helen , 143, 164 Crafton, Arthur Cre1ghton, R1chard Cr1ttenden, Jerry Cr1ttenden, Mxke Crosby Dav1d Crow, Jane E Crummer, Arthur Cummgs, L1nda Cummms, Carol Cunnxngham, Lmda Custod1ans Cutchen, Carolyn Cutchen, Kyle Dacato, Ga11 Dame, ohn Dan1e1, Don Dan1e1, Gxlmore Damels, Carter Danxels, Mary LOUISE Dann, Barbara Davxdson, Paul Davxdson, Susan 69, 141 1 5 5 S 49, 168, 61, 70 130,14-9, ,165,167, 6 ,154 155, 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