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-A The best band in the city of Nlount Vernon? YVhv
it's the Davis band, under the direction of Mr. Licht. ltls
the must active civic minded, too. lVhenever a war bond
drive, or a P. T. A. meeting was held in Mount Vernon,
one heard the drums, and other instruments, doing their
best. The Band Parade and Band Concert echoed their
wonders to the world, and when Dick Sagman and Abra-
ham Greenbaum began to play the flute T well, it was
known far and wide.
The Band was behind all the football players and with
them came the twirlers, who had a hard time keeping
their skirts down on those windy days - their sparkling
batons twirling, and, at the head of the procession, the
Sonnenblick twins, executing those tricky stepsl
Cultural music at Davis came Lllldel' the capable direc-
tion of Mr. Nielsen. Even the most unmusical of us sat
up and took notice when the choir went through the
strains of the "Lord's Prayer" at our regular assemblies.
They really made 'lbeautiful music", especially at the im-
pressive Christmas assembly.
Stop all workl Forget all testsl - That's the cry that
rang out when Mr. Nielsen's clarinets and violins began
their practice twice a Week in the auditorium. During the
term Rosemary DeBruyn tried to keep the eyes of the
orchestra on their music as she conducted the struggling
musicians. The highest point was reached however, when
the graduates marched down to re-
ceive their diplomas while the band
played the "Re-cessional" at the
When the budget had to be
fixed and the musical arrange-
ments planned at the Davis mus-
icals, the G. O. Music Committee
stuck its thumb in and always
pulled out, not a plum, but a
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