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The High School Band, although it is only two years old, has shown a remarkable
growth in size and popularity.
This organization has been very prominent in activities this year. Besides playing
for all college and high school football and basketball games, appearing numerous times
at rallies and convocations, it played for the Junior Class Play.
The new caps and capes have made the band an attractive as well as a pep inspiring
organization. The members of the band deserve commendation for their loyal and
faithful support in the many school activities.
Mr. Dawson is especially to be congratulated for his supervision of the band. He
has done much to make the band a success. A new feature is the Junior High School
band, which will play in preparing our future high school students for the high school
Cornets-G. Beatty, D. Boortz, J. Mayer, D. Smith, E. iYolton, E. DeVol, F. Abbott.
Clarinets-P. Mudra, M. Chance, O. Toland, D. Mcllravy, E, Lucas.
Saxophones-J. Castillo, D. Reak, A. Farrell, J. C. Keehn, O. Obert, G. Roland.
Trombones-D. Smith, E. Crane, R. Davey, J. Pratt.
Baritones-E. Franklin, W. Ribbey.
Horns-D. Hayden, M. Shipley.
Basses-C. Galehouse, R. Ross, K. Rodocker.
Drums-K. Keeton A. Woodard, C. Hickok, H, Miller.
Director-Mr. P. C. Dawson.
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The orchestra this year has made excellent progress, and an enviable reputation,
under the capable leadership of Mr. Dawson. It is somewhat outstanding in that it uses
standard grade concert music, instead of easy arrangements for school orchestras.
In its public appearances, the orchestra has shown a marked balance in instrumenta-
tion, and its soloists deserve much praise.
The orchestra is entered in the County Music Contest.
Following is the instrumentation:
Director-Mr. P. C. Dawson.
Violins-C. Galehouse fconcert-masterh, K. Miller, J. Geller, H. Conway, B. Quacken-
bush, M. Russell, M. Bandura, A. Milnes, C. Elliott, O. Spriggs, J. Wilson, R. Van Velson,
R. Willbee, G. Godden, J. Hood.
Clarinets-P. Mudra, M. Chance, O. Toland, E. Lucas, D. McLlravy.
Saxophones-J. Castillo, D. Peak, G. Roland, 0. Obert, J. C. Keehn.
Comets-G. Beatty, D. Boortz, J. Mayer, E. Yolton.
Horns--D. Hayden, M. Shipley. '
Trombones-D. Smith, R. Davey, J. Pratt, E. Crane.
Basses-R. Ross, K. Rodocker.
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The Dramatic Club was organized at the beginning of the 1928-251 school year. The
aim of the club was to encourage self expression and to develop dramatic ability.
The club is under the supervision of Miss Harsh.
Robert Packwood acted as chairman of the constitutional committee. The constitution
was promptly submitted and adopted.
Soon after the club was organized the twenty-eight members were divided into four
groups. These groups in turn furnished the entertainment for club programs. Each
group was to present one or more short plays. An elimination was held later in the year,
through which all disinterested or inactive members were asked to resign their member-
ship. The result of this elimination was that a much greater .interest was shown in
Aside from several social events, the Dramatic club has sponsored two convocations.
Filst Semester Second Semester
President ....... .. Cynthia Elliott Virginia Jones
Vice President .. Fern Shoenhair ..... .... F aye McKinnon
Secretary ......................... Ramona Van Velson ........... Lucille Anstey
The members of the club are: Helen Bogar, Lucille Anstey, Beulah Johnson, Cynthia
Elliott, Ruby Caberet, Virginia Jones, Natalie Wilson, Amber Williams, Simeon Strauss.
Thelma Lewis, Gayle McGregor, Earl Graham, Ramona Van Velson, Faye McKinnon.
Joe Kaveny, Fern Shoenhair, Florence Fouchek, Gula Mae Wallace, Roberta Willbee.
Eleanor Keefer, and Hazel LeBaron.
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