Forest Lake Academy - Mirror Yearbook (Apopka, FL)

 - Class of 1961

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pw, Me IRROR !96! fgresf Lake Heade my presented loy VIRGINIA FOWLER editor-in-chief BUDDY NOBREGA assistant editor FRANK PALMOUR literary editor MARQUITA FOW LE R art editor RONNIE QUICK snapshot editor JOHN STRIC KLAND business manager MARGARET LAUER typist q KAY CHERRY typist DOROTHY STEARNS sponsor HENRY WOOTEN business sponsor contents DEDICATION . . . FACULTY ........ SENIORS .......... SENIOR STATISTICS . . . JUNIORS .......... SOPHOMORES ..... FRESHMEN .... M. V. A. ..... . . ORGANIZATIONS . . . WORK ......... ACTIVITIES .... SNAPS ...... ADS ........ DIRECTORY. . . ' has fu 4 1355. vi . X X , .. li' .,, . 'S I Q 5. , 5 ' . .5 'J N n K Af . I -el 4- . QI" 4a'fff. L 3 lv '. ui- -,tv SYQFT ET' .-, if-. ' YN -x .., "5 ...u ,Anim-. 1, N -:iz my '4 'i ,ru sawn- S- -J DEDICATION Wm. gum Mr. Jones says his secret ambition, for a long time, has been to run for the presidency. Al- though his 1960 campaign was not successful, all 308 F.L.A, students would have voted for him. For forty years, Mr. Jones has inspired his students as he has taught them in his classrooms. His attractive wife, Hettie, has been by his side to inspire him in his work. Forest Lake Academy has been fortunate to have had him here for ten years, teaching English and History to a total of approximately 1,800 students. Young people, present and past, have complained about his assignmentsg laughed uproariously at his endless jokesgstudied diligently to earn one of his A'sg and absorbed Csome more, some lessj the wisdom he so generously imparts. The F,L.A. students of 1960 unanimously vote for Mr. Jesse Jones as the man of our choice for the dedication of our MIRROR because of his successful, sacrificial life given whole-heartedly to us. 4 5 ,. ' H 11 5: ff S Ek-if? cl 'L IFGM: ,X 2933 ,gk my 4 X, , 1' V 1 If Q7 y jf 2 5 , . gp ! - si Pu L':"f.L: ' 3: , 1 ' 2 f 'S , i- 5-lgmi' S i wa ,gg , QL I , , ' I . Y? 1 Our lorinciloaf MESSAGES FRO In these days, when distances are shrinking and man is giving much attention to the conquest of space, a Christian can look forward to the time when space will no longer separate him from his Creator. To see the Saviour face to face will be the ultimate victory over space. Before this goal can be a reality, a much nearer space must be conquered--the innerlspace that has given man trouble since Eden. This difficult space to conquer is the unconverted human heart. The most important task of Christian Education is to subdue this wayward member and to bring it under the control of the Master of space and matter. Forest Lake Academy's long and excellent record of providing the type of education that helps youth conquer this space will prove itself again in the Seniors of 1961. Seniors, as you go forth to either further your education or to take up your life's work, always remember the Christian prin- ciples taught and remain true to them. May you always persevere in your quest to give Christ that inner space of your. hearts, and eventually outer space will be conquered and you shall see Christ face to face. 6 --William Fuchs A very wise man once made this observation: "Ideals are like stars--we never reach themg but, like the mariners on the sea, we chart our course by them." These words, I believe, represent quite clearly what we feel toward Forest Lake Academy. The ideals and the principles by which we seek to set our lives and purposes are held forth by our Academy--its teachers and students and board of trustees--as a beacon light for all youth to follow. As this ideal is sought, it not only prepares youth for meeting the responsibilities of this present existence, but also to find a place in Heaven. May this ever be the aim of Forest Lake Academy. --H. H. Schmidt TW WE : 742 CAairman of Our goarol Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Anderson Genny and Dennie Mr. Anderson--Industrial Arts, Biology, Ceramics Mrs. Anderson--Girls' Physical Education E15 A 22533. of fo C u I t y ICS fwfr ll Mr. and Mrs. Van O. Blair Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blotz Jean and Joan 8 Mr. Blotz--Maintenance Mrs. Ruth Blair--Secretarial Science 'Nu Mary Elam Registrar families Elder and Mrs. H. V. Hendershot Lewis and Valerie Elder Hendershot--Pastor Maas Mr. and Mrs. William Fuchs Stevie, Robby, and Tommy Mr. Fuchs--Principal, Bible Doctrines N-212 Pjily LOU 0, O Cross -Pg-all 9 if aw M1- Sp S' C ahhh IGPS . I Ebgljtelll S11 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones Mr. Jones--English, History faculty H , Y -Q V. I . i is-iifps-1-1f '1 1 f: 149.41m 1 31- -7 1: "WY , K. 'Kiki feitff - .1 I i '1 'fw"Qi'sx 1s1:a111 ,M ., , , ,. K. .,,.,,.:,A.. . V1 -f-f-sf: - sa-wmz - 115-1311411-fsezfsz 2: 5-gigfffwlseggmwf 1 sa11f'f5'f-554 1 . 1.111 1111.131-M1Fhf5iii5i 111., "fPfggiZf" '1V1g57g15?3S3iE55x9i1 ' ' rglgsxrlx 1. M Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kenyon Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Miller Paul, Gail, and Dougie 'O Hal Mr. Kenyon--Accountant Mr. Miller--English S si? rpg? A ni. : 5.5 Q? emi if ?' 7 v . fix -an Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Minesinger Fred and Jim s FN r Mr. Minesinger--Mathematics, Science x - U N xv. XX M 0 0 A F 'XXX ' xnx- CHT1 I I S S fi' fx or XX X Num. f-QL MJ x FV' xx ' " My v gf ,A Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Olsen Carol Mr. Olsen--Press Foreman L nn-HQ. was De Ped QnOf H Mr. and Mrs. Truman Parrish Clinton Mr. Parrish--Physical Education, Mathematics Gffzfg Ford 0.108 6,03 Mr. and Mrs. Garland Peterson Alan, Suzann, and Lorin Head of Music Department, Band, Wind Instruments f 1 f I f521O1'gZ1EZat1- G C U 1. Y IIS LW M ff K ' J 1 I LMJW 3 WW ,WV QW . J 516 Ma ' Elder and Mrs. J. L. Pogue Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rilea Jamie and Jerry '2 Cheri Ann, Mickey, and Lester Mr. Rilea--Dean of Boys, Medical Cadet, Printing .5 A1235 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stearns Tom, Kitten, and Stevie Mr. Stearns--History, Mathematics, Science Mrs. Stearns--English, Librarian omilies Q E mm Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Swinson Shirley, Sandra, and Rosemary Mr. Swinson--Laundry Delivery D111 MPS ectop gflle 11 S Fo 'Dig Od'-961-3. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tompkins Ices Hal, Bard, Daianne, and Janet '3 Mr. Tompkins--Grounds and Bus Driver fvb-,, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilkes Mrs. Wilkes--Laundry Manager M11 and 111 SWISS- J 11 Sb , Q Qujc ble Off Qui Iago eff airy a'wf"" H Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wooten Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wright Gregory Judy, Jimmy, and Jeannie Mr. Wooten--Asst. Mgr., Treasurer 14 Mr. Wright--Bible Mrs. Wooten--Receptionist Mrs. Wright--Registered School Nurse . 0 y ra uf I ,. I . N Q Vf X -Q was CLASSES 101""' 2 'ZR' W' Q' 1 .f A rm f , wnmmfmffm , , ' Q mix: t fi .wj ,f 'Q p f cg ,': f'f'f1.fsQ,'f7i M fs , 7E"'f?iLif7'firifwfm :Tw 'gd V. 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JEAN SUE ILLICK Secretary Maitland, Florida DONNA FAYE HOLLINGSWORTH Private Secretary Arcadia, Florida JOYCE DELANE JOHNSON Teacher Orlando, Florida MIRTHA EME LIA KESIGNEN WILLIAM VERNON IGRSTEIN English teacher Commercial artist Miami, Florida Maitland, Florida K 6 7 7 e a , .Sy e n i o r 5 I LESLIE JENNINGS KNIGHT BARBARA RHEA KRONE Doctor Medical Secretary Apopka, Florida Maitland, Florida 25 mmwmfwwawmwmmmwwwmwwla,amfemmfy121w1n:W,L.--w.M,. ww,-A. -g ,,,.,. f,,.1z,.: ,.-f, i ., . .,.,, .Q Q MMMQ1fmm-WWW 'ff H -' f-M -- f- 2 f' X O , MARGARET ROSE LAUER Nurse Clearwater, Florida motto ...... DIANE E LIZABETH MATHEWS Maitland, Florida ,fa- A M' 'gain " Ja -, 1 'ff' if EY 'X lf ' -'i .f A, . W.. 555, A iii -A . A Q ll I -frwfw ew at wif 'E A YW-it ' -2 ,. if a Q Q. vii 33591 , A' ' I - ..: . v Ar? 51' S. 