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Back row, left to right: Curren, Hugo, Windbigler, Peterson, Gallagher, Ander-
son, Woodcock, Packer, Ammer, Nielsen, Miss Dale.
' Front roww Ihnmnore, Benden Iloh, Carbon, Langloh, BicNaughton, Earhy
The school band was the pet baby of the school last year and the stu-
dents had high hopes for it when it should grow up. These hopes were
agreeably realized for the band, under Miss Dorothy Dale's efficient lead-
ership, has made rapid progress. Students no longer pity the instructor
and anyone near enough to hear when they are practicing.
There was only one girl out of the nineteen members but it is hoped
that more girls will be interested next year. The band showed its spirit
and pep when it played for the basketball games on our home court during
the season. This gave the players Valuable practice in playing before the
public. This year is the first time the band has played for the Music
Festival at Eureka.
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Left to right: Thomson, Docili, Cacci, Mr, Ray, Scruggs, Miss Dale, Bender,
Dixon, Early, Anderson, Holt.
If you heard a racket in the music room at frequent intervals it would
be safe to guess that the Orchestradians were practicing. They are a
group of about twelve students who supply any type of "Jazz" whenever
it is needed. The organization started last year as just a group of boys
who saw a need of supplying music outside of the orchestras. This year
they met once a month as a club and discussed ways and means of produc-
ing more and better "jazz." They met regularly every two weeks at the
homes of the members to practice.
They gave a great deal of enjoyment to the school by playing in relays
for the Friday noon dancers. The dancers liked the music better than the
rest of the school liked the practicing. The members got much valuable
practice in playing before the public. This was their second year and
they have been improving all the time. They entertained the fathers and
sons at the "Father and Son Bust" given at the High School by the Boys'
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Back row, left to right: Santarini, Kilgore, Evans, Miss Dale, Samuelson, Eisner,
Front 1'OVV2 Devoy, Alward. White, Layton, Bronson, Heback, Notley, Fitch,
Day, Payne, Felt.
The Elementary Orchestra under the direction of Miss Dorothy Dale
has made marked improvement since the beginning of the year. It is
la1'ger and better balanced and every member is becoming mo1'e proficient
in playing in time and in tune.
There are eighteen members enrolled this year, which snows that
there is an increased interest in orchestral work. Most of the members
will be admitted to the advanced orchestra or to the band next year. This
is the second year our school has been able to maintain two orchestras.
At the first of each year the elementary orchestra has to start practically
at the beginning because it is almost entirely composed of new members.
The Student Body was entertained with several selections by the ele-
mentary group during the yeai'. The music studied is varied in character.
Egyptian, gypsy, and descriptive music has proved to be the most popular
with the novices.
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