Edgewater High School - Odasagiah Yearbook (Orlando, FL)
- Class of 1972
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Text from Pages 1 - 334 of the 1972 volume:
VOLUME TWENTY, 1972
"BY THE LIVING WATERS"
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32804
Published by the Odasagiah Staff
Sports . . .
Academics . . .
Organizations . . .
Classes . . . .
Advertising . . .
Indexes . . .
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A slap, a squeal - thus man is born, a tiny speck of human-
ity, eager to grasp life in its fullest context. From this point,
his destiny will be molded. by his family, by his friends,
by his environment, and ultimately, by himself Will he merely
reflect the image of those around him, or create a unique 1
lifestyle of his own?
He grows. Standing upon the threshold of maturity, he hovers
precariously, undecided and uncertain. He sits upon the fence
of life . . . the choice: to fall back and remain the child, or
plunge ahead - seeking new depth as a human being.
Each day brings forth a new experience to shape his life.
His face illuminates with fresh ideas and insight as his perspec-
tive of the world widens. Perhaps at times he is forced to
compromise instead of senselessly arguing, and thus learns to be
sensitive, considerate of others. He probes. He discovers that
his very existence is worthwhile . . . from this day forward
he is an entity in his own right!
Man is born, a tiny speck of humanity, eager to grasp life in its fullest context.
His destiny will be molded by his family, by his friends, by his environment, and ultimately, by himself.
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Will he merely reflect the image of those around him, or create a unique lifestyle of his own?
Standing upon the threshold of maturity, he hovers, undecided and uncertain.
The choice: to remain the child, or plunge ahead to seek new depth as a human being
Perhaps at times he is forced to compromise instead of senselessly arguing.
His face illuminates with fresh ideas as his perspective of the world widens
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Above: Mrs. Abke's years of experience become evident as
she demonstrates, to her students, the art of pounding a
lime bit ofknowledge into thai, dormant brains' BeIow.' Patience is mirrored in her face as Mrs. Abke concen-
trates on students' work, then looks up to confront another
in the endless series of questions in her teaching career.
Above, confused junior Bobbie Smith looks to Mrs. Abke for an explanation in typing. Below, Bobbie's dilemma
is resolved. Mrs. Abke's understanding of young people, from instinct and experience, aids in helping students
comprehend the difficulties of communication.
18 years +
34 awards : ?
What do eighteen years of service and 34
certificates equal? A yearbook dedication.
Mrs. Louise Abke sponsored Odasagiah
for eighteen years, from 7953 to 7977.
These eighteen years of high standards
resulted in 34 awards, including six Medalist
and eight All-American, the highest a year-
book can receive.
Patience and fairness are her strong points.
Veteran staffers also remember her ability
to push and get the job done, not always
easy in the frantic madness of a yearbook
room too small for even a team of Atom Ants.
Past, present, and future staffers thank you,
Mrs. Abke, for the Odasagiah tradition.
How one hates to get up in the morning, especially upon leaving a warm bed for a cold room and a long day of school.
from warm cozy beds to cold
hard desks go the students
Buzzzzzzz! The alarm went off, rise and shine, time
to get up for school. Had to beat that 7:30
tardy bell. Sleepy eyed students found their way through
the still lit halls in the early morning. And the
parking lot filled with cars and bikes as the day began.
lt's a long walk to make on early Monday mornings. lt's not quite a bicycle built for two, but it sure beats walking
1 Taking the bus isn't bad . . . it's the running when you're late, waiting in the rain, and freezing when you forget your sweater.
Top left: There's nothing like a joke
to start off the day. Lower left:
Caught in deep concentration, Pam
Elliot tries to open a stubborn
locker. Top center: Edgewater
Studs find the bookstore a perfect
hangout. Lower center: Here lie
the remains of a hard night's work.
Top right: Posters always make
for a good grade,' Jamie DZ4mico
and Patty Heavener aim to get it.
Lower right: ln early morning,
headlights may be the only light.
before the bewitching
hour of 7:30
Once at school, no one wants
to go to class until it is absolutely
necessary. So, from the time
you get from your car, bus, or bike to
the building you have to find
something to do until the bell rings.
Above: The mass of information dictated
over the PA system is often interrupted by
Joe Smith and Jeff Golub. Right: The stu-
dent body starts the day with the pledge of
allegiance, part of the morning homeroom.
homeroom, it's new
The bell rings and people depart to homeroom.
Music plays, meditations begin .... Shall we meditate
A quiet moment to think, chat with a
neighbor or even pray. Please stand for the
flag salute, l pledge allegiance .... A pledge to our
country, its ideals,' the freedoms it gives us. l t's
the same old thing day after day.
"Shall we meditate," can be
heard in every room as Lynda
Boyce gives meditations.
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Right: Dale Snead
finds that his jacket
makes a dandy pillow
for a quick snooze,
Below: "lf you ask
me, l prefer threading
needles to film pro-
jectors," frowns Miss
Lewis. Lower Right:
Tracy Anderson can't
resist the temptation
of the mirror.
Mas plans to disprove the old legend, "lf it's made in Japan . . .'
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lends itself well
to many activities
First period was a trying experience. lt
was so early in the morning
that the birds weren't even up yet, so some
felt that they too should
go back to sleep.
After the long walk or ride to school,
primping had to begin again before you could
even look presentable.
was a good time to do homework
that was left undone from the night before.
And first period was always a
good place to carry out projects
whether it was decorating doors
or trying to thread a projector.
Left: When holiday seasons are near,
brown wooden doors are hard to be seen.
Below: Even on a cold hard table, Meg
Ferguson is able to catch forty winks.
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Edgewater offers a variety of courses for
students. Although a student may sign
up for a class and get it, he may not
always learn that particular subject matter.
there are chorus classes where you learn
to draw. Or there are Sociology classes
where one can learn the art of
the gab session
even without the help of the teacher. And if
you prefer to take a course without books,
there's always P.E. or
Above: ln solitude, Coach Thompson
overlooks his class. Right: Silhouetted,
tennis shows its mystic beauty.
Left: Pam Rivers and Hal McNamara help each other out in
Advanced Hallwalking class. Below: Linda Samuels hopes
that painting pretty pictures will earn her an A in chorus.
Everyone listens intently as Mr. Smith gives his profound lecture on the sexual activity of the aborigine.
lunch, love it
or bring your own
What can you say about lunch?
That it breaks the monotony of your classes. lt
gives you time to talk to friends
you haven't seen for three or four hours.
Or maybe, it even gives you a
chance to fill your empty stomach. There are a
variety of ways in which that may be '
accomplished.You can buy a hot or cold lunch,
ice cream or candy. And if you don't like
Edgewater's food, you can bring your own.
Glen A yers loves that cuban. Sharon Harrison finds the Edgewater food very pleasant and enjoyable.
lf the lunch room gets too cool, you can always eat outside as these kids do.
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Mike Penney finds his bag lunch from home is best.
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On warm days, an ice cream bar cools Leo Korn.
'Luncheon on the Grass' not a Edouard Manet, but a Dennis Horn
people in class
Class can sometimes be
embarrassing or funny.
And more often than not,
it's the people
who make it that way.
Far left: Chuck Williams, Top Left Center: Charise Gar-
rett, Bottom Center: Nancy Braun. Top Center: Dee Far-
kas. Below: Steve Jacobs. Lower Right: Connie Blackman
learning is found
in more than just books
Educating the student
is the prime function of the school. Books are just
one facet of learning. Experience
provides for another. The experience of saving E
the life ofa diseased child is a learning that can't be
achieved in books. To be able
to exchange ideas with people of other countries
is a great learning experience also. 1 . 1
Psychology encounters many topics: for one, this chicken.
"The United States of America, where will lt leave us tomorrow", reflects Hal McNamara.
Everyone who went had a good tirne at the ALSAC carnival. Davis Gaines and Joanne Thompson are caught in
conversation while Fora Danztler makes lots of money to help ALSA C 's S t. Jude 's Hospital.
Above: it is a rare day when Mr. Smith can be seen
without his mask. Left: Ragady Andy becomes life size
as Mr, Jordan clowns it up for Costume Day.
Above: A n gelo Perdue
escorts lovely Val Tillman
onto the field as she is pre-
sented to the spectators.
Right: Whatever the oc-
casion, Davis Gaines shows
his Eagle Spirittby wearing
his red and white derby. He
and sophomore attendant
Janet Rushing are shown
here at the dance.
A chicken dinner is easy to grab if you want to get a good seat for the parade. Ask Shelly Ward.
Floats come in all shapes and sizes.
ing 77 will be an
event that senior
Rivers and her
Hirshey will not
want to forget.
and Cindy Lank-
ford add much
fun and frolic to
'71, 'we've only
76 trombones led the big parade
although our Eagle band
isn't quite that big, they did lead a
Homecoming festivities began on
Thursday October 7,
with bands, floats, beauties, clowns
marching, walkingand riding
up Edgewater Drive. It
was truly just a beginning for along
Sandy Long and Elisa Eunice keep the greyhound tied up.
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ritsy chosen queen
lt was a warm night and the crowd was tense. The time had
come. The crowd quieted as the queen was named.
"lt is with pride and pleasure that l announce Edgewater's
Homecoming Queen .... Miss Ritsy Pierson.
The crowd cheered. Ritsy received the traditional kisses
along with a stolen one from her escort Jeff Anderson.
Sophomore attendant Pat Page and escort Ken The night becomes Ritsy's alone as it is made known that she
Matthews await the announcement of queen. has been chosen 1977 homecoming queen.
1971 Homecoming Attendants KR to Ll: Flitsy Pierson, Robin Scott, Mary Greenland, Pam Rivers, Caryl Curtis, Debbie Wason, Patty Hevener, Missy Sutton, Val
Tillman, Suzy O'Hara and Bitsy Owens. Not Pictured: Janet Rushing, and Pat Page.
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eagles have pride inside
Pride is alive and well in Argentina.
lt just got up and left, never to return.
But some people refuse to believe it. A cheerleader puts
forth all effort to let the team know she's
behind them. The cro wd cheers for a victory,
and the Eagle in a world of its own prays for a win.
"Goooooooooooo! is the cry heard from the stands as the kick-off to begin the game is made.
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Eagle Pride is when you let everyone know.
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As the Eagles score a big 6 Suzy O'Hara displays her approval,
A student Incognito portrays Edgewaterfs Almighty . . . The Big Eagle
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japan and africa
closer to us
Because of the success of AFS last
year, Edgewater got a taste of
something new. Two foreign
exchange students instead of one.
Masayuki Yamaguchi ofJapan
Jean Freedberg of South Africa
answered our call and came to live with
Walt McCuIIy and Jan Soldinger.
Mas and Jean are presented to the student
body during the homecoming assembly.
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Jean finds a restroom pass a useful alibi.
Mas becomes Americanized by celebrating the tradition of dunking for apples on
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1952 was the magic year. It
divided one into two
and thus began the years of the
Eagle and Brave.
They would be more than just
but a tradition unlike all others.
As years went by, Boone Week at EHS
came to portray tradition and
rivalry by bonfires, skits,
socks and pep rallies. Then as
always, the big showdown came at
the T-Bowl on Thanksgiving Eve.
Caught between the helmets of men, Coach King exemplifies his desire for victory.
Above: Barbee Dyer
sacked it to the Braves
best in the annual Soc lt
To 'em Day. Left: The
Boone Bonfire shines
bright against the black
skies of the night.
.Edgewatefs top five are lR to Ll: Vivian Bartell, Nancy Easton. Suzy O'Hara. Janet Perkins and Val Tillman.
Nancy Easton was chosen as runner up.
assembly to pageant
Miss EHS took on "a new look". lt shifted
from a daytime assembly to a glittering
evening pageant. Contestants were
involved in practices and interviews,
as members of Civinettes rushed about
preparing entertainment. After the girls
were intoduced, the judges made a
tough decision and chose five semi-
finalists out of 12 deserving girls. Finally
was chosen to reign as Miss Edgewater.
As the judges selected Suzy, little did they know that she
was soon to be runner up in the Jr. Miss Florida Pageant.
unite against pie
This was the feeling of 22 contestants after
consuming 80 cherry and apple pies in 5 minutes.
Key Club sponsored the contest which
was held during the sweetheart assembly.
Although the object of the contest was to see
how much could be eaten, many pies
ended up piled in empty chairs, poncho pouches,
laps and everywhere on the face except the mouth.
Bill Bordeaux exhibits the winning style, a handful in the
mouth is worth two in the seat next to you.
Bill Peetluk complains of foul play as Gary Phillips boasts of a few "extra" pies.
"l can't believe l ate the whole thing!"
sighs Jim Holt.
Mr. Himes gives Miss Curry a helping hand as Mr. Vickery begins to look for the Rolaids.
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Pretty girls, an assembly,
a basketball game, a dance and
plenty of valentines
spell Edgewaters Sweetheart
activities. The Sweetheart
contest was held in conjunction with
Valentines Day and basketball.
Student Congress planned
the assembly and the evenings
activities, while the basketball
victorious over Colonial and
chose Eleanore Davis
as Edgewater's 1972 Sweetheart.
Right:Eleanoreand Kelvin joyously
dance the traditional queen's dance.
Above: Senior attendant Delaine Lee and her escort Kevin
Gabriel. Right.' Betsy Culpepper presents the bouquet of
roses to Sweetheart Eleanore Davis as Co-Capt. Mike
McCants and escort Kelvin Castell look on.
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Jeannie Kittinger and Wayne Whitener take time to snack Chuck Wason presents Janet Perkins under the array of hearts.
before halftime ceremonies.
1972 Sweetheart Attendants, KR to Ll Sophomores: Spring Teall, Donna Yowell, Debbie Dunn. Seniors: Jeannie Kittinger, Janet Perkins,EIeanore Davis,Becky
Bryan. Juniors: Robin Jordan, Mary Jo Lasso, Chassy Alleman, Not pictured: Senior Delaine Lee.
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Above: Pretty Jeannie Kittinger tempts customers
with coca-cola at Coke Corner at WDW. Right:
Rising above the Kingdom is the Magical
Cinderella's Castle the center point of Disney
a fantasy for
young and old
On October 1, 1971 a new world
came into existence. Forty-five minutes
N off of interstate four
a kingdom like no other creates atmospheres
ofjoy, enthusiasm and happiness
On the weekends, students could either earn
or spend lots of money. Disney employed
many students from Edgewater.. Jobs varied
from being hostesses and selling cokes,
to being a big mean fox
dancing down Main Street.
J. Worthington Foulfeliow does his
best to charm the girls and amaze the
children and he succeeds with Toni
Toot! Toot! '34li aboard the Admiral Joe Fowier's Paddleboat! " This is one of the many ways of transportation at WDW.
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with Jimmy Eller and
Greg Voran leading the
The "fearsome foursome" of Larry Smith, Ed Metzger, Tom Wells, and Matt Zettler annihilate the Hornet quarterback
David Cooksey, in the most serious contemplation of a close game.
Gary Bassa, twisting and turning up field for his usual fine showing.
in metro conference
Eagle power showed to be one of the leaders
in the Metro Conference again this year.
1971 was the year of skill and
luck along with hardships and bad
breaks, as great aspirations were held for
Edgewater High School.
After working hard several weeks before
school started, the team went into
the Jamboree blazing - defeating Colonial.
and losing to Leesburg High School.
Edgewater, through the season dealt many
surprising "hands" as the record showed.
First came the Jones game, which EHS
in previous years has walked off with,
lost to Jones. Later Oak Ridge dealt a
surprising blow to the Eagle pride. There
was yet the great game with fourth ranked
Winter Park. who under the crushing
hand of the Eagle offense and defense
suffered their first and only defeat.
these are the men
of the gridiron
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Wayne Gandy are the Edgewater 1971 powerful offensive backs.
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The protective offensive line consists of George Fleming, Ned Smith, Steve Prochaska, Coach Maples, John Tegg, Bill Bordeau, John
Salas, Richard Newton. These are the real men of the gridiron.
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breaks into open field against
Ends I. to r. K. Gabriel, T. Horan, P. Eason, J. Stuhl. M. Strum, J. Hansbrough, G. Arrington, B. Eacret and Coach Dolce.
Halfback Chuck Wason turns the corner against arch-rival Boone.
C. Wason gets handoff from W. McCully.
Latching onto the ba!! is Phil Eason.
Steve Prochaska and Tommy Wells bury
Merrit lsland in Sentinel Star Bowl.
Defsnslvellne froml tor L Smlth E Metzger G Voran J Jennings T Wells and R. Atkins.
Coach Kmg directs defensive backs Dave Hanks Tim Sachse John Myrlck Don Evans, Dennis Cook and Jerome Gamble.
Merril island vanishes under Don Evans and RobertAtkins as Dave Cooksey and Ed Metzger look on in Sentinel Star Bowl
Greg Voran leads Chuck Wason into a hole against Boone.
O. B. McCully passes behind back James Eady
eagles finish strong
second in metro.
Opening up the gridiron season, the Eagles were upset
for the first time in the school's history by a
strong Jones High. Recovering from this shock, the
men in Red and White rolled to five consecutive
victories as the offense started clicking and as
the defensive overwhelmed opponents. Included in this
string were Bishop Moore, Deland, the annual
Homecoming game with Lyman, Mainland and dealing
the eventual Metro champ, Winter Park its only
defeat of the season. Oak Ridge once again pulled
the rug out from the Eagles feet in a bitter 21-14
defeat. However, Edgewater rose to the occasion
once more as they closed out the season with
three consecutive victories over Colonial, Evans and
a 33-14 shellacking of arch-rival Boone. With this
the Eagles earned the right to face the 6th ranked
team in the state, Merrit Island, in the Sentinel .
Star Bowl. Playing perhaps our best game of the year,
we were nosed out 29-28 in a bitterly contested
game. Steve Prochaska and Robert Atkins were named
to the second and third all-state teams respectively
and Chuck Wason received the M.V,P. which climaxed l
a fine Eagle season.
David Cooksey and Donnie Evans follow the ball against Merrit lsland
Eagle defensive led by Tom Wells and Ed Metzger smothers a Mainland Buccaneer as Dennis Cook rushes in.
boast impressive victories over
bishop moore and boone
The J.V. Football team kicked off the season with
an impressive 38-6 victory over Bishop Moore. After
overcoming some hardships which they encountered
in the next two games, the baby Eagles came back
and stomped all over the Boone Braves, 34-6. A 20-8
win over the Evans Trojans and a scoreless tie
with Colonial ended their season with 3 wins, two
ties, and two losses.
Leading the gridiron men in scoring was Mike
Thompson with 4 touchdowns and Willie Arrington
with 3 touchdowns. Ken Mathews added 7 extra
points during the season. These boys, under the
expert leadership of Coach Newlon, have worked hard
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Front Row: Harry Porter, Buck Lawson,Mike Hanson,Don Odham, Skip Defoor, Jeff Kelly, W
George Ferrell, Second Row: Richard Williams, Mark Howard, Willie Taylor, John Eberly, f
Gerry Crumrner, Gary Williams, Roger Howard. Third Row: Ken Miller, John McGinnis,
Keith Canada, Carroll Rainey, Rodney Newman, David Beeler. Fourth Row: Scott Bates,
Coach Newlon, Mike Tolar, Ed Ellis, Bill Kellar, Mark Bornstein. Fifth Row: Wayne
Rogers, Ben Tanner, Jeff Dunn, Paul Johnson, Bill Stopher, Greg Smith.
Richard Ouarterman leaps high over a C olonial defender to shoot.
Whlie shaking off a Grenadier, Jeff Anderson prepares
to move in for a layup.
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Richard Quarterman, Alan Siliski, Mike McCants, Manager Henry Long
The Eagle Varsity Basketball Team
was predicted to be number one
in the district. Although,
they did not achieve this, they
did prove to be an admiral for
to both Boone and Mainland
by beating them, Led by big
our Eagle team became one of the
most respected around. But the
most important part of the team
was the coaches. Coach Paul Haskins
along with Coach Willie Jones,
were to be given credit for our
basketball team's fine performance,
along with the players. .
Coach Haskins assures his team of an easy victory as team spirits rise.
Above.' Mike McCants easily out jumps opponents for a score. Upper
Right.' Larry Gorman's tricky moves help him set up for a goal. Lower
Right: Glen Johnson sets up for a plus two. Below: Joe McFarland
shows why he's king on the board.
Metro ranked Mike McCants couldn't be stopped by Colonial.
Richard Ouarterman and Glen Johnson show they won't be
stopped by the Colonial Grenadiers.
Head coach Paul Haskins
pulls the team together for
a midgame conference when
they plan their strategy.
Above: Mike McCants by-passes two Winter Park Wildcats
for two points.
Above: Richard Ouarterman jumps skyward to "stuff" number
53 of Colonial.
The Eagle cagers come together to stop Colonial from scoring,
JeffAnderson moves into stuff opponent.
Alan Siliski towers above the others to grab another rebound,
Edgewater sets up a tight defense in order to halt a threatening Colonial drive.
Although the J.V. basketball team
did not have quite the successful season
we thought it would have
there were hints of great progress
and that the varsity team
would receive alot of help next year.
The J.V. team
gave some ofthe teams considered best
a hard fight and often came out on top
or behind by just a little.
Coach Willie Jones smiles during time out near a victory.
Jumping over a defender, a J. V, Eagle scores again. Mike Anderson executes perfect form on a jump shot.
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Bottom Row: Coach Max Miller. Mike Lanham, Chuck Wason, Jim Seagraves Greg Parrish Dennis Cook Mike Hepburn Tom Horan Manager Mike Bornstein
Coach Tommy Thompson. Middle Row: Kenny McCollum, Roy Culluson Tim Sachse Marc Strurn Walt McCuIley John Sweitzer Willie Tate Bobby Geisler Back
Row: Barry Sheaver. Danny Perrin, Jeff Kelly, Bill Bardeau, Rodney Newman Jim Klindt Kim Strum
Above: Willie Tate fires a fastball in an effort to
down another batter. Right: Mike Lanham
exhibits perfect batting in an intersquad game.
Starting pitcher Greg Parrish shows form that keeps Edgewater Num-
ber One. Belows Kenny McCollum prepares to receive a ground bail.
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Roy Cuiiison stops a high fly bali from being a base
This year's Varsity team looks better than
ever. There are at least 12 returning seniors,
including senior pitcher, Greg Parrish
who will lead Edgewater to
the number one spot in metro.
Overall, this years prospects have proven great.
a team wins
not the individual
TEAM has always been the key word
at Edgewater, and this year's
baseball team produced
one of the best team efforts of all.
Strong team spirit and determination
were the decisive factors in
Edgewater's many victories.
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With a quick toss from Chuck Wason, Wait McCuily tries for a double play.
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for a victorious season
Mike Thompson and John Bryant practice relays after
shows great promise
Coach Benz, new to Edgewater this year.
has been working hard to improve the
performance of our Eagle track Stars.
Several of them have set records in
both state and local competition. Dan
Mattox, John Tegg, and Phil Eason
are among the outstanding team
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start out the season
by placing second
in wildcat open
The 1972 Track
winner by placin
Shilling, and Da
n Mattox were among the Eagle men who won
honors. We expe
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Team has already proven itself to be a
g second in the Wildcat Open. Phil Eason. David
ct even greater results out of them for the
Coach Benz and Dan Mattox are involved in a tense moment during a crucial meet
team realizes that
practice makes perfect
With the knowledge that to become
the very best, they must strive to
improve themselves and their skills,
the track members set out to
make 1972 a prosperous season.
Everyday after school they withstood
the grueling hot sun in order to
get in top condition for
their upcoming competitions.
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Ace Dan Matrox prepares to vault into first place.
Bob Walker and Jesse Madares practice the two mile run in preparation for a big meet.
Debra Bryant and Johnetta Daily, two girls new to the team this year, have worked hard in perfecting their
'Q4rriie"Arost unioads a big drive down the middle.
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After three years of hard work and patience
this year appears to be the year when the eagle
golf team goes to state. With a strong nucleus
returning from last year's district finalists
which included "Arnie" Arost, "GoIden Bear"
Fletcher, "SIammin Sam" Steele and Chip Curly
along with promising sophomores like Tim
Dinwiddie, Pat Siegfrid and Keith Losey, nothing
should stop the men in red. Coach King takes
over the reigns this year and seems pleased
with the early scores and results. All in all
it looks like a very promising year on the
links for Edgewater.
Chip Curly blasts out of a sand trap.
edgewater 2nd place:
myrick leading scorer
After a very rough start at the
beginning of the season with scheduling
problems, the Edgewater soccer team
finally got rolling and never seemed
to stop. Knocking off teams like bowl-
ing pins, our eagles raced to a fine
6-3 record. With players like all-star
John Myrick, Danny Shannon, and Tim
Taylor along with Donnie Evans and
Don Pierson our foes ran up against a
blockade to score against. Shannon
posted four shutouts and in all only
allowed four goals the entire season.
Myrick led all scorers with 9 goals and
this represented the highest total in
the county. After such a rough start
we were pleased to end up so well.
Donnie Evans crunches a Bishop Moore Hornet as Edgewater rolls 5 -0,
Soccer team from l. to r. bottom: W. Cordell, R. Rodgers, J. Myrick, M, Willard, D. Dyer, D. Shannon, T. Taylor, D. Pierson, D. Evans,
B. Moorse, and D. Hensly. Top l. to r.: Coach L. Goode, M. Yamaguchi, F. Preston, B, Barker, E, Yeadon, D. Stokes, C. Crist, M
Kittenger, D. Purell and Fl. Robertson.
John Myrick wisely uses his "head" against Bishop Moore.
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Stretching for a good return, Tom Brownlee scores an
Below: Edge-water's 1972 Tennis team consist of, back row: Bill Brady,
Tom Brownlee, Mike Fiedler, Barbee Dyer, Sandi Long, Lesly Teel, Sherry
Hupp. Kneeling: Jim Blau, Robert Johnson, Jennie Kitenger, Sally Maguire,
Spring Teel, Ann Gunter.
girls 4th and boys
3rd place in '71
The 1970-71 Edgewater Tennis Team left
their mark on the Metro Conference. With a
combination of Senior, Junior and Sophomores,
both boys and girls team were strong contenders
all season long.
