Camelback High School - Shield Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)

 - Class of 1965

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' . Sue Aiion, Kendis Slake .. .SECOND niirgmcicr. Kathy CiilberUon, Regina hb. Susan Rhoton, Richard fThite, Susan ' ill McGiniiis, Jo Lynn Southard, Linda TIINRI ' Ul, m.-lodk-s of the scliool orcliestra were first heard at the November 25tli Thanksgiving Assembly. Lead by Mr. Ronald HoUoway, the music organization completed a series of Christmas programs by appearing in a public concerl on December 21 and at the annual Christmas Assembly on the following day. The Combined Vocal-In- McElwaiii. Kim Rosdarul . . . T H I RU ROW: Nancy Cain, Mary Beth Roger, Frances MalhiasQn. Ron Boat, Tom Kimsey, Mike Stutfield, Robert Thompson, Robert Henry, Sylvia Turner, Bobbie Turner . . . BACK ROW: Director Ronald Hollouiav, lohn McConnell, Barry Cameron, Stephen strumental Benefit Concert, February 18, raised money for music scholarsiiips. Participating in the Phoenix Union System Festival on April 30, the orchestra was able to hear groups from other city schools. The final functions at which orchestra members performed were the Spring Concert, April 20, and baccalaureate. Concerl Choir Officers — Librarian Lana Pressler, President Stan Boghosian, Vice President Jim Pa- quin. Secretary Sharon Hunsicker, Treasurer Can- dace Hooper. Band Officers — FRONT ROW: Drum Major Joe Wilczewski, President Bill Gibney . . . SECOND ROW: Vice President John Ark, Treasurer Hilary Everett, Librarian Christine Evans... BACK ROW: Assist- ant Property Manager Ron Boat, Property Manager Concerl Choir — FRONT ROW: Mrs. Hazel Smith, Sue Welseh. Ann Chitlester, M,j; Pearson, Dawn King, Norma Fraijo, Connie Patrick, Kathy Sirwaitis, Linda Schaeft^^ Carol Hansen, Susan Freeman, Connie Troy, Donna Barker, Shirley Russel, Judy Nienn.. Judy Daggett, Penny Lindstrom, Myrna Williams .. .SECOND ROW: Mrs- Lucille Sta,,!r, Pat Tucker, Ana Stelter, Diane Bergstrom, Judie Nichols, Kristin Stake, Susan Munstermn- Chris Fields, Jane Houser, Diane Moats, Billy Evans, Tom Rawlins, Irene Georgas, Chi.. Sook Wilson, Judy Archer, Nancy Solazzo, Lana Pressler, Judy Gutafson .. .THIRD ROU Sharon Hunsicker, Pom Kelso, Beth Fitchet, Dee Ann Weipert, Tony Van Reusen, Den: Altjeltis, Steve Hudson, Jim Paquin, Bill Potter, Larry Massie, Stan Boghosian, W i: Schumacher, William J. Challberg, Larry S. Bull, Bob Roberts, John White, Candy Mm,,. Barbara Bowman, Jill Gregg, Riccie Lou Tillery, Christine Smith... BACK ROW: An4r Swanson, Kathy Barker, Carol Ditzler, Cheryl Sigler, David Lubin, Scott Ogilvie, Gnr.i Hanchett, Judd Shafer, Bruce Burke, Jim Bramuiell, Craig Ritchie, Ron Bohlman. / Castro Jr., Dave Eich, Mike George, Larry Wiebe, Charles Erbe, Kathy Holyoke, K„ Walker. pONCERT Choir once again demonstrated its ability to successfully entertain ^through the year. The majority of performances appeared during school a. semblies. The Thanksgiving Day Assembly opened with a choir ensemble singinr; " We Gather Together, " establishing the mood for the presentations that followed. The Christmas program for December consisted of four events. On the 8t ' l:, the a cappella choir presented a variety of Christmas songs at the city compli which were broadcasted throughout the valley and state on KTAR radio and TV The second Christmas presentation was at Thomas Mall the night of Saturda; the 