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Junior EaglesIgnite Fires of Friendship,Pride,Competition In the hearts of all members of the junior class burned a flame of true Edgewaterpride. New outlooks cultivated, struggles fought, situations mastered, and exposure to Eagle tradition provided the fuel for an undying fire within each individual student. Ordering class rings early in the year aroused an anxious expectation and added to building enthusiasm for the class of 1970. Chilling weather greeted college-bound juniors and stimulated achievement as PSAT's were administeredearly in October.Friendship was created for Totan, student from Japan. The highlights of football sea. Class sponsorsMr. Iohnson, Mr. Kanrad, and,Mrs. Daniels d,isscuss the orom.

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son, homecoming and the Boone game, found juniors unleashing

creativetalentsand exhibiting over. rrg w h e l m i n g s p i r i t . P r e - h o m e c oim excitement was generated by creati n g p a r a d e f l o a t sa n d p a r t i c i p a t i n g in the parade itself. The splendorof halftime thrilled all who witnessed it; junior attendants and escort: were radiant. Fervent screamsand victory dances swept juniors upward into the wave of pride for those mighty fightin' Eagles. With the advent of a new vear. juniors determined to strive for , meri. g r e a t e rg o a l s i n r " h e m i s l r y A can history, and other classes.-{s a dramatic climax to a crucial ,vear. juniors worked on and attendedthe enchantingJunior-SeniorProm, creating memories to linger far beyond the barriers of time.

As president ol the junior class, Larry Rash presid,es oaer a meeting and cond.ucts all thz business; with the stud,etutsin mind,, he and, the other off.cers d,iscussproblems, ideas.

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"Twenty-three-lour-foe-si, . . .," Tteasurer Deetlee Bellord counts and adds Profits, records with' drauals and, deposits, calculdtes dioidends and handles the bank account lor the juniot class-

Iunior class off.cets conlet to program the yeafs cal' enilar, balance the bud.get, co-ordinate actiuities, con' tact contempordries and etduate projects ol the year.

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Chemistryand OtherSubjectsProvideFrontiersof Knowledge Thomas Brown Linda Brownlee April Bryant .LrhnBryant Ross Bryant Larry Buckmaster

Barbara Bunn Linda Burgess Edward Burkhardt Sharon Burroughs Deborah Burton John Burton

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Richard Cayton Bryce Cerwensky Vickie Champagne Bernard Charlebois Margie Charles Joan Cheney

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Dan Collins Candy Comstock Terry Comstock Simon Cornell Craig C{)rnett Debby Corrch

Mike Conlon Donna Cook Fred Cook John Cowart Jo-vceCrager Elizabeth Creed

George Crimmings Ricky Crittenden Wayne Cropp

Terry Daniels Ed Davis Judy Davis

Sandy Crosby David Crume Heath Curdts Randy Davis Debbie DeBarre Martin Dennis

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PledsesFulfill Usual Tasksfor ServiceClubsof Their Choice Sandy Elms Debbie Elrod Pam Engdahl Dirk Engstrom Paula Enters Svlvia Ericsson

Pauletta Ermler Robert Eubank Ann Evans Cathy Evans Edward Evans Larrv Everson

Nancy Ewing Jim Farr Karen Faulk Aaron Fechter Ann Fechter Suzy Fender

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Bound Into Enthralline World Of Edsewater

"169r/llrs. II alden, sophomore class sponsor, busily reuiaus plans lor coming class project,

Sophomoresentered a totally new and challenging realm of ideas, experiences and activities the moment they bounded into the world of EHS. Unsuspecting Baby Eagles were swept up in the excitement of Homecoming, football and state playoffs, pledging, Boone week, dances, and senior high school studies. Flapping their young wings with the Eagle spirit they had quickly acquired, sophomores displayed unfailing loyalty and true pride throughout tle year. Soon their downy feathers developed into sleek Eagle plumage and sophomores were off and flying. At the head of the flock flew Mike Kelsey, class president; JiIl Swofford, class vice president; Dusty Sutton, sec. retary and Betsy Leedy, treasurer. Behind them followed the class of '71 one of the best flocks to inhabit E.H.S.

