Southport High School - Anchor Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

 - Class of 1964

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Southport High School - Anchor Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 87 of 140
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Zglginning Vyvafd C2644 The Beginning Math Club has been es- pecially organized for those students wish- ing to further their interest in mathematics research and its practical application to our lives, During the meetings, many members work on projects that can not be done in class. Results and conclusions may then be presented to the members for discussion. To qualify for this club, a student must have taken Algebra l and ll, and must be presently enrolled in Plane Geometry, The club, sponsored by Mr. Carl Fowler, elected the following officers: Leland Thompson, president, Jerry Moffat, vice-president, Christa Peterson, secretary, and Dan Due, treasurer. 1 7!lif'l!ifl'i 'To further interest in the various fields of medicine and to promote medicine as a profession are the principal aims of the Medicci Club. Under the supervision of the sponsor, Miss Blanche Penrod, the of- ficers, Carol Ziclcler, presidentg John Butler, vice-president, and Carol Miller, secretary- treasurer, plan interesting programs, During the year, the members see slides and films, and hear guest speakers and lectures, all of which add to the success and purpose of the club. unior pvc! 605.1 The Junior Red Cross is a service club composed of representatives chosen from each home-room. A well-organized emer' gency plan to be used in case of any dis- aster which might occur was developed by the club. The members collected money for toys and games to give to the children in hospitals. Under the sponsorship of Miss Reed, the officers include Jim Woodall, president, John Lane, vice-president, and Ruth Ann McConnell, secretary-treasurer. k f 5 ,VS hwwwmni, , T Mgr. N9-is 1

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lviyciem cm The Phy-Chem Club offers an opportun- ity for students interested in science to enrich their knowledge and experiences in the field of physics and chemistry. The new constitution limited membership to students having a "B" average and earning fifteen points or more throughout the semester. Officers were John Soroko, president, Bill Parmenter, vice-president, and Janis Jamison, secretary-treasurer. gllllll'Q WMIUPJ Through Future Nurses, girls interested in entering the Medical field have the op- portunity to explore their possibilities. Speakers from the various walks of nursing enriched the meetings. Candy Stripers can obtain first-hand experience ln one of the hospitals of the community. Leading the club this year are president, Becky Tout, vice-president, Joyce l-lurstj secretary-treasurer, Becky Sawyerj and his- torian, Phyllis Schramm. .XQJUQITCGCJ Those students who wish to increase high school knowledge in the field of mathe- matics do so by joining the Advanced Math Club. Having a high average in algebra and a high score on the entrance exam made up by club sponsor, Mr. Snepp, are the requirements for membership. included in their activities was a trip to IBM, which was of great interest to all who went, Members become quite skilled in solving the difficult problems which are given to them during club meetings. The officers are Randy Caldwell, presidentp Steve Car- son, vice-president, and John Calendar, sec- retary-treasurer.



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g,4,4 The Girls Athletic Association is an or- ganization for all girls interested in athletics. During the year, there are many tourna- ments such as table tennis, basketball, vol- leyball, and shuffleboard in which the members participate. Those girls who qual- ify may join the varsity girl's basketball and swimming teams and compete with other G.A.A. teams at different schools. The G.A.A. sponsors the Turnabout and Sweater Swirl Dances that all students may attend The organization concludes the ac- tivities for the Year with a Mother-Daughter banquet. Beverly Tabor is president with Penny Browning as vice-president, Joan Snyder as secretary, and Marilyn Bowers as treas- urer. Mrs Clampitt is their sponsor. .gufure jfacAer5 ..!4I1'l0l'iC6l. To teach or not to teach is the important question that the Future Teachers Club endeavors to help its members decide. Dur- ing the second semester, several of its senior members enroll in cadet teaching. They are sent to some of the township grade schools where they assist the regular teacher in any way she wishes them to help her and observe methods of teaching. One day is set aside during the school year when the members teach the classes and assume the administrative positions. The officers under the sponsorship of Miss Blanche Penrod are Marji Mitchell, president, Carol l-lartley, vice-president, Mary Ann Alspaugh, secretary, and Vir- ginia Schulz, treasurer. jh? AJUILIICQJ gofogg The composition and formation of chro- mosomes is just an example of the many fields of study in which members of the Advanced Biology Club do research. This year the members worked on various pro- ject committees. included in this program were: a committee for building a green- house, a badly needed place to raise plants, a committee for studying the skeletal sys- tems of different animals, a field-trip com- mittee -for looking into possible trips that the members might take, another commit- tee for doing research in various phases of microbiology, and many other committees, interested in other fields of research Anyone who has taken or is taking Ad- vanced Biology is eligible to join the club. The officers include Rick Shepard, presi- dent, Nancy Ellis, vice-president, l-larriet Schooley, secretary, and Barbara Graff, terasurer.

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