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Page 57 text:
There reallllg is ei difference
ls there really any difference
between the Anchorettes and Show
Sure there is, the Anchorettes are
a performing group, besides being
the official hostesses of the school.
The Show IVle South Club deals
primarily with new students getting
used to South and making them feel
Just what exactly did each group
Well, the Anchorettes marched
out with the flag during the pregame
shows for football and basketball
season, they represented a kind of
patriotic Drill Team. They also
helped out on Back-to-School nights
and raised money for a charity.
S.lVI.S. assisted new students in
getting acclimated here through per-
sonalized tours for each new person.
They held a luncheon for the new
people in November, and they tried
to keep in touch with them. They also
had pizza parties for themselvesg the
Anchorettes too had their own par-
ties lcomplete with kidnappingsl.
Well, I suppose the main thing
they have in common is a wish to
assist and help others.
Anchorettes, SMS 53
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1. Before departing for the Overland Park
Parade, the Anchorettes squeeze in one more
practice. 2. Senior Jenny Garrett, president
of the Show Me South Club. 3. Show Me
South Club-Front Row: Becky Petersen,
Leslie Hoffman, Pam Stupas, Lois Miller, Deb-
bie Roberts, Susan Mackey, Lisa Herbert and
Kathy Long. Middle Row: Sallie See, Mary
Ellen Perkins, Susan Jones, Joan Capodice,
Judy Synek, Cindy Reese, Sally Vaughn,
Kristen Larson, Vice-Pres., Dan McCurry.
Back Row, Beth Kangas, Karen Glowacki,
Betsy Cronan, Bonnie Grosser, Jenny Garrett,
President, Heather Johnson, Lori Hicks, Mr.
Phil Larson, sponsor, and Brad Akright. Not
pictured: Liz Kingsbury, Dana Reeves, Laurie
Flaig, Katy Catlin and Jennifer Childs. 4. Mr.'
Phil Larson fills out transfer forms for new
students. 5. Anchorettes-Front Row: Beth
Kangas, Commander, Becky Augustine,
Historian, Cindy Totten, Liz Drankenberg,
Sergeant-at-Arms,' Tracy Nichols and Cheryl
Maher. Middle Row: Beth Blundell, Secretary-
Treasurery Susan Hanson, Kelly Roy, Amy
Chambliss, Kelly Shryock and Elise Faber.
Back Row: Laura Sullivan, Connie Berner,
Captain, Jennifer Parker, Robin Berg, Carolyn
Seiter, Roo Riva, and Pam Craft. Notpictured:
Tammy Haskin. 6. Connie Berner, Roo Riva,
Liz Drankenberg and Elise Faber flash their
smiles as they march onto the football field
before the North game. 7. Sergeant-at-Arms,
Liz Drakenberg, calls commands to the
Anchorettes during a football show.
52 Anchorettes, SMS
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1. mrernarional Club, FIRST Row: Kirn
Ormsby, Joyce Hill, Sonia Hansohu, Sally
Alberg. SECOND ROW: Colleen Regan,
Michele Watts, Pam Craft, Debbie Carle,
Susan Snook, Julie Hillstrom, Maria Sullivan.
THIRD ROW: Connie Berner, Tracy Nichols,
Beth Blundell, Janet Trentman, Rene Welch,
Lisa Jones, Sirpa Jokinnen, Nancy Arteberry,
Julie Schoenfeld. FOURTH ROW: Beth
Kangas, Carole Bittman, Andrea Gorelick,
Cindy George, Deanna Oden, Lorinda Brodie,
Jim Melia, Valerie Sandberg. FIFTH ROW:
Kathryn Cook, Dana Yarik, Ginny Fox, Suzi
Zidziunas, Nancy Salmonson. 2. Sirpa
Jokinnen was South's sole exchange student.
3. Mr. Jim McCoy discusses past travel ex-
periences with Scott Hamlett and Jennifer
Palmer. 4. Sirpa shares French songs. 5. Mrs.
June Farson distributes information to
students interested in the Youth For
Understanding program. 6. 1978-79 co-
chairmen: Dana Yarik, Ginny Fox and Carole
54 International Club
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