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Bill Forsterling Skip Fricke R. Cardner

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Becky Salas Dennis Salzat SuzieSammut Jim Sams Kevin Samuels Judy Sanderlin

Don Sandford JeaneneSawler Dolores Scanlon Pattie Schad Terry Scherer Lynn Schieber

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HERTES AND SON As Greg Stimpson selects a distinguishing dinner jacket, he realizes that "men uith class wear the stylish 'threads' with class." And, lor that reason, Herles and. Son is his habituol,

stop u,hen the lormal gatherings roll arounil. For the neut occasion which calls lor the most elaborate lormal attire, make the scene at 384 N. Orange Aoe-, the home ol courtly clothing.

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As the bea ol toddy's moilern sounds continues, the stud(nts dt Roydl School ol Dance deuelop an aptitude lor Jancr joot worh. DeNora Hammond, Sue Atherton, and Pam Lab trv art-

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For the shatpest yet salest motor cycle arounil, Al O'Bien and, Kyle Neisler uisit Schmidt Motors. All ol the trimmings lor a super cycle are also located at 2001 East Colonial Drioe.

Pat Hargroae anil Sam Demoret find that "Dairy Queen hot fudge sunilaes just can not be beat." The nett tine tour taste buds fequest d mouthwotering treat, oisit 5301 Silter Star Roal-

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lohn Clenn lewelers offers such a ldrfie selection ol class rings, that Cathy Gibbs and, Rick Grooes haoe a hard, time d.eciding betueen them. The store also houses a wide uariety ol

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KIRSTEIN'S I'atricc trIesserl.)eyf.nds that looking lor a perlect card. is a ,telichtluL task dt Kirstein & Sons. iqor an endless selection ol ptrsonal stdtionery and grcetings, try 2211 Ed,geudter Drite.

Don Denmark iliscol)ers that his lientlh 7-Eleten stores hou:"s atuimtnensesupply ol party snacks,ddiry proltrrls. anl }.o:,:.hold, good,s. While you do your shopping. .ool it uith an i....

PUBTIXMARKET Shopping ptoaes interesting lor Al Amato, as Susan Engel selects the findl pdrty item. Regardless ol your grocery needs, tou will fnd sheloes which simply ooerflow uith scrumptious

baked and canned goods offcrecl at Publit. Fhen spe.ia! dim'r guests or unexpected.company art;I:es, serr'e the pleasins iodts uhich e dutilable at the store. . .rhere shopping is a p[.asur".

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ADVANCE DISTRIBUTORS The lriend.ly people at Adoance Distributors will helo you to sclect a lolcly lamily or personal Bibte. Jackie tihin and John Bacon are looking through a beautilully illustrated, one.

PRAGERGUNS

Oh no! It's a shoot-out betueen Thund,er Thornton and Rosie Spiuey. Both ol their guns dnd ammo came Jrom Prager's so it's got to be close. Orlando's best guns are dt Prdger's.

MONTGOMERY WARD Farts is the complete d,epdrtmetutstore lor the complete person. Locateil dt 2500 Vest Colonial Dr. in Orlando, Montgomery Ward is edsy to shop where it's corLoenientto find. utha-

erer you or your lamily neeils. Marion tolnson shous Cindy Brown the type ol sportsman's equipment he would, just lot,e ta own, dnd hopes she will take a hit t-always go to Warts.


BEIL SOUTHERN uants to knou another girl's phone nunber. Southern B"i! ic cated on Magnolia in ilountown Orlan,lo, Likes ttt h;i:' : ' : ' uith their telephone business.That's rahy thet're nttnti,'r t'.'

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CHAfrIPAGNE COTORINC. One ol the nost exciting parts ol a school elent is uieuinpl the pictures alter they come back lrcm ChampagneColor, Inc. Shoun htre, Carol Daniels and Pat Ki.lLian reminisce togethcr.

STYTES OF ELEGANCE Beautilul Edgewater gi s like Chris Cauffeld lcnow the best place to go lor beauty care is Styles ol Elegance. Here Chris is being shotan some beauty tips and, secrets by Wayne Reckie.

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lor a nominal lee, antl you can too. Vhat d. great iilea lor a Sunilay alternoon tlate! Il it is an inuestment you arc loohing Jor, Hond.as are aery economic.tl. So, oisit Honda ol Orlando.