The Girls team finishing the season fourth in
their conference were led by Marsha Kirkland,
captain, and Kathy Blackburn, co-captain.
E. H. S. girls tennis meet defeated four times
and winning every other match. After the dust
cleared E. H. S. finished with a 4 win and 4 loss
The boys team led the girls by finishing third
in the Metro and tied for third in the district.
Bruce Nants was the captain for the boys team
and Mike Calhoun had the best individual record
of 12 wins and 2 losses.
Under the coaching of Mr. King the boys and
girls teams made a fine showing. Many of the
players will return for the 1971-72 season
which will be under the coaching of Mr. Cook.
The 7972 captain, Barbee Dyer, plays hard for
she is determined to win.
Sandy Long uses her sklii, even during practice.
Despite problem after problem this year.
the crew team finally got going. Not being
supported by the school, the team faced a
serious lack of funds which they finally
curtailed. Being a member of the crew team is
not like being a member of our football team
for despite the dedication and hard work they
put in every day there are no headlines and
glory. Every day they march down to the
V.F.W. post for nothing but a grueling practice
and sweat. With this dedication and hardwork
our crew team should have nothing but the
sweet thrill of victory.
Masayuki Yamaguchi, Hector Santiesteban Roger Howard and Joe Santlesteban are strongly backed by Exchangettes
and Coach Lidenberry.
Carrying the bulky shell is another problem the crew team attacks daily on its way to hard work and victory.
L. to R. Bottom: Coach Lidenberry, Steve Wilkes, Tom Smertrek, Jerry Amos, Charlie Filko, Bruce Wigle, Brett Weller, Robert Guilkey, Bob Evans and
Allen Morvetz. Top: Wayne Slaymaker, John Carpenter, Bob Akers, Doug Cranford, Paul Clossy, Chris Welch, Steve Shilling, Dan Degard and
With coxy Steve Wilks shouting orders, the crew team strokes on in the choppy waters.
Runners from l. to r.: Mark Hoover, Mike Thomas, Dan Maddox David Shilling Joe Koogle and Jeff Anderson
eagles 3rd in metro
Led by ace David Shilling, the eagle harriers raced to
a strong third in the metro conference. Shilling won
individual honors in the conference, second in the
district and seventh in the state meet. Other eagle
runners were Jeff Anderson, Greg Peele. Marc
Hoover, Dan Maddox, Doug Lyons and Joe Koogle.
Coach Benz in his first year at Edgewater should be
acclaimed for his strong finish this year and his
rapid rebuilding program.
D. Shilling leads the pack against Seabreeze with J Anderson a close
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"They're off!" is heard as another race is begun.
Front Row: Kathy Edwards, Gina McCollum, Karen Porter, Selma Rapoport, Ronnie
Snyder, Alice Schwartz, Ed Lindgren. Second Row: Cindy Lankford, Robert Turner, Buzz
Roberts, Randy Lail, Coach Chantos, Third Row: Coach Critchett, Sam Fogarty, Marshall
Ross, Laura Hinsey, Dan Critchett, Kathy Young, Bill Whitrnire.
1972 - a good
year for swimmers
The 1972 Swim Team, under the expert leadership of
Coach Chantos and Coach Critchett, promises to be a
great one. Returning swimmers include Alice Schwartz,
Buzz Roberts, Robert Turner, Cindy Lankford. Sam
Fogarty, Kathy Young, and Bill Whitmire.
Powder Puff Footbail
Starting practice in January,
Coaches for Civinettes
and Exchangettes turned their
players into rough,
tough, she-men. The score
last year was 12-6:
Civinettes favor, so for
the Exchangettes it was a
The 1972 game was scheduled
for March. So the
outcome is unknown. Good
luck to both teams and may
the best menm win!
CIVINETTES: Clockwisez Donna Sutton, Cindy Lankford, Jane Kirkland, Cathy Young, Carol Curtis, Toni D'Agos
tino, Denise Neudecker, Janet Perkins, Ritsy Pearson,
Down, Set, Hike"!
But where's the
Ball? Row 1: Left:
Carol Clayton, Glen-
da Newcomer, Bar-
bara Keith, Jeannie
Kittinger. Row 2:
Kay Dickerson, Bob-
by Smith, Pam
Hayes. Row 3:
Kathy Gunter, Tracy
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behavioral objectives to
Edgewater introduced behavioral objectives this year
to better the quality of our education. The state of
Florida's Department of Education took them into strong.
consideration forthe accreditation of our school.
This placed more restrictions on teachers
in their planning of each class. Principal
Norman Kent skillfully led the faculty into
this major change and the revising of the dress
code. Mr. Don Kidwell, who was formerly American
Government teacher and Dean of Student Affairs, took the
active role of Curriculum Research Assistant,
lVlr. James Cinnamon and Mr. Jim Heise
continued serving as Assistant Principals.
All four, lVlr. Kent, Mr. Cinnamon, Nlr. Heise,
and Mr. Kidwell worked diligently together to coordinate
the Administration of Edgewater High School.
Principal Norman Kent discusses one of many problems con-
Mr. James Heise takes a break from his strenuous work asAssistant Principal.
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Mr. Cinnamon performs many duties assigned by the Prin- Mr. Norman Kent takes time out for his daily exercises, keeping
ClQ0al. in tune with the present physical fitness program.
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Mr. Don Kidwell assumes new role as Curriculum Research Mr. Jim Heise inspects the busy halls of Edgewater.
The Heads of every department meet at Faculty Staff Meetings which were held at various days during first period.
U - n GUIDANCE
guidance service improved
for better com munication
"Service to students first" was emphasized by the guidance staff 3 Q
as counselors saw more students more often. Much of the R
record-keeping formerly handled by counselors was done
by Mrs. Betty Hall, guidance secretary, in order to free
counselors to spend this time with students. Through educa-
tional and personal counseling, they helped students work out
constructive solutions to difficult problems. Since students are
assigned to counselors by alphabetical order rather than class,
counselors got to know students better during their three years
at Edgewater to make their work more meaningful and effective.
Assistance was offered to students in planning their educations.
The guidance office provided information on post-high school
learning, whether in college, jobs, or other types of training.
"No, l don 't think Wellesley is for you," advises Kathy Harter to Bruce Aunt Emma, EHS's experienced unofficial guidance
McKee as they explore college possibilities in the guidance office. counselor, pauses on her way home from a day of
Mrs. Juanita Borysewich Mrs. Agnes Ezzard Mr. George Hall Mr. Wayne Johnson
media center offers
wider information to
students and faculty
For all the hard working EHS students who avoided
using the microfilm readers because of the necessity
of taking notes. salvation came this year in the form
of a microfilm reader-printer. Edgewater was the
first school in the county to have this machine. The
media center added more of everything. including a
new librarian, Mrs. Peggy Ward, as it offered to
students and faculty wider information and media.
The center benefited from proceeds from an athletic
department candy sale in November. The video-tape
recorder purchased with money from last year's sale
was put into use. A new organization, the Orange
County Librarians, cooperated for improvement.
Mrs. Vera Poitier
Miss Sandy Ulm
Mrs. Peggy Ward
Notes? No Robin Stover found a better way - the microfilm reader
printer, a sure cure for writer's cramp.
Whew! Mrs. Vera Poitier handles the organization of the card catalog.
Mrs. Betty Hall keeps up with the pile of student records.
Mr. Dale Burkhart Mrs. Betty Hall
Mrs. Anne LaBelleman Mrs. Jo Magrowski
fees. files and film galore
"But I paid that fee two weeks agol" was a common cry
often heard by our Treasurer, Mrs. Carol Snipes.
She had a big job keeping track of all school fees
and the accounts for all school clubs. As each student
entered school, a mountain of paper work had to be done.
This huge task was the full time responsibility of the office
personnel. The job of keeping up with new magazines,
books and film orders, was just one of the many duties
which were performed by the library secretaries. These
ladies did a big job in keeping our card catalog up to
date and keeping all magazines on file.
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Mrs. Lois Tegg
new aesthetic experi-
ences enhance english
Delving more extensively into the philosophies behind
the arts, Miss Jill Curry's Humanities ll course was
among one of the several new English innovations,
including Mythology, Debate, and Drama
lll. Humanities I enlarged its scope with frequent
trips to Loch Haven exhibits and theatrical productions
at the Colony, such as "Romeo and JuIiet." As for
the theatre, our enthusiastic second period Drama class
presented a very successful assembly featuring
excerpts from "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown."
Mr. Howard Smith
Mrs. Terry Van Nortwick
Miss Curry's Humanities ll class eagerly discusses Plato's limpreg-
The many trials and tribulations of a concerned yearbook staff show
on the varied expressions of ll, to rj Mrs. Van Norzwick, Richard
Trux and Penny Orwick.
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The Red Baron lalias Tom Kennedy! expounds on his many
youthful adventures with Linda Lovely in the South Sea Islands.
Creativity prevails as Miss Miragliotto and George Griffin proceed to demonstrate the daily life of a dinosaur and primitive man l?!!,
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Mrs, Betty Duncan Mrs. Miriam Foreman Mr. Thomas Kennedy
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Miss Agnes Miragliotto
Mrs. Linda Reddick
Miss Linda Romigh
Miss Linda Romigh's dramatic interpretation class holds her spellbound as she listens intently
The speech classes use only the most elaborately conceived technological advances . . . ad-
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18 year old vote
The 18 year old vote was emphasized in the
Social Studies department to inform Edgewater
students of their new prerogative in voting. Debates
in the American Government classes helped
the students make objective opinions about
the candidates, American Government teacher,
Nlrs. Susan Fulford, said, "we're trying
to get the students involved so that they can
in turn, involve their parents." Mrs. Fulford is
new to Edgewater. A new concept in teaching
Social Studies called, "the Inquiry Approach"
was put into use by lVlr. J. D. Smith and Mr. James
Sutton. This let the students inquire for themselves
about what they were learning. This method
had strong emphasis on audio and visual aids.
Mrs. Fulford ponders whether to give a pap quiz or not
Miss Lewis explains to Cindy Lankford and Gary Arrington about their test.
Mr. John Chantos Mrs. Susan Fulford Mrs. Susan Gluyas Miss Joy Lewis
Mr. Richard Oberlin
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Dale Brugh and Mike Pace get help from Mr. Porter on their ciass assignment.
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Mr. James Sutton, one of the teachers using the "Inquiry Approach Method," looks over students' work.
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biology lab, Below, Clara Gornell and Jeff Cowherd view chem-
istry reactions in the lab.
pollution, ecology, man
A class with no books! According to Mr. Gornto, that is
exactly what Fresh Water Biology was. Pollution and its
effects on fresh water life were studied in this course,
This was only one of the three new courses offered in
the science department this year. This is the first year for
Fresh Water Biology. lt was offered at six other schools and has
great possibilities for the future. The other two new courses
were Chemistry ll, which was an in-depth study for the
college bound student and Biology Il which was for the
average student. Along with the new courses, the Science
Department also had some new teachers: Mr. Vickery, Mr.
Gornto, Mr. Michael, Mrs. D, Thompson, Miss J. Trtilek and Mr.
Jones. Returning from last year are Mr. Cook, Mr. Himes
and Mrs. Milstead. The Science Department took on a new
look, drive and ambition with Mrs. Milstead as Chairman.
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is given Off- Miss Trtilek discusses a biology experiment with a group of
Mr. Gary Gornto Mr. Charles Himes
Mr. Willie Jones
Mr. James Michael
Mrs. Peggy Milstead
Test tube, microscope and balance, a way of life for biology
Mrs. Dorothy Thompson
Miss Jeannette Trtilek
Mr. Kenneth Vickery
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Mr. Dan Critchett Mrs. Birdia Bradley Mrs. Dorthea Eason
Mrs. Grace Gruber
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As business and commerce have increas
ed, the need for capable office and clerical
workers has increased proportionally.
Edgewater's business departments have
eased the situation though, for with the
patient help of Mrs. Wishau, Mrs. Bailey
and the rest of the business department,
students were trained in the skills essential
for these important career openings and
occupations. Typing and shorthand
courses not only prepare students for
these jobs but are also a big help for
college-bound students. Diversified Co-
operative training or just plain DCT,
provides financial aid and work training.
Students of Mrs Abke s Typing 2 class drop everything when Mrs Abke has something important to say to their ever-listening ears
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, goes the old saying. On senior test day, senior teachers break for grub and gab
A student assistant's life isn't always a bowl of cherries.
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Mrs. Marilou Humptlreys Mr. James King
Mrs. Judy Newlin Mrs. Louise Tally
Mrs. Dorothy Weiman Mrs. Marie Wishau
Mrs. Wilson shows how to use one of the speed reading
practice makes perfect
Everyone should develop his reading to the fullest extent
of his abilities. This is the purpose and goal of the
reading department. In reading, students were taught
through practice. Each student progressed at his own
pace. He was trying to increase his speed without losing
comprehension. Reading also helped the student who had a
reading problem. Through use of modern methods and
machines, the student became proficient and continued
his schooling with better grades. The reading courses
were challenging and held the interest of the student and
at the same time reading abilities improved.
Mrs. Garland Stiles Mrs. Mary Wilson
Mrs. Stiles lends a helping hand in finding the meaning of a troublesome word.
now we got it!
With the lifting of the tax exemption,
Edgewater got on the ball and purchased
the Wang 320 computer system. The com-
puter didn't carry all the load though, for
with the help of qualified teachers, math
students developed well-rounded back-
grounds. Knowledge gained from these many
math courses enabled interested students
to proceed to higher math levels. Pupils
who took business math increased their
knowledge of the importance of mathematics
in today's business world.
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'Algebra ll teacher, Mr. Bill Jordan, starts out his day the right way - with a
smile on his face.
Below, Miss Mink demonstrates the unique unit of measure that equals 700 kilof
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Mrs. Molly Crews
Mike Fiedler and Jeff Landers mix math with Journalism.
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Mrs. Edna Williams
involvement in foreign
cultures highlighted as
key to understanding
Bonjour! Comment allez-vous?" Although this may represent
nothing more than mumbled gibberish to some people, to
French students it was a familiar sound at the start of
their class each day.
The culture and history of many countries were highlighted
as the Language department promoted a greater under-
standing of various civilizations of the world.
German classes were treated to Mr. Dan Hallman's slides
of Germany which created greater interest in the language.
Mrs. Opal Bevers' Spanish ll classes wrote letters to
an imaginary pen pal. Advanced classes discussed culture
of Mexico and tried Spanish recipes. Acting out stories
was a major part of Russian activities this year.
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Mrs. Judy Brooks
Mrs. Marie Coopbr
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Mr. John Sheehan
Mr Dan Hallman
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Hola! David Crawford and Randy Dotts apply Spanish amen-
ities as they perform a dialogue in Spanish l.
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Bogged down beneath a veritable
mountain of newsprint, lVlr. Bischof
managed to mumble a few dis-
gruntled sentences before suc-
cumbing to the wood pulp
avalanche. At this point, one might
ask-what else goes on with those
nutsy art fanatics? The answer is
simple: with our new and wonderful
Arts 81 Crafts Instructor, Bob Jones.
and Mrs. Cope's soprano songfests
lbehind the auditoriuml, an atmos-
phere lending to a variety of whole-
some aesthetic experiences has
Mr. Glen Bischof Mrs. Athalia Cope
Mr. Del Kioftner Mr. Ed Sincic
Mr. Bob Jones
Mr. Leon Theodore
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"Uh-oh. You mean it didn't say two and one third yards?" Terry Rafter ponders her dilemma. "lfl cut this way . .
John Tegg supervises as Dixie Dugan stirs a batch of brownies, "ls it edible?" he asks later, as he samples the finished product
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Mrs. Sarah Lou Garbrick Mrs. Tybee Kahn
Mrs. Helen Kelley Mrs. Jeannelle Walden
home ec introduces new
for -minded students
Luscious aromas of baking goodies filled the air in the
lower 200 building again this year as girls in Home Ec
classes learned how to prepare good-tasting and nour-
ishing meals. Two new wage-earning courses were added:
Alterations, taught by Mrs. Helen Kelley, and Home Fur-
nishings Management with Mrs. Tybee Kahn.
Six students in Personal, Social, and Family Relations,
formerly Modern Family Living, took part in a panel dis-
cussion on dating in October. Foods classes entertained
parents and teachers at teas in December, and in Jan-
uary, girls taking the Human Development course pre-
sented a series of children's parties.
Field trips were taken by several classes. Alterations
students visited a tailor to see that type of work being
done. Fabric shops, ready-to-wear children's and ladies
stores and department stores were visited by those in
Fabrics and Textiles, and Foods classes went to a grocery.
Deep in thought, John Hansbrough explores future possibili-
ties in Modern Family Living.
The sounds of hard labor came from the athletic field
as physical education students finished up their daily
exercises. Students were given the opportunity
to participate in intramural sports for the first
time this year. New parallel bars were put
into use as well as equipment from previous years.
Students took part in various sports
including Eagle ball. They also, as years before
competed in the Physical Fitness tests which involved
the 600-yard run-walk, sit-ups, push-ups
50-yard dash, broad jump, and other tests
of the students fitness. The Physical Education
Department accomplished its role at
Edgewater in training and developing the
physical side of each individual student.
Coach Newlon explains to his gym class how to run a mile.
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lar opinion, Edgewater drivers education course provided
sophomores with the unique opportunity to learn to drive
safely and efficiently and earn a half credit toward their
graduation while learning, The course required 30 hours.
In the classroom instruction they emphasize the knowledge
of safety and lawful motor vehicle operation, as well as
economic maintenance and instruction for driving in dif-
ferent types of traffic conditions, Practice driving offers
drills in maneuvers and in normal traffic conditions.
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2000 students to feed
When people ask, "What is Edgewater?" you answer "The
Campus Beautiful," and the reason for this is the support-
ing staff. They are a dedicated group of people who
work many hours sweeping, raking, trimming, washing
dishes and cooking meals. These are the people who
prepare a wide variety of hot and cold lunches for our
student body of 2000 and serve them on two lunch shifts
with the greatest speed and efficiency possible. Then
there are the custodians whose job starts when we leave,
to have the campus neat each morning. They often work late
at night, cleaning and helping with special activities.
Lunch room workers make ready desserts for the hot lunch
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take two aspirin,
drink plenty of fluids
and rest in bed
Although Edgewater didn't use this
motto all the time, the school clinic provided
plenty of mothers tender-loving care for
students on the down and out. Edgewater's
clinic was run on a completely volunteer
basis and with the help of the students and
the P,T,A., it was a helpful success this year.
This student finds that with the grey ladies' help, she doesn't feel quite so bad
Another victim, Chris G onzolez, carried away to the edgewater clinic.
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sing a song
Edgewater's chorus sang their way
through this year, by presenting a
Christmas assembly and
numerous choral presentations.
One of these was Rudigore, which is
a satice on melodramas,
This production rounded out the
musical year with traditional
as well as modern songs
for Edgewater's choral group.
Cassandra Kelley is caught deciding the
color for assembly's props.
Row 1: Connie Mason, Sharon Harris, Dennis Lyons, Donna Sawley, Bob Gilke, Martha Walton, Pat Thomlinson, Valerie Vereen, Barbara Jones, Maxine Blue, Mary
Barrington, Audrey Johnson, Maxine Hood. Row 2: Lane Isley, Sherrie Alderman, Terry Bradford. Cathy Williams, Alberta Jones, Mike Figeuroa, Connie Blackmon
Candy Cole, Randy Dotts, John Myrick, Robert Woods, Linda Samuels, Gloria Jolly, Catherine Jenkins, Lee Cordell, David Hall, Melvin Grant, Chris Hinkle, Johny
Miller, Robert Johnson.
Our chorus takes to nature, as Mrs. Cope leads her golden-throated group, Bottom to Top: Connie Blackmon, Robert Woods,
Debbie Clark, John Myrick, Robert Gilke, Sharon Harris, Terry Bradford, Valerie Vereen, Martha Walton, Chris Hinkle, Mary
Barrington, Alberta Jones, Johnny Miller, Robert Johnson, David Hall.
Row 1: Robin Brown, Celeste Benzer, Kathy Kube,
Sherry Dobson, Connie Blackmon, Row 2: Marion
Wilson, Diane Barnes, Rhonda Smith, Alice Schwartz,
Eleanor Davis. Row 3: Wanda Alexander, Sharon Blue,
Karen Graham, Alice Ray, Lydia Mohley, Row 4: Ken
Levi, Randy Bellew, Bill Spencer.
President, Craig Phillips, conducting one of his weekly meetings.
homecoming and sweet
heart elections: revised
Having a new constitution approved allowed for
many new changes affecting Student Council. The
Student Council with the one legislative body was
no longer in effect. It was now the Student Congress
with a two legislative body, a senate, and a house.
The senate was composed of six representatives,
president and vice president of each class and the
five student congress officers. President, Craig Phillips,
Vice President, Kelvin Castell, Recording Sec.,
Toni D'Agostino, Corresponding Secretary, Sally
Maguire, and Treasurer, Sam Fogarty. New sponsors
Nlr. Branyon, Mrs. Fleddick and the Student Congress
began working in late June to prepare for a new
year. The parking lot and candy sales were setup
as Student Congress' main money earning projects.
With homecoming early in the year, elections were
set up and activities were planned. The theme carried
out was "We've onlyjust begun" and Ritsy Pierson
was crowned queen at the half-time activities.
Once again ALSAC proved the concern of the
students with Edgewater collecting over S1200 in
one week in the class competition.
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Officers Sally Maguire, Toni D'Agostino, Craig Phillips and Sam Fogarty led the Student Congress to a very successful year.
Front: Karen Blackburn, Debbie Bolin, Delaine Lee, Eleanor Davis, Larry Bright, Gary Coburn, Chris Welch, Pam Rivers, Kim Anderson, Cindy Lankford, Linda Kit-
tenger, Suzie O'l-lara. Dixie Dugan, Mary Wilks. Back: Mitzi Maxwell, Candy Cole, Ed Dennis, Davis Gaines, Craig Phillips, Kelvin Castell, Sarn Fogarty, Toni
D'Agostino. Sally Maguire, Tom Beers. Val Doyle, Lola Calle. Caryl Curtis, Debbie Dunn, Tracy Porter, Bruce O'Donohue, Buzz Roberts, Mr. Branyon,
Vice President, Kelvin Castel, listens to Mr. Branyon.
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Student Congress Representative, Tom Beers, works hard selling candy at lunch as money making project,
Members of the Student Congress discuss possibilities for future student activities at EHS.
Seniors: Tracy Anderson, Nancy Braun, Cinda Browning, Nancy Cowels, lran Davis, Phil Eason, Bobby Giesler, George Griffin, Pam Hayes, Andy Jones, Gary Landry.
Sharon Marvin, Bruce McKee, Mike Pace, Steve Prochaska, Sally Royce, Steve Shilling, John Stuhl, Shelly Ward, Bruce Wigle. Juniors: Vera Adams, Nancy Bower,
Wanda Butler, Doug Cranford, Yogi Daniels, Bill Frankel, Mitch Gilbert, Chip Headly, Ping Huang, Sarah Karst, Jay Losey, Joe McFarland, Debbie Morgan, Sherry
Potter, Ricky Richetson, David Shilling, Daryl Stone, Dawn Swanner, Jordan Wallach, George Young. Sophomores: Willie Arrington, Terry Bradford, Betty Carter.
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During their annual spring ceremony,
the National Honof Society
tapped 31 underclassmen,
The main objective
of the club, is to uphold the
schools code. It encourages
students to strive to do
their best in
character, and scholarship,
The lighting of
the candles, symbolizing
the four qualities
for membership, is always
an impressive part of the tapping
ceremony. Slides of the
school were also shown, at the
Siliski lights the gold candle symbolizing scholarship.
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Society continued their tutoring
year along with their other projects.
They sold those delicious brownies
on both of the lunchshifts.
along with washing
In March, the top
five percent of the juniors and
the top five
percent of the seniors
for the society.
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May, treas.,' Tom Beers, v-pres.,' Liz Hamber, sec,
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Front Mitzi Maxwell Vicki Smith, Elaine Francisco, Marie Gregory, Ping Huang, Kathy Gunter, Sprite Spinks, Mary Wilkes, Cathy Melrose. Second Row: Walter
Hellinger Dale Morehouse, Bobby Hall, Chuck May, Mitch Gilbert, Jeff Cowherd, Jim Klindt, John Rife. Third Row: Jackie Olicker, Candy Barr, Karen McEnany, Tina
Kerns Debbie Morgan Margie Johnson, Suzanne Staton, Bill Frankel, Mike Fiedler, Donna Hendrickson, Jerry Rowell, Brian Ware, Penny Orwick. Not Pictured:
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Karen Gooch, Secretaryf Sharon Yates, Vice-Presidentg Mrs. Brooks,
Sponsor: Beth Caile, President, Ping Huang, Treasurerf and Janet
Perkins, lCC Representativeg display the Buzz Harris Award given
annually to the most outstanding Spanish student.
El club de espanol, this year chose Priscilla Nieves.
a sophomore, as an Honorary member. Coming from
Puerto Rico, she gave the club a new
understanding of Spanish life as it is.
The Spanish club collected for Alsac and
had a booth in the Carnival selling tacos to the happy
ln the spring, the club took part in
the annual Colonial High School Spanish Fiesta,
where members viewed skits and presented
The Annual Buzz Harris Award will be presented at
the Awards Assembly to the outstanding
Spanish student who has taken two years of Spanish at EHS.
Front: Julie Flynn, Gina McCullum, Mari Forsyth. Don Pierson, Bill Frankel, Priscilla Nieves, of Puerto Rico. Second Row: Beth Calle, Ping Huang. Mark Turko, Brian
Ware. Brenda Burian, Sharon Yates, Judy Behn, John Hedrick, Viriginia Woodbery, Back Row: Mary Anderson, Frank Flinaldo, Doris Hamilton, Charlie Filco. Margie
Johnson, Mary Greeland, Fran Greene, and Cathy Melrose cool off outside after eating tacos.
