Twin Lakes High School - Aquarian Yearbook (West Palm Beach, FL)
- Class of 1971
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With the dawning of an age so dawns a new school, Twin Lakes High. In the beginning, as
in anything new and different, change has taken place and with it chaotic conditions have
arisen. The first graduating class of Twin Lakes High has had to bear many pressures during
these alterations. After the changes have been accepted, a smoothing over period begins.
Thus paving the way for future endeavors.
Students have gradually begun to form new traditions and mold the school for future
yearslf Mostlof our new traditions center around extra curricular activities. A prime example
of these traditions is the changing of the mascot. Today we find ourselves led to victory after
victory bythe Twin Lakes Ram. We also find ourselves forming new traditions in our daily
routine with the election of co-officers in the classes. .4
It has been left up to the first yearin the life of this new school to learn how to deal with
the many conflicts brought on by the combining of two groups with a past of such old and
dear traditions. Now we find that friendships have been crystalized, a new spirit has
awakened and the cornerstone for the future has been laid forever and ever.
FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION
ORGANIZATIONS . . .
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CLASSES . . .
ADVERTISEMENTS . . .
With the dawning of an age we tend to look back and
honor those of a previous age. In keeping with this
tradition, we are looking back and honoring Mrs.
Frances Hennessey and Mrs. Esther Black.
Mrs. Hennessey, with true, dedication, taught thirty
years at old Palm Beach High School. During twenty-
five of those thirty years Mrs. Hennessey was the
sponsor of the Editorial Staff of the ROYAL PALM. In
her years as sponsor she laid the foundation for our
new yearbook, the Aquarian and for this we wish to
offer our sincere thanks.
Co-sponsoring the former ROYAL PALM for twelve
years, Mrs. Black proved to be a model of understand-
ing and stability. She has given of herself in teaching to
her students during a span of thirty-three years -
twelve years at Follsberry, W. Va. and twenty-one
years here in Palm Beach County. With her shining
personality she is one of the most beloved teachers at
Twin Lakes High School.
With deep esteem we do here by dedicate our year-
book to two ladies who have made the teaching pro-
fession an honored one.
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Supervising Principal - Herbert H. Bridwell
To the students of Twin Lakes High
The 1970-71 school year has been one of adjustment
for students and faculty of Twin Lakes High School.
Two fine schools with proud traditions have combined
into one. Our activities have given each of us a
number of fine experiences to remember with warmth
and fondness, and I am sure that our program next
year will function just a little better because we
all have had rich opportunities to grow in responsibil-
ity and cooperation.
I extend special appreciation to the students and
sponsor who prepared our Yearbook.
My best wishes go with you as you accept the
challenge of another year's work as you continue your
education or at work.
Sinc ei yours
Herbert H. Bridwell
HERBERT H. BRIDWELL, SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL
B.S. Tennessee A. 81 I. State Univ., M.A.
ROBERT C. PICKENS, BUILDING PRINCIPAL
B.S. Georgia Southern College, M.A.
George Peabody College
t The Top Of The Heap
This is where the buck stops. As principle of a
school, a man must be willing to accept full
responsibility for all actions of his faculty and
students. In the final analysis this makes him a
person who in many ways never pleases anyone.
He must try to placate the faculty, students,
parents, and the county office.
Robert C. Pickens, Building Principal
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THOMAS 1. MILLS
B.S. Fla. St. Univ.
M.A. Appalachian St.
The Assistant Principles may be second in com-
mand but they have a busy enough schedule to
be first. These jobs are many and their demands
are great - supervising the schools curriculm,
data processing, and taking over the reins of
power when the principal is out, as well as
working with the teachers individual problems.
These two men have done outstanding work to
help this new school function and for this we
say thank you.
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Let's see who is skipping today.
M.A. New York Univ.
ELIZABETH RENFROE MEYER
B.S. Univ. of Georgia
M. Ed. Fla. Atlantic
MARY TILLMAN HOLLIDAY
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As Roosevelt and Palm Beach High became one, 1
the need for more than two deans became evi- 3
dent. As a result, the South campus is kept in
check by Mrs. Meyer and Mr. Williams, while the
North campus is the domain of Mrs. Holiday and
Mr. johnson. Besides discipline, the deans also
try to help students with personal problems
which might interfer with their studies.
CHESTER V. WILLIAMS
B.S. Fla. A 81 M Univ.
M.S. Indiana Univ
Guidance 81 Activities
B.A. Fla. A.8fM. Univ.
and N. Y. Univ.
A.B. 81 M.Ed, Univ.
of North Carolina
The guidance department has had a problem
filled year with 'the merging of Palm Beach and
Roosevelt High. At the beginning of the school
CHESTER L. CAMPBELL
1. C. is O.K., but I prefer Harvard.
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year, the department had to handle almost a thou-
sand schedule changes in the first month. Since
then things have quieted down so that they have
been able to council the college bound students
and those who are in danger of failing.
B.S. Fla. AGM Univ.
M.S. Indiana Univ.
BRADLEY B. MITCHELL llMMlE IAMES
M.A. Univ. of West
B.S. Hampton Institute
M.A. Michigan St. Univ.
Now what college did you want that sent to?
The Twin Lakes High secretaries are always
ready to extend a helping hand to students and
teachers alike. Though not in the spotlight of
campus life, they requisition needed items, send
school records for college, and keep club fi-
nances in shape.
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The libraries at Twin'iLakes High School are the
centers of knowledge for the student body. Valu-
able reference material is given to the students
by the encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other
sources of information. The faculty of Twin Lakes
also use the library as their source for information
for students through audio-visual aids.
ELEANOR MCN EIL
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Ask... and learn.
The loneliness of a scholar.
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8.5. Univ. of Akron, Ohio
M.F.A. Western Reserve
8.5. Florida A and M
put the paint on the paper.
Students in the Art classes, taught by Mr. Mesa,
Mr. Singletary, and Mrs. Piche experiment with
ideas, form and color. By taking a course in art,
a student gains an appreciation of his environ-
ment and a realization that art is a part of our
Creativity seems to flow from these rooms, as
products such as paintings, sketches, and collages
find their way into display cases around the
A budding Leonardo.
A meaningful explanation.
The Business Department takes pride in turning out
students prepared to enter the business world as sec-
retaries, bookkeepers, and office workers. Students
may concentrate on one area of study or be more di-
versified by taking a sampling in each subject area.
Though the Business Department has not irecently
added new courses, it is constantly updating its mat-
erials and techniques.
B.S.E. Univ. of Fla.
B.S. Indiana State
B.S. Florida A and M
B.A. College of
M.E. Ohio Univ.
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The Drivers Education course is a valid and essential
lesson in living. ln july of 1970, a Florida law was
passed stating that teenagers would be unable to at-
tain their license at the age of sixteen without a course
in driver education. Because of this the classes are
crowded but the students do learn to be safe on the
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Univ. of Cal.
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LL. B. DePaul
M.Ed. Flacmlamic Our past, present, and future are dependent upon
the existence of English. It develops communication
skills for each individual student and lays down
DIANA CONKLIN proper foundations for adult needs.
B.A. Fla. Atlantic
M.A. San lose State
B.A. Fla. A. and M
B.S. Fort Valley
RUTH KYTE E'
M.A. Columbia Univ.
M.A.S.S. Western Res.
Life begins at 3:00 P.M.
For the first time Seniors were able to increase their
expressive abilities through two new courses known as
Creative Writing and World Literature. juniors and
Sophomores continued to be exposed to the concept
known as team teaching, which seeks to present the
students a wider range of knowledge.
That Daniel Webster sure
A.B. Fla. A and M
M.A. New York
A.B. Morris Brown
M.5. W. Atlantic
B.A. Fla. Atlantic
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Now you know you were pretty cheeky.
A.B. Bethany College
M.L. Univ. of Pittsburgh
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B.A. Concordia College
B.A. Univ. of Florida
M.Ed. Florida Atlantic
The greatest barrier separating man is not the
oceans, nor the land, but the multitude of tongues
spoken. The study of different people and lan-
guages help us to reveal countless personalities
and cultures around the world. At Twin Lakes
High the languages of French, German, and Span-
ish are being offered. A fifth year Spanish and
third year German have been added.
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You've got to be kidding!
PAULINE PERUSSE i
B.A. Univ. of Wales
B.5. Fla. Atlantic
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Home Economics is designed to give experiences and
understanding in the art of homemaking. Under the di-S
rection of Mrs. Brister and Mrs. jenkins, girls learn to
create gastronomic delites and designer fashions to en-
hance their abilities as homemakers.
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Brew up a manwitch! She burnt the waterlll?
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8.5. Univ. of
B.S. Florida A. and M.
M.S. Hampton Institute
A future mechanic at work.
The Industrial Arts Department realizes
man's potential and enables him to develop
his talents to the fullest extent. Students
taking the courses offered work with their
hands to build and create.
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Indiana State B.S.
B.S. Fla. A. and M.
B.S.E. Fla. Atlantic
Women's lib. strikes again!!
Math on North Campus.
Replacing Mr. Cor, Mrs. Nichols reveals the mysteries
Of Th Future
The Mathematics Department of T.L.H.S. is a
very important part of the school as it fulfills the
needs of many students with different goals. The
courses offered range from basic math to calculus
depending upon the potential of the student in-
volved. Through this Mathematics Department
the youth of today are prepared for a compe-
1 and 1 is 2, not 3.
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B.S. Florida A. and M. Univ.
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B.S. Ball State
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8.D. Bethany Seminary
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A.B. Union College
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Mr. Mucci and Miss Carpenter head the Music
Department at Twin Lakes High. Under their
leadership, students learn to sing and read music,
along with learning the correct way in playing
band instruments. So far this year the band has
given performances at pep rallies and football
games, while the chorus has entertained at the
Thanksgiving and Christmas assemblies.
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"You don't blow through that endlll
Trying to provide students with a feeling of
physical well being and attributes of good sports-
manship, the physical education department of-
fers a variety of courses from baseball to gym-
nastics. Though students don't particularly enjoy
that wet,,sticky feeling, a spirit of fun and com-
petition pervade the classes.
Five years of dancing lessons for this?
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He flies through the air with the greatest of ease.
MARSHA KING if
ROGER COFFEY JOSEPH MITCHELL 5
B.S. Bethune B.S. Ha. AGM
M.S. Indiana -
St., Fla. Atlantic
SALLY SPILLMAN 3
M.A.' Peabody .
Our Science Department is striving to pre-
pare our students to meet the challenges of
this complex and problem filled world. To
meet the need for new and more advanced
courses, Twin Lakes has added a course in
Marine Biology to its curriculum. Thus the
student has been provided with the oppor-
tunity to study a variety of scientific sub-
What's a matter with my clothes???
ow To Conquer
8.5. Davis and Elkins
M. Ed. Univ. of
Univ. of Pittsburgh
B.A. Univ. of
LIN DA EM ERY
8.5. Univ. of Fla.
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B.S. Fla. Atlantic
V. EDGAR LIND 1
B.S. Univ. of 4
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Sit down, the bell didn't ring!!
