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Page 53 text:
MR. SCHLABACH MR. SUPPIGER
Top Row iLeft to Rightl: Klum, Beckwith, R. Allerton, Smyers, Ablin, Scott, Fishler, Ben-
efiel, Ellett, Firehammer, Clark, Florin, Mull, Mitchell, Dudley. Fourth Row: Van Ant-
werp, Shaunttee, Stokes, Sprague, Simanton, Wells, Wylie, Dudley, Leviton, Hunt. Third
Row: Ross, Peterson, Simanton, Atwood, Hetherington, Tidy, Jerue, Snyder, Pappalardo,
Edgell, Moore, Conway, Pheres. Second Row: Zanders, Gelder, Caldwell, Jennings, Fro-
berg, Kutschinski, Humphrey, Mammina, Seabolt, Perce, Rickel, Mull, Feather, Fisher, Tyner,
Dodson. Bottom Row: Stanley, Orcutt, Brown, Eckert, Ziemke, Dritely, Messal, Boettcher,
0. Allerton, Peppel, Humberg, Hand, McDowell, Marcus, Ackenhusen.
The Benton Harbor High School Boys' Band had a full season in the fall, marching for
all but one of the home games and for numerous parades. It united with the Girls' Band in the
St. Joseph football game and made a large radio outlined in lights. It honored Coach Roels in one
of its football drills. In the spring of 1938 it went into competition at Elkhart and emerged National
Regional Marching Champions. This title is in our possession for two years and may be used by
us in any way. For the St. joseph game, a new drumfhead which made quite a hit was purchased
with "National Marching Champions" written on it. Each member received a medal at this contest.
In the summer Band, numerous concerts were played, a benefit baseball game was played
and the band went to the Michigan State Fair in the latter part of August. Here also, each band
member received a medal.
On Thanksgiving, a benetit football game was given for the band in order to send it to the
American Legion Convention in Chicago, The money taken in from this game went into a trust
Ending up the marching season, a spaghetti supper was given for the band members and
some of the "alumni"
President ........ . Al Pepple
Vice President . . . . . Bill Brown
SecretaryfTreasurer . . Paul Florin
Business Manager . . . . Bill Ellet
Librarian . . . . Stanley Mull
Drill Captain . . Frank Moore
Page 52 text:
Top Row QLeft to Rightl: Allen, E. Nimtz, State, Soper, Sabin, Packer, Tillstrom, Bateman,
Raeside, Hill,Bellows. Third Row: Wieser, Deaner, Burket, Boyd, Gunn, Habel, Gast,
Benedix, Lawrence, Clark. Second Row: Filstrup, Baocash, M. Zindler, Cullinine, Curtis,
Golka, Slenker, Carley, D. Zindler, Cutler, Baumeister, Johnson, Barker, Hallinger, Lewis.
Bottom Row: Moats, Dewey, Gast, Leiby, Sauppe, Maxham, Furst, E. Nimtz, Peters, Forburger,
Foley, Mueller, Belle Nybro, Betty Nybro, Landon, Rock.
Some people say "Music makes the world go around." We know it makes this school
go around. The eighty girls who make up the allfgirls' band of Harbor High have proven this. They
are a funfloving group.
On September 30 the Girls' Band went by bus to Kalamazoo, where they shared the spot'
light of the Harbor lHighfCentral football game. A special drill was given between the halves,
BfHfHfS and KfC were the formations performed.
Two new drum majors have been added to the staff of the Girls' Band in the persons of
Elenor Rock and Virginia Hamilton.
Between halves of the NilesfBenton Harbor game on October 7 we put on a tricky
drill which included the formation of the words HfO'WfDfY NfIfLfEfS.
Our winter concert on February 1 was a grand success. An unusual feature which added
to the accomplishments of the band was an A Capella Choir. This was part of "A Fantasy
in Blue" arranged by our able director, Mr. Russell Suppiger. '
Throughout the year we took part in various other celebrations and played on different
President ......... Vera Deaner
Vice President . . . Nancy Filstrup
Secretary . . . . . Betty Peters
Treasurer . . Jacqueline Anderson
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