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lINIOR CHURUS SE IOR CHURUS
HIC Girls' Vhorus is at musical
orgatiiizzttioii c o mp o s e cl of girls
from any class who love music and
enioy an hour of singing 1'l'jI2ll'Cllt?SS
ot' their zthility to rezzcl music Thi-
purpose ol' this wguiiizzttioii is two-
lolcl: Iirst. to direct and ztcqttztiiit
the stuclents with simple vocal mu-
niemhers can group tlieniselves
tround at piano and "simply sing."
Since the lieginning: ot' the year.
the Ciirls fhorus hats ztppeurecl in
everztl school ztssenihlies and patr-
ticiputecl in the Spring: Concert.
Much credit is clue this group untl
sic: ztnfl secontlly. to provicle un op- their clirector. Miss Helm. for the
portunity for the group to spend un
informal. social period when the
plenflicl performances achieverl.
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Seated: M. Kramer, S. lVelker, C. Kripplebaucr.
StmuIin,g: I. Chappell, P. Loeper, R. Victori-
Pillllf-Sfl P. Fcffcmif.
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ano, E. Maieil, I. Hcplcr, R. Paul, I. R. Paul.
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Soloists: Shirlcif Newton and fuck Ufalter I. Hcplcr.
S We hear the stirring music
echoing and re-echoing throughout
the building, we pause to enjoy for
a few moments the beautiful har-
mony. It is the High School Orches-
tra at its weekly rehearsal.
To what great proportions this
group has grown has been evidenc-
ed by its many public performances.
Through Miss Hehn's consistent ef-
fort in developing the talent which
presented itself, the Orchestra in-
creased in size and ability, and was
a worthy acquisition to the High
HE Butler High Swing Band
was organized during the early
summer of 1944. The members of
this outstanding group have shown
exceptional musical ability and are
steadily gaining wide popularity.
both in and out of school.
The talented members ot' the
organization are lo be commendefl
for their willingness to participate
in all school affairs. No praise is too
great for the student director. Law-
rence lVelker, who organized and
directed the Rhythnieers.
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ICTURY F RM V0llJNTlEER
OT all our fighting is being
done on the battlefronts. In blue
denim shirts and rolled up jeans
many young women worked on
farms throughout the nation.
The group pictured on this page
were members of the Woman's
Land Army of the U. S. Crop Corps
during the summer of 1944. The
girls lived at Westfield, Connecti-
cut, in the heart of the tobacco
growing section, and worked under
the supervision of the Women's
Land Army and the University of
Connecticut. The members of the
camp were recruited by the local
Farm Labor Office from various
high schools throughout Schuylkill
The girls enjoyed various kinds
of recreation, including s e V e ral
conducted tours to spots of histori-
cal interest in the Hartford area.
Despite their inexperience, the
girls made an excellent record and
had the distinction of holding the
highest production record of any
similar camp in Connecticut.
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