With the hopes of being selected
for the National Honor Society at
the end of the year, the Torch
Society worked very diligently on
planned projects while at the same
time they studied earnestly to keep
up their grade average. Torch
Society is an organization made up
of honor students from junior high
that are not yet eligible for National
Honor Society here at Edgewater.
One of their projects for this year
was having a reception for the EHS
exchange students which was held
in October. This was enjoyed by
the entire student body.
Officers: Front: Brian Ware, Pres.: Virginia Woodberry, ICC Rep.: Candy Barr,
Treasurer, Back: Karen McEnanny, Sec., Mrs. Kahn, Sponsor: Donna Hendrickson,
Members of Torch await their walk down Edgewater during the Homecoming Parade.
First column: Mrs. Kahn, Mary Wilkes, Josie Howington, Mitzi Maxwell.
Kathy Melrose, Terry Lorenzen, Karen McEnanny, Kim Boyce. Second
column: Brian Ware, Bobby Hall, Mitch Gilbert, John Sparks. Third
column: Virginia Woodberry, Candy Barr, Cindy Crinshaw, Penny Orwick,
Nancy Madry, Dixie Dugan, Marie Gregory, Barbara Madry, Donna
thoughts with us
Shall we meditate - amen. This Phrase
started off each morning throughout
the year and was given by some mem-
ber ofthe meditation committee.
The meditation committee works hard
to prepare a daily inspirational
thought that travels throughout the
school to help students face their
daily troubles with a thought of love.
The clubs chairman, Linda Boyce,
lines up students to participate
daily. Mrs. Armstrong, the club
sponsor listens attentively to
each student's thought for the day.
Any student may participate in
this enlightening experience since
it is open to all students at the
beginning of the school year.
Lynda Boyce, chairman of meditations, puts much feeling into her daily message.
From Left to Right, Carol Marsh, Eileen Makinson, Shelia Trimm, Eleanor Davis, Karen Ross, Davie Goans, Doris Hamilton, Val Doyle, Joanne Thomson, Lynda
Boyce, Robin DeSimon, Lena Russell, Cindy Lankford, Sue Neff, Elise Chernaga, Suzie O'Hara, Bruce O'Donohue.
"Welcome Jean and Masayuki," proclaimed
the billboard in large red letters as the
Edgewater American Field Service Club
welcomed their two exchange students
Jean Freedberg, from South Africa and
Masayuki lor Mas, as he was soon
dubbedl, Yamaguchi from Japan. The club
members soon discovered that exchange
students are expensive additions to the
student body and lost no time in raising
the necessary funds for next year's
students. A dress-up day was held and
some weird characters were to be seen
in the halls, who on closer inspection
turned out to be faculty members as well
as students. The sale of friendship stock
showed the enthusiasm of the Eagles to
share experiences with future exchange
students, and a class competition realized
many valuable dollars. At the AFS
assembly, the functions of the club were
explained, and much interest was stimulated
by the sharing of experiences of area
The Cheshire Cat? A cuter smile cannot be found anywhere - it's Jean Freed-
berg, and Sammy Fogarty enjoying the beauty of Loch Haven.
Front Row: CL to Rl Barbara Dennis, Sherrill McKinney, Karen Porter iTreas.l, Mitzi Maxwell, Mary Wilkes, Doris Hamilton, Jan May, Vivian Bartell. 2nd Row: Dan
Fraser, Pat Fekany, Dee Farkas, Dixie Dugan, Marie Forsythe, Sharon Early, Alisa Peterson, Davis Gaines. 3rd Row: Peggy Meadors lSec.l, Ping Huang, Joe
Schmerler, Susan Shipley, Jo-Anne Thompson, Linda Boyce. 4th Row: Jackie Chastang, Randy Brooks, Jean Freedberg, Sue Neff, Cindy Mras, Tom Beers. Back
Row: Mary Anderson, Brenda Walton iPres.l. Joe Smith, Roger Robertson, Mas Yamaguchi, David Huang. George McCormick, Chuck May.
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Note the splendid form as "Mas" Yamaguchi shows the Americans
how to do it.
Howdy! lt's Brenda Walton lpresj and sponsor Susan
Fulford.' high spirits on AFS Dress-up Day.
Under the direction of IU, Joe Schmerler, Jan Soldinger, Jan May, and IRI David Huang, the mem-
bers are inspired to greater heights of friendship.
Flow 1: David Baker, Diane Johnson, Robert Tubbs, John Aker. Pat Bowman, Mike Fiedler. Row 2: Mike Hevener. David Peral, Jack Herman. Steve
Coenson, Heather Henry, Mary Ratliff, Don Altshuler, David Pelaez, Art Gaskey, lat righti Jeff Lander.
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sit around discussing the previous news editorials.
"Buy one and hide one," says Sherry Potterfield to James
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Steve Coenson, Pat Bowman, Don Altshuler, Jack Herman, Robert Tubbs, Jefl Lander relax after meeting a deadline.
T keeps apathetics
T aware and alert
Eagle Eye staffers this year cov-
ered a variety of events.
This was mainly due to the many
activities taking place on cam-
pus. Thus, it was an easy
year to gather material to
write on. The paper kept the
campus apathetics aware
of what was happening and
stimulated their minds with
the sarcastic editorials
so commonly used to knock what's
wrong with the school.
Not keeping any boundaries.
the staffers widened their per-
spective to cover new rock
groups. local beauty pageants,
of which ESHers were in-
volved and a poll on whether WPHS
students favored a
smoking area lreIevant?l. All
and all the staffers seemed
to deem it a good school year al-
though their fight to avoid
censorship was lost
EAG LE BAND
C. Seymour, S. Jackson, A. Taylor, D. D. Huang, A. Walker, P. Rang, S. Trimm, J. Winsowski, S. Guerrero, N. Madry, B. Barden, L. Fink, B. Talton, A. Barrington, D
Russell, S. Eunice, K. Burton, T. Charlton, W. Stevenback, G. Burkett, C. Martin, R. Clark, D. Horn, K. Covell, D. Horner, S. Memory. T. Holdorf, T. Barko, E. Lombardi
J. Dailey, C. Whitmire, B. Potter, S. Watts, B. Sanders, R. Simpson, S. Hepburen,D. Clark, L. Pepper, R. Bernhard, R. Morton, W. Skinner, D. Shupe, C. Medley, T. Bird
R. Forest, E. Harris, E. Makinson, C. Chapman, R. Vezina, V. Thackery, D. Welch, J. Hurley, J. Foster, B. Madry, B. Haire, M. Gill, M. Theiss, C. Mudd, D. Potter, J. E
Montsdeoca, G. Lyman, V. Avery, L. A. Murphy, R. Hayworth, L, Bright, D. Doss, S. Kowslowski, J. Kelly, P. Blackman, B. Battle, J. Gagne, J. Cook. Second Row
K. Krager, J. Mason, R. Semour, S. Lalonde, F. Amato, C. Jackson, R. Mackey, A. Kane. B. Trapp.
"1-2-3 Pride" was a familiar count
off of the Eagle Band as they started
off each performance. The band pre-
sented many enjoyable half time shows
for the football fans, participated in
the Orlando and Sanford Christmas
Parades and added much enthusiasm
to the pep assemblies. They were
one of the two bands in the district
to get straight superiors at marching
contests in November.
The concert season was also important
to the members because it shows their
ability in playing their instruments.
Bill Potter and Sandy Watts were two
fortunate musicians to be chosen
for All-State Band.
Solo and ensemble Centests was held Front: Dennis Horn. Middle: Dixie Dugan, Betty Talton, Karen Burton, Angela Taylor, Richard Simpson.
in February and the band again Showed Back: Carter Whitmire, Steve Eunice, Mitchel Deutch. Band Officers.
that they are number one.
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Drum major, Mitchel Deutsch, is the leader of the band. 'Wipe that smile off your face!" orders Mr. Kieffner.
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Theresa Charlton says these are times you need three '
f18f10'S instead of two. That inspection was really rough, butl didn't get any demerits.
With great pride and determination the "Marching Eagles" participate in the homecoming parade down Edgewater Drive.
majorettes twirl on
Sequin, velvet and lace were seen at the head of every performance of the marching band as the Edgewater Majorettes led
the Eagles with their skill and grace. The majorettes performed at football half-time shows and were also seen in parades in
which the band participated.
New uniforms were the goal for this year's majorettes as they worked all year with car-washes and coke sales to band
members after hot practices.
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Dixie Dugan, captain
The majorette corp taking a quick coke break after a long, hard practice,
Carletha Charlton, co-captain
Debbie Clark Sheila Trimm PBUY Patten
Another work party? Officers are Bruce Wigle, Pres.: Jerry Hurst, Vice-Pres.: Brett
Weiler, Sec.-Treas.: Bob Evans, Sgt. at Armsi Barry Baumgarten, Chaplain. Les Rogers.
Left: President Bruce
Wigle 'leads the flag
salute at assemblies. '
Below: The death of
a Boone Brave, alias
Robert Myer, was pre-
sented by Hi'Y at the
Boone Pep Rally.
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Hi-Y did it again! For the third consecutive year, Hi-Y has won
the winning homecoming float trophy in boy's service clubs.
As Club Sweetheart, Janet Perkins was proud to make goodies.
Even though Hi-Y has a small
membership, they come on
strong. Members are fighting
hard this year by helping
teachers, caroling, coaching
Gray-Y and making
prize-winning floats to keep
their Best Boy's Club Award,
But the year was not all work,
Hi-Y had the honor of working at the
Florida Citrus Invitational. The
State Youth Legislature in
Tallahassee also provided Hi-Y
with a weekend of fun.
Left to Right: Policeman 1, Frank Amato, Bob Abbott, Barry Baumgarten, Tom Rybolt, Bob Evans, Bruce Wiglez
Pres., Brett Weiler. Paul Kunz, Jerry Hurst, Jim Brown, Les Rogers, Policeman 2, Jeff Greene.
Left to Right: Tom Beers - lst Vice Pres Jim Klindtv Corr. Sec., Davis Gaines - Sec., Mr. Bill Jordan -Sponsor, Bruce O'Donoghue- Pres., Steve Johnson Y
Kiwanis advisor, Steve Kidd f Jun. Dir., John Jennings - Sophs. Dir., Andy Jones - 2nd V P., Steve Wilks - Treas
Left to Right: Alan Siliski, Mike Lanham, Bruce O'Donoghue, Marshal Ross,
Craig Phillips, Ralph Kruger, Jay Losey, key members.
A-fter a clean-up project, Pres. Bruce O'Donoghue expresses
ologyz restores lake
From rowing a kayak in Lake Eola,
to collecting money for ALSAC, Key
was again one of Edgewater's most
outstanding organizations. Key Club
International has progressed to its
present state by taking personal ac-
tion upon demanding situations, thus
living up to their adopted motto, "Per-
sonal Action: Prelude to Progress."
The will to be great and careful
supervision of Mr. Bill Jordan has
helped the men of Key Club reach
their goals this year. next project.
Key Club Mom, Mrs. Bass and club Sweetheart Suzy O'Hara discuss
Tom Beers, 1 V.P.: Andy Jones, 2 V,P.: Dan Spact: Mark Hand: Jay Jones: Gilbert Russell: Jeff Landers: John Hedrick: Steve Wilks, Treas.: Jim Mosley: Chip
Headley: Skip DeFore: Tim Sachse: Bill Rush: Mike Vermilyea: Jon Jennings, Soph. Dir.: Jeff Jennings: George Fleming: Jeff Cowherd: Steve Kidd, Jr. Dir.: Davis
Gaines, Sec.: Doug Cranford: Bill Bardeaux: Jim Klindt, Corr. Sec.
rows kayak for ec- X
L. to R.: David Clarke, David Cooksey, Chuck Wason, Pam Rivers lsweetheartl, Paul McConnell, Jimmy Blau, Roger Hirschy, Tommy Brownlee, Micky McConnell
Bobby Harris, Keith Classon, Steve Katz, Curtis Cordell, Doug Dyer.
Steve Katz displays prize-winning salesmanship during the EHS candy
drive as Micky McConnell excruciatingly draws out his last dollar.
The notorious Hirschy Kid led forth his merry
men on escapades of fun and excitement, while
Mr. Cieplechowicz played the sheriff in his
futile attempts to curb these raucous spirits.
Believe it or not, much work was also accom-
plished. The band collected for ALSAC, ire-
member - take from the rich and . . .l, built badly
needed soccer goalposts, and while tripping
through our infamous senior parking lot, they
filled in the more obvious holes before making
a hasty getaway.
Civitan also participated in the true spirit of
pledging this year, and as always, the young
victims could be seen peering sullenly over
garbage cans. . . but humor prevailed, and the
new members managed to stick it out, paper cups
ice cream sticks and all.
Civitan members David Cooksey, Paul McConnell, Roger Hirschy and Jimmy Blau inspect
the flagpole and decide that cleaning it will be their next club project.
'Uump right in the middle - now! Steve Katz sternly
orders apprehensive new pledges, Mark Willard and
Chuck Wason ltreasurerl, and Jimmy Blau lsecretaryl pose for a well-
guarded shot before the big heist. Not shown: Curtis Dupree
l v. pres.l.
Officers David Cooksey lsgt. at armsl, Roger Hirschy lpresidentl,
Robert Adkins has a better idea, as he demonstrates to Donnie Pickeriil, Joe K uge, John Salas, Tom Sarreiis,John Te9g,PhiI Eason
Exchange Club enjoys Thanksgiving dinner with Roast Metzger and dressing Stuart Arost, John Stuhl,
Alan Crowson, Marc S trum, Ritsy Pierson, Roy Culiison, Terry Bird.
"Cushions, cushions, buy your
cushions now!" Thats
what you heard from the
members of Exchange Club when
they were selling those
famous cushions for
softening those hard benches, while
watching our fantastic
Eagles in sports.
Before school started the
members worked with
reading and writing.
The members also marched
for the March of Dimes
in the Fight against
Terry Bird, Tom Sarrells, and Phil Eason decorate a cactus with banana peels. And 'ast but not 'east they
rakedl?l Coach Maples'
"Monkeying around" S members of Exchange seem to be participating in their favorite pastime. Mr. Vickers, sponsor: Tom Sarrells: Joe Kuge, Terry Bird, Alan
Crowson,John Stuhl, V-Pres.: Eddie Metzger, Roy Cullison, Ritsy Pierson, sweetheart: Robert Adkins, Marc Strum, Phil Eason, Pres.
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Biking during the Homecoming parade,' Sharon Marvin and Donnie Evans, Big Brother
Lamb Hart, Civinettes' entry for
the Miss Edgewater pageant
practices for the big night.
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Officers Jane Kirkland, Pres.: Janet Perkins, V. Pres.: Elise
Chernega Sgt. at Arms: Ritsy Pierson, Chap.: Margie Johnson,
Sec Candy Cole,Treas,
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Putting on another successful
Miss Edgewater pageant was a
big job, but Civinettes
rallied forth. The pageant gained
a new image by having local
people judge and
presenting it at night instead
of in our infamous gym.
Civinettes proved they
supported Eagle teams by creating
pep banners for which
they won the spirited club of
the week award. They also had
such money raising projects
as selling the traditional
fruitcake, also candy, cushions,
and socks. The Powder Puff Football
game was played in March
against Exchangettes. Civinettes
supported Women's Lib by showing
their muscles in the
Row 1 Lamb Hart, Nancy Perkins, Kathy Griffith, Cindy Lankford, Sherry Potterfield, Denise Helmesley, Sharon Marvin Nancy Braun Carol Curtis Toni Lyn
D Agostino Row 2: Mary Jane Dismuke, Shelia Stevens, Betsy Pfieffer, Mary Anderson, Debbie Phillips, Gaily Hoover, Debbie Rankin Sherry Hupp Marsha Fletcher
Kathy Youngs. Row 3: Donna Sawley, Jane Kirkland, Donnie Evans: Big Brother, Janet Perkins, Margie Johnson, John Hansbourgh Big Brother Candy Cole Sally
McGuire Ritsy Pierson, Elise Chernega.
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while serving school
Although they've only celebrated their second birthday,
Exchangettes have gained in rank as one of the leading
girl's clubs here at Edgewater. Increasing from thirty-
three members to fifty-eight members has helped in their
goal of providing more service to the school. One of the
ways they served was by showing their pride in their
school by making decorations for the cafeteria wall and
making posters for which they won several times the post-
er contest sponsored by the Varsity Cheerleaders.
Although serving the school is the Exchangettes main goal,
they also serve as a social outlet for the girls. Par-
ticipating in such activities as going to Lil' 500, planning
trips to Disney World and workshops, the girls received
the rewards of working and relaxing together as a group.
Achieving the height of school service is their purpose.
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shown by Valeria Doyle, Rita Blackman, Christell Doyle and Pat
Row 1: Gabe Squeteri, Barbara Keith. Row 2: Leslie Teall, Clara Gornell.
Row 3: Davis Gaines, Anita Spinks, Kathy Gunter. Row 4: Kay Dickerson,
Bobbie Smith, Carol Clayton. Row 5: Debbie Bolin, Donna Yowell, Karen
Lively. Row 6: Jeanette Carpenter, Pam Hayes, Ellen Kamenoff, Susie Salkin.
Row 7: Tenley Hibbard. Susie Stanford, Linda Kittenger. Row 8: Melodye
Taylor. Spring Teall. Row 9: Pam Hayes, Tracey Porter. Row 10: Patty Potter-
field, Marty Monroe.
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Led by their officers Leslie Teall, Jeannette Carpenter, Kathy
Gunter, Jeannie Kittinger and Pam Hayes zoom into providing
service for their school.
Exchangettes Sprite Spinks and Linda Samuels fight over who s
going to clean up as Bobbie Smith and Kay Dickerson watch
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anchor aids in
Anchor Club created quite a smash this year
at the Alsac carnival, with their car-bash,
hay ride and fortune telling. Due to all these
varied and unusual activities, the members
managed to collect more than any other club
for Alsac's worthy cause. Hours were spent
selling candy door-to-door, which realized many
valuable dollars in aid of the school, and the
teachers' thanksgiving was made happier by
Anchor Thanksgiving cards. Eagle spirit was
boosted during Boone week by the sales of
voodoo dolls and at any time during the year
gaily colored signs were to be seen around the
buildings, spurring our Eagle sportsmen on to
victory. Besides all this community and school
consciousness, Anchor also managed to have
jolly good fun, while carrying on the tradition
of service to all.
Land Ho! Anchor Club Pres. Sharon Yates, V. Pres. Cindy Mras and big
brothers l7.l Bruce 0'Donoghue and lr.l Paul McConnell seem relieved
to stand on solid ground.
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Left Stairs: Cindy Mras, Dawn Miller, Marie Gregory, Virginia Woodbery, Penny Orwick, Vicky Thackeray, Jean Freedberg. Top: Donna
Hendrickson, Sharon Yates, Janice Hodges, Maryanne Keener, Lena Russell. Right Stairs: Patty Hartberger, Marcy Miltonberger, Barbara
Wright, Cheryl Hart, Mona Eschelberg, Margaret Prine, Ann Walker, Debbie Davidson.
Patty Hartberger and Donna Hendrickson cast the evil spell
while creating theirAnchor voodoo dolls.
Marcy Miltonberger, Marie Gregory and Penny Orwick try out
attractive designs for teachers' Thanksgiving cards.
do ya think i ought to
paint it red?
These were the words heard
frequently by Jr-Tri-Hi-Y's members
as they proved their spirit
by displaying signs and posters all
through the year. They traveled
to the State Convention in
Tallahassee with area
Jr-Tri-Hi-Y clubs. and took along
their Big Brother Keith
Classon. There they participated
in group discussion and had
a fantastic time.
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L to R Kathy Maloney Sara Lu Rudd JoAnne Thompson Heather Henery Keith CIBSSOH Paulette DeLancette Cindy Seiler, Susan Cox, Terry Tillhgman, Lyn Spark-
Putting up pep posters, JoAnne Thompson shows pride in
Cindy Sieler, 2nd V.P.5 Susan Cox, Secretary: Sarah Rudd, Historian
2nd Row: Paullette DeLancette President: JoAnne Thompson, 1st V.P
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Tri-Hi-Yparticipated in the Homecoming parade. Riding in their entry are Heather Henry and Paulette DeLancette.
Officers: 1st Row: Lynn Sparkman. Treas.g Heather Henry, Chaplain:
school earns dough
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Splash lglubl Shpritz - eeyow!
Zonked Again. Soph. Tri-Hi-Y
paper toweled their way through
another successful carwash.
Funds from this somewhat soggy
event were used here in school
and their illustrious sponsors,
Mrs. Peggy Ward, Mrs. Elizabeth
Williams, and Mrs. Sarah Lou
Garbrick also lent a guiding hand at
their many delicious bake sales.
Tri-Hi-Y's officers also attended a
club leadership conference at F.T.U.
where they were much inspired.
L. to R. Susan Murphy ltreas.l. Marie Bobula lhistorianl, Barbara Sandiord lv. presl. Barbara Trapp lpresl and
Susan Deese lseci, are this year's officers.
L. to R. Carol Taylor, Starla Trimm, Debbie Stickler, Barbara Sandford. Susan Murphy. Marie Bobula, Susan Deese, Donna Potter,Denise Peterson. Barbara Trapp.
"Opps - mind my nose!" Barbara Trapp
seems to be saying as she helps carry a
roll of paper to make spirit boosting signs.
Enthusiasm abounds as J.V. cheerleaders Lola Caile, Margie Johnson and Mary-
Jo Losso display their Eagle pride.
supreme at ehs
"Rahl rahl rahl Sis coom Boone!" So went the
various spirit-inspiring cheers as our terrific
J.V. cheerleaders lent a hand at the Boone-
Edgewater game. . .The J.V.'s also raised
school spirit by their many gaily colored signs
spurring the Eagle teams on to victory, and the
sale of key-rings.
The scene outside the cafeteria was legs -
spread and Russian splits as each week before
the victorious games the J.V.'s practiced
fervently. Rah! rahl rahl zoom oops.. .
L. to R. Debby Wason lCo-capt.l, Cheryl Owen, Mary-Jo Losso, Lola Caile lTreas.l, Betty Carter, Margie Johnson lCapt.l, Pat Blackman,
Watch out, kids! The J. V. express in on its way.
Emotions of Val Tillman, Suzy 0'Hara and Risty Pierson run rampant as EHS scores
At a low point in the game, cheerleaders turn to prayer.
Becky Bryan Ritsy Pierson, captain Suzy 0'Hara. co-captain
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Becky Bryan and Liz Bruner hold the pride hoop for the players at the Deland game.
Janet McConnell Caryl Curtis
Liz Bruner Mary Greenland, Treasurer
If you looked down the hall
and saw a whirl of pleated
skirts, bulky red
sweaters and fuzzy socks
and heard the clomping
of saddle oxfords you
the next thing to come to
mind was SPIRIT...
for that's what the
71-72 EHS cheerleaders
The sparkling twelve kept
busy this year by selling
signs and planning
assemblies. During Boone
Week the cheerleaders
sponsored the 3-"S" Days -
Sock-it-to-um, Sign. Silent
and the most important
Red and White Day -
Val Tillman, Secretary
Three spirited Pep Club members introduce this year's theme, We've Only Just Begun.
Lto R Lynda Boyce Pres Miss Mink Advisor Brenda Burlan Treas Janet Perkrns Vrce Pres
JoAnn Thompson, incognito
as the Big Eagle.
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Top to Bottom: Mary Belford, Cindy Langford, Janet Perkins, Lynda Boyce, Brenda Burian, Loretta Cleaver,
Beth Calle, Sheila Stephens, Betsy Pfeifter, Ilene Segal, Dorothy Robertson, Debbie Bolin, Janet Genge, Jill
Johnson, Angela Taylor, Rita Blackron, Cristell Doyle, Nancy Perkins, Marie Bobula, Angela Johnson, Susan
Murphy, Lori Talone, Betty Carter, Margie Johnson, Mary Jo Losso, Lola Cail, Cheryl Owen, Valerie Doyle, Pat
"got the spirit?"
"let's hear it!"
"Have ya got that spirit?" , , ,
"Yea man!" Pep club proved they
had spirit by backing all
the sports, Banners, Eagle
buttons, decorated goal posts,
Edgewater license plates, the Home-
coming Parade andthe
Boone Bonfire were all accomplished
by Pep Club. Pep Club members
showed that they were spirit makers.
"l knew football was big, but . . . " exclaim two Pep Club members.
John Bracker recites to Patty Renoso.
Thespians work crew makes ready for next episode
Assuming positions, Thespians Joe Schmereler, Gina Sami and Mark Sami go through their stage roles in preparation
for scenes from Arthur Miller's 'Q4ll My Sons."
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ehs audiences with comedy
Thespian Troupe 557 sprang into action this year with a
successful production of "All My Sons," put on in
February. The crowd could not decide between raucous
laughter and hysterical crying, for the play was filled with
emotion of all kinds.
As important as the actors and actresses
are, the work crew of Thespians was one of the best
Under the guidance of Miss Linda Romigh
and Miss Joy Lewis, it is not a surprise that our Thespian
Troupe 557 upheld the Eagles true unique traditions.
Lightmen David Carr and Roger Robertson await their cue.
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As sponsors, Miss Linda Romigh and Miss Joy Lewis plan for
the next Thespian production.
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Curtiss Cordell, Nick Hart, and Mickey McConnell work on the
delicate art of theatrical lighting.
art club members
Being a member of Art Club was more
than just being in any other organi-
zation, it was achieving, creating, and
producing.This year's Art Clubmembers
were a group of activated art stu-
dents who were stimulated by extended
knowledge of the different aspects of art.
Through the help and leadership of
sponsors Glen Bischof and Leon Theo-
dore, the club has done great things.
Left to Right: Nancy Daniell Sec., Shelly Ward Treas., Ed Lingren Pres.: Dee Farkas Vice-Pres.