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MONA RAE MILLER DAVID HEWETT MURMANN Nurse Falls Church, Virginia Grand Haven, Michigan f 3 3 5 3 5 E E 2 i 2 S 2 L i f 5 i K X E Q Z 3 i MNA BRENDA JEAN MURPHY CLARENCE SHERIDAN MURPHY Music major Doctor Orlando, Florida Orlando, Florida Seniord numger 79 WILLIAM STEEN NELSON WARREN LANE NORMAN L2U1g1l9.g0S Ambulance service Palatka, Florida Orlando, Florida -S.,,.- 'ml-,,,,MA:m 'N CAROL JEAN OLSEN FRANK MERRIAM PALMOUR Nurse Dean of men Maitland, Florida Atlanta, Georgia 48 gif-A---31 50,4 JAMES RICHARD PAXTON NORMA JEAN PERVIS Business Nurse Mobile, Alabama Tampa, Florida ,,.. V 542533 ga sigma: 552 Q aggsgsiw iiMg,gg,g sig S ...ia 1, Q A Eqji - 133 -'Q 'awk .um it 1, -rkh ., 135224, J' if f, if Hg- xk .v . - - , ,ai f K at . iii? t f59f2,',.', ' K gif' FREDERICK CECIL PETTY JUDITH ANN PILLSBURY Science and mathematics teacher Albany, Georgia eniora win onord in RONALD F. 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SALLY BLOW - From No. Fulton High Schoolg Les Filles du Roi, Secretary 3,45 Future Nurses Club 3,4, President 45 Reflector Staff, Girls' Dorm Reporter 45 Choir 3545 The Eighteen 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 Trio 354. BOB BOLTON - F.L.A. 15253545 Daleth Beth Gimmel 3545 Village Club 3545 Upsilon Kappa 45 Spanish II 45 M.C.C. 253, 2nd Lt. 35 Prayer Band Leader 35 Band 15253545 Pastor 35 Choir 3545 Academy Boys' Quartet 35 Crusaders' Quartet 45 M.V. Song Leader 4. RUTHIE BOLTON - F.L.A. 15253545 TOT 45 Village Club 1,25354, Vice-Pres. 45 M.C.C. 1525 Band 15253545 S.S. Sec'ry. 35 Flute Trio 15253,4. LINDA BOWEN - F. L.A. 15253545 Future Nurses Club 45 Village Club 4. FRANCES BUCKHALTER - From Grand Ledge High School5 F.L.A. 3,45 Future Nurses Club 354. JIMMIE BRADLEY - F.L.A,l52,3545 Daleth Beth Gimmel 15253545 Vice- Pres. 2,35 Toastmasters' Club 45 Stu- dent Faculty Council 35 M,V,A. Asst. Treasurer 35 Bands Committee 35 Religious Activities 35 Seniors Who's Who-Friendliest. BRUCE CALDWELL - F.L.A. 3,4 From Miami Jr.Academy5Daleth Beth Gimmel 3545 Camera Club 45 M.C.C. 45 Reflector Staff 35 Typist. TOMMY CAMP - F.L.A. 253545 Master Guide' Club 2,35 Daleth Beth Gimmel 253545 Camera Club 45 M.C.C. 2 3 4. WILLARD CAMPBELL - F.L.A. 3545 Daleth Beth Gimmel 3545 Spanish II 45 Gym Club 4. LINDA CLARK - F.L.A. 1,3545 2-Erosburg Falls High Schoolg Town Club 1,3545 Nurses Club 45 M.C.C. 3545 Band 1 3. BARI CRUZE - F.L.A. 15253545 Town Club 1525 Photography Club 45 M.C.C. 1535 Sgt.5 Reflector Staff, Town Reporter 4. CLARA DICKERHOFF - F.L.A. 15253545 Valley Teen Club 15253545 Home Ec. Club 4. KATHY DILIDN - F.L.A. 15253545 Homemaking Club 45 Town Club 15 Spanish H 4. DON DIXON - F.L.A. 253,45 DalethBeth Gimmel 25354, Pastor 35 M.C.C. 2,45 2nd Lt. 45 Band 2545 Choir 45 Sophomore Class Pastor5 Religious Activities Committee 3 Vice-Chairman5 Trombone Trio 4. LaVERNE EARLEY - F.L.A. 15253545 VillageClub 45 Pastor5 M.C.C. 35 S.S. Teacher 4. JANE EICHHORN - F.L.A. 15253545 Future Nurses Club 45 Town Club 15 Spanish II,4. CHRISTINE ENGLISH - F.L.A. 3545 From Ft. Myers Jr. Academy5 Future Nurses Club 3545 Master Guide Club 3545 Les Filles du Roi 3545 S.S. Teacher 35 Nominating Committee 45 Senior Who's Who-Most Dependable. BOB ERICKSON - F.L.A. 15253545 Daleth Beth Gimmel 15253545 Camera Club 45 Radio Club 45 M.C.C. 45 Choir 4. MARY ANN FORD - F.L.A. 15253545 Les Filles du Roi15253,45 Speech Club 45 Future Nurses Club 2535 M.C.C. 253, Sgt.5 Mixed Chorus 25 S.S. Teacher 45 Sabbath School Council 45 Senior Who's Who-Most Intellectual. MARCIA FOWLER - F.L.A. 15253545 Parliamentarian Club 45 Future Nurses Club 3, Public"Relations5 Re- flector Staff 45 Asst.Editor5 Band 15253545Choir 3545 Student Choir Director5 Mixed Chorus 15 Girls Quartet 4. GINNY FOWLER - F.L.A.' 15253545 Upsilon Kappa 45 Les Filles du Roi 15253545 Spanish II 45 Toastmasters Club 4, Secretary5 Nurses Club15M.C.C. 35 Cpl.5 Student Faculty Council 45 Prayer Band Leader 253545 Band 15253545Vice-President35C1ass Secretary 25 Class Vice-President35Mirror 4, Editor5 S.S. Reception Com- mittee5Girls' Club Decorating Committee Chairman5 Girls' Quartet 45 Clarinet Trio 25 Woodwind Quartet 35 Senior Who's Who-Most School Spirit. ANDREA GRIFFIN - F.L.A. 3,45 From S.W.J.C.5 Les Filles du Roi 45 Toastmaster: Club 4, Vice-President5 Spanish H 45 Girls' Club Decorating Committee5 Class Seca retary 45 Senior Who's Who-Friendliest. BYRON GRIFFIN - F.L.A. 3,45 From S.W.J.C.g Camera Club5 Senior Who's Who- Most Thoughtful. DELORES HALL - F.L.A. 2,3,45 From Jacksonville Jr. Aca.5 Les Filles du Roi 2,3 45 Future Nurses Club 2,45 Spanish II 4. FRANCES HARTWELL - F.L.A. 3,45 From Highland Lakes Jr. Aca.5 Spanish Club, Future Nurses Club5 Master Guide Club5 Student Faculty Council, Secretary5 M.V.A. Religious Committee, Religious Program Committee5 S.S. Secretary. DONNA HOLLINGSWORTH - F.L.A5 3,45 From De Soto High School5 Future Nurses Club 3,45 Master Guide Club 3,45 Les Filles du Roi 3,45 Spanish II 4. JEAN ILLICK - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 Business Club 45 Future Nurses Club 15 Village Teen Club 1,2,3,45 M.C.C. 1,25 Reflector Staff 4, Asst. Circulation Mgr. JOYCE JOHNSON - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 Business Club 15 TOT 45 Spanish II Club 45 Band 3,4. MIRTHA KESKINEN - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 Les Filles du Roi 1,2,3,45 TOT 45 Reflector Staff 4, Typist5 Choir 15 S.S. Teacher 4. BILL KIRSTEIN - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 LESLIE KNIGHT - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 TumblingClub45DalethBethGimmel Camera Clubg M.C.C. 35 Mixed 2,3,45 Village Teen Club 1,2,35 Chorus 1. M.C.C. 3, Cpl., Sqd. Leader, M.P.5 Reflector Staff 4, Make-up Editor, Circulation5 Student Faculty Council 2,3, Treasurer 25 Band 1,25 Choir 45 Class President 15 Class President 35 Class Pastor 45 Boys' Chorus 25 M.V.A. Treasurer 25 S.S. Superin- tendent 45 Recreation Committee 35 Sax Trio 1,2,3,45 Crusaders Quartet 2,45 M.V. Leader 1. BARBARA KRONE - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 Business Club 4, Vice-President5 Spanish II 45 Class Treasurer 1. MAGGIE LAUER - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 Les Filles du Roi 1,2, 3,4, Treasurer 45 Future Nurses Club 1,2,3,45 Spanish II 45 Ushers Club 45 Band 1, 2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 Prayer Band Leader 45 Trebletts 3,45 Girls' Quar- tet 4. JEAN LOFLAND - F.L.A. 3,45 From Baton Rouge Jr. Aca.5 Nurses Club 45 Les Filles du Roi 3,4, President 45 Girls' Club Decorating Committee 35M.V.A. Recreation Committee 45 Graduation Decorating Committee 3. BARBARA MEEK - F.L.A. 1,3545 Mt. Pisgah Academy 2. BILL MENTZER - F.L.A. 1,2,45 Gym Club 45 M.C.C. 15 Band 1,25 Mixed Chorus 1. MONA RAE MILLER - From Vienna Junior Academy5 F.L.A. 2,35 Les Filles du Roi5 Future Nurses Club5 Temperance Club5 Master Guide Club5 Upsilon Kappa5 M.C.C. 25 Choir 3,45 S.S. Asst. Secretary, Organist. DAVID MURMANN - From Grand Ledge Academy5 F.L.A. 45 Tumbling Club 45 M.C.C. 4. BRENDA MURPHY - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 Town Club l,2,3,4, Treasurer 15 Spanish II 3, Vice-P-resident 5 Toastmasters Club 45 Reflector Staff 2, Circulation and Advertising, 3, Circulation-Advertising Mgr., 4, Editor-in-Chief5 Student Faculty Council5 Class Secretary 15 Class Secretary 35 M.V.A. Organist 2,3,45 Decorations Committee 35 Senior Who's Who-Most Likely to Succeed. SHERIDAN MURPHY - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 Daleth Beth Gimmel 15 M.C.C. 1,25 Reflector Staff, Village Reporter5 Band 3,45 Choir 3,45 Quartet 4. BILL NELSON - F.L.A. 2,3,45 From Collegedale Academy5 Upsilon Kappa 45 Daleth Beth Gimmel 2,3,45 Toastmasters Club 45M.C.C. 45 Reflector Staff 4, Religious Editorg Band 