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Page 101 text:
Bringing Pleasure To Others Through Music . . . First Row, Left to Right: Karen Johnston, Theda Draper, Carol Sue Sink, Vernelle Taylor, Beverly Norton, Janet Lile, Edna Harris. Second Row: Shirley Ferguson, Virginia Poole, Carolyn Christie, Connie Crosswhite, Carolyn Greiner, Patricia Crowder, Gloria Spencer. rhird Row: Jon Manetta, David Ames, CARL HARRIS, VICE PRESIDENT, Creed Frazier, Buddy Poole, Byron Yost, Charles Jennings, MRS. PEERY. The Senior Choir members offered their first ‘ ‘ chirp ’ ’ o± the season at the annual P. T. A. “ Back to School Night ’ ’. Constant work and practice kept them in good tune. The next ‘ ‘ burst of song ’ ’ was heard at the District Student Council Convention held at the Salem Baptist Church in November. With grateful hearts and joyful voices the Junior and Senior Choirs added their songs of praise to the Thanksgiving assembly. At Christmas, the Senior Choir filled the halls with rounds of traditional carols. Both choirs presented Christmas selections at the assembly. After the Choir sang the “ Halle¬ lujah Chorus” from Handel’s Messiah, the students left, feeling inspired, to celebrate in a sacred manner ‘ ‘ The Birthday of a King.” As a community project, the choirs par¬ ticipated in the monthly broadcast, “ Young Roanoke Sings, ” sponsored by W. S. L. S. In February, six talented members repre¬ sented the Senior Choir at the District All- y West Choir Festival held in Roanoke, Vir¬ ginia. For an encore performance, the Senior Choir was asked again by the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra to sing along with the high schools and college choirs, the oratorio, “The Ordering of Moses.” This perform¬ ance, given at the American Legion Audi¬ torium, was truly a highlight of the year. In March, the Senior Choir took part in the District Music Festival at Woodrow Wilson Junior High School and presented a musical program for an assembly at Roa¬ noke College. In collaboration with the Latin Club, the choirs assisted in the production of the Eas¬ ter Pageant. The effectiveness of the living pictures of Christ was made more symbolic by the appropriate music. The last thrilling but sad experiences for the choir were the Baccalaureate and Com¬ mencement exercises. The graduating class entered the auditorium for the service to the singing of “O God, Our Help in Ages Past. ” Other numbers were sung during the service and the class left the auditorium to the challenging hymn, “Once to Every Man and Nation. ”
Page 100 text:
rlicC fa w A + s s . »j Enriching Our Lives First Row, Left to Right: Myra Wills, Elizabeth Winslow, JANE HENSON, PRESIDENT, Sue Stanley, Clara Lewis, Mildred Perry. Second Row: Jo Buhles, DORIS CUNDIFF, SECRETARY, Rockla Thompson, Geraldine Byer, Martha Hash, Mary Ruth Suiter, Mar¬ garet Crosswhite, Carolyn Barnett. Third Row: Jack Minnix, Frank Carroll, Larry Desper, Paige Young, JOE FERGUSON, TREASURER, Emory Bogel, Milan Christley, Buddy Eakin. CHOIRS “Music is the art of the prophets, the only art that can calm the agitations of the soul; it is one of the most magnificent and delightful presents God has given us.”—Luther. JUNIOR CHOIR First Row, Left to Right: FAY HENSLEY, VICE PRESIDENT, Elaine Gardner, Ella Jean Wright, Gertrude Garrett, Glenda Fowler, MARIE HARTER, SECRETARY, Cynthia Butts, Pat Howard. Second Row: Barbara Poff, Peggy Smiley, Doris McBride, Barbara Oyler, Betty Murphy, Harriette Harris. Third Row: Donald Turman, Jimmy Gresham, Larry Connor, Lloyd Case, Patty Boone, Frankie DeWolfe, Bess Martin, PAGE CLARK, TREASURER, Lucy Russell, Sue Anderton, Kimmie McCurdy.
Page 102 text:
Marching in time. Accenting school spirit . . . First Row, Left to Right: Charlotte Jewell, Dorothy Eller, Sandra Lucas, Rowena Holiday, Marie Harter. Second Row: June Herrin, Eddie Eades, Robert Staton, Mary Ruth Suiter, Sue Minnix, Anita Kelley, Priscilla Duke, Betty Lou Reynolds, Richard Hardison, Alexander Rhudy, Lynn Moran. Third Row: Ann Peters, Waynetta Weeks, Jimmy Lowe, Julie Christie, Diana Thomason, Patricia Manor, Shelby Smith, Eugene Stemple, Mabel Newton, Elaine Craun. Fourth Row: C. W. Cromer, Larry Poff, Conrad Dillon, Judy Morgan, Becky Howard, Barry Goodwin, Wayne Layman, Becky An¬ derson, Robert Copenhaver, Roy Stanford. Fifth Row: MR. CHRISTENSEN, DIRECTOR, Steve Green, Coleen Brooks, Janice Kingery, Martha Sherrard, Billy Thompson, Sammy Clemmons, Bill McGannon, Steve Veasy, Wessley Hartman. Sixth Row: Ronnie Gibson, Frankie DeWolfe, Nancy Richardson, Janet Russell, Sue Reed. Joan Caldwell, Janette Kingery, Bobby Holiday, Danny Minnix, Jimmy Edwards. Seventh Row: Walter Minter, Don Hancock, Glenn Tyler, Franklin O ' Beirne, William Mussleman, Huntley Houck, Robert Rolley. ANDREW LEWIS BAND Under the leadership and direction of Mr. L. Christensen, the band has become one of the most important scholastic organi¬ zations. The rhythmical marches and picturesque drills add pep and sparkle to the football games. The Pythian Bowl game, sponsored an¬ nually by the Shriners, the Roanoke Mer¬ chants Christmas Parade and the Home¬ coming Parade were among the other activities of the band this year. With the help of the Band Boosters and the newly elected band officers, the band was able to take an overnight trip to Winchester to be in the Apple Blossom Festival. They won First place in class B. The annual spring concert brought the work and practice of the band to a close for another year. 4 98 fa
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