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GIRL ' S GLEE CLUB Front Row — L to R: F. Hoffman, L. Lagnveen, G. Dykstra, G. Terpstra, J. Hoffman, G. Durant, M. Bahler. Second row — J. Nan- nenga, T. DeKoker, J. Barry, M. Pruis, A. Sytsma, F. Walstra, D. Heimlich, Miss Koever. Third Row — A. Hamst.rn, M. L. Ewart, G. Mak, E. Tysen, G. Kooy, D. Klienblossom, B. Vander Ploeg, M. Cal- houn. Fourth Row — R. Moolenaar, J. Shuey, A. Klienblossom, C. Kooy, A. Klip, J. Schotte, D. Zabradac, I. DeFries. Fifth Row — R. Schlarp, A. Greathouse, L. Hudnall, C. Cooper, E. Ruisard, M. L. Cheever, H, Punter, S, Stroup, A. Boezman. BAND Front Row — L to R: J. Bahler. M. L. Ewart, S. Hart, J. Nannenga, E. Ruisard, J. Hudnall, B. Ely. D. Osting. L. Lagaveen. Second Row — L Hudnall, M. Black. E. Osting. M. Hendricks. C. Sweringa, K. Zeek, M. Bernard, C. Swart, M. Sekema, J. Evans. J. Fieldhouse. Third Row — G. Wright, D. Seegers. D. Hiemlich. M. Bahler. H. Belstra. B. Hotham. F. Zeck, L. DeKock. A. Schoonvelt. Miss Keever. BOY S GLEE CLUB Front Row — L to R: A. Belstra. C. Sweringa, C. Walstn. S. Terpstra. F. Zeek. Second Roar- — J. Zahradae. R. Bose-zetman. Miss Keever, G. Van Keppel. C- Messer. R. Rocker. M. Bernard. A. Seh onvelt, J. Barry. D. Peterson, S. E. Ktngnsz, A. Cl i:k. Page • • 3 )
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GIRLS GLEE CLUB The Gills Glee Club, consisting of thirty-nine members, meets on Friday of each week. The first semester the girls sang “Hallelujah Chorus”, “Viking Song”, “Come to the Fair”, “Morris Dance”, “Song of the Danube”, Christmas songs, and selections from the “Collection of Choral Music” by Flammer. This semester we are working on the following songs: “Ah, ' Jweet Mystery of Life”, “Shortnin’ Bread”, “Come to the Fair” ' “Gypsy Love Song”, “Blind Ploughman”, and “Trees”. The Jasper County Music Festival was held December 12 : t DeMotte. Our Glee Club leader is Miss Keever. BAND The DeMotte High School Band consists of 34 members. They will enter the district contest to be held at Hebron Apnl 19 The numbers they will play are Crusaders (required)! Irapelo (selected), and a warm up number. The band has played at several basket-ball games and has seemed to enlighten the spirit of the games very much. In addition to the High School Band there is also a grade band of 16 members. Four of these will enter the High School Band soon and play with them in the contests. The other members will enter next fall. Two of the new marches that the band is playing are “Na- tional Emblem” and “March Militaire”. The “Band Boosters Club” has helped the band a great deal b , y buyms instruments and uniforms for it. They raised money for these things by sponsoring a ‘Blanket Club” and a carnival which was Md last fall. BOYS GLEE CLUB There are fifteen boys in chorus this year, the smallest we have had for a long time. We have been working on some new songs under the capable direction of Miss Keever. We have only two parts this year, namely bass and tenor, instead of our usual three parts, bass, first tenor, and second tenor. We haven’t made any public ap- pearances yet, but we hope to in the near future. We hope that next year we will have more boys come out to chorus. There were many boys who should have come out this year, but due to other more important studies were unable to. Page 21
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