2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Male Chorus 35 M.V.A. Pianist 45 S.S. Prayer Band Leader 35 M.V. Pianist 45 Daleth Beth Gimmel 4. CAROL OLSEN - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 Future Nurses Club 15 Village Club 1, Secretary5 Les Filles du Roi 2,3,45 M.C.C., Sgt. 2, 2nd Lt. 35 Mirror Staff 3, Asst. Editor5 Reflector Staff 4, Alumni Editor5 Student Faculty Council, Secretary 2, Treasurer 35 Band, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Class Vice- President 2,45 S.S. Teacher 45 M.V.A. Programs Committee 2,3. FRANK PALMOUR - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 Gym Club 45 Daleth Beth Gimmel Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Vice-President 45 M.C.C. lst Sgt. 45 Mirror Staff, Literary Editor 45 Band 2,3,4, Pres. 45 Choir 2,3,45 Recreational Activities Committee 45 Graduation Decoration Committee 35 Quartet 3,45 Upsilon Kappa 45 Prayer Band Leader 45 S.S. Teacher 45 Spanish II 45 Senior Who's Who-Most Athletic. JUDY PILLSBURY - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 Les Filles du Roi 1,2,3,45 Future Nurses Club 1,25 Business Club 4, Asst. Secretary. NANCY STEADMAN - From Jack- H K'-,V V, 5 Lmk- ,- i , , m .kq . 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WAYNE STRICKLAND - F.L.A. 1,2, 3,45DalethBeth Gimmel 2,3,45 Pres. Toastmasters Club 45 Upsilon Kappa 45 M.C.C.45 Band 2,3 Sec. Treas., 4 Vice-Pres.5 Choir 2, Treas. 45 Sax. Trio 1,2,3,45 Sgt.-at-Arms Sopho- more Class, Pastor Junior Class. JOHN STRICKLAND - F.L.A. 1,2,3, 45 Daleth Beth Gimmel 1,2,3,45 Up- silon Kappa 45 Gym Club 45 Temper- ance,Club 3,45Village Club 35 Treas. Spanish II Club 35 M.C.C. Corporal 15 Mirror Business Manager 3,45 Reflector Reporter 35 Student Faculty Council 1,45 Choir 2,3, Pres. 45 Mixed Chorus 25 The Eighteen 45 Decorating Committee 45 Quartet 3,45 Senior Class President5Senior Who's Who- Best All Around. BECKY SWINSON - From Savannah, Ga.5 F.L.A. 2,3,45 Les Filles du Roi 2, Pianist 3,45 Upsilon Kappa 45 Spanish II 45 Prayer Band Leader 35 Choir 35 Treblettes Accompanist 3,45 M.V. Organist 2, Pianist 3. JANETTE SYMONETTE - F.L.A. 2,3,45 Les Filles du Roi 2,3,45 Future Nurses Club 2,3,4. 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Superintendent 4, Prayer Band Leader5 Com- j1ff1,g,Q ,5... Q , mittees: Programs, Religious Activities5 M.V. Asst. Leader 45 Senior Who's Who- 15 -1 R, Most Thoughtful. 'iam' " 'xlh 'Q REX WARD - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 Village Club 1,25 Delth Beth Gimmel 3, Pastor 45 Master Guide Club Vice- Pres. 45 Gym Club 45 Mirror Circulation Manager 35 Student Faculty Cotmcil5 Band 1,2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 M.V.A. 1stAssociate Leader 45 S.S. Superintendent 4, Committees: Bands, Programs 3,4, Religious Activi- ties Chairman5 Trombone Trio 3,45 Senior Who's Who-Most Likely to Succeed. MARIE WETMORE - F.L.A. 3,45 Future Nurses Club5 Spanish II 4. DAVID WHEELER - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 Spanish II 4: Toastmasters Club 45 M.C.C. 1. MYRON WHITE - F.L.A. 1,2,3,45 Photography Club 45 Radio Club 45 M.C.C. 1,2 Cpl. Bugler5 Band l,2,3,4. IGNGSLEY WHITSETT - F.L.A, l,3,45 Spanish II 35 Business Club Pastor 35 M.C.C. Cpl 45 Reflector Bus- iness-Advertising Manager 35 Choir 35 Asst. 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A -JJ 1 ag N 1 3 la Linda Hamilton Hilfw C e e a Jimmie Hawthorne ,L s . if ,Kyi v ,345 Joe Crawford Lawrence Curtis Martha Hawthorne Walter Hickok Ann Deerwester Tom Emde Sally Jo Illick Janice Jones Tommy Jones Sherlyn Kistler 67 4- Q 9 if fi . ..1g,f'ff" A 5 ,r ! gfflif' QL freshmen Steven Knight my Tyra ' Gail Krone 1' ,if ' Mary Pervis Jamie Pogue Sharon Lynd . ' A J rrea it Linda Maxey W :'r- 1 e,'1 .gg ' "':' -f s Dan Potter Austin Regal 4 5 2 Toby Mcmughiin S J lo- ngs 512, ,Wx S J ' ,fit - . - i"" " eg... Joan Melster Melissa Rivers ,L Wayne Ryder S War .:', 2' Ga "' James MIHGSIHQGF Cynthia Mole Gloria Satterthwaite Bufnny Sawyer Q5 J Janice Mole S A Le Roy Murphy Deanie Smith ,X Dianne Smith Charlene Paden ,X , is A K 13 'kg I4, Q. ' yn J ' tffihif S Donald Pervis - J L're J fx Jim Strawn A N 1 Q ' Carol Swanson ss Jia ,JN Maureen Sykes Paul Thompson Ji' Marie Wheelock M. X if EQ 'rl A fw Verle Thompson Jay Tmdall Donna Jean Whidden Gertrude Wh1te 'iff I Linda Ward George Weeks Carole Walker Paula Walker David Waller Chris Walsh Sharon Whitten ,mfwfvb X- wha, 69 9W?r'sf'01Mrs Bill Young Ifwlg. an 6 . fx 32 ,api , ' P r igs fr-N gl f sl I VNS :ff Iris , . ., H wy- farm L .,,..,,. ,L V - :vigil -M ' 2 fi' 1,-'w g - ,wlsffik Q , X xii. :F mg,?i, pgxrg5 N fd l Q f x ,Q F 5 L35 A QL 5 a. A' 4x 2 mai' y w I ,vw K A W, VA f B fi kj :N cs 'rw' F A -, X fiyza? K. . ,, 1 1 s .,L.,L:Q,f MJ f-JO'il ?f'i,Z'5 t f not 2 A ' .. : ' ,,, M,-7-.M K ,GN 1. is af E ga . . S' - :x , L . i . yy gm jf wa f k all - A Q " we. A ug "Y .wif-55 ' r M2 'ee ' c x L A I an 'visa' Q, 5' A K Zig: ' Ex3ff:EKg1i51? 1 A gx. gwgagz.-f 'L fe if 1 f- .25-151-5' ' 4 .-'E , ff 4, s s ,fi 1' gl 43 ,sf 'L - . 3 f 1 . 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They also discuss and act on student sugges- tions for better school government, and enrich our school life. Jean Lofland, Mark Emde, Kitten Stearns, Jimmy Vandenberghe, Chairmang Marquita Fowler, Buddy Nobrega. Recrecitioncii Activities Committee This group planned the M.V,A.-sponsored recreational activities including the school picnic, an evening's entertainment around a campfire, an original Christmas program. The scenic background art work, directed by Marquita. was outstanding. Q 1 73 RT W T' Progroms Committee The Programs Committee plans Sabbath Afternoon Missionary Volunteer programs. They have been so good this year that they are held in the auditorium and have drawn a large community attendance. The Bands Committee plans missionary activities in which the students participate, usually in band organizations. Back Row: Phil Wilson, Bill Wade, Rex Ward, Jimmy Vandenberghe. Front Row: Mark Emde, Becky Beeler, Sylvia von Pohle, 'WF Linda Thompson, Chairman. Bonds Committee Back Row: Tommy Camp, Bill Wade, Buddy Nobrega. Front Row: Rex Ward, Sylvia von Pohle, Chairmang Norma Pervis, Frances Hartwell, Mirtha Keskinen. Back Row: Jack Leitner, Bill Wade, B111 Kirstein, Rex Ward, Chairmang Leonard Hernoud Front Row: Becky Beeler, Norma Pervis, Sylvia von Pohle, Frances Hartwell. Religious Activities Committee This committee plans all activities for a religious emphasis week including appoint- ing student speakers, presenting the worship hours, and projectinga spiritual atmosphere among the students. GAIL TRUE STUDENT WEEK OF PRAYER SPEAKER Elder E. F. Buck gave us an inspirational Week of Prayer bybringing out Bible biogra- phies and making aparallelbetween their lives and ours. Elder Archa O. Dart gave us a week's counsel on our personality develop- ment and growth into maturity. fi 'GQ' W, ,-"Bs Q fm- as VI kv ., 2 f l A ,Ja rlgngigmnl' .r 1 "" M Y .kM,..:::n,,, WMM .,,. t ..s:,X..g.,,-,L , Religious Emphasis W A PRAYER BAND STUDENT SABBATH SCHOOL TEACHERS AND FACULTY SPONSORS Sabbath School A SABBATH SCHOOL CLASS PAULA NABORS, TEACHER MR. BLOTZ, SPONSOR I u ,kzgm-. ,. ,Sz.2iffsus: . ages SABBATH SCHOOL OF FICERS s vefxsfiiii ' "" V 'w'fg912lfii'."f?, -"sic : .3g3g1j,-an ,N ' f-fs, 7219615 1f"f-.-M2,:J:. Lev?-A - f . 