Creston High School - Annual Yearbook (Creston, OH)

 - Class of 1929

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lf wxf "1 " "lWmajfrf'm 4 ,,, g ...ills ' . r-Si:-.- A CAPPELLA CHORUS The students of Creston High who were lovers of music and who appreciate fine art innovated a new idea into the music world of the school. A club known as "The A Cap- pella Chorus" was organized. The term "A Cappellai' means without instrumental ac- companiment. This means that the singing was done unaccompanied. The purpose of the club was to increase our interest and to strengthen our desire for music of the higher quality and to develop the singing ability of the members. The program that the club carried out under the expert director, Mr. Fiddick, was rather unique for a high school. The club sang four-part harmony songs unaccompanied. Every effect of the voice of each singer and of the combination of voices could be per- fected and analyzed. Each member learned how to handle his voice more easily and learned the art of making himself understood through the medium of song. In addition to the A Cappella singing each member was required to sing a solo during the club periods. Every member was willing and anxious to do his part in everything. The personnel of the club was composed of students who has some previous experience in music, especially in voice culture. The requirement for admission to membership in the club was that the applicant for membership must sing a solo which, if judged by the club to be excellent, admitted the prospective member into full-fledged membership. The A Cappela Chorus proved to be one of the most interesting and beneficial clubs in High School. President ....... Carroll Jennings Vice President ........ Furnice Stanley Secretary-Treasurer .. Lola Recknor

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1 4, W , ..,, , -. . 2 ' 5 ii 2 ,. H -N X- v. kb L. -J h -. N sian. -...eac::a,-...e.,:' ...--L. NER-SIO-LIT CLUB The Ner-Sio-Lit Club, composed of a group of senior girls. was organized at the bc- ginning of the school year. The purpose and aim of the club is to promote and develop appreciation for good worth-while literature. During the course of the year the girls in this club have read and discussed short stories by noted writers and also sto1'ies written by members of the club. These discussions proved very interesting as well as entertaining and educational. Several reviews were also given on the latest books which every lover of literature should read. These also were very beneficial and carried out the aim of the club exceptionally well. Besides studying short stories and books, a considerable amount of time and effort was spent in designing and making artistic scrapbooks of various types. The girls also carried on sandwich sales during the second semester. This was done for the purpose of making money which was turned over to the Library Commission to be used in buying new books for the school library. Our club was under the capable supervision of Miss Ross who has done a great deal to make our club a success, and who has given a great deal of time in helping the girls. Miss Ross has also accompanied us on hikes, theater parties, and steak fries. We have certainly appreciated her efforts and wish to thank her for her assistance. The officers of the club which served throughout the year are as follows: President, Erla Schoonover, Vice President, Bonnie Robertsg Secretary, Margaret McDonough.

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