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r r f J 179 M t SKSix Price, Miller, Picres, White, Hodge, Kirsh, Wilheim, Patrick, Roy, Bornstein, Lynn, Hoyal, Green, Crabtree, Tucker. Regan, Edberg, LaFluer. Stump, Parker. Lozz, Sturgeon, Williams, Hidely. Springer, Dcnman, Ki kbride S a rt Yelland, Horitz, White, Nix, Koler, Bettinger, Powell, Kelly. Wilson, Bolas, Kephocot, Artz, Squire, Richardson, Anderson, Thompson, Zettemyer, Yelland, Healey, Fuerhardt, Holmes, Barker, White, Neuman. Howard, Lang, McCill, Sutherland, Dantoct, Hoyal, Owen, McCallum, Johnson, Yelland, Cross. Walkup. Armstrong. Clemors, Adams, Burley, Sompovitch, Clements. Wold, Roberts, Little, Burns, Dugruid, Spring, Shultz, Davis, Holthom, Driggs, Mrs. Beebe. Juckett. Mixed Chorus THIS year, because of the financial conditions in our country, the music depart- ment decided not to give an opera. This decision was reached after much careful consideration upon the part of the music faculty and the administration. Realizing that so many calls have been made upon the finances of people this year, and also realizing that many people are being deprived of attending concerts, plays, and even movies this year because of the scarcity of work, the Music Department of the entire city system united, under the direction of Miss Shropshire, in presenting to the community a lovely concert the first week in December. The first half of the program was presented by the elementary schools, beginning with the kinder- garten band and continuing grade by grade through the eighth grade. The second half of the program, presented by the high school, consisted of selec- tions by the High School Band, Senior Orchestra, Senior Boys ' Glee Club, Senior Girls ' Glee Club, and the combined Boys ' and Girls ' Glee Clubs. That this entire con- cert was greatly appreciated is evidenced by the number of letters from school patrons and from musicians and educators which have been received congratulating our Music Department on the purpose and ideals displayed.
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Stricklin, Whittington, Stocking, Dorris, Bishop, Boland, Eastemston, Byers, LaCour, Peysa, Hallowell, Rolbson, Moyer, Kelly, Hill, Coldthwaite, Larson, Davis, Dominguey, Davis, Blake, Carnot, Heinold, Ulmer, Scroggins, Coddard, Clement, Stacy, Kistler. The Band ONE of the most popular organizations of fjrte school is the band, directed by Mr. Ulmer. This organization has willingly afven its services at the football games, rally assemblies, club meetings, and vanoup fecial programs. Many assemblies have had a most inspiring beginning because they [asked the band to staj t things off. The band, this year, did mums, at the home football games. Al ea which to entertain the bleachers resting. rther 1 game they vvorljed itween halves wn The organization has be ed whenever at all pos was given to the American tion to take part in their and enthusiasm snappy stunt with football heroes were demand for commtinvtyWtivities, and has respond- ed fthe,most oufsta j ( iV bits of community service boysjkave up their Armistice Day vaca- fT ft qity park. Student VDirecMs ...A " ... .Ml ommy Davis— Joe Blake Libraria i V. J V..,..J?. X v ' Jack Stocking Manager .1 Y . X- i Marshall LaCour
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180 V Matson, Price. Miller. fatrrek-r Ray. Bornsteen, Lynn. CaUowax Hoyal. Creen, Crabtree, ' Tucke arker, Lou, Sturgeon, Wilson ' Springer. Denman, Kirkbride, Spiere. " Powell. Kelly. Wilson. Boland, Barker. White. Neuman. Howard. Lang, Arti. McCill. Yellord, Davis, Fuirbardt, Hudley, Kephardt. Mrs. Clements, Burley, Samchovitvh, Adams, Wold, Holtham. )uck, Juckett, Driggs, Armstrong, Sutherland, Danford, Holmes, Walkup, Hidley, Cross. The Girls ' Senior Glee Club THE Senior Glee Club has a large repertoire of lovely selections always polished and ready to present in public This year the girls have sung for the |unior and Senior assemblies, Girls ' League meetings, the Christmas program, and furnished sev- eral numbers for the biggest of all. the Music Festival, where they received much favorable comment especially for their tone work and diction. From the club this year a girls ' vocal ensemble of nine girls and their accom- panist have presented several programs: The Masonic Lodge, Woman ' s Club. Parent- Teacher, Eastern Star, Business and Professional Women ' s Club, an exchange pro- gram with South Pasadena High, several churches and at the Teachers ' Institute, held in Alhambra OFFICERS Dons Price • • ■ President Marion Howard Vice-President Winifred Wilson Secretary-Treasurer Mrs Clements Director
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