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The pride and joy of Ardmore Highschool this year
has been its snappy sixty-piece band. Under the
supervision of E. Paul Enix the band has done more
than its part in bringing distinction to Ardmore High-
At the Ada Band Meet in February Drum Major Billy Galt
marched his high-stepping red and Whites straight to top honors.
In front, leading the parade With Billy were prancers Dorothy
Engelhardt, Betty Io Scott, and diminutive Bobby Gene Scott.
The band was presented in two outstanding programs this year,
the impressive Band Concert March 20, and the Spring Recital
given jointly with the mixed chorus May 2.
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Eighteen seniors, each with a bad
case of iitters awaited behind stage
the rise of the first curtain of "Ameri-
can Passport," last November four-
teenth and fifteenth. Afterwards,
however, sighs of relief were heard
x. plus two long groans from Mr. Io
- Russell, director and Maria lane
Hall, assistant, for the first night of
the play was over and a success at
that. The same story may be told of
Friday night's presentation which ful-
E filled and completed the tradition of
the annual senior play of Ardmore
The cast included George Ellis,
Manette Lowenstein, Virginia Isbell,
Crawford Rogers, Nancy Gray ,
Martha Colvert, Bill Galt, Bette San-
ders, Carol Risser, Darrell White-
hurst, Othella Gordon, Betty Io Scott,
Mary Louise Suggs, Iuanita Davis,
Thomas Norman, Iuanda Brady, Betty lane Fields,
and Weaver Iohnson.
"What a Life," a Henry Aldrich play, was pre-
sented last April as an all-school production under
the direction of Mr. Io Russell, with Mary Louise
Suggs, Bette Sanders, and Nancy Gray as student
directors. Henry Aldrich, who was portrayed by
Robert Scruggs and Thomas Norman, emerged
from one mix-up to find himself in more confusion.
However, the entire trouble was traced to George
Bigelow, a bully and trouble-maker. And so the
curtain fell on another "Oh-but-I'm-in-a-mess" plot
which ended happily, leaving an audience just
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Twenty-two members seem like a small organiza-
tion, but the Work the orchestra does and the
technique it displays proves that recognition
comes from quality rather than quantity.
The orchestra furnished the accompaniment for the
all-school play, the Baccalaureate and Commence-
The repertoire consists of standard symphonic or-
E. Paul Enix is the conductor.
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