First Row: Mr. Glen Basenef, Nancy Daniell, Ed Lindgren, Shelly ward, Sue Deonne Farkas. Jolene Nicholson. Sunshine. Selrna RBDPOPOVTV Miko
Shipley, Elissa Eunice, Nancy Ratnour, Mr, Leon Theodore. Second Row: Hanson,SandY'-0f1Q-
Sponsor Mr. Wickman and Pat Fekany prepare a critique sheet.
Laboriously work1ng,John Hedrick and Mike Barko seem busy.
nfl wins many
awards at state.
Under the co-sponsorship of Al
Wichman and Linda Romigh, the National
Forensic League of Edgewater High
School participated in several speech
tournaments around the state. ln-
cluded in these were the District
contest and the National tournament,
both hosted by F.T.V. Many awards
were received by our N.F.L. members
for their hard work this year.
Debater B171 Franke! does his talking
thing at school program.
First Row: Jan Soldinger. John Hedrick, Gina Sami, Bill Frankel, Valerie Vereen, Melanie Love. Second Row: Mickey McConnell, Tom Harper, Randy Hillman,
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Sprite Spinks, Vice-Presidentg Jim Ness, President: Janet Perkins, Projects Chairwoman.
John Stuhl scowis upon a lowly Greyhound, alias Phil
Eason, on the award- winning Latin Club float.
Row 1: Debbie Bolin, Christy DeCoursey, John Stuhl, Liz Bruner, Phil Eason, Bruce Wigle. Robin Stover, Jean Freedberg, Seout Fripp, Cindy Cren-
shaw. Row 2: Janet Perkins, Denise Neudecker, Jim Ness, President: Sprite Spinks, Brenda Walton. Davis Gaines,
"Thumbs down for Greyhounds!" cry Jim
Sprite Spinks and Robert Myer atop the float.
advance school spirit . .
onward to deland!
"Deland or Bust." This was the motto of Latin Club this year.
Deland being the only out of town football game,
became the solo destination of Latin Club's
traditional Eaglecades. Two full bus-loads of screaming, cheer-
ing eagle fans were transported there through the
efforts of the club. Building prize-winning homecoming
floats, making pep banners, and judging Christmas doors were
all campaigns carried on by Latin Club. Later in
the year delegates were sent to County and State Forums.
"How do we judge on appropriateness?" quip Janet Perkins, Davis Gaines, Brenda Walton and Nese Neudecker
Lef! to Right lFr011tlr Floger Robertson, Connie Blackmon, Sue Wire, Wendy Roger Howard, Mr. Hallman lsponsorl, Mary Jo Losso, Mike Thomason, Walter
Cutts, Gina Kerns, Kim Noll, lBackl Art Gaskey, Curtis Martin, Larry Keith, Muth.
with social outlet
Broadening horizons is the pur-
pose ofthe German Club.
Basically a socially oriented
club, it gives people
interested in German a chance
to meet other such people.
It lets them get to know and
communicate with each other
of the German language. They
also spent time serving
the school and other worthy
organizations as working at
the Alsac carnival and par-
ticipating in the 20 mile
hike for the March of Dimes.
Roger Robertson and Connie Blackman man a booth at the Alsac Carnival.
One of the latest additions to the
EHS club scene is the
reappearance of the French
Club. The reason for this
revival is their sponsor, Mr.
Wampler. who has aroused a
new interest among his
students. Through knowledge
of the language, cuisine, and
culture, it is the hope that
it will give the members a
better understanding of the
Leading the french movement on the EHS campus are Paulette DeLancett. chaplain: Lisa Wolhust, ICC
Donna Hendrickson, Sec., Paulette Judd, President: Laura Dakin, Sgt. at Arms: Clare Chapman
Treasurer: Karen McEnany, Vice President.
Front Row: Paulette DeLancett, Laura Dakin, Cindi Martin, Clare Chapman. Gregory, Joyce McCann. Back Row: David Ogden, Adrienne Westerberg
Second Row: Donna Hendrickson. Karen Mceananv. Lisa Wohlust, Marie Hector Santiesteben, PauletteJudd, Curtis Cordell.
anyone got a
Members of Paramedics got
valuable experience volunteering
their time and service to
local hospitals. There they helped in
such tasks as aiding patients, keeping
up lab apparatus, and helping
hospital personnel in
various other hospital
upkeep duties. They also obtained
knowledge of the duties of
doctors and nurses which helped
them decide whether medicine
was to be their chosen profession. Denise Neudecker'
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Sponsor Mrs. Milstead and Pres. Barb Keith look over meeting notes.
Jo Howington, Dorothy Robinson, Barbara Keith, Robin Stover, Rick Umlauf
Chapman, Mary Driggers, Joan Cook, Mrs. Milstead, Sacha Braits, NOT
Stacy LaLonde and.Jaan Cook take a tour of
Doing experiments to learn
more about the world. Bi-Phy-
Chem Iearned alot
about their environment
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Fred Preston an Leo orn experiment. around them.
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Members Bill Frankie, David Peleaz, and Mitch Gilbert watch as Mr. Vickery demonstrates an electric motor.
Concentration proves to be the winning as well as toughest factor, as David Huang initiates his successful attack
king to bishop . .
Even though Chess Club has
not had its first birthday, it has
accomplished a great deal
this year. Tournaments were
held at area schools every
Thursday afternoon and
Edgewater led victoriously on
many of these occasions.
The club members could be found
any afternoon practicing their
chess plays and preparing for their matches.
The only thing lacking at
their tournaments was support,
for it must be the least supported
game at Edgewater.
Left to Right: Ronny Reese, David Huang,
Hector Santiesteban, Donna Freeman, Phil
Parish, Hud Dunlap, Mr. Claxton,
Debbie Triplet, Janet Slasin, Tricia Perkins, Pat Reddit, Sandy Moncrief, Gail
The most important instruments a secretary uses in her work are her hands.
please take a
letter, miss .
Members of FSA are planning
to go into an always needed
profession . . . secretarial
work. In order to meet
their goals, they held contests
and meetings with other area
members from various schools.
Ending this year, the club helped
in National Secretaries Week.
the 3 r's.
An opportunity to discover the
joys of teaching was
what Future Teachers of America
offered its members.
To learn more about their
future careers in
teaching, they held meetings.
showed films, had guest speakers,
and provided tutoring
services for grade school children.
FTA 's float in the Homecoming parade, turned out to be a car load of beauties.
R to L: Sue Wire, Linda Fink, Jenny Frankman, Leslie Beoel, Beth Belote, Paule Arseneault.
fellowship of christian athletes
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FCA was a slow starter this year, not starting until
football season was over so the members could have time
for sports activities. Most of the sports were represented.
And a feeling of good sportsmanship surrounded all.
A Huddle group was started and all members proved what
good Christians they were.
Pres. Ed Metzger plans a project with members Tom Horan
Row 1: David Shilling, Jim Holt, Jeff Anderson, Andy Jones, Joe Kougie, Kevin Gabriel. Row 2: Eddie Metzger, James Eady. John Tegg. Larry Smith, Ned Smith.
John Hansbrough. Steve Prochaska.
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Front Row, Left to Right: Nancy Meng, Chrystle Scott, Angi Lipp, Pat Grubert, Lynn Maloney, Marlene Eversole, Mr. John Allen. Back Row: Scott Hunt,
Robby Paschall, Tom Marshall, Mark Deal, Roddy Schultz, Jeff Lander, Jim Lockman, Jim Carroll, Tim Blanton. Not Shown: Sissy Harvell, Eric Roberts, Ken
Ritter, Arthur Heritage
L to R: Roger Hagood, Pres., Debbie Thomas, Treasg Craig Wurges, Hist.: Jim Green
Parl.: Jerry Steele, Sec.: Dale Dakin, V. Pres.
deca active in local
business and sales
DECA is a national youth organization whose
purpose is to develop future business leaders.
Edgewater's DECA students actively par-
ticipated in local business, retail and sales.
Their many projects included candy sales,
corsage and photokube sales.
In February, members attended the
District Conference held at the Robert Meyer
Hotel. The conference was a big success. l
Berry Oeitel, Mike Barlon, Chuck Beckivith, John Craig, Dale Dakin, Donna Freeman, Jim Green, Roger Haywood, Michelle Huch
Massaro, Nora Rynn. Jerry Steele, Debbie Thomas, Sandy Wansley, Craig Warges, Mr. J. King.
on, David Lively, John
GAA members huddle up to decide which play wrii help them make that first down.
Love-40 is the cali as Pat Blackman
awaits the deciding serve.
"Never fight with an Ump", reminds Mrs. Gibson, "Besides I 'm never wrong"
well it's 1,
2, 3, strikes . . .
A homerun. an out, a tear, a smile:
GAA members learned a lot this
year. Most of all it was
the feeling of good sportsmanship.
Both enthusiasm for
sports and the ability to play
marked those in the Girls
GAA girls worked together,
and played together in various
activities. They held their intra-mural
games Monday after school.
Seated: Audrey Johnson, Barbara Jones, Sophia Pittman, Teresa Charleton. Left to Right: Donna Brock, Wadie Hood, Sherron Partner, Teletha Wells, Patricia Clark
Jenett Johnson. Valinda Lawrence, Patti Harrison, Cynthia Johnson, Johnnetta Dailey, Debra Bryant, Barbara Wilson, Mrs. Gibson, Maxine Hood, Lori Talone,
L to R1 David Kaplan, Kelvin Castell, Robert Tubbs, Charles Burke, Craig Phillips, Mike Altshuler, Walter Hellinger, Mark NeJame, Leo Korn, Bruce McKee,
a birth of
a new club . . .
What is the biggest problem of a
new club, like the Democratic
Student Association? Money!
To keep out of debt, the club
raised funds by working in
the Alsac Carnival and having car
washes. Politically, members worked on
election campaigns, voter aware-
ness programs andthe registration
Angelo Perdue, 2nd Vice-President, Jordan Wallach, Vice-President, Mark NeJame, President, Martha
Walton, Secretary: Pat Fekany, Treasurer,
President Mark Nedame, still dreary-eyed, rises every
morning to salute his country. '
Charlie Philko explains to Jim Brown the new government policy
concerning the registration of the new 18 year old vote.
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Westerberg, Paula Judd, Marc Hoover, Fred Runner, '
Alisa Peterson, Sam Fogarty, Anita Askell, Wayne f, 4 I H. I. .,,.
Yeadon, Ping Huang, Dwayne Hastings, Karen
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"eIefants never forget!"
Elephants that have not forgotten are the Teenage
Republicans at Edgewater. This club is a new club
started this year.
During Student Government Week TAR's
sponsored a debate on all government phases.
And at the TAFl's sponsored assembley. U. S.
Representative Lou Frye was the speaker,
Taking a break from a busy schedule are TAR's club President Dwayne Hastings, Vice-President Ping Huany, Sec
retary Alisa Peterson, and Treasurer Fred Runner.
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club of clubs!
"I See Sea" alias Interclub
Council, is made up of Presidents
or their alternate from
all clubs. Its purpose is to
coordinate the clubs in school
efforts, including community
projects, such as the successful
Cystic Fibrosis fund raising
drive, for which club President
Lynda Boyce was chairman.
ICC records all man hours
earned toward the best service
club awards. These are given
each year to the outstanding
Girls. Boys and Mixed clubs. IVlr.
Branyon was this year's
prepares for summer trip
The Russians were very helpful this year, The
EHS Russian club that is. Although not a
service club, they helped in the Candy Drive
and came out third in the contest between the
clubs to sell the most candy. Also they made
fiberglass flowers and Christmas decorations
to provide the money needed for a planned
trip to Washington this summer. Chuck Nlay.
their president says the purpose for the club
is to present Russian culture to all students
that are interested and to provide interest-
ing fun and activities to all members. ln-
volved in assuring the success of the club
are Wayne Gandy, vice president: Vician Bar-
tell, secretary: David Huang, treasurer and
Mr. John Sheehan, sponsor. Also planned lat-
er in the year is a trip to an Orthodox
Church in St. Petersburg.
Admiring the Russian Flag is Russianized Lyle Davies.
Standing iLeft to Rightl: Fesya Preston, Misha Pratt, Alyosha Bever, May, Mr. lvan VasiI'evich Sheehan. Crouching iLeft to Rightl: Grisha
Danya Welch, Fomka Beers, Tolya Wheeler, Pavlik Wilson, Asya McCoy, Bogart, Sasha Davies, Zhora McCormick, Karl May, David Huang, Valya
Valentina Bartell, Lyena Walton, Masha Driggers, Lvuda Scott, Zhanka Gandy.
lLeft to Rightl1st Row: Mrs. Humphries, sponsor, Debbie Smith, Diane Dill- Mary Sellers. Eileen Farl0W. Pain Sharvuer. Sandi Williams- 3rd ROW! Cyn
ingham, Cathy Colwell, Suzanne Drew, Vicky Bowles, Debra Houch, Rosemary thia Schuller, Barbara Bau, Becky Hooper, Susan Mountjoy, Valerie Vickers
Mixham, Donna Galbrieth, Mrs. Gruber, sponsor. 2nd Row: Phyllis Sims, Vir- Susan Green, Amy Kottelman, Sally Royce,Joan Mixson.
ginia Smith, Diane McDermott, Connie Richard, Linda Diaz, Joe Blackton,
Virginia Smith and Diane Dillingham practice their basic skills as
Pam Sharver and Cynthia Schuller give aid.
though busy. cbe finds
time to help others.
Busy, yes, but not too busy to care seemed to
be the attitude of the Cooperative Business Educa-
tion students during the year. Though attending
school in the morning and working in a business of-
fice in the afternoons, the students found time to
spread a little goodwill. By gathering food and tid-
bits at Thanksgiving, they made Thanksgiving a better
holiday for many at the Convalescent home and also
by gathering toys at Christmas time, they brought
smiles to many chiIdren's faces who otherwise
might not have received anything.
Giving the students instruction and on-the-job
training and otherwise preparing them was the main
objective of Mrs. Grace Gruber, their coordinator-
teacher this year. To end the mostly business year,
an Employer-Employee banquet was given falsifying
the cliche, "All work and no play."
Upper Left: Toni D'Agostino, editor, Upper: Buck Thomas, Tom Marshall, Penny Orwick. Lower Left: Betsy Kalapp. Center
Middle: Debbie Rankin. Middle Right: Janet Perkins. Bottom: Becky Cobb, Toni D'Agostino, Janet Perkins, Denise Neudecker.
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Center Middle: Jean Freedberg, Marie Gregory. Lower Left: Jan Soldinger, editor, Lower Middle: Becky Hooper. Lower Right: Greg Peele
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Lynda Boyce, Dixie Dugan, Davis Gaines, David Palaez, Donna Hendrickson Buck Thomas Toni DAgostlno Becky Cobb Janet Perkins David Condrey Denise
the midnight oil
Change. This was the key word around
the Odasagiah staffers during the
year. The yearbook was subject
to a complete overhaul this
year. It was enlarged by 76 pages,
color pictures were added, had
two class periods, prices were jacked, and
the staff was given a new sponsor.
Pictures! Even with 1 1 photographers,
they were hard to get. ln spite of it all.
staffers burned the oil and met their deadlines.
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to sit up.
These sophomores are about to prove how beautiful friendship is
work, work, work but SOPHOMORES
Oh, the grace and ease ofsophomores!
These sophomores concentrate deeply on typing.
Sophomores find a place far from the maddlhg crowd.
sophomores are anxious
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on says, the purpose is to hit the ball, not the teacher!
sophomores put spirit
into everything they do
A Sophomore Eagles give cheer to help burn Boone Braves.
Bike riding, this soph. enjoys the homecoming parade.
Teachers and students take time to match wits.
Becky Cobb prepares sophomore for class pictures
homecoming-days of excitement for sophomores
Beginning high school in style, Pat Page, Janet Rushing, and Debbie Wason ride as honored guests in Edgewater's Home
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Diane Hayes Blake Hiers
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appealing sophomore girls in action
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checks her Algebra ll homework.
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Ricky Waterhouse gazes across the room at all the Sophomore
girls preparing to have their pictures taken.
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Jimmy Shott .
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Sophomores on the
Varsity team, shows
his eagle pride by
Diane St. Jacques
Melanie Smith Beth Silberman
Rhonda Smith Carol Sills
Dave Soyars Sammie Smart
Dan Spacht Greg Smith
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finds time for relaxation and contemplation,
The game of fave-tennlls, of course!
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Clarice D. Alexander
Mary D. Anderson
Mary E. Anderson
Paula M. Arseneault
Veronica D. Avery
Candice L. Barr
Barry S. Baumgarten
David M. Beeler
Joe F. Bouch
Sylvia N. Bryant
Assisted by the students and teachers durmg lunch the Herff Jones representative sells many rings to anticipating Juniors
John Duke Colbert
Steve D. Cornell
David A. Crawford
Charlene Susan Crosby
many teachers found
relief in silent day
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Mary Jayne Dismuke
Deborah Ann Dixon
William C. Dreyer
Penny Orwick communicates with the dog named Stupid.
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Larry Jones and Bill Holmes do a little experimentation.
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Junlor Kathy Gunter enthralled rn the Winter Park football game shows little emotion.
Junior Class president Chris Welch, speeds his buggy around Lake lvanhoe as Candy Cole and Valeria Doyle hold on to their seats
Sonia Gayle Hunt
Mary Jo Losso
Robin Scott and Mary
Greenland show their
excitement, as they
ride down E dgewater
Drive during the Home-
coming Parade. Jim
Klindt escorted Robin while
Mary was escorted by
Junlor attendants Missy Sutton and C aryl Curtis smile with
enthusiasm on the night before their big debut Escortlng
Missy and Caryl were Jeff C owherd and Mike Vermllyea
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'Master Mind" Randy Brooks intoxicated with his slide rule arduously attempts to calculate nauseating Chemistry.
Sara Lu Rudd
Charlie Mae Starks
Leslie Treadway Richard Trux Kim Turner Sharon Vaden Mike Vermilyea Rose Viehman
Deborah Triplett Mark Turko Rickey Umlauf Joan: Vanderveer Rob Vezina Candy Walker
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Winter Park High.
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Graduation - the end, but yet a new beginning
AKERS. ROBERT N.
AKSELL, ANITA M. - Teenage Republicans 12,
ALBRIGHT, RONALD L. - Octagon Club1O, 11.12.
ALEXANDER, WANDA LORETT- Chorus 12.
ALLEN, GORDON H. - Winter Park 10.
ALLEN, MAVREEN LEIGH.
ALTSHULER, DON P, - Torch Club 10: Eagle Eye
Reporter 11: Eagle Eye Editor 12.
AMOS, JEFF M.
ANDERSON. JEFFERY PAUL N Winter Park, Cross
Country 10: JV Basketball, Varsity Track, Octagon
101 Edgewater, Cross Country 11, 12: Captain.
Varsity Basketball 11, 12: Track 11, 12: National
Honor Society 12: Young Life 12: Executive Coun-
ANDERSON. ROSALYN TRACY - GAA. Chorus 10.
11, 12: Thespians 10, 11.12:Odasagiah 12: AFS
ANDREWS, ROBERT R,
ARNOLD, NELSON KEITH - South East High 10:
Eagle Eye Add Manager 11: Pilot Training 12.
AROST. STUART L. - Exchange Club 11, 12: Golf
Team 10. 1 1, 12: Senior Class Rep, 12.
ASHCRAFT. GREGERY LEE.
A'l'I'ARD, PAUL G. - Camera Club 10: Eagle Eye
BACHMAN, CLARK B. - Eagle Eye 11, 12,
BAKER, DAVID B. - Eagle Eye 11, 12.
BAILY, BRENDA ANN.
BAIR, BARBARA ANN - TRI-Hl-Y 10. 11: CBE 12.
BAMFORD, TYLER KEE - Thespians11,12.
BARKO, MICHEAL JOHN - Band 10. 11, 12: Leo
Club 10: Key Club 11.
BARNES, SARAH DIANE - Pep Club 10: Chorus
11: President 12.
BARRINGTON. ANTHANY H.
BARRINGTON. MARY ELIZABETH - Chorus 10.
11. 12: Secretary 81 Treasurer 12.
BARTELL, VIVIAN MARIE - Torch Club 10: Jones
Honor Society 11: Secretary Russian Club, AFS 12.
BASSA, GARY A, - Track 11: Football 12.
BEERS, TOM R. - Class Council 10, 11, 12: Stu-
dent Council 11, 12: Torch Club 10, 11: Honor
Society 11, 12: Key Club 11, 12: Russian Club 10.
BEHN. JUDY E. - Spanish Honor Society 10, 11.
BELVIN, JAY E. - Crew 11.
BENZER, CELESTE JEAN - Evans, Pep Club 10:
Junior Achievement 10.
BERGSTRESSER, MARGARET LOUISE - Anchor
Club 10: Exchangettes 11. 12.
BERRY, MARY JANE.
BEVER, ALLEN LEE -- Russian Club 10, 11. 12:
Chess Club 10, 11.
BRINT, AGNES LOUISE.
BIRD, TERRY S. - Exchange Club 10, 11, 12:
Treasurer 12: Band 12: JV Football 10: Basketball
10: Track 12: Princeton Packers 10. 11, 12.
BISPLINGHOFF, ROGER B.
BLACKBURN, MARY Fl. - Band 10.11.
BLACKMON, CONSTANCE ELAINE - TRI-HI-Y
10, 11: Choral Society 10. 12: German Club 11:
Senior Class Rep.: Orlando Jr. Council 12.
BLACKTON, JILL CATHERINE - CBE 12.
BLAU, JAMES K. - Civitan 11. 12: Secretary 12:
JV Football 11,
BLUE, FRANCINE LAWANZA.
BORJA. CONNIE SHERYLE - AFS 10, 11. 12: Ex-
changettes 1 1: Teenage Republicans 11.
BORNSTEIN, ELLEN F. - Howey Academy 11:
Centrua Club 11: CBE 12.
BOULNOIS, JANIS ANN - Pep Club 12: Thespians
BOWLESM, VICKY LYNN - FSA 11: CBE 12: Sec-
BOYCE, LYNDA - Meditations 10, 11, 12: Pep
Club 10, 11, President 12: Student Council 11: Jr.
Class Council 11: AFS 12: lnterclub Council 12:
President 12: Odasagiah 12.
BRACKER, JOHN J. - Hamtramck High 10. 11:
Thespians 12: Youth Council President 12.
BRACKETT, CHERYL LYNN - FHA: Thespians: Pep
Club 10: Thespians 12.
BRADY, BILL S.
BRATTS, MARGUERITE L. - Anchor Club 10: BI
Fl Chem Club 10.
BRANCHE, NANCY J. - TRI-HI-Y 10: Jr. TRI-HI-Y.
President 1 1: Pep Club 10. 1 1.
BRAUN, NANCY R. - Ft, Myers Sr. High, Home-
coming Attendant, Student Council Rep. Pep Club
Secretary, Omega Service Club, Winter Park, Jr.
Class Rep. Edgewater Civinettes. Student Congress
BRAXTON, JOHN C. - Octagon Club. BI-PHY-
Chem, Crew, 10.
BREAZEALE, JOE A. - Brookland Cayce 10: Edge-
water 11: Basketball 1O,11.
BREWER. TERRY DEAN.
BRICHOUSE RALND BEN.
BRINSFIELD, DANIEL FLOYD - Altus High School
BRINK, DENNIS CLARK - JV Basketball 10: JV
BROWN, BARBARA S. - Winter Park High 10.
BROWN, MIKE - BI-PHY-Chem 10: JV Basketball
BROWN. SAMMY C.
BROWNING, CINDA -- Student Council Represen-
tative 10: Exchangettes 11, 12: Young Life 10. 11.
BROWNLEE, THOMAS JOHN - Tennis Team 10.
11, JV Football 11: Civitan 11. 12: Young Life 10.
BRUGH. DALE R. - Winter Park 10: Edgewater 11.
BRUNER, LIZ ANN - Pep Club 10, 11. 12: Secre-
tary 11: Latin Club 10. 12: Exchangettes 11. 12:
Jr. Class Council Secretary 11: JV Cheerleading 1 1:
Varsity Cheerleading 12.
BRYAN, REBECCA SUSAN - Swim Team 10: Pep
Club, JV Cheerleading 11: Varsity Cheerleading,
Latin Club. Young Life 12.
BUCHANAN. CHARLES P.
BUNN. JIM M. - Varsity Basketball 11.
BURGESS. DEBORAH ANN - Chorus 11.
BURKE, CHARLES B. - Lafayette High School 10.
11: Key Club, National Honor Society, Beta Club 10.
1 1: Edgewater- Democratic Student Union 12.
BYRD, KATHY LYNN.
CAIL, MARY BETH - GAA 10: Pep Club 10, 11,
12: Spanish Honor Society 10. 11, 12: National
Honor Society 1 1. 12: Jr. Class Council Treasurer 1 1.
CANADA, PENNEY J.
CARITHERS. MARCIA E. - Winter Park High 10.
CARPENTER, JEANETTE LOUISE - Pep Club 10:
Jr. Class Council 11: Exchangettes 11: President 12:
lnterclub Council 11, 12.
CARR, DAVID W. - Chem Club, Thespians 10, 11.
12: Chem Club President 11.
CARTER, KELVIN J. - Band 10: JV Football 11:
CASTANIEN. SUE E. - Art Club 11: Young Life11.
CASTELL, KELVIN ANTONIO - Band 10: HI-Y.
Jr, Class Council 11: HI-Y, Student Council Presi-
CAVERLY, NEIL DAVID - Evans High 10: JV Foot-
ball, Civitan 10: Edgewater 12: JV Football 1 1,
CHARLTON. TERRESA ANN - Band 10. 11. 12:
GAA 11. 12: President 11.
CHARRETTE, STEVE LOUIS.
CLARK, DEBBIE CAROL- Band 10. 11, 12: Major-
ette 10. 11. 12: Chorus 11. 12.
CLOSSEY. PAUL L.
