South Side High School - Totem Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)

 - Class of 1967

Page 94 of 184

 

South Side High School - Totem Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 94
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First row: Cleo Swager, Kathy Ingalls, Tyla Hinshaw, Lin Knettle, Christie Wilson, Mary Gondos, Gayle Stapleton, Margie Dickmeyer, Karon Modezjewski, Julie Durnell, Nancy Freeman. Second row: Marcia McCroskey, Jan Schmitz, Cindy Shireman, Sandy Lipp, Margaret Eberly, Bonnie Hagerman, Linda Smith, Annie Bolman, Cari Small, Lynn Ress, Carol Kettler, Linda Reichert, Susie Jones, Julie Inskeep. Third row: Colleen Talbert, Karen Thomas, Pamela Ellet, Elizabeth Doctor, Sheila Marley, Sue Miller, Debra Waggoner, Jan Wallis, Judy Hoffman, Pat Hollister, Cricket Tieman, Vicki Spears, Rosanne Hughes, Jan Trier. Fourth row: Ann LaMar, Debra Amstutz, Gail Lochner, Cynthia Snearing, Cyndy Peter- sen Karen Pflueger, Ann Merritt, Kathy Schagfenacker, Roz Frankenstein, Sue Dochterman, Pam Mielke, Gail Sheray, Patty Morrissey, Jeri Stebing. Fifth row: Linda May, Becky Brown, Carol Deitch, Charlene Post, Kathy Mundt, Rhonda Riedel, Betty Carpenter, Judy Rice, Ann Craw, Debbie Han- aver, Robin Waldschmidt, Janis Hieber, Polly Rea, Kayla Spillson. Sixth row: Sue Armstrong, Grendel Burrell, Bookeer, Mary Crenshaw, Ernestine Howell, Anita Baker, Wanda Brown, Bertha Stalling, Karen Coplen, Jean Dunlap, Cyndee Blair, Sue Pendergast, Sheila Ehresman. These girls added continuity to the enthusiastic yelling of the rest of the stu- dents by belonging to Cheerblock and attending home games as a prerequisite for cheerleading. Athletic Interests Of Kelly Students Reflected As A green banner, a white blouse, and a dark skirt- Cheerblock. On the list of extra-curricular activities for the second year, South Side's cheerblock increased to one hundred girls this year and did its best to out- yell any other cheering section it encountered at games. During the football season the girls sold a package of five ribbons which students could Wear to support the athletes. With the baskeball season came the orga- nized block which attended every city series and home game. The co-sponsors of the club, Mrs. Phyllis Bear and Mrs. Dorothy Arnold, decided that regular practices were not necessary, but they did initiate one new rule. It was decided, in agreement with the cheerleading sponsor, that any girl Wishing to try out for cheer- leading must have served in the Cheerblock for at least one year. The members of each class nominated a representa- tive of the class, and from these girls Junior Julie Ins- keep was elected captain for the second year. Under the direction of Mr. Robert Drummond, the Flagbearers added a bit of pageantry to South Side's home athletic events. These girls Worked with the band and Mr. Drummond on the technique of present- ing the flags for the pre-game singing of the National Anthem. ,f 5 1 f 3. Kneeling: Diane Schnizer, Darlene Hughes, Karalee Krause, Jan Thompson, and Cindy North. Standing: Debby Nusbaurn, Karen Varner, Julie Spears, Carol Smith, and Sally Moore.

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