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Page 67 text:
Tri-1 honors achievements
of talented Rebel musicians
The three Xlws in Tri-M, South-
sides honorary music society, stand
for Nlodern Music Nlasters. lt was
open to any student with a B average
in music and a C average in the other
subjects, and who had passed an
audition before the group and a
written test on the principles of Tri-
NI. Highlights of the year were the
initiation ceremony, the Christmas
party, and the end of the year cele-
bration to honor third year music
Officers were Vikki Furrow, pres.,
Don Clifton, v.p., Janice Siefert,
sec.g Linda Lewis, treas.g Nlr. Robert
Dwiggins and Mr. Ernest Boyer,
LEFT: Senior Linda Lewis, Tri-M member and
winner of state honors in her field, clarinet,
practices in the band room. BELOW: In an in-
eongruous atmosphere of
Brown posters and Tri-M
senior Vicki Furrow sits quietly.
TRI-M-FRONT ROW! Beth McCammack, Deb-
bie Hahn, Stephanie King, Sherry Arnold. Vikki
Furrow, Melinda Rappe, Janice Poor, Debbie
Topper, Janice Siefert, Carolyn WValn, Kay
Brown. ROW 2: Linda Lewis, Bonnie Bonshire,
Lee Hathaway, Kathi NVhite, Becky Flatler, Kris
Miller, Joe Zins, Jennifer Kearns, Michael Ly-
kens, Judy Beeler. ROW 3: Belinda Ellis, Nancy
Allen, Frances Baker, Kathy Vaught, Sara VVat-
ters, Paula Ilutson, Karen Zearbaugh, Teresa
Stiles, Margret Neddo, Patricia Casey, Norm
Bird, Alan Simon. HOW 4: Beverly Allen, Jane
Dyke, Priscilla Delk, Jerry Arnold. BACK RUNY:
Daniel Criekmore, Larry VValker, John Brinson,
Bill Brown, Dennis Fisher, Kenneth Knoderer.
Page 66 text:
Career clubs lead students l
on path to Hthew vocation
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA CLUB-FRONT RONV: Earnestine Cooper, Teresa Stiles,
Sherry W'illis, Angie Paskins. ROW 2: Paula Hutson, Debbie Smith, Carolyn Yvaln, jerry Hurn, Rita
Sarah, Beth VVright, Gayle Rhinehart, David Swearingen. ROW 3: Diane Bauer, Vicki Rudbeck,
Sara Watters, Anna Chandler, Patricia Casey, Dcloris Thompson, Vikki Furrow, Linda Bush.
BACK ROXY: Mr. Roger Creenawalt, Priscilla Delk, Mary Anderson, jean Maitlen, Beverly Allen,
jane Dyke. Pat Farr, Ricki Estes, John Barr.
DIVERSIFIED COOPERATIVE EDUCATION CLUB-
FRONT ROW: Donna Spurlock, Linda Thompson, Linda Sexton,
Pam Mason. BACK ROVV: Cheryl Balsley, Don Flowers, Rex
Falls, Cindy Stevens. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB
-FRONT ROVV: Debbie Topper, Brenda Venable. ROVV 2:
Vicki VVest, jamie Miller, Kathy Sissom. BACK ROVV: Pam
Abercrombie, Melissa Ashley, Brenda Porter, Rexrenna jones.
f 'Mei M
The theme HThe Era of Modern
Teachersw dominated the yearis
programs of Future Teachers of
America. Speakers emphasized that
now, more than ever before, the
teacher is recognized as an invaluable
asset to societv.
Distributive Education and Distri-
butive Cooperative Education Clubs
had an advantage over most clubs in
that they were also classes. This year
a scholarship to Ambers Beauty
School was offered to a DCE student.
DCE officers were Linda Sexton,
pres., Donna Spurlock, v.p., Pam Ma-
son, treas.g Don Flowers, treas.,
Cindy Stevens, parl., Tim VVeist,
rep., Rex Falls, hist., and Mr. East-
DE officers were Kathy Sissom,
pres., Brenda Venable, v.p., Rex-
anna Jones, sec., Vicki VVest, treas.,
Debbie Topper, rep., Pam Aber-
crombie, parl., and Mr. Kenneth
Speaking before the FTA on the education of teachers is Mr. Robert
Kellemis student teacher in English, Miss Linda Banton.
Page 68 text:
CONCERT CHOIR4FRON'l' ROVV: Kris Burnett, Bonnie Bon-
shire, Becky WVilson, Jennifer Kearns, Charlene Bonner, Kay
Brown, Sherry Harrison, Beverly Allen, Beth Morton, Lee Hatha-
way, Judy Beeler, Georgia Guinn. ROW 2: Steve Bundy, Gary
Greene, Betty McCaffrey, Beth McCammack, Kathy Vaught, Bar-
bara Jones, Evelyn Jester, Janice Siefert, Carolyn VValn, Carole
Clark, Barbara Venable. ROW 3: Herbert Russell, Mike Dillie,
Emajean Sandridge, Brenda Oliver, Patricia Claspell, Karen Zear-
baugh, Carolyn Cole, Patricia Casey, Starlett Alexander, Evelyn
Rockett, Francis Baker. ROV' 4: Mike Brown, Carolyn Buchanan,
Margret Neddo, Jeanne Beemer, Jean Maitlen, Nancy Allen,
Donna Hensley, Rita Phillips, Bruce Blair, Herbert Denney, Eddie
True. ROVV 5: Kathy Poore, Debi Riddle, Linda Allred, Randy
Nelson, Ron Goodman, Mike Props, Robert Chambers, John
Pugh, Richard McIntosh, VValter Thompson. BACK ROXV: Leonard
Gadberry, Frank Adams, Michael Terry, WVallace Johnson, Alan
Collins, Robert VVhite, Bill Brewer, Ronnie Denney, Mitchell
Waters, Richard Roberts.
usical ambassadors promote
A Southside to outside world
Enjoying one of the lighter moments of
Southernaires practice, senior Janice Siefert
and juniors Beth MeCammack and Gary
Greene rehearse one of their repertoire.
Southsideis good will ambassadors
in the Held of music were the Con-
cert Choir, Robe Choir and Southern-
aires. They entertained at least thirty
different audiences such as churches,
civic clubs, and school functions.
For Christmas the Concert Choir
caroled in the cafeteria at lunchtime.
At one outstanding event, the an-
nual Community Sing at the field-
house, the high school choirs of
The Southernaires, Southsideis
select singing group of approximately
twenty-five boys and girls outfitted in
red and white entertained such
groups as the Kiwanis Club, Optimist
Club, and Lions Club.
Officers of the Concert Choir were
Steve Bundy, pres., Becky Wilson,
v.p., Alan Collins, v.p., Karen Zear-
baugh, sec.-treas., Patricia Claspell.
sec.-treas., and Mr. Ernest Boyer,
director, who also directed the
groups. There was a repetition of
oiiicers in the two classes.
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