COBB, BECKY L. - Pep Club 11. 12: AFS 1 1: Oda-
COENSON. STEVEN H. - Torch Club 10: AFA 10.
11, 12: Eagle Eye 12.
COHEN. ALLAN ZACHARY.
COHEN. SANDRA JENETTE.
COLLIGAN. AURELIA BLAIR - Class Council 10.
COLSON, CONI K. - North Marion High 10: Stu-
dent Council Rep. Pep Club 10: Edgewater 12: Pep
COLWELL, CATHY JEAN f- Evans High 10: CBE 12.
CONDREY, DAVID - Odasagiah, Camera Club 12.
CONNOR, WILLIAM GEORGE.
CONNORS, MICHAEL LEE.
CONRAD, GARY L.
COOKSEY, DAVID WILLIAM - Interclub, Varsity
COOPER, KAREN ELAINE- Chorus 11.
CORDY, BILL H.
COTHRON, JUDITH ELAINE - Exchangettes 11.
12: Student Council rep. 10: JV Cheerleading 11:
Pep Club 1 1.
COUCH, JUDY ANN.
COURTNEY, GLORIA SUSAN - Evans 10: Pep
Club, TFII-Hi-Y 10.
COWELS, NANCY LYNN - TRI-HI-Y, Prom Usher,
Student Council Rep. 10: Civinettes 11, 12: Young
Life 11, 12: Student Government 12: Odasagiah 12.
COX, DEBBIE S. - Pep Club 10: French Club 12.
CRAIG, JOHN S. - DECA12.
CREWS, DANIEL D.
CROWSON, ALLAN LEE - Exchange Club 12.
CULLISON, HILTON ROY - Baseball 11, 12: Ex-
change Club 12.
D'AGOSTlNO, TONI - Winter Park 10: Student
Council 10: Edgewater 11, 12: Pep Club 11, 12:
Honor Society 11, 12: Civinettes 12: Odasagiah 1 1,
Editor 12: Student Council 12: Secretary 12: Girls
State Delegate 1 1.
DAKIN, DALE S. -- Evans High 10.
D'AMlCO, JAMIE ANTHONY - Winter Park 10.
DANIELL, NANCY LYNN - Art Club 10, 11, 12:
Young Life 10, 11, 12.
DANIELS, WILLIE F. - Soccer 11, 12.
DAN1'ZLER, FARA KEM - Secretary of Class 11:
Civinettes 10, 12: Young Life 10, 11, 12.
DAPPOLONIA, VALERIE MARIE - Chorus 11, 12.
DAVIS, ELEANORE ALICIA - GAA 10, 11: ICC
Rep. 11: Exchangettes 12: Senior Class Vice Presi-
dent 12: Meditation Committee 12: Student Coun-
cil 12. A
DAVIS, GARY W.
DAVIS, GLINDA JEAN - Anchor 10: Pep Club 10.
DAVIS. IAN DAVID - Winter Park 10.
DAVIS, RHONDA JO.
DEAL, MARK A, - DECA12.
DE COSTA, DAVID GLENN.
DEES,,GARY ARTHUR, JR.
DEMORET, STEVE C.
DENNIS, BARBARA ANNE - Evans 10: Girls Crew
11: Art Club 11: AFS, Student Congress Senior
Class Council 12.
DENNISTON, FAYE E. - GAA, Torch Society.
DE SIMON, ROBERTA JEANNE - Thespians 10,
11, 12: FTA.
Ken Levi, Monster, does his thing with Sheila Coppedge on AFS costume day.
DETTMEFI, DEBORAH A. - Pep Club 10.
DEUTSCH, MITCHELL - Band 10, 11, 12: Medi!
tations Committee 11, 12.
DIAZ, LINDA LEE - President 11, FSA: ICC 11:
VOE, CBE 12.
DICKERSON, KAY - Pep Club, Student Council 10:
Jr. Class Council, Pep Club 11: Sr. Class Treasurer
12: Exchangettes 12.
DICKINSON, ROBERT EARLAlnteract11,12.
DIEFENDERFER, CAROL PAM.
DILLINGHAM, DIANE M. - Evans 10: Edgewater
1 1, 12.
DOLAN, ROBERT E. - Demolay1O,11.12.
DORRIS, STEVE K.
DOUT, ROBERT EDGAR.
DREWS, SUZANNE KAY.
DUPREE, CURTIS D. - Civitan 10, 11 Vice Presi-
dent 12: Varsity Football 10, 11, 12: Basketball 10.
DYER, BARBEE ANN - Torch Club 10, 11: GAA
10,113 Honor Society 11, 12: Tennis Team 11,12.
EACRET, GENE BRANDT 4 HI-Y 10: Spanish
Honor Society IO: JV Football 11: Varsity Football
12: FCA 12.
EADY, ELLISON JAMES.
EAFILE. BARBARA JEAN.
EARLY, SHARON LYNN - Winter Park 10: AFS 12.
EASON, J. PHILIP - Exchange Club 10. 11. 12:
Varsity Football 11, 12: JV Football.
EASTON, NANCY JANE - Evans 10: Troyami Tri-
Hi-Y5 Edgewater 11: Anchor 11: Exchangettes 12:
EATON, CAROLYN F. - Torch Society 10.
ELLER, JAMES K. - Varsity Football 10, 11, 12:
Civitan 10, 11.12.
ELLIOTT, PAMELA MARIE - Spanish Honor
ERDMAN, NANCY LEE - Art Club 10: CBE 12.
EUNICE, STEVE O. e Band 10, 11, 12.
EVANS, DONALD THOMAS - Varsity Football 10.
11, 12: Civitan 10, 11: Swimming 10, 11, 12: FCA
10, 11: Soccer 11.
EVANS, ROBERT CHARLES - HI-Y 11, 12: Crew
EVERSOLE, MARLENE L,
FARKAS, DEANNE MARISA - Art Club 10, 11,
Vice President 12: Crew 11, 12: Odasagiah 12.
FARLOW, NORMA EILEEN - Evans 10: Pep Club.
TRI-HY-Y 10: CBE 12.
FEHRENKAMP, SCOTT R.
FEKANY, PATRICK LEE - Odasagiah 10, 11. 12:
Junior Class Council, Inter-Club Council 10, 11, 12:
Senior Class Council: NFL 10, Treasurer 1 1, 12: AFS
10, 11, 12: Camera Club 10: Democratic Student
Union, Vice President 12: State Student Congress
11, 12: Reflection 12: Young Life 11, 12: Madrid
High School. Madrid Spain: Spanish Club 11: Liter-
ary Magazine 11: Honor Society 11: Guy's and
Dolls play 11.
FILKO. CHARLES J. - Spanish Honor Society 11,
123 Crew 12: Democratic Student Union.
FIRIOS, JOHN M.
FLAHERTY, SUE LOUISE - German Club 10,
FLETCHER, MIKE R, - Golf Team 10, 11, 12: Se-
nior Class Representative,
FLOYD, SUSAN M.
FOGARTY, SAMUEL EDWARD - Swim Team 10,
11, 12: Teenage Republicans, AFS 12.
FRASER, DAN J. - Meditations 10: AFS 12.
FREEDBERG, JEAN - Anchor Club 12: AFS 12:
Latin Club 12.
FREEMAN, DONNA FAYE - DE 11, 12.
FRIPP, THERESE M, - Latin Club 10, 11. 12:
Thespians 1 1, Secretary 12. I
GABRIEL, KEVIN E. - Civitan 10, 11, 12: Varsity
Football 10, 11, 12: Baseball 10, 11, 12: Track 12:
March of Dimes Chairman 12: Youth Council 12.
GAINES, DAVIS PENDLETON - Winter Park High
10: Student Council Representative: Prom Page:
Thespian Troupe 850: Junior Class Play, Our Town:
Senior Class Play, The Importance of Being
Earnest: Latin Club: Madrigals: Edgewater Key
Club 11, Historian,V12, Secretary: Junior Class Coun-
cil: Odasagiah 12: Senior Class President: AFS 12:
Young Life 12: Exchangettes "Big Brother" 12.
GALBRAITH, DONNA JEAN.
GALLION, DON L.
GAMBLE, JEROME T. - JV Football 10, 11: Track
11: Varsity Football 12: Soccer 10.
GARRETT. ELAIN CHARISSE - Torch Society 10:
Teenage Republicans 11, 12: Orlando Student
GARRY, GORDON W.
GEISLER, ROBERT W. - JV Football 10, 11: Key
Club 10, 11, 12: Homecoming Court 10, 11, 12:
Baseball 11, 12: Homeroom Representative 12.
GHOLSON, SHERYL L.
GOANS, MARY D. - Pep Club 11, 12: Orlando
Youth Council 12.
GOLUB. JEFFERY A,
GOOCH, KARN E. -W Torch Society 10, 113 Spanish
Honor Society 10, 11, 12: Secretary 12,
GORDON, GARY J,
GORNELL, CLARA KALI - Paramedics 10: Lake
Highland Preparatory 11: Spanish Honor Society
12: Exchangettes 12.
GRANT, MELVIN R.
GRAVIN. MICHAEL JOHN,
GREEN, JAMES L,
GREEN, SUSAN LYNN - CBE 12.
GREEN, FRAN MERLE - Torch Society 10, 113
Spanish Honor Society 11, 12.
GRIFFIN, GEORGE O. - NFL 11, 12: ICC 12: Se-
nior Class Rep. 12.
GROSS, DONALD E,
GROVER, MARILYN P. - National Honor Society
11, 12: Spanish Honor Society 11, 12.
GRUBERT, PATRICIA A. - DECA, President 12.
GUARDADO, RAMON BRUCE.
GUILKEY, ROBERT L. - Crew 10, 11, 12: Chorus
10, 11, 12.
GUNSALUS. CHRISTINE R,
HAGOOD. ROGER D. A HI-YIOQDECA 11.12.
HAGY, KEITH D.
HALL, DAVID A. H JV Football 10: Chorus 10, 11,
HALLADAY, RON WILLIAM.
HAMILTON, DAVIS ETHEL - Spanish Honor So-
ciety 1O, 11, 12: Writing Club 11, 12: AFS 12:
Meditations Committee 12.
HAMMOND, DAVID PAUL- Evans 10, 11.
HANSBROUGH, JOHN H. A Varsity Football 12.
HARGREAVES, SIDNEY B. I
HARPER, TOM H,-AFS12:NFL1O,11,12.
HARRIS, GLENDA - Exchangettes11,
HARRISON. JOHN H. - JV Football 10.
HARRISON, SHARON LEE - Chorus 10, 11, 12.
HART, BURCH D. - Key Club 10, 11: Swim Team
HART, CHERYL LEIGH - Anchor Club 12.
HART, TERRY P. - Young Life 10, 11, 12: Pep Club
11: Civinettes 12.
HARTER, KATHLEEN ADELE - Evans 10, 11: FHA
10: TRI-HI-Y 1 1: Art Club 12.
HARTBERGER, PAT L. - Anchor Club 12.
HARVELL, SISSY - DECA Club 12.
HASTINGS, KENNETH DWAYNE - Octagon Club
10: Bl-PHY-Chem 11: Torch Society 10: Teenage
Republicans 11, 12.
HAYES, PAMELA S. - Pep Club 11: Exchangettes
1 1, 12,
HAYMAN, PEGGY J. - Junior Achievement 10:
Treasurer Trico 10: DECA 1 1: Treasurer 12.
HAYNES, CLARENCE LEE - Winter Park 10.
HEAFNER, HAROLD E.
HEAVENER, MICHAEL STANLEY - HI-Y 10: His-
torian 1 1 : SGT. Arms 12.
HEMSLEY, DAVID C, - Soccer Team,
HEPBURN, STEVE J. - Evans IO: Baseball 11, 12:
HERITAGE, ARTHUR J. - DECA11,12.
HERMAN, JACK E, - Octagon 10, 111 Eagle Eye
Editor 12: Thespians 12.
HEVENER, PATTY ANNE - Young Life 11: Sweet-
heart Court 1O: Homecoming Attendant 12: Cheer-
leader 10: Secretary Jr. Class 11:ChapIain Exchang-
HICKS, RONNIE L. - Octagon 10: BY-PHY-Chem
HILLMAN, RANDY E. - NFL 12.
HIRSCHY, ROGER W, - JV Basketball 10: Civitan
10, 12 Chaplain 11: Homecoming Escort 12: Vice
President lnterclub Council 12.
HODGES, JANICE LYNETTE - Anchor Club 10, 11,
HOLLAND, PAM J. - Junior Achievement.
HOLLAND, TOMMY L.
HOOD, MAXINE YVONNE - GAA 10, 11, 12: Pep
Club 10: Chorus 12.
HOOKER, BECKY J. - Anchor Club 1 1: CBE 12,
HOOPER, BECKY A. - Torch Society 10: Home-
coming Committee 11: Odasagiah 12: AFS 12.
HOOVER, MARC LANCE - Cross Country 10, 11,
12: Track 10, 1 1, 12: Teenage Republican 12.
HORAN, WILLIAM TOMMY- Key Club 10, 11, 12.
Golf Team 10, 11: JV Football 11: Varsity Football
12: Baseball 12: Young Life 10, 11, 12,
HORN, DENNIS PATRICK- Band 11.12.
HOUCK, DEBBIE K, v Evans 10.
HUANG, DAVID Y. - French Club 10, 11: Russian
Club 12: Honor Society 12.
HU NT. RITA.
HURLEY, JOHN S. - Varsity Basketball 12: Senior
Homeroom Representative 12.
HURST, JERRY E. - HI-Y 11, Vice President 121
Honor Society 12: Crew 10, 11,12.
HUTCHINSON, TONY LEE - Winter Park 10.
HYDER, MARVEEN D, - Thespians IO, 12: Art
Club 12: Lake Highland Prep. Drama Club 11.
INGRAM, ANNIE LEE - Chorus 12.
JENNINGS, JEFF R. - Key Club 10, 11, 12: Bas-
ketball 1O, 11, 123 Varsity Football 12: Jr. Class
Council 11: Young Life 10. 11, 12.
JOHNS, JUDY M. - TRI-HI-Y President 10.
Football players, excited and restless, take a few seconds to laugh, before they appear at the Boone pep rally.
JOHSON, CAROL ANN,
JOHNSON, DAVID S.
JOHNSON, GLENN EDWARD - JV Basketball 10:
JONES, ANDREW J.
JONES, ALBERTA LOUISE - Chorus 10, 11, 12.
JONES, BARBARA A. - GAA 10. 11: Exchangettes
12: Chorus 11, 12.
JONES, DORTHY YUONNE - Chaplain Honor So-
JONES, HELEN C. -4 AFS 1 1: Art Club 11.
JONES, MICHAEL JAMES,
JORDON, JOHN L. - Honor Society.
JUDD, PAULETTE LOUISE - Anchor Club 10:
French Club 12,
JURGELEIT, ANITA W, - Wheaton High School 10.
KALAPP, BETSY A. - Pep Club 10: TRI-HI-Y 115
Teenage Republicans 11, 12: Young Life 1 1, 12:
Odasagiah 11, 12: Civinettes 12,
-KAMM, GAIL S. - AFS 11,
KAPLAN, DAVID R. - Octagon 10: Honor Society
KEENER, NAOMI RUTH.
KEITH, BARBARA COLEEN - Paramedics 10, 11,
President 12: Exchangettes 1 1, 12: Pep Club 12.
KELLY, CASSANDRA LAVERNE - GAA 10.
KENYON, LAURA LEA - Paramedics 10.
KIMBER, TERRY L.
KIRKLAND, JANE H. - Civinettes 10, Treasurer
11: President 12: Inter Club Council Secretary
Treasurer 12: Young Life 10, 11, 12,
KITTINGER, JEANNIE - Pep Club 10: Exchange
ettes 11, 12, Sergeant Arms 12: Tennis Team 11,
12: Young Life 10, 11, 12: Senior Class Secretary
KORN, LEO ROBERT - Crew 12: Students for Life
KOTTELMAN, AMY - Torch Society 10: CBE 12:
Young Life 10, 11.12.
KUBIK, DONNA M.
LAB, PAUL RAY.
LANDERS, JAMES C. - Art Club 10, 11, 12: Soc-
cer Team 11,
LANDRY, GARY ALLEN - JV Football 10: Varsity
Football 11, 12.
LANHAM, MICHEAL A. - Key Club 10, 11, 12:
Baseball 10, 11. 12: Football 11,
LAWRENCE, VALINDA Y, - Pep Club 12,
LEE, DAVID ALLAN - Octagon Club 10, 1 1: Young
Life 10, 11, 12.
LEE, DELAINE ANN - Pep Club 10, 11: Student
LEVI, KENNETH D. - Football 10: Football
Trainer 11, 12.
LEWIS, LAURA HUTTO - Winter Park 10: Art Club
LEWIS, SHEILA NAVELL - GAA 11.
LIPP, ANGI Y. - Winter Park 11: Deland 10,
LIVELY, DAVID A. - Florida Military School 11,
LOCKMAN, JAMES A, - DECA 12.
LOCKMAN, MELANIE G, - Pep Club 12: Future
LOMAX, JAN L. - Young Life 10, 11: CBE 12,
LUCAS, LINDA N,
LUCAS, PAUL R.
MALMBERG, MOVA T.
MALONEY, LYNN A, - Plains High School.
MARSH, LOU ANN A. - Civinettes 10, 11, 12:
Young Life 10, 11, 12: Student Council 12.
MARSHALL, GEORGE THOMAS - DeMolay 10.
11, 12: Band 10, 11,
MARVIN, SHARON A. - Civinettes 12: Student
Council 12: Pep Club 10.
MASSARO, JOHN W, - Cross Country 11: DECA
MATHEWS, JAN - Exchangettes 11, 12.
MATTOX, DAN A. - Octagon 10, 1 1: Track 10, 11,
12: Cross Country 12.
MAY M. JAN - Torch Society 10, 11: Spanish
Honor Society 10, 11, 12: Exchangettes 11: Na-
tional Honor Society 11, 12: AFS 12: Russian Club
12: Girls Crew 11.
MATHEWS, CHARLES D.
MC AU LIFFE, JAMES.
MC BRIDE, WILLIAM P.
MC CANN, JOYCE E. - French Club 12.
MC CARTINEY, MARK P, - Octagon 11.
MC COLLUM, KENNY R. - Cross Country 10:
Baseball 10, 12.
MC CONNELL, E. JAMES.
MC CONNELL, PAUL C. - JV Football 10: Civitan
MC CULLY, WALT A. - Key Club 10, 11, 12: Base-
ball 1O, 11, 12: Varsity Football 10, 11, 12.
MC CUMBER, FRANK.
MC DERMOTT, DIANE MARY- TRI-HI-Y10, 11.
MC GARRY, DONNA MARIE - Exchangettes12.
MC KATHAN, BRENDA JEANE - Evans Pep Club
101 CBE 12.
MC KEE, BRUCE L. - Student Council 12.
MC KEE, DANN LINDSAY - Winter Park 10.
MC KENNA, EDWARD MIKE - Octagon 10, 11, 12
MC KINNEY, SHERRILL L. - Torch Society 10:
Honor Society 11, 12: AFS 12.
Clarence Haynes, Sam Brown, Don Gross, Kevin Gabriel, and Jim Seagraves rehearse a play for English class.
MC LEAN, BILLY E,
MC NAMARA, HAL B. - Interact 10, 11, 12:
Latin Club 10.
MEER, HENRY DAVID - Spanish Honor Society
11: Honor Society 11, 12.
MELTON, MARILYN S,
MEMORY, LEXIE ANN - FHA 11.
METZGER, GEORGE EDDY - Exchange Club 10,
11, 12: FCA 10, 11, 12: Varsity Football 10, 11, 12:
Track 10, 12,
MILLER, KEVIN J.
MILLER, GAYLE M.
MILLER, PHILLIP E. - Winter Park.
MILTENBERGER. MARCY L. - TRI-HI-Y 10: An-
chor Club 11. 12.
MILTONBERGER, MICHAEL CHARLES A Russian
NllXSON,JOANNE- CBE 12.
MIXSON, ROSEMARIE - CBE 12.
MOHER, GARY - JV Basketball 10. 11.
MORE1Z, ALZN LEE - Crew 10, 11.
MOORE, DONALD R. - Writing Club 12.
MORRELL. DENNIS R.
MORTON, ALMA JEAN - Latin Club 10, 11: Art
Club 12:Thespians 12: Chorus 11, 12.
MOUNTJOY, SUSIE M. - Evans 10: Pep Club 10:
MORRISON, KAREN LEE.
MRAS. CINDY A Torch Society 10. 11: Exchang-
ettes 1 1: Anchor Club 12: Girls Crew 12.
MULCAHY, ANNA L. - Anchor Club 12.
MYRICK, JOHN M. - Soccer Team 10, 11, 12:
Football 12: Chorus 12.
NEFF, SUE ANN - Anchor Club 10: AFS 12.
NE JAME, MARK ELIAS W Student Government
12: Interact Club 11, 12: Democratic Student Club,
NELSON, MIKE J.
NESHEIM, VICTOR M, - Octagon 10, 1 1: Sergeant
Arms 1 1.
NESS. JAMES R. - Torch Society 10: AFS 10, 11,
12: Latin Club 10, 11, 12: ICC 11, 12: NFL 10, 11:
Honor Society 11, 12.
NEUDECKER, DENISE - Civinettes1O, 11, 12: Pep
Club 11, 12: Latin Club 11, 12: AFS 11: Junior
Class Council 111 Paramedics 12.
NICHOLSON, JOLENE R. - Art Club 12: Anchor
NOBLE, NANCY A.
O'DONOGHUE, BRUCE - President Key Club 12:
OETTEL, BETTEY JANE - DECA12.
O'HARA, SUSIE - Student Council 10, 11, 12: Var-
sity Cheerleading 11, Co-Captain 12: Meditation 12:
Key Club Sweetheart 12: Homecoming Attendant
11, 12: Pep Club 10, 11, 12.
OLMSTEAD, JERRY D.
OWEN, BEVERLY JEAN - Sweetheart Court 10.
11: Homecoming Court 12: Sophomore Class Trea-
OLSEN, ROB W.
PACE, MIKE P, - Civitan 10, 11, 12: Tennis 10:
Student Council 12,
PAINE, TOM A. - Spanish Honor Society 10, 11:
Shore Players 10, 11: Stamp Collectors 10, 1 1:
History Club 11.
PALME, VICKIE L.
PARK, BARBARA JEAN - CBE 12: AFS 12,
PARKER, DONALD JAMES - Evans 10.
PATTERSON, TOMMY C. -- Evans 10.
PEARSON. NANCY P.
PEARSON, PATRICIA JANE - Swim Team 10,
PEELE, GREGORY WILLIAM - Winter Park 10:
Cross Country 12,
PEETLUK, WILLIAM LAPE.
PEMPEY, SHARON R. -- Evans 10: Pep Club J1i
Anchor Club 11.
PENNEY, MICHAEL G. -- JV Basketball Manager
10: Golf Team 11. 12: Key Club 11, 12: Young Life
11,12: Homecoming Court 12.
10: National Honor Society 11, 12: Latin Club 10,
PENNINGTON, ROBERT E.
PERDUE, STEWART ANGELD - Tennis Team 10:
Junior Class Vice President 11: Student Council 11:
Odasagiah 12: Young Democrats 12.
PERKINS, JANET MARY - Winter Park 10: Pep
Club 10: Anchor Club 10: Student Council 10: Pep
Club 11. Vice President 12: Latin Club 11, 12:
Spanish Honor Society 11, 12: ICC Rep. AFS 11:
Junior Class Council 11: Senior Class Rep. 12:
Young Life 10, 11: HI-Y Sweetheart 12: Key Club
Calendar Girl 12: Odasagiah 12.
PETERSON, ALISA ANNE - Torch Society 10:
Teenage Republicans 1 1, 12: AFS 12.
PFAU. EDWIN L.
PHILLIPS, CRAIG S. A Student Council President
12: Key Club 11, 12: Torch Society 10, 11, 12:
Spanish Honor Society 10, 11: Young Democrats
12: GoIfTeam 10. 1 1.
PHILLIPS, DEBBIE JEANETTE - Osceola High
School 10, 11: Varsity Cheerleading 10, 11: Key-
ettes 10, Vice President 11: Pep Club 10, 11: Stu-
dent Council 10, 1 1: Treasurer Sophomore Class 10:
DECA Sweetheart 11: Treasurer 11: FHA Secretary
10, 11: Homecoming Attendant 10: Edgewater 12:
Civinettes 12: Pep Club 12: Odasagiah 12: Senior
PIATT, DAVID M. - BI-PHY-Chem 10, 11: Torch
Society 10, 1 1: Honor Society 1 1, 12.
PICKERILL, DONALD C. - Exchange Club 10. 11.
PIERSON, DONALD M. - Soccer Team 10.11,12:
Spanish Honor Society 11, 12.
PIERSON, RITSY R.R.R. - Swim Team 10: JV
Cheerleading 10: Student Council 10, 11: Pep Club
10, 11, 12: Varsity Cheerleading 11, Captain 12:
Madamoiselles 1 1, President 12: Sec-Treas. ICC 11:
Civinettes 10, 11, 12: Homecoming Attendant 10,
11, Queen 12: Exchange Club Sweetheart 12: Key
Club Calendar Girl 12: Young Life 10, 11, 12.
PINE, HILARY S.
PIPER, KATHY L.
POKEY. BILL R. - Crew 11: Evans Band.
POTTER. WILLIAM DONALD - Band 10. 11, 12:
HI-Y Chaplain 11:Hl-Y10, 11,12.
PRATT, GARY L. - Evans 10.
PRATT, MIKE W. W Russian Club 12.
PRESTON, FREDERICK R. - BI-PHY-Chem 10, 11
President 12: Band 10: Russian Club 12: Soccer 12.
PROCHASKA. STEPHEN R. - Key Club 11, 12:
FCA 10, 11, 12: Varsity Football 10, 11, 12: Track
10, 11, 12.
PURCELL. LORETTA ANN.