Exploring the fascinating world of microscopic animals
GARY SPARKS M iiie .
B.S. Eastern N W
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A.B. Ohio Northern
In Th Present
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lnterning for Mrs. Underwood,
The Past. . .
ERNEST! NE HARRIS
M.E. Bowling Green
Mr. Mosley proved to be a far out teacher
I Social Studies
So as l said before. . .
B.S. Univ. of Chattanooga
M.Ed. Middle Tennessee State
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A.B. Marshall College
M.Ed. Fla. Atlantic
A.A. Palm Beach lr.
B.S. Fla. Atlantic
iThe Social Studies Department at Tvvin Lakes High of-
fers the students a great variety of subject areas. The
entering sophomores may take up World History, while
the juniors must study American History. Seniors must
take Contemporary History but also have the option of
picking up credit in Psychology. Students may also, for
the first time, study the history of minorities in this
country and the cultures of many foreign lands.
K EDNA MINNEY
Egg A.B. Hunter .
B.S. Univ. ofAlabama
ies H . DEANE UNDERWOOD
A.A. Palm Beach lr.
B.A. Fla. Atlantic
Speech and Drama
I B PHILLIP ANDERSON
0 B.A. Univ ofS Fla
Testing. one. two. three.
M.Ed. Univ. of Fla.
Many people think that Speech and Drama is just
for those who plan to make a career of the theaterp
but, more aptly, it is for those who wish to be able to
communicate with their fellow man without fear and
on an intelligent level.
Portraying different characters with a depth of feel-
ing and emotion is one of their prime goals.
This year we find a broadening of experience and
view points with the addition of Mr. Anderson to the
With A Purpose
An employer would never let a letter like that go out.
Cooperative Education offers many opportunities for
students. One of these opportunities is on-the-job
training. Many students go to school a half-day and
work the other half of the day. Not only do the stu-
dents benefit from this type of education but employ-
ers will find themselves at graduation time with an
employee with the aptitudes of experienced personnel.
B.A. Univ. of S. Florida
8.5. Bowling Green
8.5. Fla. Atlantic
M. Ed. Fla. Atlantic
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"Anchored We Hold"
The Anchor Club has always been one of the
leading clubs on the campus. Sponsored by Pilot
International, the club has achieved many goals.
Anchor provides services for underprivileged
children and its members have the opportunity
to gain the leadership and initiative needed in
the school and community. Among their projects
for this year they have held car washes, bake sales,
and sponsored a track meet.
1st row: 1. Freeman - Admiral, R. Turk - Shipmate. 2nd row: S. Grove, B. Caccetta, D. Philpot, I. Bogaert, A. Fregosi, V. Westbrook, P. Thoma
1. George, D. Christian, P. Muelling, G. Gullion, B. Eddington, S. Porter, M. Goodan, D. Williams, D. Simmons, C. Munnings, G. Fouts, B
H Steve Schwab - Photographer
Mrs. D.O. Underwood - Sponsor, D. Harris - Co-Editor, D.
Swank - Co-Editor, C. Crumity, P. Denzer, S. Brandon, S. Giles, C.
Elliot, Bl Silnutzer, N. Barnhart, I. Leavitt, L. johnson, D. King, B.
Kilbas, C. Reddick, T. Deese. Not pictured - A. Andre, 1. Haynes,
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The purpose of The Aquarian is to produce a collec-
tion of memories and to provide a view of the year
1971 in the life of the students of Twin Lakes High
School. This year's staff wanted to come up with an
exciting and contemporary yearbook that would differ
from the traditionalmemory book of Roosevelt and
yearbook of Palm Beach High. - I
To accomplish this task required many hours of
upon the ingenuity of the staff in deciding on theme,
layout, and color combinations. Hopefully students l
and faculty will find it to be an enjoyable change.
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work after school and on weekends. lt also called 1
The Art Club of Twin Lakes Hi h is
dedicated to the advancement 0? art
and art forms. Under the able spon-
sorship of Mrs. Pat Piche and Mr. john
Singletary, the Art Club has participat-
ed in many projects including the
Homecoming spirit mobile competi-
tion in which the Art Club's spirit
mobile won the title of "The Most
Spirited." The Art Club also sponsored
the tricycle race and the arrival of
Santa Claus to the school.
Art Club gets in the spirit of things.
1st row: M. Smith, D. Philpot, R. Vincent, A. Northrup, L. Appleby, M. Carrico, C. Anderson, B. Kilbas, C. Carter.
2nd row: P. Vincent, S. losephson - V. Pres., T. lohnson - Pres., 1. Crain - Sgt. at Arms, L. Nebergall - Sec., L.
Greaux. Not pictured: A. Fregosi - Treas., 1. Kersey, C. Potter, L. Gutherie, T. Browder, D. Bowersock, B. Ander-
son, E. Shafer, O. Mefford, D. Hunter, S. DODGE, S. Morris, 1. Haynes.
The Twin Lakes High School Band is one of the most active and colorful student organizations on the
campus. During the regular academic year the band participates in a wide range of musical activities.
Those who are in the band treasure their membership very highly and consider their association with
other band members as one of the most pleasant and valuable high school experiences.
It is true that the band probably requires more year-round time than most other campus activities.
It is likewise true that few, if any, student activities are more richly rewarding in terms of fellowship,
healthful recreation, and the personal gratification which comes from the performanceof good music
and the frequent opportunities to serve the school and community.
The band, holds deep pride in striving to reach the highest musical goals possible, that in turn they
may represent Twin Lakes High School and its student body and faculty in the most honorable fashion.
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Ist row: I. Kemp, K. Boynton, K. Baker, I. Gaynor, A. Riegsecker, B. Riegsecker, C. Brown, L. Pride,-R. Vincent, C. Edwards. 2nd row: S. Towns,
M. Brett, D. Bennet, L. Smith, M. Price, Y. Llort, W. Smith, C. Franks, T. Runyon, B. Taylor, H. Smith, B. Coney, R. Hammond, G. Mallock, C. Ed-
wards, S. Weiner, G. Taylor. 3rd row: A. Bryant, M. Hansel, I. Kanold, D. Witthington, L. Royster, U. Montesino, B. Arnett, M. Bates, R. Brockway,
A. Lamb, T. Fizer, B. Dix, I. Lamb, F. Phillips, B. Egan, B. Parks, R. Powell, I. Bound, L.Grear1lx, M. Pait, B. Mayes. 4th row: S. Harper, K. Blount, R
Star, S. Brown, B. Musslewhite, J. Wolf, T. Colson, B. Burkett, B. Davis, R. Burns, P. Rosser. Not pictured: G. Crawford, H. McGuire, R. Chewning
1st Row: L. Pride, A. Reigsecker, l'Kemp'
C. Brown. 2nd Row: 1. Gaynor, B.
Reigsecker, C. Brown, R. Vincent.
1st Row: B. Egan. 2nd Row: B. Parks, I. Bound, L. Greaux, M. Pait, R. Powell, L. Valley. Not Pictured:
S. Towns, A. Bryant, B..Mayes, R. Rosser, S. Brown, C. Harper, G. Taylor, L. Gifford
R. Starr, B. Musselwhite, T. Colson, I. Wolfe, W. Burckett, W. Davis, R. Burns.
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1st Row: A. Lamb, B
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Brockway, U. Montes-
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ster, T. Fizer, B. Dix
F. Phillips, D. Withing-
ton, 1. Lamb.
1st Row: K. Blunt, C. Franks, T. Runion. 2nd Row: K. Boynton, I. Kanold, M. Hansel.
1st Row: L. Smith, M. Price, M. Brett. 2nd Row
Y. Llort, W. Smith, W. Bennett.
1st Row: C. Edwards,
B. Taylor, H. Smith.
2nd Row: G. Malott,
S. Weiner, R. Ham-
mond, B. Coney.
From top to bottom: C. Hodges, S. McRae,
D. Christian, Ci. Patterson, L. Litchfield, R.
Pagent, L. Osborne, D. Davis, P. Bray, L.
Beach - Pres., M. Dixon - V. Pres., P.
A cooperative education program especially for students desirous
of business and office careers-secretarial, stenographic, clerical
Students attend school in the morning and work thevjob in the
afternoons. Training is available in legal, medical, data processing,
and many other office occupations. N
At least one year of typing is required to enter the program, plus
recommendations from teachers and guidance personnel.
The Twin Lakes CBE Club is affiliated with The Future Business
Leaders of America and the Cooperative Education Clubs of Florida.
CECF holds a district conference in the fall and a State Leadership
Conference in the spring.
FBLA sponsors district workshops during the year and a state
conference in the early summer.
The objective of CBE is to bridge the gap between business train-
ing and office employment, and to encourage those interested in
Hiatt, D. Strickland, S. Caudill - Sec.,
Mrs. M. Williams - sponsor. Not pictured:
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The Ensemble is a specialized music group consisting of eight boys and ten girls. These members
are chosen from the choir for stage expression and voice quality. The group performs for local
clubs and business organizations, and for various school activities. lt specializes in popular music
with added choreography.
This year's accompanist is Bunny Byrd. The leader is lim Freeman and choreographer is lean
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1st row: C. Munnings, I. Semet,K. Herpy, 1. Bogeart, D. Bivins, S. Huggins, D. LeBlanc, L. Grillo, 1. George, B. Byrd.
' 2nd row: E. Chappell, H. Sutton, E. Panekowski, R. Turk, 1. Freeman, O. Dean, C. Wagner, G. Tuggle.
Under the direction of Miss Virginia
Carpenter, the Twin Lakes High School
choirs play an integral part in our school
life. The choirs perform at various school
assemblies, churches, civic organizations
and end the year with a large production
The choirs use various types of music for
their performances. These include patriotic,
spiritual, sacred and popular numbers. Like
other organizations, the choirs held money
raising projects such as bake sales, a
Christmas paper sale, dinners and bazaars
throughout the year.
The main purpose of the choirs is to
achieve brotherhood through the mutual
experience of singing.