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Frank Palmour, Literary Editor Marquita Fowler, Art Editor Mr. Simpson, Company Advisor 78 John Strickland, Business Manager thee mirror stuff Mr. Wooten, Business Sponsor Maggie Lauer, Typist Kay Cherry, Typist ' Mrs. Stearns, Sponsor Ronnie Quick, Snapshots Editor, Brenda Murphy, Sponsor, Mrs. Kirstein THE BEQFLECTOR, our schoolpaper, reflects our moods--our moments of enthusiasm, spiritual seriousness, scholastic advancement, recreational abandonment. It has recorded this as E year and cemented us together as a unit- -the students of 1960-'6l. the reflector stuff -..., .MN , . ..,. - ,. v...., -0- - '-"M' ' W W L Xml W, wa W., ,,,.,,,,,, ., wV,..,...W . Top Row: Mr. Anderson, Bill Kirstein, Bob Bolton, Buddy Nobrega, Cecil Petty, Kingsley Whitsett Bruce Caldwell, Bill Nelson, Sheridan Murphy, Mr. Parrish, Mr. Wooten. Bottom Row Sandy Claus, Mirtha Keskinen, Sally Blow, Brenda Murphy, Mrs. Kirstein, Marcia Fowler, Gail True Carol Olsen, Joanna Liers. Sponsors Elder and Mrs. Poque and Upsilon Kappa group at Chinese Banquet. Upsilon Koppel First Semester: James Paxton, Treasurer Linda Thompson, Secretary Phil Wilson, President Becky Beeler, Vice-president Buddy Nobrega, Sgt.-at-Arms Second Semester: Ronnie Quick, President Norma Pervis, Vice-president The Upsilon Kappa, or ushers' club gave an air of polish and dignity by acting as hosts and host- esses at both the religious and secular programs of the year. xt, mf ff!-W",wgDL ffgfmmhxm ' H iw-NMC' F I Body udenf St Forest Lake Academy -1961- Sill, l. ,gi 3 5 I , if j ' . ,, J ' LQ :fy 11 - ' fn . 1. ,"Ktf K- 3 f 1' til QMS .- 4 -, ,' -hX.,.....,. 'Q f ,::- 15 1:A:Q,S' - 151-, A , M -11, ,gin 'wvgsmw -11, TIE? i 'L . 'Gifs . . 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" . 5 TQVQH 311,-'gl' lv, m l 29' -A f we !,. I x fb iz t ffm, J: ' , A ,J A .,,. A, ,N a , V333 eooemeel , u Garland Peterson Kitten Stearns, Treasurer, Carol Olsen, Sgt.-at-Arms, Sonny Ricks, Sgt.-at-Arms, Frank Palmour, Presi- dent, Steve Hall, Vice-president. Bond The F.L.A. band, attired in snappy red, white and blue uniforms, has given an outlet for musical talent of approximately sixty mem- bers and has sparked life into the student body with its lively and inspirational concerts. 4 l illaqfmui mf, , s TRIO: Sally Blow, Gail Williams, Bunny Wagner, Accompanist, Dar- lene Roberts. CHOIR OFFICERS: John Strickland, President,Marcia Fow- ler, Asst. Director, Kitten Stearns, Vice-president, James Paxton, Pastor, Wayne Strickland, Treasurer, Miss Robbins, Director, Paula Rabucha, Reporter, Nan- cy Steadman, Pianist. QUARTET: Johnny Gattis, James Paxton, Rex Ward, Charles Self. QUARTET: Maggie Lauer, Norma Pervis, Marcia Fowler Ginny Fowler. QUARTET: Frank Paimour, Sheridan MurphyA,' John strick- land, Buddy Nobrega. C I1 o I r as f . fA fm, , 2 4 ff G. R' Q ,.i, WHM .V .-mmmdw. I 5 V. L f a 2 if s , "- s Y 1 Y Yi ,. Y , ' g fi 2 ,1 A-, wig 53i.f,i Sk, , ' 1 no um 5 Treblettes Linda Thompson, Becky Beeler, Maggie Lauerg Becky Swinson, Ac- companist. C h I ' O I' Cl Ie I' S 12 , 1 7 + i H 11 . .P w ,IQ-U.-rs' , 5' ' is ri., Crusaders Kingsley Whitsett, Bob Bolton, Phil Wilson, Bill Kirstein. These musical groups added to the cultural enrichment of the school and community, under the sponsorship of Miss Joann Robbins. CI 4 is Gym Club These students have shown a growth and grace and agility as they have demonstrated their accomplishments. They are under the sponsor- ship of Mr. Parrish. BOYS' AND GIRLS' TUMBLING TEAMS ga Out of loyalty to their country, these students are receiving intensive training to fill military medical needs in both war and peacetime. A highlight of this year's training was a visit from Desmond Doss, a Congressional Medal of Honor recipi- ent as a result of heroic rescues when a Corporal in the U.S. Army Medical Corps. Company formation receiving training in- structions from Company Commander. Chaplain James, Desmond Doss, Lt. Rilea. Boys' Platoons on drill field. lWedkoI Cadet Corps Congressional Medal of Honor winner, Desmond T. Doss, with Chaplain James, demonstrating his rescue knot. JZ-s-ov'-"-'gg' Company incolumn, with color guard, re- Qi. A ceiving, "Forward?" i 'A 'R is 4 f X 1 as . ,1"'Q-isp Rf. This has been "home" for hund r e d s of girls for nine months of intensive activity. This year Mrs . Ford has "mothered" the girls through laughter and tears, examina- tions and receptions, sunshine andHurricane Donna, inside its sheltering walls. Les Filles du Roi First Semester Officers: Maggie Lauer, Treasurer, Norma Pervis, Vice-president, Jean Lof land, President, Sally Blow, Secretary, Nancy Steadman, Pianist, Paula Rabucka, Parliamen tarian. 92 v I .9 , Q J an-sf i '44 Barbara Meister, Norma Per- vis, Ginny Fowler, and Jean Lofland, pictured in a moment of relaxation in a typical room in the girls' dormitory. Typ- ical of girls' interests in these enchanted years is the stuffed animal on one side . . the Bride's magazine on the oth- er! Daughters Of The King Second Semester Officers: Viv ian Lester, Treasurer, Claudia Vinson, Vice-president, Gail True, President, Marquita Fowler, Pianist, Frankie Zeak, SecretarygMartha Clement,Parliamentarian . -Q. 'V . . F, 5 F "f"'?'15"'.' R- 1 'ilu-. 93 This is what the boys call "home" for the school year. Mr. and Mrs. Ri1ea,with their three small children, provide the atmosphere for the whole- some development of the boys from the ninth grade through their senior year. Doleth Beth Gimmel FirstSemester Officers: Lawrence Troha, Sgt.-at-armsg Phil Wilson, Treasurerg Buddy Nobre- ga, Presidentg Frank Pa1mour,Vice-presidentg Rex Ward, Pastorg Leonard Hernoud, Secretary Qi Q 94 A group of boys engaging in a lively discussion, no doubt the c e nt r al theme of which is girls, in a typical room in the boys' dormitory. Boys' Club Second Semester Officers: Gene Roll, Treasurer, Davie Ruffin, Sgt.-at-arms, Bill Russell, Pre- sident, Buddy Nobrega, Vice-president, Charles Self, Secretary, Johnny Gattis, Pastor. L....,.. Q, yn. V... 1 95 Spanish Il A 1' Spanish II B OFFICERS: Bruce Caldwell, Presidentg Linda Thomp- son, Vice-presidentg Kathy Dillon, Secre- taryg Phillip Wils on, Asst. sec.g James Paxton, Treasurer. Bill Nelson, Presidentg Beverly Wingate, Vice-presidentg Becky Beeler, Secretaryg Barbara Grundset, Asst. sec.g Leslie Knight, Treasurer. ' Future Nurses CI ulo Gfficers Sponsors:Mrs. Quick, X Mrs. Wright A Sally Blow, President, Kitten Stearns, vice-pres. Gail True, Secretary, Diane Drew, treasurer Sponsor: Mr. Jones Sharon Roberts P , resident, Pat Gilbert, vice-pres., Judy Mole, secretary-treasurer, Ruth Bolton, Reporter yrsdqx .A 1-.N , 'i s we A Teachers Of Tomorrow Club Notionol Belo Club Sponsor: Miss Mary Elamg Ronnie Behner, President, Brenda Murphy, Vice-President' Ellen Mauldin Secretaryg Cecil Petty, Treasurerg Becky Beeler. Devotional Secretary. , , Business Club Qi If I J I ll SI i t ysit 'iw 9: Sponsor: Mrs.Blairg Ronnie Benner, president, Barbara Krone, vice-president, Kay Cherry, sec- retary-treasurer, Kingsley Whitsett, pastor, Stacey Lindsay, sgt.-at-arms. 98 Photography Club ft :sul SBU' Ili' .if Sponsor: Mr. Wooteng Ronnie Quick, presidentg Jimmy Vandenberghe, vice-presidentg Chuck Wil- liams, treasurer. R o d i o C I U lo Sponsor: Mr. Minesingerg Bob Shipman, Presidentg Don Foster, secretary-treasurerg Buddy No brega, custodian. 