RANKIN, DEBBIE L. - Young Life 10, 11, 12: Ex-
changettes 11: Civinettes 12: Odasagiah 12.
RATLIFF, MARY LOUISE - French Club 10: Pep
Club 10, 11: Eagle Eye 10. 11, 12, Associate Edi-
tor: Literary Magazine. 1 1, Editor, 12, Editor: Reflec-
Angelo Perdue, Linda Boyce, and Paul McConnel, get a big laughi over picture!
tion 1 1, 12, Editor: Meditations 12: Future Teachers
12: Iveys Views 12.
REAMES, LUCY R. - Anchor Club 11: Civinettes
REDDITT, PATTI A. - FSA 12.
REEDY, DANIEL P.
RICH, DAVID RUSSELL- Soccer 10, 11.
RICHARD, BLAINE R. - Octagon 10, 12: Track 1 1.
RICHARD, CONNIE L. - CBE 12.
RINALD. MARY ANN - Thespians1O,11,12.
RIVERS, PAMELA T. - Civinettes 10, 11, 12: Stu-
dent Council 10, 11, 12: Sophomore Vice President
10: Varsity Cheerleading 12: Homecoming Court
10, 11. 12: Civitan Sweetheart 12: Key Club Calen-
dar Girl 12.
ROBB. GAIL B. - Winter Park 10.
ROBERTS. BAYARD - Swim Team 10, 11, 12.
ROBERTS, ERIC A.
ROBERTSON. ROGER D. - Thespians 10, 11, 12:
Soccer Team 10, 11, 12: German Club 11, 12: Jr.
Class Rep. 11: Sr. Class Rep. 12.
ROGERS, RICKY WAYNE - HI-Y 10: Basketball 10.
ROGERS, TERRY MARIE - Chorus 10. 11.
ROHRER, SLICE DENISE.
ROSS, KAREN SUE - Thespians1O,11.
ROYCE, SEVERNA LA SALLE.
RUBE. GARY F.
RUDD, DEBORAH J.
RULAND, SUSAN ELIZABETH.
RUNNER, FRED R, - Latin Club 10, 11, 12: Torch
Society 10: Honor Society 11, 12: JV Basketball
10: Teenage Republicans 11, 12.
RUSHING, SUSAN MICHELLE - Civinettes1O,11.
12: Pep Club 10: Young Life 10: ICC 11: Key Club
Calendar Girl 12.
RUSSELL, LENA ANN - Anchor Club 11, 12: Trea-
RYBOLT, THOMAS ROY - Chess Club 10, 11. 12:
Tennis Team 1 1. 12: HI-Y 12.
RYNN. NORMA A. - Evans 10: DECA 12.
SAMI, MARK - Thespians 11, President 12,
SAMNELS. LINDA DENEEN - GAA 10. 11: Ex-
changettes 12: Track Manager 11, 12.
SANDFORD, MARIAN THERESA - Anchor Club
10: VOE 12.
SCHMERLER, JOE D. - Thespians 10, 11, 12:
Torch Society 10, 11: National Honor Society 11,
12: Spanish Honor Society 11, 12: lntra Club Coun-
cil 10, 12.
SCHULLER, CYNTHIA LYNN - CBE President 12.
SCOTT, CHRYSTLE WILLIE FAYE - DECA 12.
SEAGRAVES, JIM N. - Baseball 10, 11, 12:
Sweetheart Escort 10, 11: Homecoming Escort 11,
12: Key Club 10, 11, 12: Secretary 11.
SEARS, KENNETH M. - DECA11.
SELLERS, MARY AILEEN - Evans 10: CBE 12.
SHADER, SUZAN LYNDA - BI-PHY-Chem1O.
SHANNON. DANNY H. - Soccer 11, 12.
SHARP, BRENDA KAY - Anchor Club 10: Chaplain
SHAWVER. PAMELA J. - TRI-HI-Y 10: CBE. Vice
SHILLING. STEVE L.
SHIPLEY, SUSAN LANE - Art Club 10, 11, 12:
Girls Crew 1 1: AFS 12.
SILISKI, ALAN W. - Basketball 10, 11, 12: Key
Club 10, 11. Treasurer 12: Torch Society President
SIMPSON, RICHARD A. - Band 10.11, 12.
SIMON, ELAINE G. - Art Club 12.
SIMS, PHYLLIS MARIA - FBLA 1 1: CBE 12.
SLAYMAKER, SANFORD LEROY - Evans Band.
SLAUSON, JANET E.
DEBORAH ANN- GAA 10, 11: CBE 12.
,DONNA M. - Junior Achievement 10.
GILBERT W. - Chess Club 10: Latin Club
10: Cross Country 11: Crew 11.
SMITH, GINGER M. -- CBE Treasurer 12.
SMITH, JOE E. - Band 10, 11: Tennis Team 121
SMITH, MARK BENJAMIN - Octagon 10, Vice
President 11: ICC 12.
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SMITH, NED TEMPLE - JV Football 10: Varsity
Football 11. 12: FCA 11.
SOLDINGER. JAN A. - Torch Society 10: Latin
Club 10: AFS 11: Vice President 12: Thespians 12:
Odasagiah 1 1. Editor 12.
STEELE, JERRY R. - Evans 10.
STEVENSON, ROBERT LYNN.
STONE. DEBBIE A. - TRI-HI-Y1O.
STOVER. CANDICE LOUISE - Band 10. 11.
STRUM, MARC STEVAN - Baseball 10: JV Foot-
ball 10: Varsity Football 11, 12: Track 11: Exchange
Club 1 1.
STUHL. JOHN H. - Exchange Club 10, 11, Vice
President 12: Latin Club 12: JV Football 10: Var-
sity Football 11. 12: Senior Class Representative 12.
SWAIN. CHARLENE MARIE - Winter Park 10.
SWOFFORD. PAUL O.
TALTON. ELIZABETH REID - Band 10. 11. 12:
Spanish Honor Society 1 1, 12.
TAYLOR. ANGELA- Band 10.11, 12.
TAYLOR. TIMOTHY NATHAN - Soccer 10. 11. 12.
TEGG, JOHN - JV Football 10: Track 10. 11. 123
Varsity Football 11. 12: Exchange Club Secretary
11: Exchangettes Big Brother 12: FCA 10: Home-
room Rep. 10.
THILMONT. MARCY R.
THOMAS. EVELYN - Chorus Vice President 11.
THOMAS, MIKE V. - Band 10: Track 11, 12: Cross
THOMAS, SANDRA KATREEN.
THOMAS. WILLIAM P. -Winter Park 10.
TILLMAN. JOHN STEPHEN - Chorus 11.
TILLMAN. VALERIE KAYE - JV Cheerleading 10:
Pep Club 10: Chorus 10: Varsity Cheerleading 11.
12: Exchangettes 12.
TOM LINSON. PATRICIA ANN - Chorus 12.
TRIMM. SHEILA IRENE - Band 10, 11. 12: Major-
ette 10. 11. 12: TRI-HI-Y 10: Meditations Com-
mittee 11. 12.
TUBBS. ROBERT E. A Crew 11, 12: Eagle Eye 12:
Student Democratic Society 10. 11, 12: Meditations
TUCKER, RANDY LEE.
TURNER. ROBERTJ, - Swim Team 1O.11.12.
TYLER. LYNNE ANN - Civinettes 11. 12: Pep Club
URBANIAK, MARILYNN R.
VALDES, MAGALYS L.
VALKENBURG. GEORGE E. - Interact Club 11.
VEREEN, VALERIA - Chorus 10. 11. 12: Medita-
tions Committee 1 1. 12.
VICKERS, VALERIE ANN - Pep Club 11: CBE 12.
VOORHEES. ERIC M.
WALDRON. RON V.
WALKER. SHIRLEY ANN - Band 10.11. 12: An-
chor Club 12,
WALL, WAYNE A.
WALTERS. JAN ELLEN,
WALTON. BRENDA H. - Russian Club 10. 11. 12:
Latin Club 10. 11, 12:AFS 11. 12.
WALTON. MARTHA RUTH - FTA 10: Chorus 11:
Democratic Student Association 12.
WANSLEY. SANDY L.
WARD. SHELLEY L.
WASON, HUGH H. - Civitan 10, 11, 12: JV Foot-
ball 10: Basketball 10: Baseball 11, 12: Varsity
Football 11, 12,
WATTS, SANDRA HELENE- Band1O. 11.12.
WEILER, BRETT L. - HI-Y1O.11.12:Crew11.122
WEISS. SHARON LYNN - Art Club 10: Pep Club
WELCH. GARRY LEE.
WELLS. THOMAS F. - Basketball 10: Football 10.
11, 12: Crew 12.
WETTELAND. CLYDE R. - Octagon 10.11.
WHITE. WALTER CRAIG,
WHITENER, ERNEST WAYNE.
WHITMIRE. CARTER C. - Band 10. 11. 12: Swim
Team 10, 11. 12.
WIGLE. BRUCE M. - Torch Society 10:LYoung De-
mocrats 12: ICC 12: Crew Team 10. 11. 12: Honor
Society 11. 12: HI-Y 10. 11 President 12: Young
Life 12: Latin Club 12: Jr. Achievement 10: Senior
Class Council 12.
WILLIAMS. KAVIN WAYNE.
WILLIAMS, KATHERINE - Chorus 10. 11. 12.
WILLIAMS. NORMA JEAN.
WILLIAMS, SANDI LYNN - CBE 12.
WILLIS. MIKE J.
WILLIS, PATRICIA GAY.
WILLIS. ROBERT ALLEN.
WITTENSTEIN. DEBRA BETH.
WOHLUST. LISA KAY - Anchor Club 10: French
WOODHAM, JANET D. - Student Council.
WRIGHT. ARTHUR M, - JV Football 11: Tennis
Team 12: AFS 12: Band 10.
WRIGHT. CYNTHIA ANN - Pep Club 10. 11, 12.
WURGES. JOHN CRAIG - Winter Park 10: DECA
WYNN. JOHN A.
YAMAGUCHI. MASAYUKI - Konan High School.
Japan: Baseball 10: Edgewater Soccer 12: Key Club
YATES. SHARON L.
YEADON. WAYNE N. - JV Football 10: Band 10.
YOU NG. STEVEN DALE.
ZALLAR. SUE L. - TRI-HI-Y 10: Pep Club 11:
ZELIFF. BARBARA ANN - FHA 10: Anchor Club
115 CBE 12.
ZULLO, BRENDA T. - Pep Club 10: Civinettes 12.
Left: Patty Willis smiles prettily for the photographer as she makes
her way to lunch. Below: What better way is there for Greg
Perich to finish lunch than to chomp on an ice cube.
Caught in a moment of solitude, Sam
Fogarty prepares for the big race.
These seniors are but a few of Edgewater
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During class changing, seniors either talk to their friends or think of things to come.
Doris Hamilton displays a pleasant smile while she absorbs World Literature.
'Drink milk!" exclaims Robert Tubbs, as he and Robert Dout relax on their lunch break.
Her fascinating, intriguing classes make senior Juanita Glover wonder if . .
All aboard! Seniors head toward waiting buses which will take them on a humanities field trip to see a series of three Shakespearean
plays in a Winter Park theatre.
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of savings made at NORTHGATE PLAZA Edgewater and Lee time!
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If you want a chick, get on your Honda today like Bruce
Blackton and Randy Waterhouse did. They set out for an
afternoon of fun and excitement with Debbie Rankin and
Wanda Butler. On their 35O's rented from HONDA OF OR-
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Sometimes blue jean just, aren't enough. For that special
occasion buy your clothes at lVlatthew's. Debbie Rankin has
picked out a maxi while Lynn Tyler has found a pantsuit for
herself. No matter what style you are looking for, it can
always be found at MATTH EW'S.
LAN DO, 1802 Edgewater Drive. So guys, grab your best chick
and go ride a Honda today because you meet the nicest people
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Radcliffe, Joanie Wright, and Pat Fekany stay on top of the
fashion scene. By shopping at IVEY'S, you too vvill be on top!
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of SOUTHERN BELL conveniently located at 26 West Church
in Central Florida, for all your telephone needs large or small.
Ricky Ricks knows that when you have a moving problem
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landscaped building on 17-92 that serves our community by
supplying many homes with natural gas which is piped all the
way from Texas.
Peggy Bergstresser and Ned Smith seem to enjoy their sand-
wiches and cokes. You will enjoy yours when you stop at
ROY ROGERS ROAST BEEF. It's conveniently located at
813 Lee Road.
Delaine Lee knows that diamonds are a girl's best friend, and
Kevin knows just where to take her to get the very best. From
diamonds to class rings, come to LEE JEWELRY at 362 North
Orange Avenue. Nlember of the American Gem Society.
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Crash-boom-bang! If that is a familiar sound to you accident
prone people, then QUALITY AUTO BODY is the place for
you. Located at 2826 N. Orange Blossom Tr., QUALITY can
The first in photographic equipment is CHAMPAGNE COLOR
1917 N. Orange Ave. Steve Franklin, Becky Cobb, and Bob
Bergstresser have the right idea as do all good photographers.
provide a remedy for your car as quickly as ever. Mercedes-
Benz, Porsche and Audi specialist.
"Try it - you'll like it," says Tracy Anderson and David
Condrey - and you really will, at CHASTAINS RES-
TAURANT where the best food in town is yours at 23
N.O.B.T. Stop in before a dance or after a game.
Mike Penney was amazed at the friendly service and fine
quality of H.l.S. in Winter Park. Amaze your friends, shop the
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Delaine Lee models one of the many beautiful dresses available
at BRENNERS Shop where there is a whole line of stylish
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Robert Winbon and Candy Cole know that when you have an
industrial or construction problem, the boys at STATE
TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY can help you out.
Jimmy Eller and Bitsy Owen prove that people get carried
away when they shop at PUBLIX. If you're having a party, or
Stop by and see them sometime. They're located at 1400
South Orange Bl. Trail.
just hungry, come to PUBLlX at 2015 Edgewater Drive, where
shopping is always a pleasure!
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When you pull into a gas station you want fast and efficient Mr. Surtees of SURTEES JEWELERS on Park Ave., Winter
service, and at BRASHER'S GULF STATION that's what Park, helps Robin Scott and Bobby Geisler choose their Class
you'll get. Here David Cooksey is filling up his car as Lee rings. For a very unique ring, stop by Surtees soon!
Pepper looks on.
If you want the very best in metal works go to CATO STEELE ' pany's hard hats. So remember if you want the finest and best
Company, on Forsythe Road just off Aloma. Greg Parish, service go to Cato Steele.
Caryl Curtis, Pam Rivers and Jody Walsh test out the Com-
Robin Scott and Caryl Curtis show SPRING LAKE FOREST,
an area of beautiful and convenient homes and homesites,
another developement of Paul Curtis.
BOB'S AUTO GLASS
535 W. Central Blvd.
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People swing off poles, like CeCe Radcliffe and Jimmy Sea-
graves, after they've tasted the delicious food at the BEEF 84
BOTTLE Restaurant on Park Ave. in Winter Park.
If you wanna learn to dance and prance, then do your thing at
ROYAL DANCE. The place is, 717 West Smith Street: look at
Susie on her feet and off her feet!
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Lake counties. Owners Malory A. Jones, Jr. and Bill Seagraves,
lEdgewater Alumnusl combine to offer 32 years experience in
sewer service for any drainage failure and septic tank services
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ranging from speedy, expert cleaning to the installation of
drain fields and filter beds. Cece Radcliffe and Jimmy Sea-
graves give their smiles of assurance to Jim's Dad and lVlr.
Jones, if in need they'll know who to turn to.
Better late than never says Janet Woodham and Donna Mc-
Garry as they shop around for some notebooks, paper and
other school 'supplies at ALBERT'S DRUG STORE at 2201
Lions, Tigers and Zebras in a fabric store! Looks like Sharon
Pempey and Nancy Easton were approached by some as they
were exploring the jungles of NATIONAL FABRICS located
at 3901 West Colonial Drive, Parkwood Plaza.
Edgewater Drive. Be sure to stop by for fast convenient
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PARK NATIONAL BANK, 2315 Edgewater Drive. Quickly cashier. Jan Mathews and Roger Hirschy decide this is their
deposit your money at the drive-in tellers open from 8 to 6 or kind of bank.
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Jeri Kirkland and Gary Landry know where to go for the Come with me to TOY PARADE and who do we see, Liz
hippest clothes in town. Jeri points out a shirt that has caught Bruner and Jeanie Kittenger. TOY PARADE Edgewater Drive.
her eye. BRITCHES SOUTH 2417 Edgewater Drive. Go there for a superbad toy and that's No Jive!
Sam Fogarty and Barbara Dennis know that FOGARTY BROTHERS TRANSFER, located at 320 Clear Lake Way, is the efficient
place to do business. Fogarty Brothers will give free estimates on any of your packing, storage or crating needs.
Louann Marsh steps into this bright summer casual from
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Ping and David Huang hungrily look forward to the delicious Chinese and American food at the SAMPAN, 2425 Edgewater Drive.
Steve Prochaska can challenge Atlas after working out at
EUROPEAN HEALTH SPA, 1780 Park Avenue, lVlaitland.
Barbara Berry discusses an insurance proposition with lVlr.
Berry of HALL BROTHERS INSURANCE. When you're in
the market for insurance, buzz over to HALL BROTHERS, 27
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eatables await them inside. FRISCH'S BIG BOY RESTAURANT is conveniently located on 17-92 in front of Winter Park Mall.
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Patty and Dixie Dugan stop by DUGAN'S HOLIDAY GULF
at 2900 Lee Road right off l-4, for a quick car clean up, minor
services and a fill up after a day at the beach.
"Wow, what a beautiful dress" thinks Colleen Helmer when
Ron Carnaby proudly shows her a piece of body covering.
CARNABY SHOP, located in the Colonial Plaza Mall, is an
experience in living - and also easy to get to!
David Cooksey and Dennis Cook listen intensely to Mr. Grady
Cooksey about insurance and personal service. Come down to
COOKSEY-ROBINSON at 830 N. Magnolia.
For the groovy 'IN' look, Barry Baumgarten and his Cinderel-
la Louann lVlarsh,go to BARI SHOES. You will find BARI
SHOES in the Winter Park lVlall, downtown Orlando, and in
the Colonial Plaza lVlaIl.
Bruce O'Donoghue chooses a sharp jacket and undies from the assortment at PRESSLEY'S, 2308 Edgewater Drive.
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Sharon Marvin and Dan Fraser enjoy pizza break after a hard looking Over the interior. COLLIER AUTO SALES 2150 West
day of school, TOM'S PIZZA on Algma Avenue hag 3 Conve- Colonial Drive is the place to go for complete service depart-
nient take-out service for the person on-the-go. You'll like it! mem for lmD0rfGCl and 9C0nOl'T1Y aU'EOm0bil9S.
Phil Eason teaches Jane Kirkland how to drive a tractor while So if you ever want to rent a tractor and learn how to drive it
Donna Sutton and Donnie Evans wait their turn at the wheel. go to HOOD TRACTOR 2120 N. Orange Blossom Trail.
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Starvation strikes again as Tommy Horan, Jimmy Seagraves, prepare submarine sandwiches for them at GABRIELS SUB-
Ed Nletzger, Terry Bird and Mark Strum watch Kevin Gabriel MARINE SHOP, 1807 Edgewater Drive, Qrlando, Florida,
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Need your land cleared? Call J. M. BUNN WRECKING at 849 Green Avenue. Ask Jimmy Bunn, Ken Levi, Kay Dickerson, Don
Gallion, or George Connor and they'll tell you they've been serving Orlando for 20 years in residential and commercial area.
Debbie Phillips admires Steve Kidd's choice from HOLLER CHEVROLET, located at 860 Fairbanks Ave. You'll save dollars at
Holler's, they provide the best in town, plus service with a smile.
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rn content with their surroundings.
HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE FOUR SPIRITUAL LAWS7
Just aa there are phyelcel laws that govern the phyelcal unlverae, so are
there aplrltual laws whlch govern your relatlonshlp wlth God.
GOD LOVES YOU, AND HAS A WONDERFUL PLAN FOR YOUR LIFE.
"For God so loved the world, that He gave Hls only begotten Son, that whoever belleves In
Hlm should not perlsh, but have etemsl llte" IJohn 3:16l.
lChrIst speaklngl "I came that they mlght have Ilfe, and mlght have It abundantly" lthat It
mlght be full and meanlngtull lJohn 10:10l.
Why ls It that most people are not experlenclng the abundant Ilia?
MAN IS SINFUL AND SEPARATED FROM GOD, THUS HE CANNOT KNOW
AND EXPERIENCE GOD'S LOVE AND PLAN FOR HIS LIFE.
MAN IS SINFUL
"For all have slnned and tall short ofthe glory of God" lRomane 3:23l.
Msn was created to have fellowship with God: but, because of hls own stubbom sell-wlll,
he chose to o hls own Independent way and tellowshlp wlth God was broken. Thls sell-wlll,
characterizes by an attltude of actlve rebelllon or passlve Indifference, Is an evldence of
what the Blble calls sln.
t saggy 90, , MAN is ssvsnxrso
"For the wa es of sln Is death" lsplrltual separation from Godl
God Is holy and man Is slnful. A great chasm separates the two. Men
are contlnually trying to reach od and the abundant llte through
SINNI. MAN thelr own efforts: good llfe, ethlcs, philosophy, etc.
JESUS CHRIST IS GOD'S ONLY PROVISION FOR MAN'S SIN. THROUGH
HIM YOU CAN KNOW AND EXPERIENCE GOD'S LOVE AND PLAN FOR
HE DIED IN OUR PLACE
"But God demonstrates Hls own love toward us, ln that whlle we were yet slnners, Chrlet
dled for us" lRomans 5:81.
HE ROSE FROM THE DEAD
"Christ dled for our slns . . . He was burled . . . He was ralsed on the thlrd day according
to the scrlptures . . . He appeared to Cephas, then to the twelve. After that He appeared to
more than tlve hundred . . ll Corlnthlans 15:3-6l.
The Thlrd Law glves us the only answer to this dilemma . . .
009 HE IS THE ONLY WAY
: "Jesus sald to hlm, 'I am the way, and the truth, and the llteg no one
S comes to the Father, but through Me' " lJohn 14:6l.
u God has brldged the chasm whlch separates us trom Hlm by sending
3 Hls Son, Jesus Chrlst, to dle on the cross In our place.
MIN It ls not enough to know these three laws, nor even to glve Intellectual assent to them.
WE MUST INDIVIDUALLY RECEIVE JESUS CHRIST AS SAVIOR AND LORD:
THEN WE CAN KNOW AND EXPERIENCE GOD'S LOVE AND PLAN FOR
we Must Receive cumsr
'But as many aslrecehived Him, to them He Save the right to become children of God, even
to those who believe in His name" Uohn 1: l.
WE RECEIVE CHRIST THROUGH FAITH
"For by grace you have been saved through faith: and that not ot yourselves, it is the gift of God: not as a result ol
works, that no one should boast" IEphesians 2:8,9l.
VIE RECEIVE CHRIST BY PERSONAL INVITATION
"Behold, I stand at the door and knock: if any one hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him"
Receiving Christ involves turning to God from self, trusting Christ to come into our lives, to forgive our sins and make us
what He wants us to be. It is not enough to give intellectual assent to His claims or to have an emotional experience.
These two circles represent two liinds of lives:
SELF CONTROLLED IFE CHRIST-CONTROLLED LIFE
E-Ego or flnlte ssl on t-Igristfgn the MNH! of
I-Clrlsi outslde the llIe E-EIU-Ulf WUINUW
e-Inu'-.gh qmgmnd 5, '-Interests under control
self, often resultlng In of Infinite God. result-
dlmnl and Irustratlon ms In Iurrmru with
b God's plan
Whlch clrcle represents your llle? ,Which clrcle would you like to have represent your lile? The lollowing explains how
you can recelve Chrlsr:
:OU CAN RECEIVE CHRIST RIGHT NDVI THROUCH PRAYER
Prayer Is talking with Cool
Cod. knows your heart and is not so concerned with your words as He is with the attitude ol your heart. The follows
ing is s suggested prayer:
'Lord Jesus, I need You. I open the door ot my lite and receive You as my Savior and Lord. Thank You tor forgiving
my sins. Take control of the throne of my lite. Halle me the lilnd ot person You want me to he."
Does this prayer express the desire at-your heart?
It it docs. Pray this prayer right now, and Christ will come into your lite, as He promised.
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ARMSTRONG, DONNA - Southwest Missouri State, B.S., University of
Missouri, Stetson University. Florida Technological University: English Literature,
American Literature: Meditations Committee, National Honor Society.
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A.A., University of Texas, B.B.A.: Business Math, P.D.E.l.: Distributive Education.
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Notehand, Personal Typing. Typing I: Senior Class.
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BENZ, HERBERT - USMA, West Point, N. Y., B.S., University of Florida, M.Ed.:
College Review Math, Geometry: Cross Country, Track,
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Spanish I, ll: Junior Class.
BISCHOF, GLENN - University of Illinois, B.F.A,, University of Florida, M.Ed.:
Art Department Head. Art ll, Ill: Art Club.
BORYSEWICH, JUANITA - Florida State University, B.S., University of
Florida, M.Ed,: Guidance Department Head. Counselor: National Honor Society,
BRADLEY, BIRDIA D. - Southern University, B.S., Rollins College, Florida
Technological University: General Business, Business Law, Record Keeping:
BRANYON, WILLIAM M. - Troy State University. BS, Rollins College, M.A.T.:
Language, Student Government: Student Congress, I.C.C.
BREWER, JOHN M. - Indiana State University, B.S., M.S.: Math Department
Head, Math 5, Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry, Algebra Il.
BROOKS, JULIA - Wesleyan, A.B., Auburn University, M.A.: Spanish I, ll:
Spanish Honor Society.
BROWN, DEBRA - Florida Technological University, B.A.: Geometry, Math G2.
BURKHART, DALE - Arkansas Tech., Seminole Junior College, A.A.. Troy State,
Florida Technological University: Substitute: Track.