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Officers: 1st row: D. Harris - Co-Sec., K. Herpy - Assist. Lib., D. Williams - Co-
Treas., 1. Bogaert - Co-Treas., G. Barkley - Co-Pres. 2nd row: C. Wagner - Lib.,
R. Turk - Co-Vice-Pres., 1. Freeman -- Co-Pres., D. Merchant - Bus.-Mang., L.
Bluntson - Co-Sec., B. Byrd - Accompanist. Not pictured - B. Mayes - Co-
1st row: R. Ledbetter, I. Bogaert, S. Mithell, S. Maguire, D. LeBlanc, D. Williams, C. Howard, K.. Parrish, L. Harper, K. Herpy, S. Sye,,V. Byrd, R.
lones, B. Byrd. 2nd row: M. Hicks, C. Wagner, R. Lowe, P. jackson, S. jackson, P. Smith, I. Furlow, G. Blackshear, O. Dean, G. Tuggle, R. Dixon,
C. johnson, G. Barkley, E. Panikowski, T. Sye, L. Bluntson, M. Riley, D. McKinney. 3rd row: S. Kent, K. LaCroix, T. Young, W. Iackson, D. Merchant,
E. Wallace, M. Marshall, E. Porter, 1. Pitch, G. Saxton, H. Sutton, R. Turk, F. Bullard, D. Harris, C. Stewart, I. Freeman, 1. Adams, E. Horne, P. Rosser.
1st Row: S. Dean, D. Bivins, N. Hendrickson, A. Albritton, D. Rickles, I. George. 2nd Row: S. Huggins, S. Lane, I. Semet,-V. Westbrook, L. Grillo,
C. Wheeler, P. Chappell, B. Coleman. 3rd Row: I. Bryant, A. Gardner, G. Gullion, R. Hillard, P. Muelling, G. McGehe. 4th Row: S. Porter, E. Finlay,
C. Wells, R. Harvey, C. Munnings, L. Van Skyhawk, R. Marrow, B. Cacetta.
1st Row: C. Munnings - Co-Vice Pres., D. Rickles - Co-Treas., 1.
Director: Miss V. Carpenter
George - Co-Sec., 1. Semet - Librarian, L. Grillo - Librarian, 2nd
Row: R. Marrow - Co-Treas., P. Chappell - Co-Pres., B. Coleman -
Co-Sec., S. Porter - Co-Vice-Pres., G. Gullion - Co-Pres., Not
Pictured - 1. Evans.
The Rhythm Choir is a religious group which uses symbolic movement and facial expres-
sions. The facial expression is the main purpose of the Rhythm Choir. Their eyes express
meaning and their gestures are used to portray the feeling.
Much time is needed in order to correlate the gestures with the words of the song or
poem which is being presented simultaneously with the performance of the Rhythm Choir.
This group has been in existance for three years during which time much improvement
has taken place. With the assistance of Mrs. Carpenter and Tommy Young, the coreographer,
the Rhythm Choir performs for various churches, clubs, and organizations throughout the
1st row: B. Byrd, B. Mayes, N. Hendrickson, D. Williams. 2nd row: K. LaCroix, B. Caccheta, T. Young, G. Guillion
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The motto of Civinettes, like that of its parent
club, is "Builders of Good Citizenship". ln keeping
with this motto Civinettes have collected money
for UNICEF, sent Christmas cards to the soldiers
in Vietnam, sold fruitcake to help retarded
children, held a school Easter egg hunt and worked
at the refreshment center during the basketball
season. ln these and other projects Civinettes have
tried to be good citizens in not only their club but
also in their school and community.
Civinettes take in new members
1st row: C. Potter, E. Bland, L. johnson, B. Burns, Y. Llort, T. Parks, B. Riegsecker, R. McCIeland. 2nd row: Mrs. Underwood - sponsor, D. Stat-
tely - Hist., K. Mauher - C. Sec., L. Coates - Pres., L. Johnson - Treas., B. Byrd - Chap., K. Sheedy - R. Sec. Not pictured: R. Bacon - Sgt.
at Arms, A. Gaynor - V. Pres., S. Kennan, G. McCartney, l- Turner. '
The purpose of the Civitan
Club is to build good citizens
and to promote the ideal of
patriotism. Activities accom-
plished this year by the Civi-
tans are the Civitan theatre, car
washes, and selling fruitcake
during the Christmas holidays.
The sponsor is Mr. Ugalde.
1st Row: B. Lincoln - Sec., B. Smith, S. Giles, Sweetheart, K. Adair - Vice Pres., P. Burn
B. Owen, D. Wilkins, R. Ryan, Mr. Ugalde - sponsor. No! pictured - J. LaCroix - Treas.
ey, G. Copeland - Pres. 2nd Row: A. Pendolino, F. Ellis
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These trophies were won by students in the
D.E.C.A. Club. D.E.C.A. is the leadership training
section ofthe Distributive Education Course offered
at Twin Lakes High School. Distributive Education or
D.E. is another name for marketing and sales to
promote our American System.
Our students entered six competitions along with
twelve other schools in a District Run-Off. T.L.H.S.
D.E. Club returned home with the lions share.
Through Mr. Mauk's leadership and guidance,
D.E. has treaded its way through 1970-1971
1st row: Mr. Mauk - sponsor, M. Courson, C.Calloway -- Treas., D. Spurr, T. Dellinger - Pres., I. Mayes, 1. Durand, D. Anderson, M. Mathus
2nd row: L. Douglas, C. Munnings, G. Mallot, S. Shannon, T. Rippe, C. Smith -- Sec., N. Smitham, D. Toni, B. Crisco, P. Thoma. 3rd row: S. Grove
W. Cornelius, T. Murphy, D. Meeker. Not pictured: L. McGregor - V. Pres.
THIS YEAR WITH DCT
Beach Party Cookout
Kick-off Queen - Connie Lambert
District CECF Conference
Homecoming Spirit Mobile Q-
Florida CECF Conference
Employer - Employee Banguet
Active DCT members attend convention and work in
1st row: E. little, C. Lambert, P. O'Bryan. 2nd row: L. Kleinhaut, P. Hunter, Elvira Frances. 3rd row: T. jones, Ginny
Sprague, B. Wright. 4th row: D. Tallent, S. Muse, P. Picard, L. McLester, M. Spann, D. Mills, 1. Wilson, T. Conner, I.
Limeburner. 5th row: C. Hicks, S. Morris, Y. Carey, B. Robinson, L. Elsey. 6th row: E. Burrow, R. Pope. Not pictured:
D. Butler, C. Hardy, P. Vick.
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Der Giftzwergklub, our German .Q fi.,
Club, has ignited a spark of German f N
knowledge in our students. Through
the hard work of Mrs. Perusse, the rsss
sponsor, the members have enlight- if sss .
ened themselves in German cultures.
The activities defeated by the Ger-
man Club for this year include a field
trip to Busch Gardens in- Tampa, a
Christmas party, celebrations of old
German Christmas customs, and a
German oriented service project.
' Making plans for the year.
1st row - M. Marvin - Rec. Sec., D. Davis, B. Riegsecker, S. Kruse, R. Bacon - Corr. Sec., 1. McGaffigan, 2nd row -F T. O'Conner, MYS-
Perusse - Sponsor, E. Rosk, A. Lamb, S. Schumate, P. Parkey, M. Gooden, B. Eagan, 3rd row - M. Riley, D. Breeden, M. Murphy, M. Price,
I. Withall - Treas.p 4th row -- T. Foster - V. Pres., B. Kachmann, H. Postrozny - Sgt.-at-Arms, G. Copeland, M. Manguson, I. Lamb - Pres.
Future Homemakers of America is the
National Organization of girls and boys
studying homemaking in high schools of
the United States, Puerto Rico, and the
The over-all goal of the organization
is to help individuals improve personal,
family, and community living - now and
in the future. Other goals are:
To promote a growing appreciation of
the joys and satisfactions of homemakingg
To emphasize the importance of worthy
To encourage democracy in home, and
To work for good home and family life
To promote international goodwill, and
To foster the development of creative
leadership in home and community life.
Officers: T. Conner - V. Pres., R. Sparks - Treas., R. Durant - Pres., V.
Chilton - Sec., Mrs. Brister - sponsor, A. Albritton - Sec.
' A. Albritton, R. Sparks
V. Chilton, L. Stevens
A 2nd row: D. Durant
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1st row: 1. Sheldon,
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Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Peck, Mr. Ugalde, and Mrs. Olson
the sole purpose of Future Teachers of America is to encourage
people to join the teaching profession. Throughout the year they
have sponsored many activities. At Christmas time they had a tea
for the faculty, During Teacher Appreciation Week they took a
field trip to Miami to visit area colleges such as the University of
Miami and Florida Normal College.
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1st row: A. Bryant, D. Durant, M. Dennard, S. Towns. 2nd row: R. Durant - Vice-Pres. A. Williams, V. Weston, B.
Booth - Sec.-Treas., Mr. Ugalde -- Sponsor. 3rd row: O. C. Mack, S. Peck - Pres., 1. Peck.
Interact, a junior extention of the Rotary
Club, has been quite busy this year in
carrying out its's purpose of serving the
school, community and promoting service
to others over themselves.
Fighting pollution by picking up debris
and sponsoring car washes have been the
main projects of Interact for this year.
Their "Birth of Twin Lakes" float,
built in cooperation with the "Z" Club
took second place at the Homecoming
game. In the Homecoming Parade their
Z-Interact Hearse took First place.
1st row - Mr. Nelson - sponsor, T. Deese, R. Powell, I. Withall - Pres., S. Gilgenback - Sgt. of arms, C. DeSandolo Sweetheart T Dil
linger, A. Northrup, S. Peck, J. Lamb, A. Hunter, M. Ball- Sec. 2nd row - I. Royster, M. Pait, 1. Harmon - Vice Pres L Goins 1 Bound F
Terrell, T. johnson, B. Smith. 3rd row -- H. Postrozny -- Treas., M. Dull, D. Withington, T. Murphy.
lr. Four Arts
The junior Four Arts CIub's purpose is to take educational and recreational excursions and field trips to
various places of interest. To raise money for these trips, the club sold hot dogs at football games.
Mr. McManus and Mrs. Andre, the sponsors, have done well in encouraging the members to learn from
visiting interesting places. This year they have gone to see Laiser Art and have made trips to places such as The
Norton Art Gallery, Science Museum, and Planetarium.
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1st Row: S. Schwab -lPres., S. Dodge - Sec., M. Gaylord - V.,Pres. 2nd Royv:R. Kroog, M. Fernandez - Sgt.
at Arms. D. Harris - Program Chair., I. LaCroix - Parl., S. Giles - Sgt. at Arms, B. Mack - Treas.,-1. Leavitt,
N. Barnhart, Mr. McManus - Sponsor. 3rd Row: W. Stephens, R. Vincent, B. Thompson, M. Rattinger, R.
Robertson, I. Malone, C. DeSandolo, B. Kilbas, M. Lambert. 4th Row: Mrs. Andre - Sponsor, A. Fregosi, D.
Philpot, P. Thoma, T. Murphy, I. Cole, I. Troupe, I. Pitch, T. lohnson, G. Covington, S. Kennan. 5th Row: H.
Postrozny, B. Pierce, P. Robertson, S. Brandon.
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The KALEIDOSCOPE, under
the direction of Mrs. Abbott,
publishes the school newspaper.