99 Toostmosters Club Sponsor: Mrs. Kirsteing Wayne Strickland, presidentg Andr e a. Griffin, vice- presidentg Ginny ' Jimmy Fowler secretary, Bradley and Cecil Petty, prog- rams committee. I' G 'de Club Sponsor: Mr. Millerg Sylviavon Pohle,presidentg Dusty '00 Ward,vice-presidentg Gail True, secretaryg Johnny Gat tis, treasurer. WO RK Reception Gffice for developing poise Barbara Grundsett Bu siness Office- for becoming systematic Jean Lofland and Shirley Ryals Kitten Stearns Jean Illick , ,,W,w , ITL and Swutchbocsrd- for keeping "on your toes" mentally be '1 2 x ax K2 , .ea wgsafa ,. ,lfgggvixi - ' 1 xiii? it , 'ati i H M ' 1 , 1 :Q ii ., 3: i f ,, f , H ' ' 9 ' W? A , , 3 LU , e i r -. A 9 A o ' 'Q,g'mgg,5a. . i M X ai.. ' A 2 . V 1 . K .,g.:j Y xg z ,X Q. l s ' ytsts if i Y s ' 2f1?E2,i1125 it X Girl's Dormitory - Monitors- Barbara Sexton Ellen Mauldin Sue Day Sandy Walker for cultivating dependability vni Bunny Waggoner Mary Ann Ford Linda Thompson Sue Day Christine English, Head Monitor second semester Becky Swinson, Head Monitor first semester Girl's Dormitory - Housekeepers- for learning to create a home J xx. E . N 104 Jimmy Vanden- bergheg Phil Wilson, Head Monitorg Leonard Hernoud 3 1 l A E Boy's Dormitory - Monitors for absorbing the psychology of human relationships Boy's Dormitory - Custodions- for learning the beauty of orderliness 'i rslvi 105 Dusty Ward Bruce Caldwell Johnny Gattis Bill Wade K l tc h e n - for learning the way to a man's heart I Jerry Benton Dorothy Stanley ,. Egg Jeanetta Rasor Esther Beale Judy Hyde Mr. Anderson Kitchen- for absorbing the culinary arts IO6 Mr. Staley, supervisor Bill Russell Ronnie Quick Lca u n cl ry for training in the world of business D Cl I ry - for learning the skills of dairy science Charles Self mov 1? Bill Nelson CAMPUS Mr. Tompkins Eddie Avant Tom Stearns Steve Van Buren Lindsey Sheron Nobert Sammer Stevie Stearns Johnny Rauch MAINTENANC E Lawrence Troha Barry Carson Don Foster Gene R011 Johnny Burk MAINTE NANC E Work Departments , 'I we Q..a,Q ,gg .. ., 4, if GYM for training for service ' 11 Lil- A ,li , V ,L f ' -'Z if ZL d5?ZYJ'35?QTf.xig ' 'A' ww I , 1,1 , ., ffm. if M , 112, 1 . . 2 rn-,-1 mt , .r ig -.rw fi 24. ff ff: 21f'ni,:g1" zx:.'2:a:esrgSHeQg:A a, 333 .. ,... , , , , ,,, 2,1 i k i i L 1 i .Le f . ' ' ii wg Wi 5 I X' A K 1 45711. . .pp -' 5-ng E'54Xi3fQ?i543.?PW1""' :wi'ii'if ' K if Fy- i .A , . .. Y K A-2 : 1 v h, . .:. ' " 'Q t Q ff V? M , 5 Nam 2 A f if L hgh?-"N" V' .iff 1 ' M ' I - jg W .P V 9 535- af'-'Y -F5 -" f,1v'f-0,,,v',Jg'7J.'p'AQ',- -uf' f ma s 1' wif, ,,-, Q ,L ww , , k .,--,4-X1 .fair gre. Qwxzzzsfizb, , . 1 - ,X K W W. 'es VZ' PRINTSHOP David Ward Jimmy Vandenberghe I O9 GYM Frank Palmour David Ruffin Mr. Parrish Johnny Strickland Phil Wilson C u sto d lc: n s - for maturing in service for others f'w ' Kingsley whitsert l Head Custodian Wayne Ryder Dennis Randolph R e C1 d e r s - for developing accuracy Marquita Fowler Beverly Wingate Cecil Petty Carole Walker H Betty Ward f We e g Vivian Lester E 5 Sue ' A Music Monitors for absorbing the richness of music L I lo r o r y - for finding a treasure in books han M l' V W 1n"""' ww! Maggie Lauer Becky Beeler I Z. ai if" ,., f i? 'ii "':: i'fff1.'fiQ 4 "' i .si , 'ff' "' ' U" i i we tt Tai 'Q' f an Q A .,, ff' if ii. 6 Er I' fig' 'kg J 2, ii ai ag L Q- if' L .Y yi A, ,V S25-ini Room mates Bikini baby il? fi f is r 'X it I'm from Peekaboo Junction Open mouth, insert foot, chomp-chomp. Cheese i i ,..,i y Q. - , A t ' l Stepped on a frog! ! Jungle Bunny Professional grass cutters ..,. i.,, 1 Fuzzy Faces in E - f :if iii i 2 fin, 5, f.:,ggi,2,f1i1-:Qfiisi 15 iw , 'f Sexton and her friends About face Those men in my life Where is Bill Kirstein J, M ,Q JF' ' . K AI 1" AC TIVI TI E S 1"""3 ...fi 2 ff I if W by :hz iff A K -.X L' .v J ' ' 1 ,gr 3 W' N E! .A 94' M 'W Q X S . V j X g M 7 f'AV,y , 1 e l gif . 1 c , .cip ' Boys welcomed the girls to their newly named "Royal Palms Hotel" for open house, preceding the girls' reception for them. "Captain" Sonny Ricks greeted them at the door and directed them to the refreshment table. . . Jean Lofland, Girls' Club President, and her var- G I rl S R e p O n ious committees organized an original and unfor- gettable reception in the form of a country fair, complete with clown, candy apples, fortune teller and milking contest. Musical trio, Wayne Strickland, Pullman p a s s e n g e r s and conductor discover Milking contest stars Jimmy Bradley. "snorer" to be dainty Ruth Thompson in a skit. Phil. r J 2 3 ilson and Marcia Fowler Guests exploring the various booths in the "coLmtry fair" tent. Don Dixon, Sam Hollingshead, Frank Palmour, John Weisburg, compete in p ie -eating contest. Winner--John. Prize--another pie. Two more features of the fair-- Country Quartet, Kathy Neilson, Sally Blow, Norma Pervis, and Paula Rabuckag Clown, Mr. Quick. .adn NO' P ? ? Wu . N, 5 Foculty Progrom On one hilarious Saturday night the faculty presented a program in which a play, "The Little Red Schoolhouse," was featured. Mrs. Wright played the teacher, Mary Bronson, who was constantly harried by a roomful of incorrigible students, and finally badgered by Ferdinand's mother, played by Mrs. Kirstein. Also featured during the evening was a German band--Mr. Olsen, Mr. Peterson, Elder Pogue, Mr. Olsen playedacornet solo fora rapt audience Miss Robbins, Mr. Blotz, Mr. Fuchs. --theyhad not known he could play so exquisitely. ' H - v- 1 wt' . 'A K 97 ' A L xx ve Butch Callahan CMr. Rileaj personified every- Miss Elam quoted students' "Foolish Questions" thing in a student that a teacher doesn't want! ' Miss Bowen presented a reading on the "serious Mrs. Blair, uniquely dressed, organized the pro- side". gram. 5 A X 1 x , 1 6 fr , fiii il LSE The Beginning of it All Registrotion Miss Elam, introducing two stu- dents to the registration process. Mr. Fuchs cotmseling with trans- feree Mark Shimek. Four girls express doubt at the wisdom of Elder Pogue's advice concerning registration. They are Ann Tompkins, Lennette Lester, Jeanette Givens, Tanya Sawyer. The tallest: Ronnie Wilson- Tho shortest: David Wall-- The Second Step The Hondshcnke Students waiting outside the gym on the night of the Handshake. if N A facial study of three participants in broad-jumping--Jamie Pogue, Buddy Nobrega, Bob Bolton. j, i Annual School Picnic Spectators at sports events at the school picnic, held at Haines City at the beginning of the school year. Q, ki? , .. U wa, . x Sponsored by Elder and Mrs. Pogue, the Juniors prepared a festive Valen- tine banquet for the Seniors in the banquet room of a popular downtown cafeteria. At the table for officers: Diane Drew, Senior Class Secretaryg Mark Emde, Junior Class President, John Strick- land, Senior Class President, Carole Culpepper, Paula Rabucka, Sonny Ricks, Master of Ceremonies. Junior Senior Banquet Nancy Steadmang Ronnie Quick, Sen- ior Class Sgt.-at-arms. Four Seniors: James Paxton, Norma Pervis, Jean Lofland, Ronnie Behner. Varied Activities ond Highlights 72 zv: if fig 1 Mr. Bumiller presented an outstandingi i Flapjack frying at! Avo11eyba11 game in the gym, where Mr. Parrish has coached teams in both volley ball and basketball. In two well- remem- bered tournaments during 1960- ' 61, Sonny Ricks' team reigned as basketball stars, and the faculty men proved their superior- ity in volley ball by beating the best the boys could produce. T r i u m p h a nt Ingatherers--Kitten Stearns, Jean lllick, Donna Stevens, Marshallann Weeks, Becky Beeler, Sally Illick. They had just returned from the annual field day, which was a success. :fx ,sa I-, WP- if ' 'X ,Z film, "By Jeep Aroimd The World." X: v ...Q X boys' campout. I KPJ5., N l Ip ff L: .- - 'J ' -v :WS Ingathering boys count money they solicit- ed, which will be used in worldwide wel- fare work. Don Fowler, Verle Thompson, , v Q . I Myron White, Tom my Camp, Leonard Hernoud, Kingsley Whitsett. Another outstanding feature of the year was the FLA band concert. Mr. Garland P e t e r s o n conducted the approximately sixty- member group. 1 sa? M ,,W,., S 1 55 . ff ki f - AX RJ, .9 in Hh QQL 1.hrH Q if gi?? I di6. g. Comment? who said I look like a Look what I got mouse? D .1 QI' . -i ff wr A 1 Muff ,eg T f- ' L ' ' W, I v 4. ' This n QL i 1 f' Oops, there goes another fanger Twenty'fingers, V533 Priss Twenty toes Mirror, mirror, please tell me something else xr vgtvw In if 1 L H.. V gig 1' p ., 6 A "" 5146142 . I- .nw Q. ' Who. Don? L 2:3? A.M, A.D. pp- al Wish John was here. At the stake? -WW ,W x. , -., 'F'-Mer 1 mm wQw-L , l .- J' N V 3. 1? ,Q ww. U g , H ,I QNO comment! He got away! i 5 feiiii Q1 fs- Mother Hubbard fgitfgisimggg You left over from Halloween xf fe , 55 . ! f, f' E Iey farmer! Uow'c they ie 525 get you in That? egfwgg ggggg Aggs W'e g -l' gi? rrofeesor , 'Q 15 5? N Z e e M W T wear contact lenses. 