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Page 131 text:
MADRIGALS. Front row, left to right: Miss Rixmann,
Susan Malone, Geri Cowden, Mary Ellen Grismer, Bonnie
Jacobson, Ed Westfield, Judy Campbell, Don Harris,
Kathy Vots, Gail Haase, Victor Pagani, Second row: Jim
Munch, Don Mculler, John Peterson, Peter Kunsmann,
Members of the choral groups formed the
greeting "Noel" as part of their share of
the Christmas assembly program pre-
sented by the Music Department.
skillful application of harmony and tonal qualities in singing
GIRLS' CHORUS, lMiss Eunice Rixmannl. Front row, left to right:
Sue Erwin, Lynn Ryan, Diane Ayvazian, Miss Rixmann, lrene Griffin,
Onalee l.aMay, Yvonne Keller. Second row: Sherry Harris, Gwen
Trombley, Lee Ford, Sherri Acton, Judy Keene, Karen Taylor, Lynn
Clark, Edith Murphy, Third row: Janet Boyce, Karen Schamehorn,
Sharon Lynch, Cherie Hall, Janet Gilmore, Pat Davis, Karen Elhen-
back, Karen Postletwaite, Maureen Howley, Louise Camron. Fourth
row: Carole Owen, Darlyne Marler, Dorothy Rucker, Linda Moran,
Pat Ostrowski Judy Van Camp, Judy Muir, Marsha Hilton, Dorothy
Baker, Diane Sevonty. Filth row: Sandra Lefler, Janet Oswalt, Mary
Lou Armour, Rose Ann Behringer, Dot Livingston, Kathy Duncan, Mary
Frenchtel, Ann Smith, Sharon Fimmer.
Page 130 text:
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MIXED CHORUS. lMiss Eunice Rixmann, sponsorl. Front row, lett Jenny Sommerman, Sherry Wurtgbacker, Edith Cummings, Carol
to right: Maria Mihalyty, Lucille Lada, Pauline Moore, Judy Reich, Schneemann, Marilyn Ludwig, Nancy Becker, Carol Nicholas, Judy
Miss Rixrnann, Linda Lentz, Beulah Yeager, Trudy Halstead, Kathy Campbell, Virginia Walters, Margaret Quinlan, Carol Lay. Fifth
Vots, Jean Gilmore. Second row: Anino Fulligar, Shirley McKenna, row: Carol Weighill, Ann Wilson, Ron Montoya, Victor Pagani, Jim
Nancy Hartsell, Kay Brochman, Gail Haase, Carolyn Campbell, Kay Munch, Don Harris, Phil Castrodale, Ed Pascoe, Les Baxter, Geottrey
Bradley, Sally Helwig, Sue Whyte, Carolyn Allen, Sherry Foster. Graney,Mary Ellen Grismer, Bonnie Jacobson,Carol Matevio. Sixth
Third row: Carolyn Martin, Jean Jurgensen, Susan Malone, Nancy row: Dick Mcl'lale, Walter Richards, Ed Westfield, Wayne Dicken-
Kirk, Geri Cowden, Karen VanCamp, Ginger Werstine, Donna Hotz, son, Don Mauller, Larry Richardson, Joe Morrison, John Peterson,
Ruth DeGutis, Sue Sellon, Karen Frigon, Betty Long. Fourth row: Peter Kunsmann, Chuck Andrews, AI Remington, Butch Shelton,
Choral groups transmit ideas and emotions by study and
Developing vocal talent and broadening musical knowledge of its
members is the two-fold purpose of the choral units at Bentley. They
include the mixed Senior Chorus, the Girls' Chorus and the Madrigals,
a selected group of students with particular talent and intense interest
in vocal harmony.
All of these groups participate in school concerts twice each year. They
are also active in league musical activities, as well as area and state
Miss Eunice Rixman directs all these groups. To her-and her students-
often goes the honor of leading group singing in assemblies.
MIXED CHORUS OFFICERS lleftl include Don Mauller, president, and Wayne
Dickinson, business manager, standing. Seated are Kay Brockman, treasurer,
ue Gone "Ce pm' en on '55 'xmonn Guns' ci-ionus omcens ifagmi include Roseanne Behringer, viwpiesideni
Sherry Harris, treasurer, Gwen Trombley, president, Marsha Hilton, secretary
Dottie Rucker, business manager, and Miss Rixmann.
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DANCE BAND lMr Robert Clarkl Front row left to right Gary
Moore Roderlck Scott Fred Bobuer Phnllrp Lawson Ed Blades
Second row Walt Anderson Ron Nuedwucku Ed Newlm Peter Hec
tor Gary Clmton Bully Bancroft Third row Denms Johnston Bob
Wnlson Karen Smuth
Dance Band members provide mellow mood musrc
Creatmg a dancung mood wnth the same sernous
attentuon whnch they gsve to thenr concert band work,
the students who compruse Bentley Hngh's Dance Band
each year master more and more the techmques for
excellence nn thus musucal area They are ably and
happuly dnrected by Mr Robert A Clark, whose
appearances wnth thus select group mdncate that he
loves every mmute of nt' And so do the Dance Band
members Playmg for occasnonal school dances pro
vudes a small fund for the purchase of musuc Thus year
the group took part an the Exchange Assembly
Mr Clark swlngs and sways as he leads the
Dance Bond This occaslon was the Home
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