The KALEIDOSCOPE is a mem-
ber of the Columbia Scholastic
Press Association and the Inter-
national Quill and Scroll.
They participate annually in
state and national conventions
and submit copies of the KALEI-
DOSCOPE for competition in
The Editors of the newspaper
are as follows: Ed.-in-Chief: C.
Stiles, S. Schwab, News Ed. -
1. Arpe, Sports Ed. - R. Heningerp
and Feature Ed. -- B. Lindsay.
1st row: R. Heninger, D. Kennedy, F. Terrell, C. Stiles, S. One of the newspapers mostoutstanding editions.
Schwab, S. Mackinson, 2nd row: B. Bean, B. Lindsay, B.
Bennett, I. Arpe, S. Bosworth, Mrs. Abbott - sponsor, R.
Powell, P. Rosser, S. losephson, 1. Minor, l. Perdomo.
lr. R cl Cross
The purpose of the junior Red Cross is to serve the com-
munity, state and nation in a time of need. During the current
year 1970-71, the junior Red Cross of Twin Lakes High School
has had their annual Christmas Stocking Fund for the needy
children, numerous bake sales, and have visited many hospitals
and nursing homes. In this way our members have experienced
the joys of giving of themselves.
1st Row: T. Connors, V. Chilton, B. Bean, N. Barnhart, H. Hodgkins, S. Ruffins, L. LeBlanc, G. Stewart, 2nd Row: P. Denzer, B. McKnight, F. Tate,
C. Pittman, G. Fouts, T. Parks, 3rd Row: G. Copeland, P. Bagley, S. Schwab.
Like the other service clubs at Twin Lakes High,
Key Club has contributed much to the school
and -community. The Key Club has sponsored the
Thanksgiving Assembly, raised money through
car washes, and appeased the hunger of the
students by selling donuts in the Science building
before school hours. The main money making
project of the club was their annual calendar.
The painting of the parking lot was greatly
appreciated by the faculty and the Key Club's
Pollution projects have helped the community
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Snoozing up for Homecoming!
1st Row: B. Woodson, M. Rattinger - Treas., E. Williams,-M. Manguson - Sen. Director, M. Gaylord - Pres., Susan Brandon Sweet
heart, D. Wark - Sec., A. Becker - Chap., Steve Wilk -- V. Pres., M. Bernikow, S. Schwab. 2nd Row: Mr. Haas - Sponsor, F. Cathey J
Minor, I. Allen, R. Heninger, K. Boynton, D. Whalin, R. Neal - lr. Director, M. Schenk.
Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of West Palm
Beach the Keyette Club has thrived vigorously
throughout the many years that it has served our
school and community.
This year through the keen leadership of Tuny
Crowley, first semester President, and Nancy Barn-
hart, second semester President, the club has
reaches many goals. For the year 70-71, the Keyettes
won first place for their float "Let it Wave in
Peace" in the Homecoming festivities. Keyettes
came in as first runner up in Kick-off also.
At the end of the year, Keyettes presents a
scholarship to some deserving person. This is made
possible by bake sales, car washes, and other
money making projects.
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1st row: L. Lichtblau, P. Denzer - Corr. Sec., B. Lorenzo, C. Lavers - Chap., M. Manguson - Keyette Man, H. Stratton, D: Harris - Hist.,
S. Giles, J. Leviton - Treas., S. Brandon - Rec. Sec. 2nd row: J. Helms, L. French, 1. Widdows, S. Bouchillon, T. Crowley - Pres., P. Frye, N.
Barnhart - Pres., B. Phillips, D. Spreen - Sgt. at Arms, K. Lees, C. Reed. 3rd row: 1. Arpe, H. Gomez, B.Lindsey, I. Madsen, M. Chiodo -
V. Pres., R. Calbetzer, I. Vann, C. Elliot- Corr. Sec., A. Andre, P. Walden - Hist., L. Bluntson, I. Renault- Parl., M. Hanshaw, C. Carter -
Rec. Sec., L. Block.
1970-71 is the first year for this French Club at Twin
Lakes High. It has been very successful. Not only does
the club have one of the largest memberships in the
school but its sponsors, Mrs. Black and Mrs. Olson,
have initiated many good projects. Some of these
include: giving Christmas gifts to the aged at the
County Home, selling candy, and giving French lan-
guage schnolarships. lts activities for the year were:
French bingo games, field trips, and an annual banquet.
L'alliance Francaise is truly a forward looking club.
1strow:I.Geor e,l Renault D.King,S Dodge F.Terrell,l Arenson
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R. Heninger, B. Lorenzo, G. Valier, L. lohnson. 2nd row: L. johnson
G. Huestis, M. Hanshaw, M. Mathis, L. LeBlanc, B. Anderson, E
Schaefer,D. Christian, S. Ashe, M. Quiorz. 3rd row: 1. Fulton, Y
Llort, L. Warn, S. Porter, S. Weiner, D. Lowe, E. Broom, C. Dingman
l. Helms, D. Swank. 4th row: Mrs. Olson, B. Waites, J. Malone, A
Bryant, V. Wayman, R. Durant, C. Clark, L. Grillo, P. Noegle, L. Bland
5th row: C. Carter, D. Dunbar, K. MacFarland, S. Peck, R. Parson
S. Dodge, M. Gaylord, K. Lees, N. Farwell, Mrs. Black. 6th row: Ti
Heninger, 1. Watson, R. Neal, B. Woodson, B. Branch, R. Woodson,
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Officers: PreS. - F. Terrell, V. Pres. - R. Heninger, Treas. - B
Lorenzo, Sgt. at Arms - G. Valier, Program Chairman - S. Dodge
Sec. - 1. Arenson.
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Under the sponsorship and supervision of Miss King, the
Ramettes have entertained the basketball spectators at half-
time. The girls make up jazz routines and perform them to
music. As this is a new addition to the sports activities of Twin
Lakes High, it has been necessary for the girls to have fund
raising activities to pay for their uniforms.
Horizontal Row: Faye Blackshear, Rosa Butler, Delbra Walker, Cheryl Harper, Bonnie Ur, Debra Smith. Vertical Row: Merriel Gamble,
Josephine lffil, Rose Anderson, Clara Clinton. Kneeling - Miss King - Sponsor. Not Pictured: Trinette Rolle, Susan Alexander,
1st row: B. Colemap, R. Booth - Treas., J. Baecker, C. Stiles, B. Kimmel, D. Borsten, Mr. Ugalde - Sponsor, B. Thompson, P. Whitney, E. Fuentis
l. Averhoff - Vice-Pres., M. Fernandez -- Sec. 2nd row: M. Dull, S. Peck - Pres., T. Sprague, I. Troupe, C. Corbos.
While the Astronauts'have been learning more about the moon, Los Picaros, our Spanish
Cl-rib, under the sponsorship of Mr. Ugalde, has been learning more about our Spanish com-
On the local scene they lunched at the Granada Restaurant. ,
Cne of their field trips took them to the beautiful Viscaya Museum and restaurant in Miami
following a tour of the Cuban section of the city. Another field trip brought the Spanish Club
Through Los Picaros the members have expanded their knowledge of the Spanish culture.
National Forensic League has participated in
many tournaments. The Varsity Debate Squad is
traveling to Tampa and Orlando for state tourna-
ments. The winners at State will travel to San Fran-
cisco, California this summer. Members of the club
participate in Debate, Original Oratory, Extempor-
aneous Speaking, Dramatic Interpretation and
Poetry Reading. The chapter has more members
than any other Palm Beach County High School.
1st Row: D. Rickles -Sec.-Treas., I. Arenson, G. Burdick - Pres., 1. Kaywell, L. Greaux - V. Pres., A. Deitel. 2nd row: Mr. Anderson - sponsor,
M. Hansel, L. Hodges, I. Turner, 1. Veshosky, L. Carroway, I. Perdomo, M. Obelinas, D. Brogden, Mrs. McCall - sponsor. 3rd Row: F. Terrell, D.
Lowe, C. Potter, 1. McGaffigan, K. Maher, L..Pride, S. Kennan, M. Lambert, B. Kachmann, S. josephsen. 4th row: I. Reed, J. Quellette, R. Hill, I
Hale, M. Price, L. LeBlanc, I. Gernhauser, A. Fenderson, D. Gincherow, E. Rost, I. Permuy, C. Stewart. Sth row: G. Copeland, D. Bivens, D. Parky
6th row: S. Thompson, P. Bagley, B. Bean, W. Brooks, R. Constantine, P. Orr, R. Aubrey.
The Twin Lakes High School chapter of the National Honor
Society's object is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate
a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to
encourage the development of character in students of the school.
Sponsors, Mr. Quigley and Mrs. Thompson conduct the induction
of new members for the N.H.S. in the spring of each year. The
N.H.S. is active in the school elections by operating the voting
machines. Special projects of the N.H.S. include free tutoring for
students and a trip to Dreher Park Zoo for the underprivileged
1st Row: D. Dunbar - Parl., M. Rattinger - V. Pres., S. Davis - Sec., 2nd Row: D. Borsten, S. Wilk, C. Stiles, L. johnson, 3rd Row: I. Lamb, C. Reed
B.Kimmel, I. Withall, I. Massey, H. Postrozny, A. Caulett, R. Durant, D. Nath, C. Stewart, R. Fuhrman, Not Pictured: S. Brandon, A. Webster - Pres.
S. Dodge - Treas.
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scholarship, to advance the standards
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developing better journalists and by
inculcating a higher code of ethics, to
promote exact and dispassionate think-
ing, clear and forceful writing.
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Officers look for quality in the work of publications.
1st Row: B. Bean, P. Rosser, S. Brandon, C. Elliott, B. Kilbas, J. Leavitt, R. Heninger, I. Arpe. 2nd row:Y. Carey, Mrs
Underwood - sponsor, C. Reddick, L. johnson, C. Stiles, D. King, M. Dixon, D. Kennedy, S. Schwab - Treas. 3rd row:
B. Lindsey, D. Swank, S.1osephsen,J. Minor, P. Denzer, D. Harris - Pres. Not pictured: R. Wilson - V. Pres., S. Giles -
Sec., G. Burdick, Mrs. Abbott - sponsor. '
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The National Thespian Society is an honorary organization
which is devoted to the development of the dramatic arts.
To gain membership, a student must earn points by working
with any phase ofthe dramatic arts. The members do drama-
tic readings, poetry interpretation, and plays. Participation
in the plays include performing, working on lights, make-
up, costume, property, and working with the stage crew.
1st row: R. Hill, K. Maher. 2nd row: R. Hearn, C. Stewart, R. Constantino, B. Woods, L. Greaux, B. Parks, I. Reed, I. Gernhauser, F. Terrell, C. Wells
M. Price, D. Parkey, L. Pride, 1. Turner, M. Obelenis, 1. Arenson, R. Calbetzor, I. Veshasky, G. Tuggle, R. McClelland, D. Rickles, D. Brogdon.
