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xgjexfpf Entering the District Solo and Ensemble Contest year were Darlene Boatman, Phyllis Hughes, Suz-
anne Rodebaugh, Carla Withner, Carol Coates, and Debbie Bertum, who with the accompaniment of
Donna Marovitch captured a first division rating. These girls are selected from the Advanced Choir
for their good quality of tone and voice.
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The Southport High School Orchestra anxiously awaits Mr. Stephen Argyelan's down beat.
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Under the direction of Mr. Bill Schmalfeldt, the choir provides
musical concerts through the year for many of the programs given
by the school. ln the annual Christmas Concert, held at Indiana
Central College, the choir wore for the first time their new,
wine-colored robes. These robes added greatly to the pomp and
pageantry as the choir joined with the orchestra in the presenta-
tion of l-landel's "Messiah". During the spring they take part
in the Spring Festival, Baccalaureate, and Commencement. The
officers are Jim Whisler, president, Don Dyson, vice-president,
Linda Park, secretary, Suzanne Rodebaugh, treasurer, David Hol-
man, sergeant-at-arms, and Patti Engle and Emily VanDeman, li-
"Onward and Upward" is the rule of work for the Southport
High School Orchestra, made up of members of the concert band
and string orchestra. During the year the orchestra performed at
many concerts under the direction of Mr. Stephen Argyelan They
presented the Christmas Concert, played at the Easter Sunrise
Service, Baccalaureate, and other Spring concerts. This year the
orchestra served as host for the Mid-State orchestra concert,
bringing together talented high school students for a weekend of
fun and practice. The officers were Susan Thomas, president,
Pamela Grischow, vice-president, Stephanie Tilson, secretary,
Sharon Schlensker, treasurer, Hannah Meyer, librarian.
The octet, composed of boys from
the Advanced Choir, sing at the Dis-
trict Solo and Ensemble Contest an-
nually. This group includes Jim
Whistler, Ronnie Winkelmeier, Mike
Fasel, Wayne Faires, Danny Smith,
Bill Osborne, John Williains, and
Doug Brooks accompanied by Donna
Marovitch who earned a first division
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Producing a play and learning "Bingo"
in French are but a few of the activities of
the French Club. Those who wish to know
the customs, history and language of the
French people can learn a great deal from
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Chamber-
lin and Mrs. Carmichael, the officers are
Steve Short, president, Gary Magee, vice-
president, Diane Spaulding, treasurer, and
Patti Engle, secretary.
The Advanced Latin Club is an ogani-
zation tormed by those students who are
taking or have taken second or third year
Latin. The club gives the students an op-
portunity to further their knowledge in the
area of early Roman customs, entertain-
ment, and way of lite.
The club under the leadership of Dan
Fleetwood, consul, Leland Thompson, pre-
consul, Sharon Schlensker, quaestor, and
Carmen Griger, aedile, is sponsored by Mrs.
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Those students who possess the desire
to further their interest and knowledge of
the Spanish speaking people and nations of
the world gain this advanced knowledge
through the activities ot the Spanish Club.
Unfortunately, all are not able to take ad-
vantage of this interesting club because the
membership is restricted to only those
Southport High School students who have
taken or are presently taking Spanish. The
club sponsor is Mrs. Graham, and the of-
ficers are Pat Due, president, David Asher,
vice-president, and Phil Sonnenburg, secre-
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