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Superior Vocalists Study Chamber Choir is a group of eighteen voices specializing in the singing of light chamber mu¬ sic, especially English madrigals. The class also includes music theory and conducting. This is the first year the choir members received any credit for the course. Chamber Choir sang with the Detroit Opera in Hansel and Gretal, at Illi¬ nois State U., and for various organizations throughout the year. 1. Guy Stevenson, Kevin Maisenbach, and Teresa Doyle look as if they find sight-reading through a new madrigal a bit difficult. 2. Sherry Clay tries her hand at conducting Chamber Choir in a song. 3. Accompanying Chamber Choir is another duty of member Craig Blomberg. 4. Rocky ' s best sing¬ ers are Chamber Choir members FIRST ROW: Teresa Doyle, Joanne Borden, Beth Ellison, Ann Collins, Sherry Clay, Patti Hess, Jan Beinke, Suzanne Johnson, Ann Erwin. SECOND ROW: Gene Krismanits, Bob Blick, Don Cochran, Craig Terrill, Chuck Olmstead, Eric Carlson, Craig Blomberg, and Kevin Maisenbach. Missing from the picture is Guy Stevenson. 62 Chamber Choir
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yl’ - W ]L ■ $ —m 7. Members of Senior Glee are as follows: FIRST ROW: Andrea Bertelsen, Cheryl Beam, jamy Schneider, Sandy Barber, Connie Martinson, Judy Hart, Linda Snowden, Mary Os¬ born, Teresa Doyle, Ann Erwin, Melissa Bell, Brenda Clauson, Nancy Evans, MariAnn Gra¬ ham, Kathy Kanin, Mary Skinner, Jan Beinke, Linda Ziffrin. SECOND ROW: Kathy Al¬ brecht, Susie Brooks, Karen Sealer, Becky DeMott, Vicki Ackerson, Joanne Borden, Ann Collins, Lynn Mitchell, Gina Maurus, Suzanne Johnson, Debbie Nelson, Marsha Cooper, Sus ' e Briggs, Sue Clark, Beth Ellison, Sherry Clay, Lisa Lambach, Vicki Kenney, Ann Dahlen. THIRD ROW: Janice Kimball, Marsha Baker, Sfeve Bridgeford, John Rogers, Bob Cleaven- stine, Jeff Ruud, Steve Resler, Chuck Olmstead, Kevin Maisenbach, Gene Krismanits, Don Cochran, Earl McGinnis, Craig Blomberg, John O ' Meara, Dave VanSeveren, Kathy Ehlers, Kay Murrens. FOURTH ROW: Jeff Noble, Larry Crompton, Jim Weymack, Bob Blick, Dan Ingold, Ron Caret, Jeff Hindman, Rick Magraph, Jim Clinton, Mark Hammen, Gary Ed¬ wards, Ron Tucker, Eric Carlson, Steve Greve, Curt Danner, Carl Russell. 2. The faces of a quartet of sopranos show varying reactions as a seventh period rehersal comes to a close. 3. Quiet dedication and self-discipline are what it ' s all about for Senior Glee members Kathy Ehlers and Vicki Kenney. Senior Glee 67
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Girls ' Glee Club Provides Melody A special type of sound is heard at Rocky each day as the Girls ' Glee Club assembles for a practice session. Girls ' Glee members work together for perfection in the par¬ ticular sound only this group of feminine voices can make. They participate in the musical, the pops concert and the Christmas con¬ cert, complementing the other choral groups to make Rocky ' s department one of the finest. 1. Sue Hanna is the perfect example of the hard working Girls’ Glee member. 2. Making up the Girls ' Glee Club are, FIRST ROW: Ann Dahlen, Susie Janssen, Diane Williams, Diana Lyle, Rhonda Fordham, Donna Patrick, Anna Ruck- man. SECOND ROW: Patty Behrens, Colleen Burns, Jody Morrow, Olinda Gunther, Cindy DeLoose, Paula McFall, Nancy Krug, Sue Hanna. THIRD ROW: Kathy Wilson, Sandy Wilson, VonCille Poe, Jane Robinson, Jamie Gilmore, Betty Grams, Krista Lawson, Annie O ' Mary. Missing, Deb Dorman and Teri Shaffnit. 3. Providing leadership for Girls ' Glee are section leaders and officers Susie Jansen, Paula McFall, Jody Morrow, Jamie Gilmore, Olinda Gunther, Krista Lawson. Absent: Terri Shaffnit. Girls ' Glee 63
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