19th. Combining with Orchesis, the choir entertained the public with a frci evening concert in the gym; the Christmas Assembly the following morning highlighted selections from concert. Concert Choir ' s presentation of " Oh Pioneers " and " God of Our Fathers " helped expand the feeling of patriotism in the February 12 Patriotic Assembl;. Also on the second semester agenda was the concert choir benefit ( February 18) with all members of the Spartan musical department being featured. The Choral Festival followed, taking place at the Phoenix Union Auditorium with ail schools in the PUHS district participating. Business combined with pleasure when the choir spent Easter vacation per- forming at Disneyland. Ending a year of over 40 performances, the group gave their final one at commencement. Shouimanship learned in musical actiuities THE Cainelback Marching Cavalcade featuring nearly I 100 musicians plus the pom and flag lines, was a welcome addition to the pagentry of football games. Conducted by Mr. Ronald Halloway, the band entertained their viewers at halftime during home games and before game time when the team was away. Debbie Wilczewski, sister of drum major Joe, was the hand mascot and a featured performer. Band members also performed at numerous assemblies. Always a significant part of pep rallies, they continually aroused student enthusiasm. Participating in the Patriotic Assembly, the musical group won loud applause for their stirring presentation of " How the West Was Won. " A combined music benefit concert held in the gym (Feb. 18 I raised S500 for music scholarships for summer camps. The group also attended a system band festival at Phoenix Union. March 26. A busy list of spring activities kept the music makers occupied . . . from marching in the rodeo parade to the Spring Concert, May 4-, and a Music Assembly, May 7. The final event of the year was playing at com- mencement. 7.5 ACTIVITIES Concert Band — FRONT ROW: Robert Reese, Rodney Barlow, Bruce Friedhol, Dick Davis, Paul Ladd. Tom Kimsey, Dave Schager, Bill Gib- ney, Lindy Brumley, Ron Boat, Pete Willcutt, Rick Miller, John Black, David Giillen, Mary Potvers, Allan Ross, Hilary Everett, Pat McGinnis, Jo Southard, Karen Hojman, Nancy Cain, Chris Evans, Susan Rose, Jen- nifer Burgmeier, Sheryl Hamlin, Ann Ratclil, Becky Speer, Judy Baier ...SECOND ROW: Director Ronald Halloway, Kathy Moore Martha Foltz, Ellen Bennink, Jerry Wenning, Charles Skomer, Bob Isaman, DaNell Ransier, Sue Chambers, Dennis Ertvin, Joe Sinims, Jim Brum- tvell, Tim .irihur. Ken Chute, Sylvia Turner, Rick Dobyns, Dennis ^ D Simpson, Barbara Garrison, Rick Yerman, Linda Schaefer Mary Rice D. L. Strowbridge... THIRD ROW: Mike Holpern, Roger Cohen Pete Ltnder, Les Olson. Robert Henry, Robert Thompson, Gary Roles, David Latvrence, David Raintvater, Greg Schager, Steve Ansel. Debbie Wilczew- ski, Bilhe Jean Garrett, Judd Shajer, David Hawkins, Bobbie Turner Chet Atkisson. Terry Gamble, Chris DeQueljoe, Kathy Hrebec, Barbara Fish, Chris Gray, Ann Kipp . . . BACK ROW: Paula Busby, David Treat David Thompson, Joe Weiss, Mel Reekes, Lewis Burnett, Jim Cofer, John Ark, Lynn Compton, Jerry Bryson. Vicki Gardner, Toni Wayland, Joe Wilczewski, Mickey Stone, Lana Pressler, Bob Dudley, Roger Eich, Ron Bohlman, John Vojtko, David Madole, Douglas Benton, David Folger, Jim Killgore, Greg Robinson. r^ a o 1^ ' ^

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