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Page 21 text:
SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
The Senior Girls, Glee Club. which has developed into a line
musical organization, is completing its twelfth year. In the past
live years it has been under the directorship of Mr. Frank B. Good-
In the Annual Spring Concert three numbers were sung: "A
Country Hymn" by Arthur lVarrell, "Flower of Dreams" by J. WV.
Clokey. and "The Dattodilsi' by H. Hermes. Mr. Donald Arm-
strong. supervisor of music of the city schools, stated that the
selection of numbers. the tone quality, intonation, and interpreta-
tion were excellent.
It is necessary and very helpful that an individual take some
Glee Club work. This enables him to read music more rapidly and
follow the direction of the leader. Great stress is placed on singing
The Girls, Glee Club is formed like a club with a president and
vice-president, Betty Ochampaugh and Virginia Beebe, respec-
tively. The duties of the secretary and treasurer are combined with
Joyce Farrington filling this position. Donna Lawerence is the
librarian. The business administrators are June Bernard and Lois
Money was raised for the picture in the Saga by means of a hot-
dog sale with the cooperation of the Boys' Glee Club.
Mr. Frank Goodwin, director.
First Row: Margaret Ripley, Betty Zeldam, Clara Bush, Virginia Way,
Beverly Denton, Eleanor Forsetlund, Lois Cole. Eleanor Vander
Laan, Florene Evans, Eugenia Robinson, Eileen Lonucore, Arlene
Hand, Shanna Kuieck, Marjorie Stowie, Roberta Timmer, Jane
Bernard, Edna McKay. Lois Haskins, Doris Gardner, Marie Van
Second Row: Mr. Frank Goodwin, Gertrude Van Houte, Betty Hoebeke,
Georgia Price, Shirley Sparks, Jessie Ter Molen, Betty Lou Ander-
son, Rosena Lamphear, Joan Hogue, Carol Peterson, Therma Hall,
Barbara Howes, Eleanor DeVries, Neva Peterson, Louise Hertig,
Lola Belle Partridge, Joyce Farrington, Mary Ellen Smith, Jean
Ballard, Cloah Hudson.
Third Row: Margaret Lake, Madeline McCann, Betty Church, Ruth
Stellema, Ruth Neihaus, Rae Steil, Phyllis Lindquist, Ruth Ahne-
miller, Nancy Terkeurst, Dorothy Schaendorf, Eunice Anderson,
Bessie Squires, June Bernard, Marg.-iret Bommelje, Josephine
Moore, Eleanor Hoover, Theresa Slocum, Mary Daniels, Norma
Stinson, June Scranton, Caroline Boot.
rth Row: Dorothy Jackman, Vivian Maloney, Eileen Miller, Betty
Chinnow, Doris Hoag, Betty Oehampaugrh, Donna Lawrence,
Patricia Blackburn, Virginia Beebe, Virginia Boot, Margaret
Kolenbrander. Lauretta Storz, Mildred Fisher, Marian Visser,
Lucille Brown, Mildred Carr, Helen Osborn, Mary Cornelissens,
Barbara Fuller, Marie Ross.
in Picture: Wilma Poley, Lois Sorenson, Lorraine Brown, Dorothy
Webster, Marianne Johnson.
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irsi Row: Maru- llurnphrvy, Maris- lie-kks-l'imr, Marjorio Fitch, .Ivan Third Row: Valma lJvVri4-s, livtty Corn:-ll, liillian Church. .loan Tor
Mm-K'ornii4'k, liarlmara l'm'lm'rson. Marjoriv Collins, Elois Nivhous,
Marian M1-ntzvr, llorolhy Moniqlu-, Donna liitlvnlu-nili-i', lim-tty
Woolgu-rt. Ann Milli-r, Mary Mash-nlnrook. lim-tty Gun-nth:-r, Marian
Nvlson, Doris llunt, Martina V1-rwys. Virginia Chrisliansvn, Mr.
