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Mixed Choir Officers are as follows: Fran Kaegals, Vice-President; Marguerite Bryan, Librarian; David Crosswhite, President; Sharon Hash, Secretary-Treasurer; Nancy Tate, Pianist. MIXED CHOIR The Mixed Choir, whose membership is open to all students, seeks to develop a fine appreciation and enjoyment of music through the study of good choral literature. Much time is spent on fundamentals of tonal production, rhythm, accuracy, tone quality, diction, and intonation. It is through these techniques that we choir members have the opportunity to im¬ prove musically. In addition to providing the music for the Easter Pageant, our choir has also appeared in several concerts during the school year. Accompanist, Nancy Tate. ROW ONE: Nancy Meador, Evelyn Furrow, Patricia Craft, Carol Showalter, Ruth Per¬ due, Rebecca Wilds, Margaret Tyler, Judy Huffman, Karen Crady, Sue Bones, Dianne Robertson, Mr. Simmers, Director. ROW TWO: Patty Mae Martin, Nancy Martin, Frances Kageals, Ann Saunders, Jimmy Bolling, Philip Shreve, Bonnie Willard, Margaret Scaggs, Sharon Mann, Lois Davidson, Cynthia Witt, Judy Gresham. ROW THREE: Dotty Smiley, Becky Thomas, Carol Musselman, Bonnie Thompson, Marguerite Bryan, Bennie Hall, Garnett Vass, Larry Price, Paula Lada, Sheila Hyatt, Sandra Reese, Joyce Tarpley. ROW FOUR: Carolyn Byer, Kathryn Hull, Jean Gleason, Rose Dudley, Robert Dudley, David Cross¬ white, Ambrose Panned, Bobby Dooley, John Blankenship, Drema Fitzgerald, Sharon Davis, Sarah Myers, Sharon Hash.
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ROW ONE: Allison Watts, Dianne Peters, Shirley Dulaney, Dianne Edwards, Linda Harter, Nancy Archer, Linda Furrow, Jean Fincher, Sally Rikard, Beverly Miller, Dee Stinnette, GwenDean Johnson, Mr. Simmers, DIRECTOR. ROW TWO: Barbara Jeffries, Pat Southern, Sylvia Witt, Brenda Butler, Doris Gearheart, Betsy Stokes, Karen Bowles, Morris, Diane Wirt, Mary Collins, Ann Carroll, alby. ROW THREE: Pamela Haynes, Maurice McBride, James Finney, John Rutherford, Russell Jacobs, Robin Grant, Jerry Young, Michael Spessard, Jimmy Breedlove, David Webb, Norman Moore, Leigh Wiley. ROW FOUR: Carlton Collins, Roger Cox, Richard Dixon, Dennis Clower, Steve Hawkins, Larry Jones, Billy Combs, Lynn Eades, James Gacek, Norman Shockley, Gene Adkins. (NOT PICTURED): Steve Furrow, Jane Nash, Sandra Tyree. A CAPPELLA CHOIR The A Cappella Choir officers are as follows: Jerry Young, LIBRARIAN: Jimiify Breedlove, VICE-PRESIDENT; Billy Combs, PRESIDENT; Sandra Tyree, SECRETARY; Sylvia Witt, ROBE CUSTODIAN; Betsy Stokes, TREASURER. The A Cappella Choir, whose membership is selected from the student body by audition, con¬ tinually strives to develop good vocal and work habits that will enable members to perform with a relentless desire for perfection. By coming close to attaining perfection in our concerts and re¬ hearsals we develop a feeling ol satisfaction, which is essential to the success of our choir. In addition to the many concerts at school, our A Cappella Choir also performs at other schools, colleges, and churches. During the past few years we have ap¬ peared before the Virginia Education Association and the Southern Division-Music Educators’ Na¬ tional Conference.
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SEATED: Sherry Banner, SECRET ARY; Pat Kageals, VICE-PRESIDENT; ROW ONE: Gary Bowen, Charles Mussleman, Steve Boaz, Tommy Beaman, Marie Hofer, Dickie Garst, TREASURER. ROW TWO: Benny Hall, Roger Cox, Raymond Kirby, Chick Rakes, Robert Davids, Ben Chapman, PRESIDENT; Perry Bailey. BI-PHY-CHEM SCIENCE CLUB The aims of our Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club are to understand the importance of science in our lives, to encourage interest in scientific careers, to give service in our community and nation, and to carry out the program of the Science Clubs of America and the Virginia Academy of Science. Our activities each year include sponsoring a hop, entering a float in the Home¬ coming Parade, going on field trips, and entering individual projects in the Science Fair. SPONSORS
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