The members of the Paramedical Club are students interest-
ed in the various fields of medicine and related sciences. The
main purpose of the club is to make students aware of the many
varied careers in the medicines and sciences. The members
plan and go on numerous field trips in order to broaden their
awareness of the medical world today and to induce
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1st row: B. Kilbas, T. Harris, j. Leavitt, S. Brandon, S. Giles. 2nd row: Mrs. Pouncy - Sponsor, G. Purcell, D. Witthington, K. Lees, A. Northrup, R
Kroog, N. Barnhart, C. Reddick, T. Deese, M. Rattinger, C. DeSanoIo, Mrs. Nichols - Sponsor. 3rd row: T. johnson, G. Copeland, E. Henderson, P
Robertson, T. Murphy, j. Abbott. 4th row: F. Terrell, B. johnson, K. Adair, B. Smith, K. james, B. Smith, l. Cole, P. Adair.
P p Club
Pep Club is a girl's club organized to promote spirit and
the betterment of our school.
The girls provided the football players with sandwiches
and refreshments after the football games. They also have
constructed posters for the games and the ring which the
football and basketball players run through at the beginning
of the games.
The club members raise money by selling shakers and
1st row: K. Lees -- Sec., L. Newman - Chap., D. McCoy - V. Pres., E. Broom - Treas. 2nd row: S. Stant, M. Dixon, P. Walden, S. Lawson C Clark
D. Christian, D. Davis, L. Appleby, D. Walker, P. Cote, M. Brown, S. Lane. 3rd row: I. Hammett, C. Wilder, B. Williams, B. Ur, Miss King Sponsor
j. Renault, H. Hodkins, S. Maguire, L. French, S. Mead, D. Bostic.
The Press Club, under the supervision of Mrs. Helen Abbott,
is a continuation of the Kaleidoscope. It enables the journalism
classes to remove the production of the school newspaper
from an all school atmosphere. This give the Kaleidoscope
staff an opportunity to devote more time and effort to the
publishing of a newspaper that will interest the students. It
furthers the aim of the Kaleidoscope to serve the student body,
and to provide these student journalists with a forum for an
exchange of ideas and discussion of new journalistic tech-
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1st row S Schwab S Josephson, G. Copeland, G. Burdick. 2nd row - R. Wilson, I. Perdomo, F. Terrell - V. Pres., C. Stiles - Pres., J. Arpe
Sec P Rosser R Powell S Mackison,R. Heninger, D. Kennedy,l. Minor.
Student Governm nt
Many people ask, "What is the
purpose of the student council?"
Maybe to bridge the gap between
faculty and students, face stu-
dent problems, or to curb ten-
sion. Under the leadership of
Co-Presidents Steve Wilk and
Elvin Richardson this year's coun- P
cils have achieved many goals.
We are very proud to hold the
title of Secretary of Treasury of
the state of Fla., and also of
hosting the State convention this
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Co-Presidents: Elvin Richardson, Steve Wilk, Sponsor: Mr. Crain.
1st Row - S. Kemman, S. Porter, L. McCallister, I. Baecker, G. Valier, I. Malone, B. Kilbas, M. Lambert, B. Waits, P. Rosser. 2nd Row- L. Lichblau,
QC. Lavers, A. Fenderson, I. Widdows,1. Samara, P. Walden, M. Taylor, K. LaCroix, A. Bryant, I. Bogeart, I. Bollinger, L. Schiff. 3rd Row - M. Man-
guson, M. Griffin, S. Owens, B. Smith, P. Bagley, D. Gempel, R. Lowe, L. Hixon, D. Varner, G. Bellamy, W. Spence, R. Wlliams, E. Lowery, S. Peck.
1st row: L. Block, G. Copeland, C
Carter. 2nd row: 1. Lamb, B. Cole-
man, I. Leviton, G. Mullendore
S. Sheffield, M. Newman, B. Ur.
3rd row: M. Bernikow, B. Mack
W. Stevens, L. Davis, P. Noegal
S. Davis. 4th row: G. Wilburn
G. Burdick, J. Peck.
Top lo bottom: S. Wilk, E. Richardson, R. Neal, D. Dunbar, S. Dodge, H
Stratton, E. Bluntson.
Youth For Chri t
In todays troubled world of riots and hippies, who usually
make the front page headlines, there are a few kids who strive
for a peaceful world, a christian world, but always go un-
noticed. The Youth For Christ Club is organized to serve
people, as Christ himself did.
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1st Row: C. Brown, T
Parks, B. Reigsecker
B. Byrd - Sec. 8: Treas
2nd Row: B. Woods -
Pres., F. Tate - Chap-
lain, A. Reigsecker -
The "Z" Club of Twin Lakes High School strives to
serve its school and community by having car washes,
bake sales, entering floats in homecoming and winning
Kick-Off for the 4th year in the row by raising over
51200 with Sidney Dodge as their candidate.
They operate the concession during football, offer
a S150 scholarship for a deserving student of our
school, take Santa and presents to small children and
take the Easter Bunny to the hospitals of our com-
munity at Easter.
Their sponsor, Mrs. M. Andre, is admired and
respected for her leadership and understanding. This
years officers are Cathy Reddick - President, Debbie
Swank - Vice President, Chris DeSandolo - Treasurer,
Barbara Kimmel - Rec. Secretary, and Debbie Nath -
Ready for the big day!
"Growth through Service"
1st row: B. Kimmel - Rec. Sec., D. Borsten - His., S. Dodge - Sr. Board, D. Nath - Corr. Sec., C. Reddick -- Pres., L. Snyder - Chaplain, I
Cole -- Sgt. at Arms, G. Whittler - Sr. Board, H. Hodgkins - Ir. Board, L. Schiff, T. Dellinger and T. Deese - Sweethearts, I. Malone, R. Robert-
son, 1. Pitts, C. Stiles, G. Elliott, R. jones, C. Ealey, S. Stant. 2nd row: B. Mack - Parl., C. DeSandolo - Treas., D. Swank - V. Pres., S. Morris, I
Samra, B. Silnutzer, S. Davis, D. Dunbar. 3rd row: Mrs. Andre - Sponsor, M. Marvin, T. Harris, R. Vincent, S. Mead, B. Waits, R. Atwood, R. Kroog
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Second runner up - Lauralee Coates Representing
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1970 Fightin Rams
To astrologers 1970 was the age of Aquarius. To TV
sportcasters it was the year of the Quarterback. But to
Palm Beach county athletic fans and participants it was
the year of confusion. ,
Giants on the states prep scene were swept away and
heard of no more. Such decades old schools and team
nicknames as Roosevelt High Devils and Palm Beach
High Wildcats were wiped out with a stroke of the
pen. In this merger, to eliminate the dual school sys-
tem in Florida, emerged a brand new school, TWIN
LAKES. No more Wildcats or Devils, now they were the
Like any marriage of convenience the first few weeks
were full of toil and trouble. Everyone got in the act,
the School Board, the parents, well-meaning lbut often
misguided! fans even the coaches and students, ath-
letes and non-athletes alike.
Old loyalties, customs and habits of thinking die
hard. But after a more than suitable time for mourning,
cooler heads prevailed and soon the Rams were tear-
ing up the gridiron just as their parents, the Wildcats
and the Devils had done in days of yore.
Twin Lakes was lucky in that Coach Coffey was as-
signed tothe head coaching job. He had produced out-
standing teams, including two State championship
teams at former Carver High in Delray. His hard work-
ing and dedicated coaching staff of: Dick Melear,
Chuck Heninger, lim Howe, Ed larmakowicz rallied
around Coach Coffey's leadership and the Rams ended
up with a mixed season of 5 wins and 4 losses.
Front Row: D. Cartwright, W. Spence, B. Byrant, B. Overfelt, R. Berry, R. Robinson, W. Bythwood, F. Miller, A. Wallace, B. Edwards, 1. Walker.
Second Row: G. Saxton, T. Heninger, B. Woodson, D. Breedon, D. Taylor, R. Robinson, M. Lerkins, D. Brooks, W. lackson, B. Smith. Third Row:
L. Chapman, E. Mitchell, l. Adams, 1. Giles, A. Pendelino, B. Owens, R. Heninger, K. james. Fourth Row: K. Adair, D. Stewart, 1. Farington, K. Ellis,
P. Zubriski, W. Toombs, C. Christan, R. Wright, A. Fields. Fifth Row: P. Burny, C. Smith, M. Bernikow, W. Bellamy, W. jackson, F. Hyatt, A. Hunter,
L. Lincoln. Sixth Row: J. Dolson, K. Bivins, J. Ross, C. Abono, Coach Melear, Coach larmakowicz, Coach Coffey, Coach Heninger, Coach Howe.
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QUEEN: Mary Alice Hicks
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Front row: H. Williams, M. Bernikow, R. Porter, M. Johnson, R. Robinson, W. Burns. 2nd row: Coach Ceravola, W. Durham, C. Swain, L
Nicholson, S. Ross, R. Wade, E. Corley, T. Tillman. Not Pictured: R. Williams, I. Brown, M. Marshall.
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U RECIPE FOR A CHAMPIONSHIP
I -- Class AA School with an up an down basketball victory history
.II - Class A School with a winning basketball tradition, including back to back State
Ill - A basketball coach who is known throughout the country for his contributions
to prep-basketball '
IV- Heaping measures of hard work, dedication, team work and determination S
Sift carefully, but vigorously, all available talent of the first two ingredients.
The result is a hard core of experienced, fast breaking, sharp shooting basket-
ball stars and one of the best teams in Florida.
This core is kneaded and messaged carefully by the Florida coach of the year.
Finally, add the number IV ingredients throughout the season.
The resulting mixture is placed in competition against some of the best Double
A schools in the country and the result is THE TWIN LAKES SUNCOAST
CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL TEAM OF 1970-71, with a 25-2 overall record
and 14-0 in their eastern division. '
Ranked as high as number two in the State polls the Rams were 5th in State
rankings by the end of the season. Bygadding-ga sprinkle of district championship
A for spice, the Rams ended their gourmet dish with a frosting of State Charnpion-
I. to R: B. Williams, E. Edwards, C. Bannister, I. Spradley, M. Fretwell, W. Callon, M. Harkner, E. Chapelle, C. Vessell, Mgr. M. Banister, Coach
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team has started the season off with a big win over
Lake Worth 4-0. This years team promises to be a
winning one, under the careful eye of coach john
Carpenter. This fighting Ram team is made up of
mostly juniors and seniors, it is bound to be not only
the first baseball team in Twin Lakes history, but the
Pitcher: R. Zaleski
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Captains: R. Zaleski, B. Woodson "with nothing to do again."