-vorul ltow: .li-an lilaiulford, lil-alrirv Warnvr, Natalii- lilacklzurn,
Mary Ifulvs-r, Maxim- Ilvlirw-, Shirl--y Saund:-rs, lk-tty Snydn-r, Lois
And:-rson, lflarl Kitllu-, .losvpll liallrach, Tom Dm-mpsoy, Hvlvn
Shukf-r. Ih-ryl llarnzuflu-r, Lois Johnson, Ann Jlllll' Van lick, Eils-1-n
Dom, llonila Ms-yv-rs, Maxim' M4'l"ai'laru', l'1'5:3:y lnpzn-rsoll.
Vliarlf-s Maw-iiliis, l'i'.i.i1l4m
Molvn, Ruth Grit, Lois Hazzard, H4-rlu-rt Small. Waylu- Cummimrs,
Vvrnon lVlc'l'lain. Roland Javoliiiz, l'aul lim-ry,:n-ron. Charlos Mapzon-
nis, Holm Gm-zon, Opal Collin-i', lk-tty Van lanyn, Cliarloth- Sm-pzard,
Lotus Collivr, livtly Muldvr.
rth Row: Joyn- llartliolic, l"ran1'm-s Pvarson. Lorraim- Rosvndall,
Bvtty l.anf.:s-lor, livtty Gatos, Elsiv Hoopri-stvin, Marilyn Woodard,
Ray McDonald, Edward B4-rry. Don Van Dyk.-, Wayno Krngvr,
Wallacm- Erivkson. Charlos H1-rry. Paul Vandvr llrovk, Donald
Svranton. Howard lilomparq-ns, la-onard Slfvlllvll. Mvllxonrne' Worfvl,
A CAPELLA CHOIR
'l'lu' outstanding activity of tlu' yvar for K'r4'ston's A fapvlla
mir, undvr ilu' dirvction of Hr. Goodwin. was tlu'ir trip to tlu'
rtll lVl'Slt'l'll Music' l'llllll'?ll',0l"Sl C'oi1l'm'r1'n4'4' ai llvtroii. ".-X lfinith'
irlllllll 'lllllllllll liy Fr. .loscpli Sm-Imrtky and M.'Xll0l'2llllllS 'l'a"' luy
C l' di Pilcstrllli vurm sun ln tlu l nr
r 1 . -
gr .V ,l.N'.
llu' vlioir oflvrcd tlu ir s1'rx'iu's to various org:niizalions sncli as
tlu' l,ions flulm. Kiwanis cllllll, frvston ll.-'l'..'X... liirsi Nlvlllodisl
rvll Nlm'n's flnli lianqnct. 'l'lu' Nlasoniv 'l'm'inplm'. 'l'lu' Xortll
mri in clllllI'l'll. oh:
l"irli l'ri'sliyi' ':
Nlr. Goodwin llad l'llJlI'g't' of flu' music' in ilu' prcsn'ntaiion of tlu'
stnias Pagvant "Gloria," Nvw arranggn'nu'nts wvri' givcn to tlu'
lruiliar lmu's. S1'i'1'ral dcliglitful spiritnalistiv. and dillivnll songs
plm':1sm'cl tlu' parvnts ami fl'l1'llClS at tlu' annual spring c'oIu'a'rt. 'l'lu'
Illllll' oi sm'w'rlfv-Hm'vn'li nu'1nlu'rs sang ullarli lV:iti'r" liy ll'ill .lanu's,
"Swiss Skiing Songll lmy Max KFUIIU. "Say 'lllion l.oi'm'sl Nlmx"
isic' of l.ifs"' by Nolwl Cain. and ".l1'su. .loy of Nlairs llvsiriiign
luv liJll'll in wllu'l1 ilu' or1'lu'stra :u'4'oiilp:xiiim'rl ilu' vlioir.
f v . .
llu' oHu'n'rs of tlu' clioir arm' 1 llarlvs Nl2lg,fl'llIllS. prn'sulm'nl: l'anl
lim'rgm'ron, vici'-pri'sicln'iit: llarlwara llvlvrsoii. s1'c'rm'l:1ry: Ann .lalu'
ian In-k. trm'asnrm'r llu- luisirivss inanag1'nu'nt is lnulvr llolw l'lanli.
lfor ilu' pnrposm' of :uwpiiring nioiuw' for tlu' trip to llvtroit and
tlu- lllK'tlll'K' in flu' annual. a rollvr-skating party was lu-ld al llainona
fnardvns. fircvting cards and luoostvr tic-ki-ts wvrn' also sold.