CHANTOS, JOHN K. - Illinois Wesleyan University. B.S,, University of
Wisconsin, University of Illinois, M.Ed.: American History: Football, Head Swim
CIEPLECHOWICZ, S. F. - Salem College. B.S., Marshall University, M.A.:
Analytic Geometry. Trigonometry, Algebra I, II: Civitan.
CINNAMON, JAMES - Eastern Kentucky, A,B,, Rollins College, M.A.T.: Assis-
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CLAXTON, JOHN ROBERT - Florida Technological University, B.A.: Geometry,
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COOK, CLIFFORD A. - Concord College, B.S., Marshall University, M.A.:
Biology I, ll: Senior Class. Tennis.
COOPER, MARIE - Florida State University, B.A.: Latin I, II, Spanish ll:
COPE, ATHALIA H. - Rollins College, B,M.. M.A.T.: Chorus. Humanities I,
Music Appreciation, Music History: Choral Society,
CREWS, MOLLY - Florida State University, B.S.: Geometry, Algebra ll, Math
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CURRY, JILL L. - University of Florida, B,Ed.: Humanities I, ll: Exchangettes,
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FOREMAN, MIRIAM - Rollins College, M.A., Indiana Central College. B.A.:
English Department Head. English Language, Shakespeare, World Literature:
National Honor Society.
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American Field Service.
GARBRICK, SARA LOU - Woman's College of University of North Carolina.
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GIBSON, JOYCE - Stetson University, B.S,: Physical Education: Girls Athletic
GLUYAS, SUSAN - Randolph-Macon Women's College. University of Georgia,
A.B., Rollins College: Psychology: Civinettes.
GORNTO, GARY ROLAND - Sante Fe Junior College, A.A., East Tennessee
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GRUBER, GRACE - Ohio University, B.S.S.. Rollins College: CBE Coordinator,
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HALL, GEORGE M. - Western Michigan University, Tennessee State University,
Florida State University, University of Florida, University of South Florida, Florida
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HALLMAN, DANIEL W. - Rollins College, B.A., M.A.T.: German. Consumer
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HASKINS, T. PAUL - University of South Florida, B.A., Rollins College, M.Ed,:
Physical Education Department Head: Physical Education: Head Basketball Coach.
HEISE, JAMES E. - West Virginia University, B.S., Rollins College, M.A,T.:
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HOUSE, JULIA B. - Audio-Visual Clerk, Library,
HUMPHREYS, MARILOU - Tusculum, B,S.. University of Tennessee, Florida
Technological University: CBE, Bookkeeping, Business English: Future Business
Leaders of America.
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JOHNSON, M. WAYNE - Florida State University, B.S., Rollins College, M.A.:
JONES. ROBERT -
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Florida State University, B.S., M.S.: Arts and Crafts: Junior
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JORDAN, BILL -
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A.A,, Rollins College, B.A., M.A.T.. University of Florida, University of South
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KIEFFNER, DELBERT K. - Indiana State University, B.S.. M.S.: Music
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Distributive Education: Distributive Education Clubs of America.
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Psychology, American History: Thespians, National Honor Society.
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MANCEBO, ANN - East Tennessee State University, B.S.: Biology.
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University of Florida, B.S.: Driver's Education: Fellowship of Christian Athletes,
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Biology I, ll: Paramedics.
MINK. CYNTHIA ANN - Florida State University, B.S.: Algebra I, Human
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NEWLON, PHILIP M. - West Virginia Wesleyan College, B.S.: Physical Educa-
tion: Football, Head Track Coach,
OBERLIN, RICHARD B. - Rollins College, B.G.S.. Florida Technological
University, M.E., University of Akron, University of Louisville: American History.
Consumer Economics: Octagon, Democratic Student Association.
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University of Colorado, M.Ed.: American Government: Civil Defense.
REDDICK, LINDA H. - Spelman College, Wiley College, A.B., New York Univer-
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ROMIGH, LINDA - Orlando Junior College, A.A., University of South Florida,
B.A.: Drama I, ll, Ill, Speech I, Language: Thespians, National Forensic League.
SHEEHAN, JOHN F. - Indiana University. B.A., M.A,T.: Russian I, II, Ill, Study
Hall: Russian Club.
SIMON, C. D. - Rollins College, A.B.: American Literature, Contemporary
Literature: Future Teachers of America.
SINCIC. EDWARD B. - University of Florida, B.S.. M.Ed,: Graphic Arts l, II:
SMITH, HOWARD - Georgia Southern College, B.S.. Mercer University: Com-
position, Language: National Honor Society.
SMITH, JAMES D. - Eastern Kentucky University, A.B., Rollins College, M.A.T.,
University of South Florida: World History. Sociology, Social Studies Department
SNI PES, CAROL - Treasurer,
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Crew, Textbook Manager.
STILES, GARLAND G. - Carleton College, B.A.: Reading I: Junior Tri-Hi-Y.
SUTTON, JAMES - University of Florida, B.A,E., Rollins College, M,A.T.:
Eagle Eye.Journalism, American History: '
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TEGG, LOIS S. - Instructional Clerk.
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Department Head. Driver's Education: Baseball,
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Accounting. Data Processing.
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ULM, SANDRA - Florida
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English, Yearbook, Language:
BIEHL - University of Elorida, B.S,J.: Applied
VICKERS, WOODROW W. -
Geography: Exchange Club.
University of Georgia, B.S.: World History, World
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University, B.S.. B.A.: Physics,
Brevard Junior College, A.A., Florida Technological
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:WALDEN. JEANNELL L. - Tennessee A 84 I State University, B.S.: Food and
Nutrition, Human Development: Junior Class, Future Homemakers of America.
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Language Department Head, French I, ll, lll, IV: French Club
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Specialist: Sophomore Tri-Hi-Y.
WEIMAN, DOROTHY - Florida Southern College, Florida Technological Univer-
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Language: Sophomore Tri-Hi-Y,
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Bair, Barbara 235
Abbott, Bob 137,214
Abke, Louise 96, 8, 9, 97
Abramson, Steph 214
Adamkiewicz, Ron 189
Adams, Steve 214
Adams, Rena 189
Adams, Vera 121, 214
Adkins, Robert 142, 143
Agnew, Cindy 189, 203
Akers, Bob 235
Akers, John 189, 130
Aksell, Allan 189
Aksell, Anita 178, 235
Albright, Ron 235
Alden, Connie 189
Alderman, Bryan 189
Alderman, Sherrie 116, 189
Alexander, Wanda 117,235
Alleman, Chassy 155, 214
Arost, Stuart 68, 142,235
Arrington, Gary 48, 90, 214
Arrington, Willie 52, 121
Arseneault, Paula Marie 170, 214
Askew, Billy 189
Atkissen, Carl 96
Attard, Paul G, 235
Ausley, Mark 189
Avery, Veronica 132,214
Axman, Anne 189
Bachman, Jan 189
Bagley, Jim 214
Bailey, Brenda Ann
Bailey, Marjorie 85
Bailey, Mary Jane 86
Allen, Joanna 189
Allen, John 96,172
Allen, Gordon 235
Allison Andrea 189
ler, Mike 176
z, Janelle 214
Amann, Bobby 178
Amato, Frank 132,137, 189
Baker, David 130, 235
Baker, Denise L.
Baker, Steve 214
Baldwin, Harry 189
Ball, Debbie 189
Ambrose, Angela 189
Amos, Jerry 189
Anderson, Kim L. 214, 119
, Jeff 235, 53, 58, 54,
Anderson, Mary D. 145,214
Rosalyn 16, 121, 235
g, Donna 86
Arfaras, Linda 214
Arnold, Milton 214
Aroian, Kay 189
Aronson, Helene 189
Bamford, Tyler 235
Barber, Mary Jane
Barden, Betsy 132, 189
Barkdoll, Sabra 189
Barker, Bruce 69, 189
Barko, Mike 132
Barlow, Mike 173, 235
Barnes, Diane 117,235
Barr, Candy 126,214,124
Barr, Tom 214
Barrington, Anthony 132
Barrington, Mary E. 116,117
Bartell, Fred 235
Bartell, Vivian M,84, 128, 180,
235, 186, 122
Bartlett, Frederick 189
Bartlett, Debby 189
Bassa, Gary A. 45, 46
Bass, Frances 85
Bates, Scott 52, 189
Battle, Becky 132, 189
Bau, Barbra 181
Baumgarten, Barry 136, 137,214,298
Baxter, Denise 214
Beckett, Bill 214
Beckwith, Chuck L. Jr. 173
Beeler, David 52,214
Beers, Tom 119, 128, 138,139,
Beery, Barbara Ann 295
Behel, Leslie 189
Behn, Judy 125, 236, 122
Belbeck, Harry 189
Belford, Mary 157, 189
Bellew, Randy 117
Belote, Ann 170, 189
Belvin, Jay 236
Bennett, Celilia 190
Bennett, Elizabeth 190
Benson, Loretta 190
Bentley, Jim 103, 190
Bentley, Ricky 214
Benz, Theodore 104
Benzer, Celeste 117
Berger, Patter 214
Bergstresser, Bob 285
Bergstresser, Peggy 236
Berkheimer, Jayne 236
Bernhard, Rex 132, 214
Berrell, Teresa 190
Berry, Mary 236
Beuel, Leslie 170
Bersia, John 189
Bersia, Mari 214
Betts, Renee 190
Bever, Allen 180
Bevers, Opal 102
Bint, Louise 236
Bird, Terry 132, 142, 143,
Bischof, Glen 104,160
Bisplinghoff, Roger 236
Blackburn, Karen 119, 190
Blackburn, John 190
Blackburn, Mary 236
Blackman, Connie 23,116,117,
Blackman, Phyllis 132
Blackmon, Patricia 146, 153,157
Blackmon, Rita146, 157,190
Blackton, Bruce 281
Byrd, Kathy 237
Boulnois, Janice 236
Brewer, Nancy 121
Bowles, Vicky 181,237
Bowman, Pat 52,130, 131, 215
Boyce, Kim 126, 190
Boyce, Lynda 15, 127, 128, 156,
157, 179, 184, 265, 271
Bracker, John 158,237
Brackett, Cheryl 237
Cary, Ann 192
Canstanien, Sue 238
Castell, Kelvin 36, 119, 176, 238
Catino, Cindy 216
Caverly, Neil 238
Centurion, Maria 216
Chantos, John 90, 91
Chapman, Clare 132, 166, 216
Charlton, Carletha 135, 216
Charrette, Steve 238
Chastang, Jackie 128, 216
Charlton, Terresa 132, 134, 175,
Chedwick, Helen 238
Chernega, Elise 145, 154, 216
Childs, Rosemary 216
Cieplechewicz, Stanley 101
Cinnamon, James 81
Clark, Carolyn 216
Clark, David 140, 192
Clark, Debbie 135,238
Clark, Steve 216
Clark Ron 132,192
Classon, Keith 140, 216
Clayton, Carol 146, 219
Cleaver, Loretta 157, 192
Cobb, Becky 184, 238, 251, 285
Cobb, Pam 192
Coburn, Gary 192,119
Coeson, Steve 130, 131, 238
Colbert, John 219
Cole, Candy 116, 119,145,
213, 216, 222
Cole, Roger 193
Colee, Ami 216
Colwell, Cathy 181,238
Condrey, Darrel 121, 193
Condrey, David 184, 238
Conner, George 292
Conner, Robbyn 193
Connors, Michael 238
Cook, Cleffard 94
Cook, David 193
Cook, Dennis 49, 51, 60, 62,
Cook, Glenda 193
Cook, Joan 132,166,193
Cooksey, David 45, 50, 51
141, 238, 298
Cooksey, Starlett 193
Cooper, Gary 193
Cooper, George 193
Cooper, Karen 238
Cooper, Marie 102
Cutts, Wendy 164, 193, 203
D'Agostino, Mike 194
D'Agostino, Toni 143, 145, 182,
184, 239, 304, 122
Dakin, Dale 173, 239
Dakin, Laura 216
Daily, Johnetta 67,132, 175,239
Daitzman, Lynn 194
Damelio, Bryant 194
Dameloa, Terri 194
Cope, Athlaia 104
Copley, Becky 193
Copley, Tony 193
Coppedge, Shelia 238, 267
Cordell, Curtis 140, 159, 193
Cordell, Leona 116
Cordell, Walter 69
Cordy, Bill 238
Cornell, Steve 216
Cortez, Christopher 193
Costello, James 193
Cotter, Mike 216
Covell, Kevin 216, 132
Covert, Chuck 193
Cowels, Nancy 121, 184,239
Cowherd, Jeff 93, 139, 124
Courtney, Susie 238
Cox, Susan 151, 216
Craig, John 173, 239
Crandford, Doug 121, 139, 216
Crawford, David 103, 216
Crawford, Tom 193
Crenshaw, Cindy 126, 162, 193
Crews, Danny 239
Crews, Molly 101
Crist, Grant 69, 193
Critchett, Dan 96
Critchett, Dan Jr. 75, 121, 193
Cropp, Jimmy 216
Crosby, Charlene 216
Crossland, Joanne 193
Crow, David 193
Crow, Jane 103
Crowson, Allan 142, 143, 239
Crummer, Jerry 52
Cruse, Sally 193
Cuesta, Raymon 216
Cullison, Roy 61, 60, 142, 143,239
Culton, Robert 198
Curley, Chip 68
Curtis, Caryl 119, 145, 155,
213, 216, 225
Curtis, Martha 193
Curry, Jill 86
D'Amico, Jamie 239
D'Amico, Jeanette 217
Daniell, Nancy 160,239
Daniels, Ann 217
Daniels, Bill 194
Daniels Willie 239
Dantzler, Fara 241
Dappolonia, Valerie 239
Darling, Tony 52
Darnley, Beatrice 194
Dart, Jeff 194
Davidson, Debby 149, 194
Davies, Albert 217, 180
Davis, Dawn 194
Davis, Debi 194
Davis, Eleanore 36, 37, 1 17, 119,
127, 234, 239, 279
Davis, Gary 239
Davis, Glenda 240
Davis, Rhonda 240
Dauphinais, Donna 194
Deal, Cathy 217
Deal, Mark 172, 240
Dean, Keith 194
Dees, Cary 240
Deese, Susan 152, 194
DeFoor, Frank 139,217
Degard, Dan 194
Dehmer, Debbie 240
Delancett, Paulette 151, 179,217
Delrio, Joe 194
Demoret, Steve 240
Dennis, Barbara 128, 240, 295, 122
Dennis, Ed 119, 194
Denniston, Faye 240
Denson, Scott 217
DeSimon, Roberta 127, 170,240
Deutsch, Mitchell 133,240
Diaz, Linda 181, 240
Jo Ann Brown takes a break from her daily routine.
Dickenson, Patricia 217
Dickerson, Kay 25, 146, 147, 234,
Dickinson, Bobby 240
Diefenderfer, Carol 240
Diller, Clyde 217
Dillingham, David 197
Dillingham, Diane 181,241
Dinwiddie, Tim 197,168
Dismuke, Mary Jane 145,217
Dixon, Deborah 217
Dixon, Ronald 197
Dobson, Sherry 217, 117
Doby, Michael 217
Drayer, Bill 217
Driggers, Mary 197, 180, 166
Driver, Robin 241
Drolet, Mike 197
Dru, Donna 218
Duckworth, Jill 197
Dugan, Dixie 106, 119, 126, 128,
135, 183, 184, 218, 298
Dugan, Patty 241, 298
Dunlap, Hudd 168, 197
Dunn, Debbie 119, 197
Dunn, Georgia 197
Dunn, Jeff52, 121,197
Dunn, Lynda 218
Dunn, Susan 197
Dolan, Robert 24
Dolce, Robert 110
Doltie Curley 217
Doltie Curt 217
Dorris, Nancy 197
Dorris Steve 240
Dosch LuAnn 217
Doss, Danny 197, 132
botts, Randy 103, 116
Doyle, Christell 197, 146, 157
Doyle, Valeria 213, 222, 217,
Drakes, Gregory 197
Draper, Brenda 197
Dreayer, Barry 217
Drew, Suzanne 241, 181
Dupree, Curtis 141, 241
Duvall, Steven 197
Dyer, Barbee 53, 70, 71, 235, 241
Dyer, Doug 29, 140
Dyer, William 197
Eacret, Brandt 48
Eady, Ellison 46, 47
Eady, James 171
Earle, Barbara 241
Earle, Marsha 197
Early, Sharon L. 128, 241,122
Eason, Doretha 96
Eason, Phil 48, 50, 66, 121, 142,
143, 162, 179,241,300,122
Easton, Janet 197
Easton, Nancy 34, 241, 248, 250
Eaton, Carolyn F. 241
Eberly, Mike 52
Edson, Chris 218
Gauthier, Ray 198
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Edwards, Kathy 175, 197
Ellen, Jim 44, 46
Ellerbe, Jim 197
Elliott, Pam 241
Ellis, Eddie 52,197
Elms, Dawn 12, 241
Ely, Kevin 197
Engel, Honi 197
Erdman, Nancy Lee 241
Eschelbach, Mona 149
Ethridge, Jay 197
Eunice, Elisa 160, 218, 232
Eunice, Steve 132, 241
Evans, Andy 111
Evans, Bob 136, 137, 241
Evans, Don 40, 50, 51, 69,
Evans, Norman 11, 218
Eversole, Marlene 172, 242
Ezzard, Agnes 83
Falde, Vicki 218
Falkenstein, Jean 242
Fann, Martin O.
Farkas, Deanne 2, 23, 128,
Farlow, Eileen 181,242
Farmer, Kenny 218
Fazio, Rena 184
Fehrenkamp, Jeff 218
Fehrenkamp, Scott 242, 263
Feilden, Mike 70
Fekany, Pat 128, 176, 184,
242, 248, 280, 281
Ferguson, Meg 197, 202
Fernundez, Larry 218
Ferrell, Diane 197
Ferrell, George 52
Ferrin, Danny 60,218
Ferruggia, Connie 242
Feussner, Cindy 218
Fields, Sandy 218
Fiedler, Mike 6,101, 130,218,123
Figueroa, Mike 116
Filko, Charlie J. 125, 177, 242,122
Filmore, Emily 218
Finchmun, Greg 218
Fink, Debbie 197
Fogarty, Sam 75, 119,128, 178
Folan, Steve 218
Fontenot, Janice 197
Foreman, Miriam 86
Forest, Roy 132
Forest, Tommy 197
Forsberg, Debbie 197
Forsythe, Mari 125,128, 218
Foster, Jackie 132, 197
Foster, Ken 197
Foster, Richard 197
Fraser, Dan 128, 178,242
Francisco, Elaine 218,124
Frankel, Bill 121 , 125, 218,124
Franklin, Steve 218, 285
Frankum, Jenny 170, 219
Franus, Suzie 219
Freedberg, Jean 32, 149, 162,
Freeman, Donna L. 219
Freeman, Donna 173, 242
Fripp, Therese 162, 243
Frisbie, Leslie 197
Fulford, Susan 90
Fullen, Eddie 197
Gabriel, Kevin 36, 48, 171,
Gagne, Judy 132
Garry, Gordon 243
Garsh, Sharon 191,198
G iga ndet, Cathy
Gilbert, Mitch 219,121,126,124
Gill, Mary 132, 198
Gillies, Wanda A. 219
Glisson, Jan 219
Glover, Jack N.
Glover, Merrily Juanita 243
Gluyas, Susan 90, 91
Goans, Davie 243, 127
Godbold, Debbie 198
Hagood, Roger 244, 173
Haire, Bill 132,198
Hall, Betty 85
Hall, Bobby 126, 220, 124
Hall, David 116, 117, 244
Hall, Debbie 121, 198
Hall, George 83
Gaines, Davis 234, 243, 251, 25, 26, 122,
119,297, 184, 183, 138, 199, 265, 146,
128, 162, 163
Gaines, Pam 197
Gaines, Patty 198
Galbraith, Donna 243,181
Galbraith, Donnie 191,198
Firios, Christine 197
Firios, John 46,242
Flaherty, Sue 242
Fleming, George 47,139,218
Fleming, Mike 197
Fletcher Marcia 121, 145, 197
Floyd, Susan 242
Flynn, Julie 125, 218
Gallion, Don 292
Gamble, Jerome 49
Gandy, Wayne 46, 47, 54, 18
Garbrick, Sarah Lou 108
Garland, Ralph 219
Garrett, Charisse 243
Gaskey, Art 130, 164,219
Gatewood, Paul 198
Gay, David 219
Gayle, Vicki 219
Geisler, Bobby 60, 121,243
Genge, Janet 157, 198
Gentry, Rhonda 219
Gholson, Sheryl 243
Gibson, Joyce 108, 175
Giddens, Patty Ann 219
Godwin, Vivian 198
Goff, Kenneth E. 219
Golub, Jeff 243, 14
Gooch, Karen 243, 125
Goodman, Shirley lrene 219
Goodwin, Gus P.
Goodshaw, Margaret Helen
Gorman, Larry 54, 55
Gornell, Clara 93, 146,243
Gornell, Ted 198
Gornte, Gary 94
Goynes, Stephanie 219
Graham, Karen Elizabeth 117, 198
Grant, Melvin 116, 243
Grant, Ron 219
Grantham, David 198
Gravino, Mike 244, 246
Gray, Mary 198
Gray, Robert 219
Green, Jim 173, 244
Green, Susan 181, 244
Greene, Fran 125, 244,122
Greene, Jeff 137, 198
Greene, Marcy 198
Greenland, Mary L. 155, 125, 219,
Gregory, Marie 120, 149, 183,
184, 219, 124
Griffin, George 86,121, 244,122
Griffith, Kathy 145, 198
Gross, Don 244
Grover, Marilyn 244, 122
Gruber, Grace 96, 181
Grubert, Patricia 172,244
Gruny, Salvatore 219
Guardado, Bruce 244
Guerrero, Sylvia 132
Guilkey, Robert 116, 117, 244
Gunsalus, Christine 4, 244
Gunter, Anne M. 70, 220
Gunter, Kathy 146, 147, 220, 231, 124
Halladay, Ron 244
Hallman, Daniel 103, 164
Hamber, Liz 244, 122,124
Hamilton, Doris 125, 127,
128, 244, 122
Hand, John 198
Hand, Mark 139
Hanks, David 49, 198, 208
Hansbrough, John 48, 107, 145
Hanson, Michael 52, 160,220
Hardy, Walter 220
Hargreaves, Buddy 244
Harlan, Bobby 220
Harmon, Terry 220
Harper, Collette 198
Harper, John 198
Harper, Tom 250
Harris, Everett 132
Harris, Glenda 244
Harris, Joy 220
Harris, Lynda 199
Harriss, Bobby 140, 220
Harriss, Diane 199
Patti 175, 198
Sharon 20, 116,
Hart, Cheryl 149, 244
Hart, Kit 220
Hart, Nick 159, 199
Hart, Terry 144, 145,244
Harter, Paul 199
Harter, Kathy 83, 245
Hartberger, Pat 149, 245
Harvell, Betsy 199
Harvell, Sissy 172, 245
Hartzog, Lynn 199
Haskins, Paul 108
Hastings, Dwayne 178, 245
22O'124 Horner, Russell 221
Kasemeier, Casey 200
Kierstead, Kevin D. 200
Hayes, Diane 199
Hayes, Lutricia 220
Hayes, Pam 121, 146,147,245
Haynes, Clarence 54, 245
Hayworth, Rickey 132, 220
Hazard, Danny 220
Headley, Chip 121,139, 220
Heafner, Mike 245
Heaps, Laura 199
Heaps, Danny 220
Heavener, Mike 130,245
Hedrick, John 125, 220
Heise, James 80, 82
Hellinger, Walter 176, 220,124
Helmer, Colleen 220, 298
Hemsley, Denise 145,220
Henderson, Helen 199
Hendrickson, Donna 126, 149, 184,
Henry, Heather 130, 150, 151,
Hepburn, Steve 60, 132,245
Heritage, Art 172, 245
Herman, Jack 130,131, 245
Hevener, Patty 12, 245
Hibbard, Mark 221
Hibbard, TenIey146, 199, 211
Hicks, Jackie 221
Hicks, Jennifer 245
Hicks, Larry 199
Hicks, Ronnie 245
Hiers, Blake 199
Hill, Gene 221
Hillman, Randy 246
Himes, Leonard 94
Hines, Marsha 221
Hinkle, John 116,117, 221
Hong, Henry 199
Hood, Mary 221
Hood, Maxine 116, 175,246
Hood, Wadie 199
Hooker, Becky 246
Hooks, Penny 199
Hooper, Becky 181, 183, 186,
Hooper, Betty 221
Hoover, Galey 145, 199
Hoover, Marc 64, 74, 178, 246
Hopkins, Elizabeth 221
Hopper, Phyllis 246
Horan, Tom 48, 60, 171, 246,
Horn, Dennis 21,104,132,133,
Horner, Doug 132, 199
Houck, Debbie 181,246
Houk, Sharon 199
House, Julia 85
Howard, Mark 52
Howard, Roger 52,164,221
Howington, Jo 166
Howington, Penny 126, 199
Hout, Robert 200
Huang, David 115, 128, 129, 168,
Huang, Dee Dee 71, 108, 132
Huang, Ping 121, 125, 128,
178, 295, 124
Hudson, Michelle 173
Humphreys, Marilou 98,181
Hunt, Rita 246
Hunt, Scott 172
Hupp, Sherry 145
Hurlburt, Linda 121, 200
Hurley, John 54, 132, 246
Hurst, Jerry 136, 137,246,122
Hinman, Pam 246
Hinsey, Laura 75
Hirschy, Roger 27, 140, 141,
Hite, Randy 221
Hodges, Debbie 221
Hodges, Janice 246
Hoffman, Curtis 221
Hogan, Jeff 299
Holdorf, Tom 132,221
Holland, Tommy 246
Holley, Jacki 199
Hutchinson, Bobby 200
Hutson, Jo Lynn 200
Hyatt, George 200
lmbriani, Mary 200
Ingram, Annie 246
Iseli, Lane 116
Holmes, Bail 219, 221
Jackson, Charles 132
Jackson, Borothea 247
Jackson, Jeff 247
Jackson, Susan 132
Jacobson, Steve 23
Jasper, Robert 200
Jenfins, Catherine 116
Jennings, Jeff 247, 272, 49
Jennings, Jeff 200, 139
Jennings, Jon 200, 138, 139
Johns, Averita116,117, 247
Johns, Grace 85
Johns, Judy 247
Johnson, Angela 200, 157
Johnson, Audrey 200, 116
Johnson, Carol 247
Johnson, David 247
Johnson, Diane 200, 130
Johnson, Gennette 200
Johnson, Glenn 247, 55, 54,
Johnson, Jill 200, 157
Johnson, Margie 125, 145, 153,
Johnson, Paul 200, 52
Johnson, Robert 70
Johnson, Robert 116, 117
Johnson, Wayne 83
Jolly, Gloria 116
Jones, Andy 121, 138, 139,
Jones, Barbara 116, 175, 247
Jones, Chris 247
Jones, Debbie 200
Jones, Denise 200
Jones, Diane 200
Jones, Jay 139, 200
Jones, Larry 219
Jones, Mike 200
Jones, Robert 104
Jones, Willie 94
Jordan, Bill 101, 138
Jordan, John 247, 122
Judd, Paulette 178, 248, 122
Kahn, Tybell 107 -
Kalapp, Betsy 178, 182, 248, 299
Kamenoff, Ellen 146, 147
Kamn, Gail 169,248
Kane, Steve 200
Keener, Lynn 200
Keener, Maryanne 149
Keener, Ruth 248
Keith, Barbara 146, 166, 179,248
Keith, Larry 164, 200
Keithley, Sara 108
Keller, Debbie 200
Keller, William 52, 200
Kelley, Doug 200
Kelley, Helen 107
Kellman, Joan 200
Kelly, Cassandra 116, 248
Kelly, Jeff 52,60
Kelly, June 132,200
Kemp, Cheryl 200
Kennedy, Jeff 200
Kennedy, Sheree 200
Kennedy, Thomas 86
Kaplan, David 176,248,122
Karst, Sara 121
Katz, Steve 140, 141
Knoll, Kim 164
Kline, Randy E, 201
Kittinger, Mark 69,201
Kittinger, Linda 119, 146, 201
Kittinger, Jeannie 37, 70, 147,
234, 248, 294
Kirkland, Jeri 294 F
Kirkland, Jane 145, 248,300
Kirkland, Beth 121,201
King, Ruby 201
King, Marian Jane 201
King, Phil 110
King, James 98, 173
King, Cicero B. 201
Kimber, Terry 248
Kimber, Kevin J.