1st row L to R: I. Hammet - Scorekeeper, B. Anderson, C. Morales, E. Riddle, B. Woodson, M. Bates, R. Reynolds, M. Riley, 2nd row L to R: Coach
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R. Heninger, M. Gaylord, 1. Morris, W. Baughman, S. Creech, T. O'Connor, M. Bryson, T. Vinson, B. Wood, B. Langdon. 3rd row L to R: Coach
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The track team opened its season with a fine victory
over Forest Hill and a second place honor in the Lake
Worth Invitational. Under the leadership of Coach
Dick Melear, we anticipate from their early showing,
that the track team will continue on to victory after
"On you mark . . . Get set. . .GO."
The 1970-71 swimming team under
the direction of coach George Gullion
will indeed be one to remember.
Although swimming has not been our
largest spectator sport, its importance to
our Athletic Department is indeed a great
asset. This years Capts. are Ellis Mitchell
and Marie Chiodo, under their leader-
ship along with coach Gullion this will
be a great year for the swimmer.
Front row: C. Clark, C. Carter, L. Kotthaus, H. Straton, L. Lichtblau, M. Hanshaw, M.
Chiodo, Back row: D. Borsten, S. Dodge, L. Block, S. Dodge, K. LaCroix, I. Cole, S.
Buckholtz, Coach Gullion. -
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Chiodo, Debbie LeBlanc, not pictured Barbara Lorenzo.
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This year's Twin Lakes High School cheerleaders un-
der the direction of Mrs. Helen Abbott and Mr. Barry
Quigley combined with a "Fighting Ram Mascot" to
boost morale and raise spirits at all the football and
basketball games. The cheerleaders, always keeping in
mind the theme "Spirit", have been the center of pep
and fight for many years. This years' captain is Debbie
Dunbar, her co-captains are Marie Chiodo and jackie
Taylor. Combined with the admiration of the rest of the
girls, this was certainly a year to remember.
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Off to the races!!!
CAPTAI N: Debbie Dunbar
' Co-Captain: Marie Chiodo
L. to R. Heather Hodgkins, Saundra Lawson,
lane Samra, Holly Straton, Captain - Linda
Lichblau, Sara Wright, Delbra Walker, Holly
Steelman, Conni Clark.
Co-Captain: jackie Taylor
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Under the supervision of lim Howe, the tennis team
has worked very hard this year. The team has partici-
pated in matches against Forest Hill, John l. Leonard,
Pahokee, Ft. Pierce-Central, Suncoast and Lake Worth.
They help hold money making projects, one being the
sports Bar-b-que. Everyday at Howard they have an
exhausting 3 hour practice, which makes them one of
the leading teams in the county. We are very proud
of the tennis teams accomplishments and hope there
will be many more.
Coach lim Howe
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Wrestling is a relatively new sport in this area, but one which will
pick up spectators as time goes on. This year's team is under the
dedicated leadership of coach Frank Haas.
In this year of new comings and goings, wrestling had its new ad-
dition with cheerleaders. This year's captains are Cathy Elliot and
Lisa Ann Schiff. Along with the cheerleaders and student body's
support this can be truly called the "year of the wrestler".
- Coach: Frank Haas
Top Row: Coach Haas, A. Apicella. Second Row: K. Bivins, T. Ekinberg, D. Kid, 1. Morre, M. Ruberia, 1. Bivins. Third Row: B. Benford, T. Heniger, S
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CAPTAINS: Ted Heninger, James Bivins, Kirk
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Front Row: Melanie Marvin, Chris DeSandolo, Vickie Westbrook, Debbie King, Ophelia Sutton, Sandy Schefield. l. to R.: Lisa Schiff,
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The title of this years golf section
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any means refer to the team's lack of
interest or ability. Along with the
dedicated leadership of Coach Charles
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President: Greg Burdick
President: Anthony Fields
Secretary: Debbie Swank
Treasurer: Iames Lamb
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V. President: Ted Heninger
Steve Wilk started in his Sophomore year at
former Palm Beach High as 2nd Vice-President
of the Student Council and each year has
taken a step until he has become the Student
Body Co-President. Through his involvement
in Key Club, basketball, and track, he has
earned the respect and admiration of the stu-
dents of Twin Lakes High.
One of our most outstanding students, Sandra Davis, has
shown her ability to lead not only in cheers as a cheerleader
but also in the Student Council and National Honor Society.
Sandra was voted, by the Senior Class to be Miss Senior and
represents her class honorably.
Whether as l.V,. cheerleader, kickoff queen, Student
Council Sec., or class brain, Sydney Dodge always puts
forth the best she has to offer. Z Club and the Senior
Class too would feel at a loss without this smiling and
friendly person in its ranks. -
has great concern and compassion
james Lamb is a unique person. He
such things as Interact, Student
S nior otables
for friends ttoo many to be count-
edi. His role at football games is
that of song and spirit leader. He
may be very intelligent and active in
Council, Senior Class, and German
Club, but his contribution of spirit
to Twin Lakes has been his greatest
87, the number Bill Overfelt made famous on the
football field will long be remembered. His ability
to lead the team on and also the Senior Class has
never been hampered. Bill's great personality and
all 'round good nature helps bring unity to our
Bringing with her the school spirit from Roosevelt, our
smiling, ever cheerful jackie Taylor has led us in many
rousing cheers for our fighting Ram team. With jackie,
our cheering squad is complete and so is the school year.
While being the Mad Punter for the fighting
Ram team, No. 41 has led our class in other
ways. As Vice-President of Class of '71, Ted
Heninger adds to the unity and contributes
much to the lighter moments at Twin Lakes
Fred Terrell, one of our Boy's State Representa-
tives, has led the school in his ability to win people
over. His special charisma has enticed people to
elect him French Club President, Exchange Club
Boy of the Month, and Senior Notable. Through
his work on the Kaliedoscope he has extended to
all a sense of brotherhood and fun.
Chris Hunt added much to her junior year at Roosevelt by
being elected to her Student Council. She has astounded the
students at Twin Lakes High with her bright smile and sparkling
personality and has led us in victory cheers by being the bubbly
cheerleader that she is.
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The class of 71 is proud to have Debbie Swank
represent them as Class Secretary and Senior
Notable. Debbie has involved herself in activities
such as Z Club, Yearbook, and Homecoming so
deeply that they could not have succeeded with-
Anthony Fields has proven himself to be a capable
leader as Co-President of the Class of '71. His rallying
spirit among the students and members of the football
team has made him the school booster. Anthony has
truly worked for unity in the class.
"Neat as a Pin", Marc Gaylord has raced about
making the Class of 71 and Key Club the best
ever without losing his cool. His resounding
NO has been heard by many fellow students as
he has tried to make such projects as the Key
Club-Keyette Homecoming Float succeed.
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Football, Civitans Vice-Pres., lunior Four Arts, Base-
ball, Red Cross.
Keyettes, Pep Cats, Para Med., Aquarian Staff, lr.
Prom Committee, March of Dimes !Rep.J, Sopho-
more !Rep.J, Red Cross, Service Aid.
ARTHUR APICELLA A
Wrestling Manager. .
Keyettes, Pep Cats, Sub Council, junior Four Arts,
Kaleidoscope, Tennis Team.
Glee Club, French Club, Red Cross.
Basketball, Library Club, F.F.A., Art Club, Math Club.
Spanish Club - Sec., F. T.A. - Sec.
Civinettes - Sgt. at Arms, German Club - Corr.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, F. T.A.
Choir - Co-Pres., Speech and Drama, Student
Keyettes, Student Council, Pep Cats, Kick-off Candi-
date, Speech and Drama, Art Club, Aquarian, jr,
Four Arts, jr. Prom Committee, Red Cross, March of
Dimes -- Rep.
Key Club - Chaplain.
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F.H.A. - Sec.
Track, Basketball, Football, Key Club, Letter-
men's Club, Student Council, lr. Four Arts.
Art Club, Spanish Club, Pep Club, Civinettes
Aquarian, French Club.
Pep Club, Red Cross, Ch
chor - Treas.
lr. Four Arts.
Speech 81 Drama Club.
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Z Club - Hist., NHS, Swimming, Kickoff Court,
Four Arts, Pep Club, Paramed.
Keyettes, Pep Club, Sub-Council.
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KEVIN BOYNTON '
Choir, Student Council, Band, Spanish Club,
Key Club. H
Red Cross, Soph. Class -- Sec., Student Coun-
cil, Choir, CAA.
CBE - Pres.
jr. Four Arts, Paramed.
Keyettes - Sec., NHS, NQS, Pep Club, lr.
Four Arts, Paramed, Aquarian, Sub-Council,
PAU LA BRAY
Paramed,1r. Four Arts, CBE.
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Band, German Club, Football, Baseball, Let-
termen's Club. '
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Basketball, Baseball, Football.
Red Cross, Band, Student Council, Tennis, Swim-
ming, Choir, Golf, Speech Club.
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Track, JV Football
Speech 8f Drama, NFL, Senior Class - Pres
IACQUELYN BU RGESS
Pep Club, Art Club, Civinettes, Chess Club.
Red Cross, Civinettes - Sgt. at Arms - Chap., Youth
lor Christ - Sec.-Treas., Choir, Ensemble, Rhythm
Choir, Pep Club.
CAA, Choir -- Queen, Band, Pep Club.
Keyettes, Speech 8- Drama, NTS.
Soph. Class - Treas., Homecoming Court, Student
Council, Art Club, Key Club Calendar.
Student Council, Football, Basketball.
IV Football, Track, CDE, Roundtable.
Red Cross, German Club, NHS.
Student Council, Pep Club, French Club
Cheerleader, Keyette - Vice Pres., Swim
ming, Pep Club, Outstanding jr. 8. Soph., Sub
Council, Homecoming Queen.
Pep Club, CBE.
Spanish Club, FTA, Pep Club,
Pres., Kickoff Court.
Z Club, Swimming, jr. Four Arts.
FHA, choir, DCT, Red cross.
Civitan - Pres.
Spanish Club, IV Football, Red Cross, Prama
Cheerleader, Student Council- Sgt. at Arms,
Pep Club, Tennis, Outstanding Soph. 8 lr.,
Swimming, Red Cross, Keyettes - Pres.,
LEE DAVIS, IR.
Art Club - Pres., Library Club - Pres., Foot-
Cheerleader, Sr. Queen, Z Club.
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Student Council, Red Cross, Spanish Club.
Right on, Rams!
Interact - Chap., jr. Four Arts, Paramed
Golf, NFL, Chess Club, Debate
Z Club -- Treas., Paramed, Golf, lr. Four Arts,
Speech 8. Drama, Pep Club, Cheerleader
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Kickoff Queen, Student Council - Sec., Outstand-
ing Soph. 81 jr., Cheerleader, Z Club, Swimming,
NHS - Treas., jr. Four Arts, French Club, Sr. Queen.