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Orange Orlando, Florida a suN MOTEL N: 'F I I 'A i f -V , I RON QUICK Air Conditioned '42 1 TV fl PHOTOGRAPHER Family Units ' A Kitchene-tres ' r , ef 5' J ' U.S. 17-92 MI 4-7924 ' as Beacon Inn Restaurant next door 1 Phone MI 4.0859 El RAN H0 MDT l -ggmmoned SMALL in Size - BIG in Attention to LITTLE Things :- ...gn-sn-eet The welcoming smile - snowy white percales - extra towels and Leisure Area wash cloths - free cokes -233152020 Maulana Plaza Shopping Center wnmn 150 feet -Tile Tubs and Showers -TV in all Rnnms MAITLAND, FLORIDA 250 North Orlando Avenue-U. S. 17-92ff,'pi,gQQjp12gQf" Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stauzler HUGO PILOT FLORIST Apopka Route 2, Box 65 Phone TU 6-6761 ROSTER, '61 The number after a name indicates where his picture appears. Adler, Roy, Rt. 2, Box 557, Maitland, Fla., 53 Adler, Ruth Joyce, Rt. 2, Box 557, Maitland, Fla., 53,82 Allen, Robert Stanley, 601 E. Rollins Ave., Orlando, Fla., 17, 82 Anderson, Florrie Linda, 1135 Flamingo Dr., S.W., Atlanta 11, Ga. Anderson, Patty Jean, 601 E. Rollins, Orlando, Fla., 66,82 Anderson, Thomas Allen, Rt. 2, Box 446, Maitland, Fla., 61 Avant, Calvin Edward, 924 Scott St., Bowlington, N. Carolina, 61,82,99,119,120,l22 Bader, Carolyn Eve, Rt. 2, Box 486 A, Maitland, Fla., 66,82 Baldwin, Barbara, 1819 Swidenberg Ave., Key West, Fla., 61,82 Baldwin, Linda Jean, Rt. 2, Box 414, Maitland, Fla., 53 Ballard, Ronald Craig, 20 Minnehand Cir., Maitland, Fla., 61,82,85,89 Beale, Phyllis Esther, Rt. 5, Box 582 A. Jacksonville, Fla., 53,82,105 Beane, Eileen Louise, Rt. 2, Box 736, Maitland, Fla., 61,82,85,123 Beeler, Rebecca Fern, 3623 Lake Shore Dr., Apopka, Fla., 11,17,38,71,72,74,75,77,81,82,85,90,91,96,98 126,122 Behner, Fonald Leslie, 521 Ololu Dr., Winter Park, Fla., 16,l7,42,82,98,105,121 Belser, Robert Bennett, 8208 Roanoke Ave., Takoma Park, Maryland, 66 Benton, Benny Jerry, Box 1079, Collegedale, Tenn., 53,106,119 Beyer, Lauretta Earlene, Rt. 2, Box 482, Maitland, Fla., 66,82 Blow, Sally Carole, 3437 Rockhaven Circle, Atlanta, Ga., 17,80,82,86,87,88,92,97,115,126 Bolton, Robert Mack, Rt. 2, Box 366, Maitland, Fla., 18,80,8l,82,85,88,120 Bolton, Ruth Rose, Rt. 2, Box 366, Maitland, Fla., 18,82,85,97 Bowen, Linda June, Lake Rena Dr., Altamonte Springs, Fla., 18,82,115 Bowen, Richard Eugene, Lake Rena Dr., P.O. Box 496, Altamonte Springs, Fla., 66,82,90,91 Bowers, Karen Lee, 32 E. Winter Park Ave., Orlando, Fla., 53 Bowman, Treva Dawn, 308 Spruce Ave., Orlando, Fla., 66 Boynton, Kitty Darlene, Box 1061 Collegedale, Tenn., 61 Bradley, James Osiris, 3948 Edgewood Ave., Fort Meyers, Fla., l8,40,82,95, 105,114,120 Bradwell, Sandra Darlene, P.O. Box 7565, Orlando, Fla., 53,82,85,87,88,89,9O,91 Brower, Joan Marie, P.O. Box 293, Mango, Fla., 53,82,120 Brown, Richard A., 511 18th St., Orlando, Fla., 66,82,90,91 Buckhalter, Eva Mae, 2606 Greenleas Dr., Orlando, Fla., 53 Buckhalter, Frances, 2606 Greenleas Dr., Orlando, Fla., 19,82 Burk, John Jay, Box 333, Maitland, Fla., 61,82,108 Burnham, Carol Emily, Rt. 2, Box 740, Maitland, Fla., 53,82,.87,90,91,97 Byers, Robert James, 336 Thalia, Orlando, Fla., 53,90,91 Caldwell, Charles Edward, 527 W. King Ave., Orlando, Fla., 66,99 Caldwell, Norman Bruce, 2430 Lincoln Ave., Miami 33, Fla., 19,80,82,90,91,96,99,105 Camp, Thomas, 3487 Harrison Rd., East Point, Ga., 19,74,82,90,91,99,100,123 Campbell, Brenda Gail, Rt. 2, Box 422, Palmetto, Fla., 67,82,89,119 Campbell, Willard Martin, Rt. 2, Box 422, Palmetto, Fla., 19,82,89,114 Canterbury, Carol Montez, P.O. Box 835, Panama City, Fla. Carlson, Curtis Keith, Rt. 2, Box 468, Maitland, Fla., 67,82,85 Carlson, Rodney Lyle, Rt. 2, Box 468, Maitland, Fla., 53,82,85,87,90,91,99 Carson, Barry DeLaine, 429, S. W. 22 Terrace, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 54,90,91,99,100, 108 Carson, LeJanice Kay, 429, S. W. 22 Terrace, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 67,82,124 Carter, Jerry Franklin, Rt. 7, Box 61, Orlando, Fla., 61,82,89 Carter, Richard Wayne, Rt. 7, Box 61, Orlando, Fla., 54,89 Cherry, Kay Jean, Box A, Avon Park, Fla., 54,70,79,98,124 Clark, David Alan, 42 E. Steele Ave., Orlando, Fla., 54,82 Clark, Linda Jean, 42 E. Steele Ave., Orlando, Fla., 20,82 Claus, Myrtle Helen, Rt. 2, Box 454 A. Maitland, Fla., 54,80,98 Clement, Martha Ann, 603 E. Oak St., Arcadia, Fla., 67,93 Cole, Rogera Ruth, 2610 Middlesex Rd., Orlando, Fla., 67,82,85,127 Collins, Elden LeRoy, 110 E. Winter Park Ave., Orlando, Fla., 67,85,89,112 Crawford, Joseph Forrest, Rt. 2, Box 452 A. Maitland, Fla., 67,85,99 Crews, James Jay, 640 Manor Rd., Maitland, Fla., 61,62,82,115 Croft, Roy Edward, 786 Central Ave., Macon, Ga., 62,82 Cruze, Bari Maurice, 1041 Locust Ave., Pinecastle Br., Orlando, Fla., 20,82,99 Culpepper, Linda Carole, 3519 Jamison Dr., Apopka, Fla., 54,77,81,82,87,118,121 Curtis, Lawrence Andrew, Rt. 2, Box 322, Maitland, Fla., 67 Curtis, Linda Lee, Rt. 2, Box 322, Maitland, Fla., 62,112,119 Dansby, Gloria Jean, Rt. 2, Box 1751, Panama City, Fla., 82 Davis, James Leonne, 2309 Bedford Rd., Orlando, Fla., 54,82,85,122 Day, Susanne Marie, 8021 32nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg, Fla., 54,85,104 Decker, Forrest Emmett, Rt. 2, Box 432, Maitland, Fla., 62,82 Deerwester, Clarissa Anne, Rt. 2, Box 723, Maitland, Fla., 67,82 Dickerhoff, Clara Elaine, Rt. 2, Box 550, Maitland, Fla., 20,82,98,115 Dillon, Kathryn Marie, 209 E. Evans, Orlando, Fla., 20,82,96,126 Dixon, John Donald, 279 N. Holly Dr., West Palm Beach, Fla., 21,l05,82,84,85,87,88,90,91,95,105,115, 118,122,126 Drew, Patricia Diane, 1418 Sanford Rd., Mount Dora, Fla., 52,54,81,82,85,87,97,121,126 Earley, LaVerne Myron, Rt. 2, Box 181, Apopka, Fla., 21,89 Eichhorn, Jane Audrey, 1833 Harmon Ave., Winter Park, Fla., 21,82 Eldridge, Carol Lee, 223 E. Winter Park Ave., Orlando, Fla., 62,82,89 Emde, Mark Duane, Rt. 1, Box 534, Apopka, Fla., 52,54,72,73,74,81,82,87,121,126 Emde, Thomas Dean, Rt. 1, Box 534, Apopka, Fla., 66,67,81,82,115 English, Mary Christine, Rt. 1, Box 484, Sanford, Fla., 21,39,70,82,104,112 Erickson, Joseph Robert, P.O. Box 595, Canal Point, Fla., 22,87,90,91,99,114,126,145 Faltin, Wendy Joan, 601 E. Rollins Ave., Orlando, Fla., 62,82,89,120 Farley, Rosalie Ann, 542 Faulkner St., New Smyrna Beach, Fla., 67 Felts, Marshal Dosher, Rt. 2, Box 568, Maitland, Fla., 67 Ferree, Joel William, 4414 Edgewater Dr., Orlando, Fla., 62,82,98 Ford, Mary Ann, Rt. 1, Box 122 A, Longwood, Fla., 22,41,77,82,98, 104 Ford, Ray Gorham, Rt. 1, Box 122 A, Longwood, Fla., 67,82,85,98,99 Foster, Don Eugene, 13-3 Azalea Lane, Winter Park, Fla., 54,99,108,119 Fowler, Donald Henry, Rt. 2, Box 442, Maitland, Fla., 67,82,122,123 Fowler, Johnny Malcolm, 1206 Arthur Ave., Panama City, Fla., 62,82 Fowler, Marcia Elizabeth, Charleston, S. Carolina, 22,80,86,87,85,88,114 Fowler, Marquita Joelle, Rt. 2, Box 195, Leesburg, Ga., 61,62,73,78,82,85,87,93,101,105,110,123 Fowler, Virginia Lois, Rt. 2, Box 195, Leesburg, Ga., 22,45,72,77,78,81,82,85,86,87,88,93,98,105,124,152 Fuller, Arlene Elizabeth, 1839 Biscayne Dr., Winter Park, Fla., 67,82 Gardner, Dorothy Elaine, 2000 Jewell Ave., Winter Park, Fla., 54,97 Gardner, Rickey Harvey, 3100 Helen St., Orlando, Fla., 67 g Gattis, John Wilson, Rt. 16, Simpson Rd., Knoxville, Tenn., 55,82,86,87,88,89,90,91,95,100,105 Genton, Ellen Dena, 1102 25th Ct. E., Bradenton, Fla., 55,82 Gilbert, Patricia Gayle, 601 E. Rollins Ave., Orlando, Fla., 55,82,97,115 Givens, Jeanette D., 2020 Lucerene, West Palm Beach, Fla., 55,118 Gordon, Sheila Lorraine, 420 Lake Shore Dr., Eustis, Fla., 55,90,91,126 Gould, Jean Roy, 3608 S. Fed. Highway, Delray Beach, Fla., 55 Griffin, Andrea Elizabeth, 601 E. Rollins Ave., Orlando, Fla., 23,40,82,121,152,144 Griffin, Bryon Kent, 601 E. Rollins Ave., Orlando, Fla., 16,23,39,82,90,91,99 Grundset, Barbara Jean, 10450 50th Ave. Circle N., St. Petersburg, Fla., 23,96,124,126 Grundset, Kenneth William, 