Allvr an vxtcllslvm' ycar ilu' vlioir is to lu' i'UlllllliIlll'Illl'll on tlu'ir
prol'1'ssional-lilu' singing. tlu'ir volullwl. and llu' fanu' tlu'v liaw'
won for ilu'lnsL'li'm's, ilu' scliool, and our vily.
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Nlodm-linu' its si-ason aft:-r that of thi' Grand liapids Sym-
stud:-nts ani pare-n s
hvstra. C'ri'ston's Senior Ort-lu-stra providvd thc
l t with good orclu-stral inusic for thc past
'l'lu- highlight of tha- si-ason was thc Annual Spring Conf
wrt. ln spitn- of thc fart that :1 largn- nunihi-r of thc on-lwstra
nu-nihvrs wvrc new. that concert was a grcat siicu-ss.
'l'ln- lirst nuinhvr of the voiicvrt was the "Mission flYCl'tllI't'H
hy Johnson. Ncxt was tln- "Sonitina in G ina-iorf' hy Bvct-
hovvn. and thc-n "l'olonaisc Nlilitairn-.H hy Uhopin. Thx'
orchcstra Hnislu-d its part of tha- com-e-rt with anothvr ovar-
turv, tlu- "Russian Uvcrturm-." hy Glazoroll.
At thi' Statv Solo and linsoinhlc lfvstival. hvld in Ann
Arhor hy tlu- Mic-higan Association of Band and Urvlivstra
llircc-tors. frvston was rcprcsc-iltvd hy svvi-n musicians.
.lohu Bliniu-ina. playing a l"rm-ncli horn. was placed in tlw
supm-rior division hy tho judgvs. Shirlvy Johnson, pianist,
was plan-1-d in tln- third division as was Rogcr NH-rtz. drum-
nu-r. lidward Alhright was rata-d supcrior in thv Junior divi-
sion. llogvr lice-ins and Bill Tvrry. playing a trunipct dui-t
with Vl':1llacc Pcirsou ac'coinp:mying'. wen- rata-d supcrior in
tha- .lunior linsvnihlo Division.
,I .,.. 1g,.1i,,,4-i, ,-i.,1i,, "Altogi-tlu-r. thi- orvlu-stra had a good svasonf' said Nlr.
""l:fimm .lol-l l.owc, dirvvtor of the- orvlivstra.
rut Violins: R, Ahm-milll-r, l.. Vanmlvr Linilv, V. Di-nisv, E. Albright. Sm-ond Row: French Horn: .l. Minni-ma. Clarim-ts: O. Van Eck
I Supl-r, .l. llalliai-li, M. Sow-r. Vellns: .l. l'li-uni-. M. Vandvr Lindt-. Iiawronw.
1-und Violins: ll. l'hurvhilI. A, l'olvin:in, l'. Gordon. l. l,awy4-r, R. ,Q -, 4, - , w Q A - , 4. ,
llrunswivk, VN. lilassn-n, l.. lliny1nian.'l'. l.awri-in-4-, li. K'hura'h. forneis: Rim ' Plano' S' 'lolmhlm' Drums' lx' Rullmlx' R' mirth Ml
l 'l'illyi-r, I". liunlwr. Trnmhones: 'l'. Valli-y. .l. lilyniior. Bass: ll. ' '
I :Inu-r. Ahsvul: M. A. Um-. M. llalusvn, C. M:1y,!L-uliis.
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