MICHAEL DU LL
FTA, Spanish Club, Chess Club, Interact, Class Rep
DEBORAH DU NBAR
Cheerleader, Z Club, Red Cross, jr. Four Arts, NHS -
Parl., French Club, Student Council - Parl., Sub-
Council, Pep Club, Exchange Girl of the Month.
FHA, NHS, FTA, French Club.
Football, Civitans, Lettermen Club.
Student Council, Red Cross, Speech 8t Drama,
P Red Cross, GAA, Soph. Court.
Sub-Council, Red Cross, Pep Club, Drama
Club, Spanish Club - Vice Pres., FTA -
Treas., jr. Four Arts - His.
Spanish Club, Speech 81 Drama Club, GAA,
Art Club, Red Cross, Pep Club.
Choir - Pres., Ensemble, Track.
Red Cross, Spanish.
Band, Art Club, Anchor Club, jr. Four Arts, Pep Club.
Football, Pres. - Sr. Class.
Pep Club, GAA.
Civitan, Interact, Baseball, German Club. -
K eyettes, Pep Club.
ROSE FU HRMAN
NHS, Red Cross, GAA.
Band, Choir, French Club, Z Club, Student
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LAWRENCE GAI NES
Pep Club, Rhythm Choir, Red Cross, Choir.
FHA, Choir, FTA, GAA - Pres.
Soph. Class - Pres., lr. Class - Pres., Out-
standing Soph. 81 lr. Boy, lr. Four Arts - Vice
Pres., Key Club - Pres., French Club, Track,
AN N GAYNOR
lr. Four Arts, Civinettes - Vice Pres.
DAVID G EM PEL
Football, Student Council.
Keyettes, jr. Four Arts - Sgt. at Arms, Pep Club, Sub-
Council, Paramed, Kickoff Court, NQS, Frond,
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Vice Pres., NTS, Chess Club -- Sgt. at Arms
Wrestling, Football, Track, Lettermen's Club
Chess Club, German Club
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Keyettes, IV Cheerleader, Pep Club, Sub-
Band, Speech 81 Drama Club, Art Club, NFL -
DON N GRICE
Baseball, Art Club.
Choir - Librarian, DECA.
FHA, Anchor, Choir - Vice Pres., Student Council.
FRA N K HARDY
Speech 81 Drama, Band.
CBE - Sgt. at Arms, Pep Club.
lr. Four Arts, Interact.
lr. Four Arts - Hist., NQS, Keyettes - Hist.,
Chorus -- Sec., Student Council, Pep Club,
Aquarian - Co-Ed., Speech 81 Drama, Para-
Z Club, Red Cross - Sec., Spanish Club.
Keyettes, Art Club, NQS, Aquarian, Pep Club.
German Club, Interact.
Civinettes, Chorus, GAA, German Club, Red
Outstanding Soph. lr. Sr., Football, Track,
Wrestling, Vice-Pres. - jr. Sr.
CBE, CAA, Pep club.
MARY ALICE HICKS
Chorus, Homecoming Queen
Chorus, Pep Club, GAA.
Chorus, FHA, FBLA, Speech 8. Drama.
V. Cheerleader, Spanish Club, Student Coun-
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I. V. Football, V. Football, I. V. Basketball.
Band, Student Council, Red Cross.
Football, Track, Spanish Club, FTA, Exchange
Club Boy of the Month.
Civinettes -- Treas., NHS, NQS, Aquarian
Staff, Pep Club, French Club, Red Cross.
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jr. Four Arts, Leo Club - Sec.,
Student Council, Interact.
DEBORAH IONES ,
Chorus, Pep Club.
Art Club - Pres
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Z Club, Choir
Yearbook Photographer, Art Club, Frond
Photographer, NQS, Speech 8. Drama Club,
NT5, NFL, Track, Wrestling, Band
NFL - Pres., NTS, Speech 81 Drama Club,.Key
NQS, Kaliedoscope, NTS.
NHS, Pep Club, Z Club - Sec., Swimming, Cheer-
leader, Paramed, Homecoming Court, Outstanding
jr., Student Council, Lettermen's Club.
Swimming, Basketball, lr. Four Arts - Parl., Civitan,
Outstanding Soph. 8: Ir., German Club - Pres., NHS,
Student Council, lr. 8. Sr. Class Treas., Interact.
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DCT- Treas., Kickoff Court
NFL, lr. Four Arts
Keyettes - Chap., Pep Club, Art Club, Stu-
FHA, Deca - Chap.
Wrestling, Chess Club - Pres.
lr. Four Arts, Paramed, Red Cross, Choir,
Red Cross, FHA - Pres., Kick-Off Court, NFL,
Speech 81 Drama Club, French Club, lr. Four
Keyettes, Pep Club, Tennis, Paramed, French
Keyettes, Pep Club, lr. Four Arts, GAA
Football, Wrestling, Track, Chess Club - Vice
Pres., Civitan - Sec., Homecoming Escort
FHA, Pep Club, French Club, NFL
Glee Club, GAA
Choir, Paramed, GAA
FHA, FBIA, FNA, Pep Club
BETTYE IO MACK
lr. Four Arts - Treas., Paramed, Pep Club, Z
Club -- Parliamentarian, Swimming
lr. Four Arts, Art Club
Red Cross, Paramed - Pres., lr. Four Arts,
Track, Wrestling, Interact
I UDY MADSEN
GAA, PHI EPSILON MU, Keyettes
Seen for the last time - official Palm Beach Hugh and Roosevelt rmgs
Civinetles - Sec., NTL - Treas., NFL, Speech
84 Drama, lr. Four Arts, Pep Club
Band, Art Club, DECA
Key Club, German Clu
IV Basketball, Golf
sv MARY MARSHALL
Youth for Christ
Civinettes, Chorus, Paramed
Band, NHS, Chess Club - Pres., Student
MARTINE MATH US
DECA, Speech 81 Drama - Pres., Red Cross,
E BRENDA MAYES
FHA, DCT, Art Club
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Soph.-Treas., I. V. Cheer-
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PENNY MU ELLING
GAA, Choir, Anchor, jr. Four Arts
GAA, Choir, Ensemble, Anchor - Sec., Kick-
off Court, DECA, Miss Girl's Choir
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CDE - Pres., Interact, lr. Four Arts
FHA, Clee Club
Red Cross, Drama Club, DCT- Sec.
DEBORAH NATH '
Student Council, NHS, FTA - Sec., Z Club -
Corres. Sec., Outstanding lunior, jr. Four
Student Council, Football, Interact, lr. Four
Arts, Art Club
Basketball, Track, Art Club, Baseball
Library Club, Tri-Y Hi-Y Club, Clee Club
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Football, Baseball, Track,
CAA - Parl.
German Club, French Club
Student Council, NFL
Speech 81 Drama,
Spanish Club - Sec., Student Council,
NQS, NFL, Kaleidoscope, Speech 81 Drama,
Pep Club, Red Cross 1
NFL, Speech 8 Drama, Chess Club
DOLLIE PETTRY '
Band German Club Anchor lr Four Arts
Anchor Pep Club FHA CBE
Leo Club Board Member Chess Club lr
Red Cross, Choir, Student Council, Pep Club,
Anchor Club, French Club, Cirls Choir -
Interact, lr. Four Arts, German Club, NHS,
Red Cross, Speech and Drama, Round Table
NFL, Civinettes, Drama Club, NTS
Key Club -- Treas., Spanish Club, jr. Four Arts,
NFL, Student Council, Chess Club, Tennis -
Capt., Sub-Council, Honor Society - Vice
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Z'Club - Pres., NQS, Paramed, Pep Club, jr.
Four Arts, Red Cross, Sub-Council, Band,
CAREY REED '
Outstanding Soph., lr., Student Council, Ten-
nis, Keyettes, Pep Club, lr. Class - Sec., lr.
Student Council - Co. Pres., Band, Choir,
Paramed, lr. Four Arts, Track, Red Cross
ELYSE ANN SCHIFF
jr. Four Arts, Key Club, French Club, Basket-
ball - Statistician, Frond - Editor, Aquarian
- Photographer, NQS
Red Cross, Pep Club, DEC
Key Club, Basketball, lr. Four Arts
Z Club, jr. Four Arts
Football, Debate, Chess
Football, Track, Wrestling, Letterman's Club
Band -- Prop. Sgt., Interact
Football, Swimming, Art 'Club, Wrestling,
Baseball, French Club
Z Club, Student Council, Gymnastics, Hr. Rep.
GAA - Sgt. at Arms
Choir. Ensemble, Chess Club - Sec., FHA
Football, Basketball, Track, Tennis, Intelect
Z Club, Aquarian
Outstanding Soph., Kickoff Escort, Civitan -
Sgt. at Arms, Track, Football, Lettermen's
Club, Paramed, jr. Four Arts
Pep Club, Anchor - Pres.-Vice Pres., DECA
Clee Club - Treas,, Pep Club
WILBERT SMITH .
Band, Red Cross, Student Council, Tennis
DONNA SNYDER I
Z Club - Chap., Pep Club
Hurry, she's coming!
Red Cross, Student Council, DCT- Chairman
Pep Club, CDE
CBE, Key Club Calendar
Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y Club
Chorus, Exchangettes, Student Council,
Speech 81 Drama, NHS, NFL, Tennis Team,
Kaleidoscope - Ed., NQS, NHS, Los Picaros,
FTA, lr. Four Arts, Z Club
OPHELIA suTroN S
Chorus, Red Cross, Cheerleader, FTA, Speech
Aquarian - Co. Ed., Z Club - Vice Pres.,
Senior Class - Sec., Homecoming Court,
French Club, NQS, Pep Club, Red Cross, Stu-
dent Council, Exchange Girl of the Month
Those serve also whhnly sit and wait.
Cheerleader, Student Council, Spanish Club
Student Council, Pep Club, Miss junior -
Band, Track, Speech 8 Drama Club, Boy's
State, Exchange Boy of the Month, NFL, NTS,
NQS, Interact, Kickoff Escort, EDA Award,
Kaliedscope, lr. Four Arts
jr. Four Arts, Anchor - Sgt. At Arms
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Outstanding Sophomore, Student Council
Pep Club, French Club - Sgt. at Arms, Key
Club Calendar, Homecoming Court
Keyettes, Sub-Council, Pep Club
Band, Basketball, Student Council, Eldorados,
lr. Class Pres., TAC, CTA, Wind Ensemble,
PAMELA VICK '
Choir - Pres., Anchor - Hist.-Board Mem-
ber, Pep Club, jr. Four Arts, FHA, Art Club,
Youth For Christ
Tell it like it is!