10450 50th Ave. Circle N., St. Petersburg, Fla., 55,99,112 Hall, Delores Ann, 3322 Sunnybrook S., Jacksonville, Fla., 23,82 Hall, Rozann Adella, 2200 Bedford Rd., Orlando, Fla., 61,62,82,98 Hall, Sharyn Elizabeth, 2714 Norfolk Rd., Orlando, Fla., 62,82,85 Hall, Stephen Anthony, P.O. Box 311, Altamonte Springs, Fla., 55,77,81,82,85,87,123 Hall, Sue Alyse, 3322 Sunnybrook S., Jacksonville, Fla., 62,82,85,111,123 Hamel, Judith Arlene, 235 W. 49th St., Hialeah, Fla., 82 Hamel, Sandra Sue, 235 W. 49th St., Hialeah, Fla., 82 Hamilton, Grace Marie, Rt. 2, Box 325, Maitland, Fla., 62,82,85,98,120,l23 Hamilton, Linda Kay, 2806 Hargill Dr., Orlando, Fla., 67,82 Hartwell, Frances Ann, Box A, Avon Park, Fla., 24,74,75,7'7,82,112 Haupt, William Alvin 601 E. Rollins Ave., Orlando, Fla., 55,82,87 Hawthorne, Jimmie Dennis, 3629 Mirror Lake Rd., Apopka, Fla., 67,82,85,99 Hawthorne, Sarah Belle, Rt. 2, Box 329, Maitland, Fla., 62,82,87,90,91,124 Hawthorne, Elizabeth Martha, Rt. 2, Box 329, Maitland, Fla., 67 Heard, Larry Edward, Box 305, Maitland, Fla., 62 Hendershot, Hoyt Lewis, Rt. 2, Box 430, W. Lake Brantly Rd., Maitland, Fla., 62,82,144 Hernoud, Leonard James, Rt. 4, Box 39, Ocala, Fla., 55,75,77,105,100,82,90,91,94,123 Hickok, Walter Ernest, 1207 Ellen Court, Apopka, Fla., 67 Hollingshead, Sam Pilcher, 2025 Rockledge Dr., Cocoa, Fla., 63,82,98,100,115 Hollingsworth, Donna Faye, Rt. 1, Box 112, Arcadia, Fla., 24,82,144 Hopkins, Stephen Lee, 3506 Mayflower Lane, Apopka, Fla., 61,63,82,105 Hyde, Judy Ann, 1806 E. Frierson, Tampa, Fla., 82 Illick, Jean sue, Rt. 2, Box 355, 'Ma1t1and, Fla., 24,82,98,103,122 Illick, Sally Jo, Rt. 2, Box 355, Maitland, Fla., 67,82,85,122 Janke, Harry, 2507 McRae St., Orlando, Fla., 55, 82,122 Janke, Waldemar, 2507 McRae St., Orlando, Fla., 56,77,105,l22 Johnson, Joyce Delane, Box 17, Fla. Sanitarium Sz Hospital, Orlando, Fla., 24,82,85,97,112 Jones, Janice Irene, 100 Bay Shore Dr., Orlando, Fla., 67 Jones, Tommy Richard, 500 Fernwood Dr., Knoxville, Tenn., 67,82,99,114,126 Jurgens, JoAnn Rose, 9 West Spruce'St., Orlando, Fla., 56 Keskinen, Mirtha Emelia, 111 N.W. 28th St., Miami, Fla., 25,74,77,80,82,97,98 King, Billie Lee, 6026 Forest City Rd., Orlando, Fla., 56,70,82,87,89,126 Kirkland, Juanita, Box 104, South Bay, Fla., 63,120,145 Kirstein, William Vernon, 9800 Bear Lake Rd., Lockhart, Fla., 25,38,75,77,80,82,88,119,145 Kistler, Sherlyn Elaine, P.O. Box 7574, Orlando, Fla., 67 Klug, Daniel Reuben, Rt. 5, Merrill, Wisconsin, 56,82,85,98 Knecht, Marvin Earl, Rt. 2, Box 462 A, Maitland, Fla., 56,82 Knight, Leslie Jennings, 3502 Holiday Ave., Apopka, Fla., 25,99 Knight, Steven Edward, 3502 Holiday Ave., Apopka, Fla., 68,82,98 Krone, Barbara Rhea, 3624 Mirror Lake Dr., Apopka, Fla., 25 Krone, Gail Ann, 3624 Mirror Lake Dr., Apopka, Fla., 68,82,85,98 Lauer, Margaret Rose, 1524 Levern, Clearwater, Fla., 26,70,79,81,82,86,87,88,92,111 LeBaron, Jane Leona, 1174 Ovington Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., 56,82 LeBaron, Jill Marie, 1174 Ovington Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., 56,82 Leitner, John Earle, 5454 Clifton Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., 56,75,77,81,85,98,126 Lester, Lennette Marie, Rt. 2, Box 723, Apopka, Fla., 56,82,98,1l8,144 Lester, Vivian Faye, Rt. 2, Box 723, Apopka, Fla., 63,93,111,120 Lewis, Ann Louise, 3513 Bonnie Dr., Apopka, Fla., 63 Liers, Joanna Mae, Rt. 2, Box 486, Maitland, Fla., 56,80,89 Lindsey, Charles Stacey, Rt. 2, Box 449, Maitland, Fla., 63,82,98 Linehan, Kathleen Jan, 4301 San Juan St., Tampa, Fla., 56,82,87 Lofland, Jean Elizabeth, 5072 Sycamore Dr., Baton Rouge, La., 26,73,82,92,93,102,113,121 Lundmark, Donna Lee, Rt. 2, Box 301-A, Maitland, Fla., 63 Lynd, Ronald Medford, Rt. 2, Box 311, Maitland, Fla., 63,82 Lynd, Sharon Kay, Rt. 2, Box 311, Maitland, Fla., 68 McClanahan, Karolyn Sue, P.O. Box 3144 Mobile Manor Sta., Longwood, Fla., 56,82 McConnell, Patricia Ann, 601 E. Rollins Ave., Orlando, Fla.,,63,82,98 McLaughlin, Edward Lynn, 1475 N.W. 24th St., Miami, Fla., 68 Maier, Walter Albert, 270 Orange Ferr Dr., Winter Park, Fla., 63 Martin, David W., 466 Van Buren, Ft. Meyers, Fla., 63 Mason, Cheryl Evelyn, 916 Palmer Ave., Winter Park, Gla., 88 Mathews, Diane Elizabeth, Rt. 2, Box 406, Maitland, Fla., 26,42,98,124 Maudlin, Rita Sue, 178 Willow Ave., Maitland, Fla., 63,89 Maudlin, Ellen Kay, P.O. Box 447, Mims, Fla., 57,81,82,98,104 Maxey, Lynda Sue, 3601 Sutton Dr., Orlando, Fla., 66,68,82,85,98 Meek, Barbara Louise, Rt. 2, Box 337, Maitland, Fla., 26 Meister, Barbara Jean, 6940 9th St., S., St. Petersburg, Fla., 27,82,93,124,126,144 Meister, Joan Denise, Rt. 2, Box 419, Maitland, Fla., 68,81,82,98 Mentzer, William Richard, 415 E. Rollins Ave., Orlando, Fla., 27,82 Miles, Bill Arthur, 1345 Westchester Ave., Winter Park, Fla., 63 Miller, Mary Ann, Forest Lake Academy, Maitland, Fla. Miller, Mona Rae, 1109 Carlton Ave., Falls Church, Va., 27,77,81,82,87 Miller, Roger Thomas, 5300 39th Ave., N., St. Petersburg, Fla., 63,82,122 Minesinger, James Harry, 911 S. Bear Lake Rd., Apopka, Fla., 68,82 Moberg, Roger Dale, Box 33, Saraland, Ala., 57 Mole, Alexander H-immie, Rt. 1, Box 445, Orlando, Fla., 57,82,99 Mole, Cynthia Ann, Rt. 1, Box 445, Orlando, Fla., 68,82 Mole, Janice Lee, Rt. 1, Box 622, Orlando, Fla., 68 Mole, Judy Ann, 506 Hillcrest, Orlando, Fla., 57,82,97,126 Moseley, Richard, 10218 Caliente Way, Orlando, Fla. Murmann, David Hewett, 1394 Stearns Dr. Grand Haven, Mich., 27,82,90,91 Murphy, Brenda Jean, 2900 Westmoreland Dr., Orlando, Fla., 66,68,82,98,105,144 Murphy, Clarence Sheridan, Forest Lake Dr., Maitland, Fla., 28,80,82,85,86,87,88,98,105,102 Murphy, Richard LeRoy, 2900 Westmoreland Dr., Orlando, Fla., 66,68,82,85,99 Murphy, William Edward, 3722 Neptune Dr., Orlando, Fla., 63,82,120 Nabors, Laraine Paula, 126 Fifth St., S.W., Moultrie, Ga., 57,82,89 Neal, Edward Clare, 6918 Forest City Rd., Orlando, Fla., 57,82,98 Nelson, William Steen, 103 Ashley Dr., Palatka, Fla, 28,70,80,81,82,87,90,91,96,98, 105,107,112 Nielson, Kathleen Claire, Rt. 2, Box 869, Lakeland, Fla., 57,100,115,119 Nivison, Carol Jean, 8203 Flower Ave., Washington 12, D. C., 63,82,97,98 Nobrega, Ralph Carl, 1205 Idilwild Dr., Tallahassee, Fla., 57,73,74,78,80,81,86,87,88,90,91,94,95,99 Noland, Wanda Lee, 1404 Waddell Ave., Albany, Ga. Norman, Warren Lane, 1409 Belgray St., Orlando, Fla., 28,47,61,82 Olsen, Carol Jean, 603 S. Bear Lake Rd., Apopka, Fla., 16,29,37,80,82,84,85,89,98 Paden, Charlene Gail, Rt. 2, Box 435, Maitland, Fla., 68,82,85,99 Palmour, Frank M., 975 Stovall Blvd., Atlanta, Ga., 29,46,77,78,81,82,84,85,86,87,88,90,91,94,95,109,115 122,123,124 Parks, Ronald Gary, Rt. 2, Box 730, Maitland, Fla., 57,82,85,99 Paxton, James Richard, Rt. 3 Box 384, Mobile, Ala., 29,81,82,86,87,88,90,91,96,95,121 Pervis, Donald Eugene, Rt. 2 Box 301, Maitland, Fla., 68,82,99,127 Pervis, Mary Ann, Rt. 2 Box 284, 'Apopka, Fla., 68,82 Pervis, Norma Jean, 914 Peninsular St., Tampa, Fla., 29,43,70,74,75,81,82,86,87,88,92,93,103,112,115, 121,124,126,145 Petty, Frederick Cecil, Jr., 1912 Dawson Rd., Albany, Ga., 30,41,70,77,80,81,82,98,105,112,110,119,145 Pillsbury, Judith Ann, Rt. 2 Box 430, Palmetto, Fla., 30,82,98,1l9 Plumb, Judith Rubie Abigail, 10 Lemon Laine, Casselberry, Fla., 64,82 Pogue, Jamie Elliott, Forest Lake Academy, Maitland, Fla., 68,72,82,85,87,122 Potter, Dan James, 3639 E. Hillside Dr., Apopka, Fla., 68,85,98 Quick, Ronald, Box 564, Rt. 2, Franksville, Wise., 16,30,43,79,81,82,90,91,92,95,107,121,124,126,152 Rabucha, Paula Dee, 4516 S. Cooper Pl., Tampa, Fla., 30,82,86,87,112,1l5,121 Randolph, Dennis Wayne, 325 N. Pacific Ave., Clewiston, Fla., 64,82,85,99,110,114,122 Rasor, Jeanetta Louise, 5824 12th St. E. Bradenton, Fla., 31,106,119 Rauch, John Hanson, 1800 Lorena Lane, Orlando, Fla., 64,82,85,99,108 Reams, Eugene Leldon, Rt.2 Box 534, Maitland, Fla., 64,82,98 Regal, Austin G., 