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When you see thdt sign d,isplaying the slogdn "Dykes does it again," you knou that you haae ariDeil at Jesse Dykes Motors, a place where better cars are sold. Whether you uar* a Volks'

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FLORIDAGAS their shouroom at 600 V. Robinson and let them shou ;,:. one ol the model kitchens uhich they hat,c on disp[ar o, :,. their large selection ol gas tdnges dnd all other gas applian..,

Patty Smith anil Ronnie Vinn romantically contemplate the day uhen their kitchen t:ill be installed by Florida Gas. Florida Cas has the most modcrn natural gd,s ranges in Florida. Visit

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Jan McCall dnd Rcx McPherson cyc the mouthuatering past':' \ in tlrc Winn Dizie supermarket on Ed1eu'ater Dr{te in Lr,ll,z" Park. It's the stuart pldce to go lo. rerv good things to eot.

ChucJ;ll[ason puzzlcsorer thich oJ thc three hats jron Engel's unilotms anil men's dppdrel store he uould prefer. EngeL's has an dbunddnt selection ol all men's cLothes lor their customcrs.

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A surc cure Jor all ol your musical ills is at 2518 Edgewater Drixe-better knoL,n a.sBanduagon Music. Shown here are Irene Dreayer antl Daoid. Yowell, uho aluays select Bandwagon Music.

Il you want the most recent recortl auailable, then Nancie's Retortl Shop is uhere it is. Nancie's is Locatetl at 2004 Ed.geodter D Deuhere Chris Hand, and Brenn Eo;tmatu buy the best,

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AIBERT'SDRUGS the place to go Jor atLythitugyou need, lrom medical supplies to cosmetics is Albert's Drugs. Locatetl at College Park and at Northgate Plaza, Albert's makes your shopping days go better.

Fhat a uay to spenil a restlul hour or tuo alter a hard school dar'! Shoun here enjnying a coke are Sterte Pumphrey, Lind'a Fhite, Cyndi McKee, and Robert Bryan, uho will tell you that

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bank to be serued,by an efricietutcashier.Dusty Sutton ad this is their kind, ol bank. College Potk Bill Mathews d,ecid,e Nationol,Banh is conaenientlylocated,at 2315EdgeuaterDrite.


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Leating the off,ces ol the American Pioneer Lile Insurance Company are Nancy Haass and, Sharon Stansbury, where they hate been inuestigating the benefits ol the Americats Youth

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Cuys who lilce to dress smartly go to the "ltr"-store- Lduin Aspinall and, Nancy Foster ty to dgree upon a SHARP jac. ket lron the assortnxent at Pressle/s. 2308 Edgeuater Drite.

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STEVENS PATRICIA Want to be a lashion model? Then go to Paticia Stetten's Finishing School. Debbie laden and Tommy Sutton admire the graie illustrated by models ia a lashion book. Stop dreon'

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Beclter anil Darlene Fogarty come to Steak'n Shake to celebrate oJI ol our Eagle aictories- So, lor last seruice anil gredt lood,, join your lriend,s oJten at SteaL'n Shake and be "in."

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Susan Hoeltke and, Pat Bell seem to be haoing problems, but here comes Voorhees Gull Service Station to the lescue. Il tou udnt the best seroice and repair it's Voorhees lor you.

WINTERPARK LANES At Vinter Park Lanes, 1111 W. Fairbanks,you'll aluays lnd lun and lriends. Here Mike Grunt roillingly gioes Riedy Lustiz a help so she'll be able to come atualenioy hersell more oiten-


WALKER CHEMICAT ROBERTS PERFECTIO Walker Chemical dnd Erterminating Inc. at 3210 Clay St. can keep your home Jree ol pests. Sand,y Martin and, Robert Trend knou Walker's is the "best agd.inst pests" in all ol Florid,a.

Roberts Perlection Dairy Products are healthy ani! taste good too, Sam Demoret onil Pat Horgrouo knou that )ou .an t b;at d combination like that ! Keep stocked, uith Roberts oroducts.