Z Club, Band
Student Council, Basketball, Choir, French
Z Club, Red Cross - Corr. Sec., Pep Club,
Cheerleader, French Club, Outstanding jr.,
Key Club Calendar, Student Council
Key Club, Coll
Pep Club, NHS - Pres., lr. Four Arts
Pep Club, Z Club -- Board, Art Club
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Student Council - 2nd Vice Pres.-Vice Pres.-
Pres., Key Club - Vice Pres., NHS, Boy's
State, Basketball, Track - Co-Capt., Spanish
Red Cross, Student Council, FHA, Choir, Pep
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Aw, can't we please play ln the sprinklers?
CHARLOTTE WILLIS '
PRISCILLA WILSON I
Choir, Student Council, Red Cross, FHA
Interact - Pres., German Club - Tre-as., NHS
Outstanding Soph. 8 lr., Football, Lettermen's
Club, French Club, Baseball, Basketball, Key
Anchor, Pep Club, DCT
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Only one more year before we reach the
top of the heap. They may have made it
rough for us our first year, but next year
we'll get our chance -- So all you under-
classmen . . . Watch out! .
ludy George, jennifer Renault
Bruce Williams, Rodney Heninger
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we're at the bottom again. But that's O.K. We've
done it once, we can do it again. It may take a few years
but we can do it!
Co-President: Arnold Aubrey
Co-President: Rick Borsten
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What's a Nirvana?
Steve, stop taking those pictures!
3003 Okeechobee Blvd.
West Palm Beach, Florida
CLARK OLDSMOBILE. INC.
WRIGHT 81 SEATON
P.O. Box 2550 717 So. Olive St.
West Palm Beach, Florida 33402
Telephone 832-2854 Insurance Agency
P.O. Box 30
Phone Temple 2-2013
PHONE 832-3330 v LEEVIILUAIIS. ll. Pl. 6293
704 BELVEDERE RD. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. '
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Your Family Northwood Dry Cleaners
422 Northwood Road
Keep All Medicines From Children's Reach Ray McDaniel West Palm Beach, Florida
THE PALM BEACHES MOST POWERFUL RADIO STATION
sooo wA'r'rs DAY- :ooo wuts NIGHT o 965-9211
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So YGUR Bills Are Paid Today -
But What About Tomorrow?
Debbie says, "The IN THlNG" is a passbook account at "The BIG FlRST" today where
money for tomorrow accumulates like homework.
For example - 32.00 a week deposited at "The BIG FlRST" during the years in High
School will,through the magic of daily compound interest, grow to more than 8450.00 at
Debbie says, "You'Il like The BIG Fl RST."
FIRST FEDERAL Aviv s
AND LOAN A52E2El:2II!S2'l,E,2Nf WEST PALM BEACH
Wherever You Go
Whatever You Do . .
BERT AND RICHARD MORGAN
303 South County Road
Palm Beach, Florida 33480
Established in 1895
Smart Clothing For Young People
P. Beach Mall 312 Clematis St
West Palm Beach, Florida
BLUE FRONT BAR-B-Q
1516 N. Tamarind Ave.
W. Palm Beach, Fla. 33407
HEYWOOD MERCER PLYMOUTH, INC.
Heywood B. Mercer Lake Worth, Florida
Send their Friends"
Phone TE 2-4264
457 Northwood Rd.
West Palm Beachl
Where our Customers
AND FINANCE CORP.
2109 N. Dixie
West Palm Beach, Fla. 33407
Loans 325.00 - 3600.00
2525 Okeechobee Boulevard
Shop Westward Center
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
I Compliments of
VOLKSWAGEN ' XRSCHE
S"EC"US' VI LLAG E CAR PETS
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2822 So. Dixie Hwy. Don Pinson, Jr.
RUd0If Glessen West Palm Beach, Vil Novak
330' SOUTH D'X'E Florida Bill Novak
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. 832-9261
OF W-EST PALM BEACH
conveniently located at the
corner of Olive and Datura
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT
Beth Thompson gets a peek at the millionsl
Compliments of Compumems
nusrv RHODES QUATI'-EBAUM'
Painting 84 lnterior Decorating Cont. N E
After 5 P.M. . 848-2592
G. Earl Quattlebaum Aubrey Burse
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45 YEARS AT
GENERAL AUTO REPAIR 0 BEAR FRONT END ALIGNMENT '
LAKEVIEW AT OLIVE - WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
853-6301 sssesoe RESE,wm0,gaCENTER
IBROOKS -UNIVERSAL TIRAVEL, INC.
BECI-ITEL JENVELERS, INC. O .2Q. 0
226 Daluru Shea! - West Palm Beach. Florida 33101
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OFFICIAL PALM BEACHES TICKET
JAMES 84 VINCENT BEAUTY SALON
OFFICE FOR ALL AIRLINES, CRUISE
it LINES AND TOUR COMPANIES
Diagonaliy Across from Stouffers at
218 Lakeview Ave. west Palm Beach, Pia. 20' Bama S"ee" Wes' Pam' Beach
AMBULANCE SERVICE, INC.
"Serving The Greater West Palm Beach Area"
if Air Conditioning f 24 Hr. Service
'N Radio Equipped i' Registered Nurse
4' Out of Town Trips On Request
'A' Oxygen Equipped
E. Perry Baker, President
220 Lakeview Ave.
TOPFER'S PIT BAR-B-Q
SpeciaIizing in Pit CooIcecI Bar-B-Q
SPARE RIBS - PORK - BEEF - CHICKEN
PHONE FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS
OPEN 11 A M 9 P M
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, h ' WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
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Harper Showcase Inc.
'A 3234 sourn mxls
'eff' wEs'r PALM BeAcH, FLA.
PHONES - sos
WALTER W. RIECKHOFF sas-3230
Congratulations To The Graduating
Class of '71
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bargains on't walt
427 Okeechobee Rd.
West Palm Beach Florida
we do 3340'
First National Bank in Palm Beach
255 SOUTH COUNTY ROAD - 655-7111
AUTO ENTRANCE: 264 SOUTH OCEAN BOULEVARD
DRUG stone, INC.
Northwood Ave. at Dixie
West Palm Beach, Fla.
SALON OF BEAUTY
6207 A-South Dixie Hy.
We Wire Flowers
Em Id FLORIST
Flowers at Their Finest
2804 South Dixie
VVest Palm Beach, Florida 33405
The Oldest Fine Jewelers
In The Palm Beaches
321 Clematis Street
DOG 'N SUDS
Ivins. FARRINGTON'S 231353
Modart f Gossard - Lilly of France - W-B A
Warner - Poirette - Camp
"Personalized Service C053 N0 MON?" 4361 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach
WHOLESALE - RETAIL!
PRECIOUS 8 SEMI-PRECIOUS STONES
GEM A MINERAL SPECIMENS
CUSTOM DESIGNED JEWELRY
205 CLEMATIS STREET
305 - B33-2314 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. 33401
Looking for that special gift? We have itl
Now Dave puts in his time ona job with little or no future.
And unless he completes his education, his time is going to run out.
-His time to get ahead. His time to get a promotion.
His time to get a better salary. His time to succeed in life.
Stay in school. It can save you a lot of time.
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JEWELRY D SIGNING
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SEWELL HARDWARE JEWELER
528 Clematis St.
West Palm Beach, Florida
204 CLEMATIS ST.
WEST PALM BEACH.
ROBERT W. WALKER FLQRIDA 33401
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Looln into Southern Bell for o reworcling future.
Reggie Hurley and
1115 Alabama Avenue
West Palm Beach
John Bound finds just the right thing for that big date at
WEST PALM BEACH FORMAL RENTAL SERVICE,
513 Clematis, West Palm Beach, Fla.
313 Datura St.
West Palm Beach
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sAviNGs AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
-218 DATURA STREET 45th SL BROADWAY 950 NORTH LAKE BLVD.
WEST PALM BEACH WEST PALM BEACH LAKE PARK, FLORIDA
A EASY METHOD Phone 844-0454
You Learn The
Extra Skills That
Make Highway Driving
3319 South Dixie
West Palm Beach, Fla.
219 So. Dixie
D West Palm Beach
Dam of bg.: gown,
29 E. Blue Heron Blvd
Riviera Beach, Florida
Look For The Golden Arches
McDonaId's ls Your Kind Of Place
2421 Okeechobee Blvd.
West Palm Beach, Florida
Thomas E. Musselwhite, Manager
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2545 OKEECHOBEE BLVD. WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
"Outfitters for Young Gentlemen"
PALM BEACH MALL PHONE
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. 683-2841
For Your Prescription Needs
1246 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.
"FOR THE BEST IN REAL ESTATE"
Specializing in -Q OF -u Residential, Commercial
Sales and Rentals Acreage and Farmlands
A. PARKER BRYANT, INC.
Real Estate and. Insurance
256 Worth Avenue PALM BEACH. FLORIDA 305f'655-2424
Congratulations! Class of '71
The Teen Board
West Palm Beach
Eugene Porter works diligently to keep the customers at
LE PETIT CAFE, in the Palm Beach Mall happy!
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HOME OF THE WHOPPER
4175 Okeechobee Road
West Palm Beach, Florida
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. . . so have we been guided by many people throughout the year. We, Debbie Harris and Debbie Swank, as
editors-in-chief of the Aquarian, wish to thank all the people who made this book possible. The number of hours
of work that goes into the making of a yearbook is large and so is the number of people who helped us.
First we wish to acknowledge our publisher, Delmar and their representative Mr. Tom Bernard, who let us in on
all the latest scoops in yearbooks. Through Mr. Bernard's help and suggestions we were able to use effective
methods, in publishing our book, we would not have otherwise known.
Special thanks goes to our photographers from Vincent Price Studios of Fort Lauderdale. Excluding their pictures,
hard work and patience we would not have a yearbook. Also our thanks go to our staff photographers, Steve Schwab
and Steve losephsen for keeping up with our strenuous schedules.
In publishinga yearbook, money is often a menacing factor and our book was no exception. So we would like
to extend our appreciation to all our advertisers, without their support our book would have been financially un-
Many times during the year problems arose that only the principal could handle and Mr. Bridwell willingly
worked with us to solve them. Sincere gratitude is expressed to Mr. Bridwell for all his help.
We could not conclude without gratefully thanking our hard working devoted staff who literally worked day and
night to make our yearbook the best possible. The ideas the staff came up with, were imaginative and new and
added a much needed measure to our yearbook. They indeed deserve the utmost recognition.
Our final thanks, appreciation, gratitude, admiration and especially love go to our sponsor Mrs. Deanne Under-
wood. Without Mrs. Underwood our yearbook would not have been presentable. Most of our ideas for the book
originated with her. Mrs. Underwood came to us as a sponsor with bright contemporary ideas that only enhanced
Qur w0rk,Through her new ideas she inspired us to earnestly work for the best possible yearbook. Our year as
editors has certainlyvbeen an interesting one. We have experienced and benefited from working under Mrs. Under-
wood so much that we shall cherish it most in our memories of high school. '
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