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This year was the initial year for the Lost Musicians, but it has been very successful
in accomplishing its purpose.
The purpose of the club has been to cultivate an entirely different interest in music
among its members by trying to prove that music can be produced from anything. In
order to become a full-fledged member, each member was requested to make his own
instrument, no matter how crude it might be, and also be able to play a simple tune
Aside from this, it has had social functions, such as several parties. This club also
had the opportunity of putting on programs before service clubs, as well as a convocation
program before the student body. In these programs, the club members endeavored to
prove that music could be made from very common articles, such as a clothes pin, nails
wooden boxes, mop sticks, etc.
Some of the various instruments made were mopstick violins, wooden xylophones,
alarm clock bell xylophones, nail chimes, glass funnel instruments, wooden box instru-
ments, one string violins, one string ukes, tin pan instruments, clothes pin instruments,
bamboo tubes, and banjos.
The club was sponsored by Mr. Feelhaver. The officers were Mardell Lombard, Presi-
dent: Alta Boys, Vice President, and Kenneth Keeton, Secretary-Treasurer.
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CHRISTINA LONGSTRETH CLUB
President . . .
. . . Wanda Castle
. . Genevieve Hess
....... Marian Reid
The name "Christina Longstreth Club," was selected in honor of the oldest home
maker in our community.
The aim of the club is:
To form a connecting link between the home and the school.
To train young women to be active and efficient leaders in home and community life
To furnish an opportunity through organization for social life.
The club consists of girls who study Smith-Hughes Home Economics. This club is
member of the National Home Economics Association.
Miss Streepy has been sponsor of this club for the past two years.
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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 Cappella" 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
President ..... Carroll Jennings
Vice President ........ Furnice Stanley
Secretary-Treasurer .. Lola Recknor
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