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Page 50 text:
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
The snip ofdnusic added a new department, the Boys' Glec
Club, to its crew on March 29, 1939. The captain of the club,
M1SS Jones, has proved very capable in directing us. .The total
membership of twenty-seven include fourteen tenors and thirteen
bass voices. .
'We worked on several selections for boys'.and men's voices,
and also for mixed chorus. Among these were: WDr1nk to me only
w1th,Th1ne'Eyesu, nRoses cf Piccardyn, and nShcrt'n1ng Breadn.
We have also worked on several old favorites for our own amuse-
The boys have taken a great interest in the glee club, and
next year we hope we will have the privilege of singing at sev-
Anchors Aweighll When the ship pulled out of the harbor last
fall, it had on its deck a good band, ln which there were about
thirty-five members. This band is under the direction of our
faithful captain, W. Stegeman. A
The band has given two excellent concerts during the year, at
the Adams High School. For special numbers our captain had on
deck the three trumpeteers, the saxaphone quartette, and instrua
mental soloists. On these voyages we were also accompanied by
the glee club. -
The band seems to have a pet march, called WThe Mariner Marchu
the one.where Bergene can show his talent on the base horns This
march made a hit with the public as well.
In the distance we saw the lighthouse, and anchored into the '
harbor again. We seniors, who will not be back on deck next year,
hope that there will be many new members, and we firmly beleive
that old Adams High will have a good band.
' Q Frieda Amble
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. The Girls' Glee Club is at the end of a lovely voyage un-
der the splendid supervision of Captain Sylvia Larson.
'Thirty-five high school girls have made up the crew this
year. We have had hardly an absence all year, with the excep-
tion of a few cases of sea-sickness. .
Our first-mate, Frieda Amble, was accompanist for our crew,
The shlpmates have sung in many special ports, some of which
are: the concert given at P.T.A., the.Chr1stmas program, com-
mencement exercises, and baccalaureate. I I
A few members of the sh1p's crew: Arlene Otto, Jean Tiegen,
Virginia Beck, Eunice Torgerson, Ruth Anderson, Isabel Wohlers,
and Marjorie and Margaret Duggan sang at many special occasions.
Some of the songs they sang on this trip are: WThe Bells of St.
Mary'sn, WGo1n' Homen, WI Passed,by Your Windowu, Ultalian
Street Songn, WG1ann1an Mian, NThe World is Waiting for the Sun-
rieeu WAllah' Holida 0 WThe Glow Worm' US athyn and
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UM1ghty Lak' a Rosen. Q
This year, when our ship came into home port, all the mem-
bers of the crew received a letter WAN signifying one year of
sailing. p p I
The senior members, Roberta Barthelme, Frieda Amble, Isabel
Wohlers, Eunice Torgerson, and Cleo Heimer, received their letterc
earlier, a reward for four years of sailing with the Glee Club.
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' JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS '
A The Junior High Chorus was begun in 1956, by Miss Marie
Sanders. -A number of new members have been added this year mak-
ing a total of thirty-one members, namely: Amanda Bratten, Marion
Smith, Elsie Wood, Le Donna Johnson, La Verne Johnson, Vivian
Severson, Archie Hanson, Allen Knutson, Frederick Bolton, Ralph
OWU, Junald Berg, Willard Anderson, Donald Tiegn, Vincent Bolton
Dorothy Torgerson, Patricia Erckenbrack, Donis Osmundson, Evelyn'
Anderson, Margaret King, David Wiste, Irwin Tiegen, Ward Bergene,
Arvella Johnson, Merna Barke, Katheleen Lewison, Romona Anderson,
Neal Sllndee, Robert Wigham, James Berg, Adeline Hanson, and
Eve Tucker. - A
During the past year we sang WMountain,StreamW by Mary Brew-
ster, an arrangement from Beethoven's nM1nuet in GU and uFa1th
in the Futuren by Marion Lord. At commencement we sang the selec-
tion, WThe Old Ganoen. J
' A large number from the Junior High Chorus participated in
the vocal selections in our Christmas operetta.
During the coming years We hope the grade children will be
interested in the Junior Chorus and continue making it an out-
standing muslcal organization in our school. A
Elsie Wood '
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