Kieffner, Delbert 104
Kidwell, Don 82
Kidd, Steve 138, 139, 302
Kerns, Tina 124
Kerns, Gina 164
Kenyon, Lea 248
Kent, C. Norman 80
Klindt, Jim 60, 138,139,124
Koffler, Bob 124
Korn, Leo 21, 167,176,248,122
Korn, Rachel 201
Kottelman, Amy 181 , 249
Kozlowski, Sandy 132, 201
Maloney, Lynn 172
Miltonberger, Mi ke 253
Kruger, Ralph 201
Kube, Kathy 117
Kubik, Donna 249,122
Kuehn, Howard 46
Kunz, Paul 137
Kurtz, Sandy 201
LaBelleman, Ann 85
Ladianie, Deborah 201
Lail, Randy 75
La Londe, Stacey 132
Lander, Jeff 101, 130, 131,
Landers, James 249
Landry, Gary 121, 249, 294
Langley, Mike 60, 249
Lankford, Cindy 75, 90, 119,
127, 145, 157
Lawrence, Valinda 249
Lawson, Buck 52
Lee, David 249
Lee, Delaine 119, 249
Lefevre, Dan 201
Levi, Carlton 201
Levi, Kenneth 249
Love, Roderick 249
Lucas, Jeff 202
Lucas, Linda 6, 249
Lucas, Paul 249
Lyman, Gary 132
Lynch, Milo 105
Lyons, Dennis 116
Malloy, Lisa 202
Maloney, Kathy 150
Miller, Kenneth J. 203, 52
Miller, Max 101
Miller, Melody 203
Mandell, Melanie 202
Maples, Bill 202
Maples, Robert 110, 171
Marquandt, Scott 202
Marrero, Coolue 121, 202
Marsh, Lou Anne 249, 295, 298
McAuliffe, James 253
McBride, Penn 253
McCann, Joyce 253
McCants, Mike 54, 55
McCartney, Mark 253
Marshall, Tom 172
Marsh, Carol 202
Martin, Curtis 132, 164
Martin, Denise 202
Martin, Larry 203
McCollum, Gina 75, 125
McConnell, Edwin 253
McConnell Janet 155
McConnell Mickey 6, 140,141,
McConnell Paul 140, 141, 148,
McCormick, George 105, 180, 128
McCoy, Tate 180
McCully, Walt 42, 46, 48, 60, 253
Ken 117, 267, 292
, Joy 79, 90, 159
Lewis, Laura 249
, Sheila 249
ren, Ed 75,160,179
Lively, David 173
Litka, Heather 285
Lively, Karen 201, 121, 146,
Lickman, Jim 249, 172
Lickman, Melenie 249
x, Jan 249
Lombardi, Ernie 201, 132
Sando 232, 70, 71,160
Macy, Curtis 202
Lopez, Prentice 202
Lorenzen, Kim 202
Lorenzen, Terry 126
Losey, Jay 121
Losey, Kieth 202
Losso, Mary Jo 153, 157, 164
Loti, Bev 202
McDermott, Diane 181, 253
McEnany, Karen 126, 124
McFarland, Joe 55, 54, 121
McGarry, Donna L. 122
McGinnes, John 52
McKathan, Brenda 253
McKee, Bruce 83, 121, 176, 254
McKee, Dann 254
McKenna, Mike 254
McKinney, Sherill 128, 254, 122
McKnight, Georgia 62, 135, 616
McNamera, Hal 19, 24, 254
Mackey, Raymond 132
Macy, Connie 202
Marvin, Danny 203
Marvin, Sharon 121, 144, 145,
Mascato, Nicky 121
Mason, Jon 132
Massaro, John 173, 249
Massaro, Leilanl 203
Matclett, Ricky 203
Mathew, Charles 249
Mathews, Jan 249
Mathews, Ken 52, 203
Mattox, Dan 42, 43, 65, 66,
Millner, Phil 253
Miggs, Kevin 203
Milstead, Peggy 95, 166
Miltenberger, Marcy 149, 253
Mink, Cynthia 156
Miragliotto, Agnes 86, 87
Mischuck, Mary 203
Mitchell, Rhunette 253
Mixson, Joanne 181, 253
Mixham, Rosemary 181
Mixson, Rosemarie 253
Mobley, Lydia 117
Monroe, Marty 147, 203
Montsdeoca, JoEllen 132, 203
Moore, Bruce 203
Moore, Cindy 204
Moore, Donald 253
Moncrief, Sandy 169
74, 249, 122
Maxfield, Emma lAuntl 83
May, Chuck 125, 128, 179, 180, 124
May, Jan 128, 129, 180, 252, 122, 124
Mead, Buddy 203
Meadors, Peggy 128
Medley, Cindy 132, 203
Melrose, Catherine 125, 126, 124
Melton, Marilyn 252
Memory, Lexie Ann 252
Memory, Starry 132
Meng, Nancy 172
Metzger, Eddie 44, 49, 50, 92, 142,
Meyer, Chip 203
Meyer, Robert 203, 163
Micheal, James 94
Maddox, Randy 202
Madry, Barbara 126, 132, 202
Madry, Nancy 126, 132, 202
Magrowski, Jo 85
Maguire, Sara 119, 145
Makinson, Eileen 132, 127, 202
Miller, Dawn 149
Miller, Johnny 116, 117
Morehouse, Dale 124
Moretz, Alan 253
Morgan, Debra 121, 178, 124
Morgan, Whitney 203
Morin, Bill 204
Morrison, Alan 204
Morrison, Karen 253
Morse, Bill 52, 69, 204
Morton, Genie 253
Morton, Jo Ann
Moscato, Nick 204
Mosley, Jim 139
Mountjoy, Susie 181, 253
Mras, Cindy 128, 148, 149,
Mudd, Curtis 132, 204
Mulcahy, Ann 253
Murphy, LuAnne 132
Murphy, Susan 152, 157
Muth, Walter 164
Myers, Donna 204, 205
David 130 Pittman, Sophia
Myers, Robert 163 NOS, Jimmv
As the year closes, Dan Mattox and Beth Caile contemplate their
Myrick, John 49, 69, 114,
NeJame, Mark 176, 177, 254
Neff, Susan 127, 128, 254
Nelson, Mike 254
Neudecker, Denise 10, 144, 1
Nesheim, Vic 254, 257
Ness, James 162, 163, 254
Newlin, Judy 98
Newlon, Phillip 108
Newman, Rodney 52, 60
Newton, Richard 47, 204
Nicholson, Jolene 160, 254
Nickell, Sharon 204
Niemeyer, Chuck 204
Nieves, Priscilla 125
Noble, Nancy 254
Oberlin, Richard 91
O'Donoghue, Bruce 1
Odham, Don 204
Ottel, Betty 173, 254
O'Hara, Suzy 28, 31,
154, 254, 290
Olmstead, Jerry 255
Olsen, Bob 255
Olsen, Nettie 204
Olsen, MarJean 204
Orwick, Penny 88, 12
Owen, Bitsy 28, 255
34, 119, 127,
6, 149, 182,
Owen, Cheryl 153, 157, 204
Pace, Bev 204
Pace, Greg 204
Page, Pam 272
Page, Tricia 196
Park, Barbara 255
Parker, Jim 255
Parrish, Phil 114,168
Parsons, Greg 124
Paschall, Robby 172
Patten, Patt 135, 204
Patterson, Tommy 255
Pearson, Nancy 255
Pearson, Pamela Jean
Pearson, Pattie 255
Peele, Greg 183, 255
Peetluck, Bill 255
Peetluk, Steven 204
Pelaez, David 184
Pempey, Sharon 255
Pena, Joe 121 , 205
Penney, Mike 256
Pennington, Robert 256
Pepper, Lee 132, 289
Peral, David 69, 130, 205
Perdue, Angelo 176, 186, 256, 271
Perich, Grey 60, 61, 256
, Janet 34, 37,125,137, 144,
Nancy 145, 157, 205
, Tricia 169
Peters, Steve 205
Peterson, Alisa 128, 178, 256, 123
Peterson, Denise 152, 205
Petsos, Missy 205
Pfau, Ed 256, 263
Betsy 145, 157
Phillips, craig 118, 119, 176, 256, 123
Debbie 145, 183, 184,
250, 256, 302
Phillips, Gary 256
Phillips, Marvin 11,14
Phipps, Stan 11, 14
Piatt, David 256
Pickerill, Donny 256, 142, 123
Pierce, David 178
Pierson, Don 69, 256, 125,123
Pierson, Ritsy 28,
143, 145, 154
Pine, Hilary 256
Piper, Kathy 256
Plath, Laurie 205
Poitier, Vera 84
Polk, Tom 11, 14
Ponder, Alfred James 11, 14
Popkey, Bill 256
Porter, Harry 205, 52
Porter, Karen 75, 128, 178
Porter, Sam 91
Potter, Bill 132, 256
Potter, Donna 132, 152, 205
Potterfield, Patty 205
Potterfield, Sherry 145
Practer, Rhonnie 205
Pratt, Gary 256
Pratt,.Mike 180, 256
Pratt, Tom 102
29, 256, 142.
Preston, Fred 69, 167, 180, 256
Preston, Karen E. 205
Prine, Margerat 149, 205
Pritchett, Dean 256
Prochaska, Steve 44, 47, 49,
171, 256, 296
Ouarterman, Richard 53, 54, 5
Ouattry, Mona 205
Radcliffe, Cece 290, 291
Rafter, Terry 106, 205
Rainey, Carrol 52, 205
Rang, Paul 32, 205
Rankin, Debbie 145, 182, 261,
Rankin, Mary 205
Rapopart, Selma 75, 160, 205
Ratliff, Mary 130, 256
Ray, Alice 117
Rayle, Euge 205
Read, Lora 257
Reames, Lucy 257
Redder, Carl 205
Reddick, Linda 87
Reddlt, Pat 169, 257
Reed, Dan 205
Reedy, Tony 206
Reese, Ronnie 168
Reifenaver, Mary 205
Rein, Robin 206
Reynolds, James 206
Rich, David 257
Ruiand, Betsy 258
Runner, Fred 178, 258, 123
Rupert, Cynthia 206
Rush, Randy 206
Rush, William 139, 206
Rushing, Janet 196, 206
Seiler, Cindy 150
Sellers, Martha 207
Sellars, Mary 181, 259
Seymour, Charlene 132
Seymour, Richard 132, 207
Smith, Rhonda 117, 208
Smith, Viki 181,124
Snyder, Ronnie 75
Soldinger, Jan 129, 183, 260, 123
Richard, Connie 181, 257
Ricketson, Ricky 121
Ricks, Ricky 220, 285, 282
Riddle, Anfy 206
Ridenour, Randy 206
Rife, John 124
Riley, Michiele 206
Rinaldo, Frank 125
Rinaldo, Mary 257
Russell, Diana 132, 206
Russell, Gilbert 121,139,206
Russell, Lena 149, 127, 258
Rybolt, Tom 137
Ryun, Nora 173, 259
Sachse, Tim 49, 60, 63, 139
Salas, John 47, 142, 207
Salkin, Susie 147, 146, 206
Rivers, Michael 206
Rivers, Pam 28, 119, 154, 180,
Robb, Penny 257
Roberts, Bayard 75, 119, 257
Roberts, Eric 172, 257
Robertson, Dorothy 157, 166, 206
Robertson, Roger 69, 148, 159,
Rogers, Rick 206
Rogers Ricky 69, 257
Rogers, Terry 257
Rogers, Wayne 46, 52, 121, 206
Rohrer, Alice 258
Rojas, Susana 6
Romigh, Linda 87, 159
Rose, Jerry 46
Ross, Carol 206
Ross Karen 127
Ross Marshall 75, 206
Ross, Terence 206
Sami, Gina 7,158
Sami, Mark 4, 87, 158, 259
Sams, Tim 297
Samuels, Linda 147, 116, 259
Sanders, Robert 132
Sandford, Barbara 152, 207
Sandford, Marian 259
Sangrey, Pam 259
Santiesteban, Hector 168
Santiesteban, Joseph 207
Sapp, Kimberly 207
Sarrell, Tom 142, 143
Sasser, Charles 259
Sasser, Katyrn 207
Savino, Litaina 207
Sawley, Donna 145
Scarborugh, MaryAnn 207
Scgardt, Jan 207
Schiff, Judy 207
Schloneger, Dorthy 207
Schmerler, Joe 128, 129, 158,
181, 259, 123,124, 179
Schultz, Raddy 172
Schuller, Cynthia 181 , 259
Shader, Donna 207
Shader, Suzan 259
Shaffer, Valarie 207
Shank, Sharon 107, 207
Shannon, Danny 259
Sharon, lllene 157, 207
Sharp, Brenda 259
Shaver, Barry 60
Shaver, Pam 260
Shawver, Pam 259
Shawver, Patty 207
Sheafer, Stuart 6, 206
Sheehan, John 103, 180
Shilling, David 64, 74,121,171
Shilling, Steve 121,259
Shipley, Susan 114, 128, 160, 259
Shupe, Denny 132
Shutt, Jimmy 207
Siegfried, Pat 52, 207
Sieler, Cindy 151
Silberman, Beth 208
Siliske, Alan 54, 58, 123, 259
Sill, Carol 208
Simon, Sunshine 260
Simon, Carolyn 87
Simpson, Richard 132, 259
Ross, William 256
Rousseau, Susan 206
Royce, Sallie 121,181, 258
Rube, Gary 258
Rudd, Deborah 258
Rudd, Sara Lu 150, 151
Scott, Lyn 180, 207
Scott, Robin 224, 289, 290
Sears, Ken 259
Seagraves, Jimmy 60, 63, 259, 300
Seidell, Mary 207
Seigworth, Cynthia 207
Sincic, Ed 105
Sitter, Steve 211
Skinner, Wes 132
Slauson, Janet 260
Slay maker, Leroy 260
Smart, Sammie 6, 208
Smith Bobby 9, 146, 147
Smith Deborah 260
Smith Deborah Ann 260
Smith Donna 260
Smith Gilbert 260
Smith, Ginger 260
Smith, Greg 52, 208
Smith, Howard 88
Smith, .lim 91, 92
Smith, Joe 128, 260
Smith, Larry 44, 49, 171
Melanye "Monne" 208
Ned 47, 171, 260
Soverstrom, Janice 260
Soyars, Dave 208
Spacth, Dan 139, 208
Sparkman, Lynn 151
Sparks, John 126, 208
Spencer, William 117
Spinks, Sprite 146, 147, 163,
Spurgeon, Debbie 208
Squeteri, Gabe 146
Srensen, Steven 260
Stamm, Jerry 208
Stanford, Susie 121, 146, 147,
Staton, Suzanne 124
Staton, William 208
Steele, Clark 208
Steele, Jerry 173, 260
Stephens, Sheila 145, 157, 208
Stermen, Dave 91
Stevenback, Willard 132, 208
Stevenson, Robert Lynn 260
Stickler, Debbie 152
Stiles, Garland 99
St. Jacques, Diane 208
Stokes, David 69, 208
Stone, Debbie 260
Stopher, William 52, 208
Stover, Candy 261
Stover, Robin 84, 162, 166
Strum, Kim 60, 217
Strum, Marc 48, 63, 66,
142, 143, 261,300
Stull, John 48,121,142,
143, 162, 261
Sutton, Donna 300
Sutton, James 91
Sutton, Missy 153, 225
Swain, Charlene 261
Swanner, Dawn 121
Swearinger, Debra 209
Swearinggen, Wesley 261
Sweitzer, John 60
Swilley, Oliver 209
Swofford, Paul 261
Tally, Leuise 98
Talone, Lori 157, 175
Talowe, Lori 209
Talton, Bettye 132, 261
Tamburgo, Vickie 209
Tanner, Ben 52, 209
Taylor, Angela 132, 157, 261
Taylor, Carol 152, 209
Taylor, Janette 209
Taylor, Melodye 209, 146
Taylor, Tim 69, 261
Taylor, Willie 52, 209
Trapp, Barbara 132, 151 , 179, 209
Trento, Heid 209
Trice, Veronica 262
Trimm, Sheila 127, 135, 262
Trimm, Starla132, 152, 209
Triplet, Debbie 169
Tripp, Esther 209
Trtilek, Jeannette 94, 95
Trulock, Ronald 209
Trux, Richard 88, 183
Tubbs, Robert 262, 130, 131, 176
Turko, Mark 125
Turner, Robert 262
Turner, Suzanne 209
Tyler, Lynne 281, 262
Ulm, Sandra 84
Umlauf, Rick 166
Teall, Leslie 70, 146,147
Teall, Spring 70,121,146,
regg, John 47, 106, 142,
Tegg, Lois 85
Thackwray, Vicki 132, 149, 209
Theiss, Mark 132
Theodore, Leon 104, 160
Thilmony, Marcy 261
Thilmony, Matt 209
Urbanjack, Marilyann 262
Urlan, Eileen 209
Valkenburg, George 262
Vallella, Mark 210
Van Derveer, Joani
Vandunse, Eric 210
Van Nortwick, Terry 88, 184
Ventworth, Mike 210
Thomas, Buck 182, 184
Thomas, Debbie 173
Thomas, Evelyn 261
Thomas, Keith 209
Thomas, Leda 209
Thomas, Maisha 209
Thomas, Mike 261
Thomason, Mike 12'1, 209
Thompson, Dorothy 95
Thompson, Howard 209
Thompson, Joanne 127, 128, 150,
Thompson, Michael 52, 64, 66, 164
Thompson, Tommy 60, 110
Tilghman, Terri 150
Tilghman, Twyla 209
Tillman, Valerie 28, 34, 154,
Tomlinson, Lynn 262
Tomlinson, Patricia 116, 262
Vereen, Valerie 262, 116, 117
Vermilyea, Mike 139
Vezina, Rob 132
Vickers, Valerie 262, 181
Vickers, Woodrow 92
Vickery, Kenneth 95
Vincent, Donna 210
Voran, Greg 44, 49, 50, 210
Walburn, Jean 210
Walden, Byron 210
Walden, Jeannell 107
Walker, Ann 132, 149,262
Walker, Anthony 210
Walker, Bob 67, 209, 210
Walker, Ed 210
Wallach, Jordan 121, 176
Walls, Tommy 210
Walls, Wayne 262
Walsh, Jody 262
Walters, Jan 262
Walton, Brenda 262, 123, 179
Walton, Brenda 5, 123, 128, 129,
162, 179,180, 181, 262
Walton, Martha 262
Wampler, Everett 103
Getting in shape for track, Greg Peele exerts himself
in a game of volleyball.
Ward, Peggy 84
Walton, Brenda 5, 123, 128, 129,
Walton, Martha 116, 117,176,
Walton, Pam 210
Wampler, Everett 103
Wansley, Sandy 173, 262
Ward, Peggy 84
Ward, Shelley 121, 160, 262
Ware, Brian 125, 126, 124
Wason, Chuck 44, 46, 49, 50, 60
62, 63, 140, 141, 263, 37
Wason, Debbie 153, 196, 210
Waterhouse, Randy 281
Waterhouse, Ricky 206
Watkins, Ray 210
Watts, Sandra 132, 263
Weaver, Julinny 210
Webb, Rebecca 101
Weiler, Brett L. 136, 137, 263
Weiman, Dorothy 98
Weiss, Sharon 263
Welch, Chris 119, 213, 222
Welch, Dan 132, 180,210
Welch, Garry 263
Wells, Tommy 44, 49, 51, 263
Westerberg, Adrienne 178, 263
Wetleland, Clyde 263
Wilson, Mary 99
Wheeler, Tony 180, 211
Whaling, Brenda 211
Wheeler, Robert E. Lee
Williams, Norma 264
Williams, Richard 52, 211
Williams, Sandi 181, 264
Whichman, Alan 89
White, Craig 263, 299
Whitener, Wayne 263
Whitmire, Bill 75
Whitmire, Carter 132, 250, 163
Willard, Mark 141, 211
Willis, Mike 264
Woodbery, Virginia 125, 126, 149
woedhani, Janet 264, 252
Woods, Robert 116,117, 211
Wright, Arthur 264
Wigle, Bruce 121, 136, 137,
Wilkes, Mary 124
Wilke, Debbie 211
Wilks, Steve 138, 139
Williams, Barbara Ann
Williams, Chuck 263, 272
Williams, Edna 101
Williams, Elizabeth 89
Williams, Gary 52, 211
Williams, Joe 54
Williams, Katherine 116, 263
Williams, Kevin 263
Wright, Barbara 149, 211
Wright, Cindy 264
Wright, Joanie 264
Wright, Jody 211
Wright, Melinda 211
Wurges, Craig 173, 264
Yamaguchi, Mas 32, 123, 128,
Yates, Sharon 125, 148, 149,
251 , 264
Leroy Gorman and Harry Belbeckjump against Colonial opponents
Yeadon, Chris 150, 232
Yeadon, Wayne 178, 246
Young, Lana 211
Youngs, Kathy 75, 145
Yowell, Donna 146, 211
Zallor, Sue 264
Zeliff, Barbara 264
Zullo, Brenda 264
Co-Editors: Toni D'Agostino, Jan Soldinger
Business Manager: Betsy Kalapp
Bookkeeper: Heather Litka
Senior Section: Davis Gaines: co-editor, Pat Fekanyl
co-editor, Becky Hooper, Debbie Phillips, Davie Goans
Junior Section: Donna Hendrickson: editor, Carolyn Clark,
Sophomore Section: Marie Gregory: editor, Karen McEnany.
Faculty Section: Penny Orwick: editor, Laura Lewis, Dee
Farkas, Buck Thomas, Richard Trux
Club Section: Janet Perkins: editor, Denise Neudecker, Jean
Freedberg, Dixie Dugan, Lynda Boyce, Reginald Brown,
Sports Section: Ricky Ricks: editor, Mike Penney, Becky
Cobb, Greg Peele
Business Section: Debbie Rankin, Nancy Easton, Lee Pepper
Nancy Cowels, Tracy Anderson, Caryl Curtis. Robin Scott
Head Photographer: David Condrey
Photo Credits: Bob Bergstresser, Steve Franklin, David Pelaez.
Tom Marshall, Greg Peele
Indexes: Rena Fazio, Davis Gaines, Carolyn Clark, Lynda Boyce
Faculty Photography Advisors: Mr. J. D. Smith, Mr. Ed Sincic,
Mr. D. Hallman
Faculty Sponsor: Terry Van Nortwick
Professional Photographer: Tooley Myron Studios
Printers: Delmar, Mr. Harold Brooks lconsultantl
Art: Dee Farkas, Laura Lewis
'Mgr , '
Some have failed - those who were not loyal to
themselves and their ideals . . ,
Men have always strived to attain meaning in life . . .
But the few that have not shut out the world through self-imposed
boundaries, have realiked that one need not only harmonize with others,
but also exist as complete personalities in themselves.
Every man has this potential within himself, but it is his responsibility to display qualities that make him distinct from the masses
Men have always strived to attain meaning in life. Some
have failed - those who were not loyal to themselves and
their ideals - but the others, the few that have not shut out
the world through self-imposed boundries, are those who
have reallked that one need not only harmonize with others,
but also exist as complete personalities in themselves.
Though they harmonize, they do not blend into a monotonous
pattern. They create the new and different. Every man
has this potential within himself, but it is his responsibility,
though he be one in three billion, to display those qualities
that make him distinct from the masses.
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