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snack. Both shops haxe o conlcnient tal+e-out seroice lar tl.. person on-the-go,or you can enjoy a pleasant meol in th,:. spacious dining area. Tom's Pizza and BeeJy King cdter to ).:.

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Locateil on 17-92, Vinter Park Driue-ln isn't the best place to hat)e d fldt but you might run into a lriend. to help you fix it. Ask Laura Earris or limmy Yatsuk; euerybod,y goes there-

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For larming and agricultural equipment, Hooil Tractor has one ol the best selections in Central Floida. Located at 2120 N. Orange Blossom Trail, jeeps, land, rovers, and heaty equip'

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takes care ol Richard,, dnd shous him the time.saaing uays in which mod,ern banking is done. So il you are thinkitug ol opening an account turn to College Park First Fed,eral Banlt soon.

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Brasher's Gull cdn sernice your car whateuer the trouble may be. This lriendly attenddnt tdlks the ptoblem ouer uith lanie Hetitt and lohn Maxfietd assuring them oJ a quick solution.

Bellows w l blow your mind. with their selection ol Magnotot teleuisions, rad,ios, phonographs, and, Frigid.aire qppliance! Boo Hankins goes wild ot)er this three-in-one thedter modd.

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Dauid Leddon knows thdt il a booL has been published, chances arc it will be lound on the shelaeso.t Tdylor'Catlisle, Located' at the Winter Park Matl, the store also houses book guides'

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IOHN LOVE'S Trimming a set ol stylish siilebutns presents no problem lor Iohn Loae and, his barbers. To look his best, Doug Montgomery oi,sits 3011 Ed,gewater Dr. where friend,ly seruice is employed,.

cocA-coLA "Homework goes better uith Coca-Cola," agrees lud,y lacobsoa thtle she and, Steue Ackerman enjoy a quick breok lrcm their assigrLments.Marie McArdle and Paul AeiJlo dso d,iscaer that

socializing is made ol,l the mote enjoyable by shating a Coke Jor two. When you're in the need ol a real relresher, uhy not select the d,rinh uhich you'll neaer get tied, ol-Cocd-Cold-

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tust as the yedrbook staff aims to create unlque layouts and pleasing copy, it is the goal ol the printer to publish a mechanicolly flatoless book- Foote anil Davies has renilered. such

a sen)ice to Edgewater lor many years. Mr- Harrell Brookt a company consultatut, oflers Mrs- Abke, and editors Sallt Shulct and lra Rosenblum, a final suggestion belore departing-

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the highway moued on, a mass ol lines, split curuing in all diff erent directions. tousle headed,shirt plaided, thurnb out, he head,ed east to the mountains wa'chingsunsetin the west. here a car, there thrown into a truclt lor a lew miles on these flatlands that seem to go east loreaer the white dry sand,yland that looks like water in the moon. a long pilgrimogeto lhe mountains in the east where the sun rises. mountains with blue pealcs, rising up through the cloud,s. where, ago, God,reacheddown antl toucheiJthe earth. and,lrom then on, once in a blue mountain, there was peace. Dean Engstrom


Edrtors.. Ira Ror.,l,lSally Shuler Senior Sectioa: ltq Dreayer, Susan Kiat, Sh8[ Stansbury Iuniot Seclion: Etgab, Economos,Libby Bricc Sophomore Section: fu Welch, Jan Wilder A cademi.cs: Bonnie Balcr, Boo Hankins, Denisc Mumpower Sporls.' Robert Hance, Bill Berry Features: Linda Hanlon, Ira Rosenblum, Sally Shuler P hoto gr apher s : J ohn Bacon, Chuck Mason, Craig Rudolph Adoerti sing M anager : Suut Engel B usiness M arwger : Melanic Jonee Treqsurer: SteveSing. haue BusinzssStaff: Maty Brovm, Linda White, Clndi McKee,Kay Baldridge

Acknowledgements Print er's Consul,tott : Harrell Brooks Photography: Bill Parish, Ed Tilson, J. C. Squires, World Vide Photos F aculty P.lot ography A doisors.'JarnesSmirl, Ed Sincic lrl.' Doug Montgonery EzsizessSpozsor..Vicky Kammer Edit orid Sponsors: l-aui* Abke. JeanetteCounsâ&#x201A;Źll

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