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Page 36 text:
The boys' quarter seems to be enjoying itself while it per-
forms. These enthusiastic boys are, Lefl to Riglrri Dan Herndon,
Roger Wtilrz, Phil Spriggs, jim Clark. Accompanist is Bob
This year the vocal 11111sic LlL'pLlfllllL'llI is 11otl1-
ing b11t new. Tl1e first IILWV thing about tl1e de-
partment is tl1e director, Clecil Page from way down
i11 Oklahoma, He is responsible for llllllly different
concerts and groups, including the A1llllll.1l cillFlSllllLlS
Concert presented December 19 hy 1l1e entire de-
partment, which was theined after a 111ode1'n-day
Scrooge. Tl1e Madrigals c.1n1e along as a 11ew addi-
tion to the departinent. This group consists of all-
state vocalists who will cl1oose their successors upon
graduation. Tl1ey have sung i11 many places, in'
cluding flll' llill Riley Show on KRNT-TV i11 Des
Moines. Tl1e Tri-Ms rneaning Modern Music
Masters, were formed to recognize oiitstanding
musicians in both instr11n1ental a11d vocal depart-
ments. Four girls in striped blazers and black ties
comprise the Beautyshop Quartet, and give ULII with
some mellow harmony. Another new twist was
added when the spring concert was presented April
l8 in the form of an operetta, "Mississippi Melody,"
wl1ich was adapted from Tom Sawyer and Huck
Vocal Groups Have A Busy
Freshman girls in vocal music belong ro Junior Chorus. They are, Front Row, Left I0
Riglvfz Ardna Mae Laliollerte, Linnea Allen, Sandra Sparks, Charlotte Wfliired, Cecil Palme, Df-
reclor: Bonnie Tucker, Berry Ann Means, Karen Kelley, Gloria Beamer, flt'1'r1v1f1a11ir1. Serruzzf
Rmw: Betty Tripp, Josephine Steinbach, Mina Tranharger, Sharon Diers, Sharon Gaidies, Karen
Sclrratler, Donna Berger, 'Indy Page, Robina lloskinson. Huff Ron: 'Sandra Herzog, Karen
lNlcDonald, Karen Mikkelsen, Ann Gibson, Clarnice Lee, -lanet Brotherton, Micky Musselman,
Donna Matheny, and Sherry Schaffer.
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Page 37 text:
The main group of songstets is the mixed chorus. Its members are, Front Ron-. Lefr fn
Right: Bob Cornelison, Arrnmpanirlq John Hess. Phil Spriggs, Gene Lowenberg. Alfred
Lucas, and Cecil Page, Direrlnr. Secfom' Roni Jim Clark. Phyllis Parkins. Jean Tripp, Dorothy
Parkins, Helenbeth Taylor, Marty Elliott, Jeanne Driskell, Ann Cusack, and Dan Herndon.
Third Razr: Raymond Smith, Judy Recknor, Marilyn Reed. Carolyn Baker, Mary Ann Carlson,
Joan Wallace, Karen White, Judy W71lll8CC, and Wayne Wilson. Fonrllv Rntr: Roger Waltz,
Bonnie Towns, Bersie Bradley, Virginia White, Melba Winans, Marjorie Huss, Patsy Hansen.
Karen Werner, and Robert Herring. Fifth Ron: Thelda Bender, Bonnie Reasland. Patty Herzog,
Janice Francis, Connie Wilber, Clarine Henry, and Judy Pfundheller. Sixlh Roni: Carolyn
Seckingron, Peggy Oswald, Portia Herndon, Marilyn Kleffman, Marlene Waltersdorf, Linda
Williams, Nancy McMichael, and Linda Musselman.
Year Under New Instructor
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These girls are cut out to be a success on any program. The old saying goes, "Two's company and
The Beautyshop quartet are, Left to Riglti: Portia Herndon, rhree's a crowd!" This little group breaks traa
Melba Winans. Ann Cusack, Clarine Henry. During the dition because three's not a crowd, but just
second semester Helenbeth Taylor replaced Ann. right. The girls' trio, From Lvl! lv Right:
Helenbeth Taylor, Melba Winans, and Carolyn
Baker, sang proudly at state contest at Council
Bluffs on April 26. They also sang for the
Kiwanis Club at Christmas time and the Union
33 County Federation of Women's Clubs in March.
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