4610 N. Orange Blossom Tr., Orlando, Fla., 68,99 Respess, Robert, 441 Allen St., Winter Park, Fla., 64 Rice, Lillian Evelyn, 601 E. Rollins, Orlando, Fla., 57,82,88,114 Ricks, Charles Shubert, 1818 N. Monticello Dr., Tallahassee, Fla., 57,82,84,85,87,89,114,121,144,126 Ringer, Joy Ellen, Rt. 2 Box 461, Maitland, Fla., 58,82,98 Rivers, Gerald Roy, 2000 West Dr., West Palm Beach, Fla., 64,82,85,98 Rivers, Melissa Frances, 2000 West Dr., West Palm Beach, Fla., 68,82 Roberts, Althea Darlene, 512 Ololu Dr., Winter Park, Fla., 3l,8l,86,87,97 Roberts, Sharon Frances, 1120 W. Harvard, Orlando, Fla., 58,82 Roll, Harold Gene, 4015 Anchor St., Orlando, Fla., 64,72,85,90,91,95,99,101,108,114, Ruffin, David Virgil, Box 1897, Titusville, Fla., 64,82,85,90,9l,95,109,115 Ruffin, Judy Diane, Box 1897, Titusville, Fla., 58,82 Russell, Irene Susan, Rt. 2 Box 417, Maitland, Fla., 64 Russell, William Chesley, 801 N.W. 4th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 52,58,82,90,9l,9 Ryals, Shirley Ann, 711 E. 25th St., Hiateah, Fla., 64,70,87,102,114,l20,126 Ryder, Thelma Jean, Rt 2 Box 479-A, Maitland, Fla., 31,70,82,98,126 Ryder, Wayne Russell, Rt. 2 Box 497-A, Maitland, Fla., 68,82,98,110,126 Samme r, Nobert Harold, Rt. 2, Box 313, Maitland, Fla., 64,82,90,91,108 Sapp, Reppard Grady, 1404 S. Center St., Eustis, Fla., 58,81,82 Satterthwaite, Gloria Thomas, 30 E. King, Orlando, Fla., 68 Sawyer, Bunny Rae, Rt. 2, Maitland, Fla., 68,82 Sawyer, Tanya Jane, Rt. 2, cfo Elder Yates, Maitland, Fla., 3l,82,98,118 Schleenbaker, Beverly Self, Charles Clinton, 801 Platt Ave., Mobile, Ala., 58,81,82,86,87,88,95,107,114,122 Sexton, Barbara Ann, 201 E. University, Deland, Fla., 64,82,89,104,105,112 Sheron, Reuben Lindsay, Rt. 2, Box 527, Avon Park, Fla., 64,108 Shimek, Mark Edward, Box 725 A, Rt. 2, Maitland, Fla., 64,118 Shimek, Mary Ann, Box 725 A., Rt. 2, Maitland, Fla., 58,82,87 Shipman, George Robert, 2020 Hillcrest, Orlando, Fla., 58,90,91,98 Shrode, Marcia Ruth, 6401 Lenneal Beach Dr., Orlando, Fla., 64,82 Smith, Deanie Ruth, 733 S. Overlook Dr., Apopka, Fla., 68,82,85 Smith, Dianne, 6419 Bywood Rd., Orlando, Fla., 68 Smith, Irma Leigh, 733 S. Overlook Dr., Apopka, Fla., 32,82 Smith, Larry Ray, 912 S. Bear Lake Rd., Apopka, Fla., 58 Smith, Martha Jean, Rt. 1, Fort Meade, Fla., 68,144 Stanley, Dorothy Ann, 105 N.E. 11 St., Homestead, Fla., 52, 58,82,87,106,l26,145 Stearns, Kathryn Marie, Forest Lake Academy, Maitland, Fla., 52, 58,73,81,82,84,85 122,124,126 Stevens, Donna Sue, 2904 N. Westmoreland Dr., Orlando, Fla., 58,82,90,91,122 Stewart, Bonnie Louise, 626 Raleigh St., Orlando, Fla., 59 Strawn, James Lowell, 1309 Dubsdread Dr., Orlando, Fla., 68,82,99 Strickland, Henry Wayne, Box 437, Lockhart, Fla., 32,81,84,85,86,87,90,91,105,l14,1 Strickland, John Maxey, Rt. 2, Box 160, Gainesville, Fla., 16,32,37,70,72,78,82,86,87 126,152 Sue, Philip, Florida San. and Hosp., Orlando, Florida Suggs, Bobbi, Box 200, Springfield, Panama City, Florida Swanson, Carol Ruth, 806 S. Bear Lake Rd., Apopka, Fla., 68,82,98 Swinson, Harriet Rebecca, 82 Pine Valley Rd., Savannah, Ga., 33,81,82 Swinson, Shirley Ann, Box 307, Rt.2, Maitland, Fla., 65,82,90,91 Sykes, Joan Lee, 5 W. Princeton Ave., Orlando, Fla., 59,85,115 Sykes, Maureen Beth, 5 W. Princeton Ave., Orlando, Fla., 69,82,97,98 Symonette, Janette Christine, Current Eleuthera, Bahamas, 33 Thatcher, Jacquelyn Elaine, 906 Sonja Place, Apopka, Fla., 65,82,98 Thompson, Linda Claire, Box 974, West Palm Beach, Fla., 33,72,8l,82,85,96,98,104, Thompson, Paul Lawrence, 1999 Miller Ave., Winter Park, Fla., 69 Thompson, Ruth Marie, 6224 Lenneal Beach Dr., Orlando, Fla., 33,46,114 Thompson, Verle Burton, 6224 Lenneal Beach Dr., Orlando, Fla., 69,82,120,l23 Thorp, Virgil DeLow, La Concepcion, Chiriqui, Republic of Panama, 59,82,115,145 Tindall, Don Jay, 2399 Westminster St., Winter Park, Fla., 69 Tollerton, Charlene Marie, West Main Street, Mexico, New York Tompkins, Amy Ann, Box A, Avon Park, Fla., 59,82,98,1l8 Townsend, Sheryl Mae, 211 Ocean Ave., Port Orange, Fla., 34,82 Trawick, Donald Gene, 2152 Ridge Dr., Winter Park, Fla., 65,82,115 Troha, Lawrence Edward, Rt. 1 Box 213 Bigtree Rd., Daytona Beach, Fla., 61,65,82, Trubey, Jewelle Lucille, 3220 Formosa St., Orlando, Fla., 34,98 True, Neppie Gail, 438 N.E. 8th Ave. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., 59,75,77,80,87,93,97,98 119 5,107,121,l24,126,144 Steadman, Nancy Sue, 1639 Talbot Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32,47,81,82,86,88,92,98,1 ,87,97,98,l03,120, 12,121,124,126 19,123 ,88,109,l13,121,124 115,124 90,91,94,95,102 9 Umlauf, Lana Marcine, 217 Wilshire Dr., Casselberry, Fla., 65,82 Van Buren, Stephen Edward, Rt. 3 Box 713, Bradenton, Fla., 59,85,90,9l,l08,123 Vandenberghe, James Gustan, Rt. 2 Box 92, Tampa, Fla., 52,59,70,72,73,74,8-2,83,84,85,87,88,90,91,99, l05,109,118,126 Vinson, Claudia Olinder, 2413 McGregor, Ft. Meyers, Fla., 59,93,145 Von Pohle, Sylvia Mae, 614 Hore St., Santurce, Puerto Rico, 34,44,72,74,75,77,82,87,100,103 Wade, William Donald, 435 Longfellow Dr. Box 1585, Lakeland, Fla., 59,74,75,77,85,90,99,105,120,122 Waggoner, Stella Lorene, 1792 Orlando Cr. S., Jacksonville, Fla., 61,65,81,82,85,86,87,88,104,145 Walker, Carole Lee, Rt. 2 Box 379-X, Homestead, Fla., 66,69,82,89,11l,145 Walker, Paula Nelle, Box 299, Altamonte, Fla., 69,82,95 Walker, Sandra Ann, Rt. 2 Box 379-X, Homestead, Fla., 59,82,87,l04,l23,145 Waller, David Lee, Rt. 2 Box 409, Maitland, Fla., 69,82,98,119 Walsh, Christopher Robert, Sleepy Hill Farm, Maitland, Fla., 69,82 Walter, Thomas Edward, 1928 Azalea Ave., Winter Park, Fla., 59,82,90,91 Ward, Betty Carol, Box 716-A Rt. 2, Maitland, Fla., 59,77,82,97,l1l,1l5 Ward, David Earl, 69 Grand Ave., Battle Creek, Mich., 34,82,85,90,91,100, 109,120 Ward, Linda Lee, Box 522, Holly Hill, Fla., 69,82 Ward, Rex Michael, Rt. 1 Lakato Haven, Inverness, Fla., 34,48,72,74,75,77,81,82,84,85,86,87,88,90,9l, 94,98,l00,105 Weeks, George Edward, Box K 601, Holly Hill, Fla., 69 Weeks, Marshallann Alice, Box 601, Holly Hill, Fla., 6O,82,ll2,l22 Weisberg, John M., Box 45, Palm Ave., Palatka, Fla., 65,85,114,115 Wemmer, Joy Marie, Rt. 2 Box 535, Maitland, Fla., 65,85 Wendell, Alice Jean, Rt. 2 Box 454-B, Maitland, Fla., 60,70,97,124 Wendell, Patricia Irene, Pendleton Dr., Maitland, Fla., 82 Wetmore, Marie Louise, Rt. 2 Box.345, Maitland, Fla.,,35 ' Wheeler, David Wesley, Rt. 2 Box 452, Maitland, Fla., 35,82,lO5 Wheelock, Marie Dorothy, Rt. 2, Lamar Dr., Orlando, Fla., 69,82,89 Whidden, Dorma Jean, 100 E. Smith Ave., Orlando, Fla., 69,82,85,98 White, Gertrude Amile, Rt. 2 Box 323, Maitland, Fla., 69,82 White, Julian, Rt. 2 Box 323, Maitland, Fla., 65 White, Myron Harvey, 2 W. Steele Ave., Orlando, Fla., 35,82,85,90,91,99,l23 White, Sandra Louise, 2 W. Steele Ave., Orlando, Fla., 65,82,85,89,l20 Whitt, James Leroy Douglas, Box A Walker Memorial San. gl Hospital, Avon Park, Fla., 65,82,85,l22 Whitsett, Kingsley Pierce, 4506 Seybold Ave., Orlando, Fla., 35,44,80,82,88,90,9l,98,110,123 Whitten, Sharon Kaye, Box 433 Rt. 2, Maitland, Fla., 69 Williams, Charles Lloyd, 241 Rippling Lane, Winter Park, Fla., 39,82,85,87,99,l22 Williams, Gayle Melinda, Rt. 5 Box 261 M2, Tampa, Fla., 60,81,86,87,88,90,91,119 Wilson, Emily Rose, Rt. 2 Box 342, Maitland, Fla., 65,82 Wilson, Lorena Faye, Rt. 2 Box 342, Maitland, Fla., 60,82 Wilson, Phillip Wayne, Box 76, Bay Minette, Ala., 36,45,71,72,74,77,81,82,88,90,9l,94,95,96,105,109,114 Wilson, Ron Lee, Rt. 3, Box 237, Dade City, Fla., 60,119 Wingate, Beverly Ann, Box 563, Ft. Meade, Fla., 36,82,96,98,ll0,145 Wooten, Gaylen Dale, 301 Ellicott, Tampa, Fla., 60 Young, William Mason, 100 Edgemon Ave., Cassleberry, Fla., 69 Zeak, Frances Ann, Box 563, Eustis, Fla., 65,93 mv '5- zyi 3 jf' sf E V -AON fx" x Wafflf if?f5iifw N K, 5' ' wfkiggfg ,J ? i,,f:25f,fief I W Q iii +V M. Q Si EQQWX w J


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