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world's renowned composers.
one of its most successful years.
String day is an important practice session for string instrument
players to work out dlflicult passages in concert and contest music.
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The music-makers of the orchestra are CLeft to right, first rowl Barbara Terry, Rachel Richardson, Caroline Kirkman,
Lawrence Brown, Ellenor Terry, Sam Carrard, Jimmy Tetter, Deanne Lewis, Paul Moss. fSecond rowl Johnny Holbrook,
Libby Nicholson, Marilyn Pruette, Louise Boles, Martha Lou Jackson, Barbara Cranford, Jeannine Newton, Delores Brown,
Sarah Stuart. tThird rowl David Pancoast, Mary Stuart, Mary Rose Morris, Tommy Dale, Barbara Smith, Fred Sherrill,
Margaret Locke, Ernestine Baker, Mary Brenner, Stuart Fountain. tFourth rowl Rebecca Hammer, Pepper Tice, Robert
Long, Larry Grissett, Kenneth Hollingsworth, Bobby Martin, D. C. Phillips, Ken Bray, H. J. York, Frank Collins, May Van
Zett, Nancy Hill. lFifth rowl Virginia Frank, director, Larry Ledbetter, Charles Curry, Jean Burnworth, Dean Pruette, Barry
Ruth, Jerry Anderson, Buddy Bullock, Marvin Williams. e
All year long these musicians have tuned
their instruments on "A" as they prepared to
learn the difficult compositions of some of the
Twenty-one members of our orchestra had
the honor of being representatives of High
Point in the All-State Orchestra, which is a
group of North Carolina's most talented high
Under the leadership of Conductor Virginia
Frank and with the help of oflicers Pepper
Tice, President, Buddy Bullock, Vice-Presl
dent, Barbara Terry, Secretaryg and Jerry
Anderson, Treasurer, the orchestra has had
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Practicing with the band at all times, the pretty majorettes worked hard to perfect their strutting for the
football games. Doing a wonderful job of helping these "high-steppersw was the talented drum major, Buddy
Bullock. During those cold nights of winter, they had to gather up a great deal of courage in order to face
the biting winds, but they were always ready to march out in front of the H.P.H.S. band.
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Catherine Rogers, Marguerite Lynch, Barbara Harper, Pat
Harley, Pat Vance, Johnny Bryant, Joyce Chapman. fFourth
rowl Howard Haworth, Harlan Faulk, Stanley Friedman.
Charles Money, Ronnie Hall, ,lerry Anderson, Donnie
Jeffers, Byron Bowman, Norman Zimmerman, Steven Burton,
Bill Haworth, Ann Poindexter. fFifth rowl Barry Ruth, Bill
Gordon, Lowell Clinard, Joe O'Neal, Arlene Taylor, Eddie
Smothers, Donald Smith, Vernon Martin, Frank Collins,
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Basil Freeman, Clinton Davis, Bobby Martin. CSixth Rowl
Ken Hollingsworth, Jean Burnworth, Linwood Harris,
Donald Elliot, Ernestine Baker, .lack Beck, Tommy Dale,
Dickie Campbell, Brownie Wagner, Elwood Smith, Freddie
Dickens, Boyd Newnam. fSeventh rowl Gene Campbell,
Lloyd Sparks, Bill Kinley, Charles Huneycutt, Charlie Lucas,
George Honeycutt, Joe Horney, Jimmy Skeen, Myra Cal-
houn, Stuart Fountain, Donald Oglesby.
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After the nerve-rending tryouts were over, the
talented songsters who were selected to he members
of the A Cappella choir started the hard task of pre-
paring their repertoire of religious music to be used
for assemblies and church services during the year.
The lovely strains of "Beautiful Saviour" have open-
ed many programs of inspiring music.
This year our choir played host to the musical
groups from all over the state when the "Musical
Festival" was held in High Point in the early spring.
The presentation of Bizetis Carmen, starring our
own Sophia Steiian, was sponsored by the Music
Department of our school, and was a good recom-
mendation to the superiority and the quality of
music that is produced in this department.
Under the genial and expert direction of Dr.
Charles C. Taylor, the choir had once again proved
itself worthy of recognition and esteem.
A Cappella omcers are D. C. Phillips, Treasurerg Buddy Bullock
Xice-Presidentg Frances Motsinger, Secretaryg Donald Scalf, Presi
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Choristers in the A Cappella are fLeft to right, first rowl Patsy Swaim, Sylvia'Schultheiss, Shirley Miller, Anne Hancock,
Judy Moore, Jane Marlette, Ruby Hallman, Betty Jo Bivens, Doris Briggs, Katherine Clinard. CSecond rowl Shirley Setliff,
Nancy Frye, Sue Picklesimer, Dot 0'Ber1y, Shirley Stout, Delorus Brown, Betty Jo Honeycutt, Ellen Moore, Betty Anne
Willard, JoAnne Meredith, Faye Kendall, Lucille Towery, Dr. Charles Taylor. fThird rowl Barbara Boyd, Lois Jones, Patty
Peacock, Donnie Rickert, Reginald Cay, W. L. Stewart, Fred Bryd, D. C. Phillips, Donald Lilly, Gene Campbell, Joe O'Neal,
Ettalee Monroe, Nancy Rohinette, Faye Wilson. fFourlh rowl Becky Sechrest, Malcholm Lewis, Joe Bcamon, Rex Hucks,
Richard Garner, Jack Jarrett, Hollan Rouse, Al Roach, Clay Lambeth, Buddy Bullock, Donald Scalf, Maurice Sives, Ray
Walker, Peggy Jackson, Barbara Freeman.
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