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JUNIOR CHOIR Seated, Left to Richt: Joyce Crosswhite, Helen Adams, Jo Ann Lindamood, Margaret Gore, Mrs. Nelle Peery, Jean Campbell, Colleen Robertson. Second Row: Nadine Kessler, Jeanne Lynch Hobbs, Jane Tingler, Mary Alice JVoods, Ann St. Clair, Dot Douglas, Myrtle Garrett, Jackie Frazier, Jackie Comer, Dorothy Karnes, Sonny Loman, Ray Stump. Third Row: June Logan, Pat Logan. Ray Stump. Joyce Crosswhite. .. Margaret Gore. Jo Ann Lindamood. . Ann St. Clair ! Jane Tingler j Jeanne Lynch Hobbs Dot Douglas Margaret Gore. . President .... Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer . Librarians Publicity Chairmen . Accompanist Patriotic Program in October. Assisted with Thanksgiving Program in November. In March gave a program of sentimental songs with words by American poets, dramatized with stories and living pictures. This was given jointly with Mrs. Pedigo’s English classes. Assisted with operetta in April. 4 91 b NINETEEN FIFTY
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SENIOR CHOIR First Row, Left to Right: Beverly Obenchain, Anna Hill, Julia St. John, Iris Howery, Joyce IFood, Irene Szvedberg, Joanne Frazier, Vona Lee Deel, Stella Greenway, Mary Ellen Whitmore, Ann Renick, Betty Jean Carper, Barbara Grossman, Mrs. Nelle Peery. Director. Second Row: Doris Smith, Helen Harter, Darlene Mowbray, Nell Eller, Jacqueline Doss, Elizabeth Sellers, Douglas Ann Lewis, Judith Furrow, Joan Crawford, Edith Harris, Myra Draper, Joan Haupt, Betsy Galbraith, Elinor Miller, Shirley Hartman, Juanita Agee, Deloriese Gebhardt. Third Row: Paul Crawford, Robert Carter, Raymond Watson, Eugene Dixon, Preston Hancock, Grady Campbell, Edward Price, Charles Carper, Wilson Kolrner, Dick Normoyle, James Evans, Corbin Wade, Dick Hite, Bobby Cofer, Marshall Dennison. Dick Hite . President Nell Eller . Vice President Iris Howery . Secretary Joan Crawford . Treasurer October .Patriotic Program November .Thanksgiving Program December .Christmas Program for Salem Music Club. Presented a program of solos and duets for the Annual Banquet of the Salem Kiwanis Club January .Religious Program for Assembly February .Sacred Program for World Day of Prayer at the First Methodist Church in Salem March .Sang in Massed Choir for Youth Night During Preaching Mission Week April .Easter Pageant with Latin Club on Palm Sunday Program for Salem Woman’s Club in Appreciation for the New Choir Robes which They Helped to Purchase Broadcasted Program over WDBJ Sponsored by the Thursday Morning Music Club of Roanoke One Act Operetta, “Rumpelstilskin,” Composed by One of Our Choir Members, Preston Hancock, also the Operetta “Bells of Capistrano,” by Charles W. Cadman May .Sunday Afternoon Concert June .Music for Baccalaureate Sermon Music for Commencement Supplied solos and duets for twelve churches. 4 90 Charles Carper] Anna Hill Bobby Cofer Julia St. John , Reporters THE PIONEER
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THE BAND Clarinets Norman Stemple Charlotte Thomas Mary Ann Turner Betty Jo Harris Doris Martin Sue Garnett Dorothy Boone Bettye Lou Rettinger Mary Anne Logan Shirley Kingery Nancy Stanback Janet Munsey Judy Trevillian AIary Borden Drums Richard Viar Jay Musser Kenneth O’Beirne Baritone Henry Holliday Irma O’Beirne Geneva Peterson Bass Harold Pillow Everett Graham Trombones Jack Good Ronald Brooks Melvin Harter Raymond Lee James Garner Don Vandergrift Trumpets Bobby Stanley Burcelle Johnson Alva Conner John Miller Paul Copenhaver, Jr. Helen McGue Wayne Smith Victor West Edith Jordan Rodney McNeil Roy Harris Michael Lawrence AIary Catherine AIanuel Rosie Lee Lockett Flutes Iris Cundiff Charles Charlton Saxophones Jimmy Evans Nancy Fariss Carolyn Coleman Rachel Yount Mellophones AIargie Harris Odrie Bowling Imogene Helton Betty Thornberg Head. Majorette Charlotte Thomas M ajorettes AIary Anne Logan Imogene Helton Director Mr. L. Christensen Under the excellent direction of Mr. L. Christensen, the band has participated in many activities during the year. Most important, and perhaps most enjoyed by all, was playing for the football games. Andrew Lewis was represented in the All-State Band Convention in Radford and also in the Music Festival in Covington. The annual concert was presented in February. Besides being a source of personal development and entertainment, the band fills an important place in our community life. The Band led the annual Halloween Parade in Salem and also played at the Veterans Facility. Adding pep, cheer, and color to any performance, we feel that the Band is a vital part in the life of the school. «S| 92 }2 - % THE PIONEER
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