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Page 61 text:
BACK: joan Marie Wipf, Eileen Koerner, Mark
Unruh. FOURTH: Coleen Becker, Coleen Dubs,
Kathy Schmidt, Marcy Kaufman, Marcia Holzwortli,
Kelly Mutschelknaus, joe Villa, Keith Hofer, Greg
Graber, Karon Uecker, Kim Wilde, Mark Mehlhaf,
jan Mehlhaf, Monte Kaufman. THIRD: Rita Wipf,
Lynn Mendel, Randy Barta, Penny Kaufman, Ted
Hofer, George Villa, David Schmidt, Teresa Grab-
er, Cindy Kleinsasser, Terry Walter, Dale Aman.
SECOND: Mary Ann Sorenson, Judy Mehlhaff, Skye
Hein, Theresa Villa, Shana Gullickson, Marlene
Haar, jill Kleinsasser. FRONT: Mary Preheim,
Rhonda Stewart, jackie Stahl, Tammie Graber,
Ardelle Kleinsasser. Not pictured: Tom Villa.
The 78 member FHS band, directed by Mrs. Betty
Mudder, led the FHS Homecoming Parade and later
marched at U. S. D, and Southern for their homecoming
parades, October 11 and 18, respectively. Throughout
the year the band played at home football and basketball
games and pep meetings.
Soloists and ensembles attended the Region I Small
Ensemble Contest at Vermillion, February 19, and brought
back a record amount of superior ratings. They received
9 superior, 9 excellent and a fair rating.
The band participated in the Cornbelt Conference
Band Festival, March 10 at Marion. Guest conductor was
Dr. Harold Krueger from Augustana College in Sioux
Falls. The 240 piece band concluded the days festival
with an evening concert.
Saturday, April 3, the band traveled to the large
ensemble contest at Mount Marty College and earned a
superior rating for the third consecutive year.
A spring concert consisting of the band, mixed chorus,
glee clubs, and madrigal climaxed the year's perform-
LEFT: Marcia Kaufman, a senior, has led the march-
ing band for two years.
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The 78 member FHS band is SHOWN ABOVE.
BACK: Rose Hoff, Margaret Stern, Carol Hanson,
Linda Rechnagel, john Hansen. FOURTH: Pam
Stewart, Susan Waltner, Frank Graber, Randy
Krehbiel, Barb Uecker. THIRD: jennifer Gaertner,
Cecilia Villa, jan Mendel, Denise Mendel, Sharla
Gross, Twyla Koerner, Sharleen Schamber, JoAnn
Schamber, Ted Pidde, Dan Herrboldt, Cindy Sch
midt, Brenda Goertz, Monica Schrag. SECOND:
Marilyn Stahl, Garnet Gering, Loa Laber, Brenda
Gunderson, Nancy Pfeiffer, Judy Aman, Marion
Sayler, Kathy Krehbiel. FRONT: Arlene Klein-
sasser, Margo Graber, Sandra Barta, jan Radema-
cher, Marilyn Wipf.
Band Wins Superior Rating
Chosen by the band as officers are:
Rose Hoff--vice-president, Karon
Uecker--student comicil, Dale
Aman--president, Tammi Graber--
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Soloists receiving superiors
at the contest are, BACK:
joan Marie Wipf--baritone,
Marcy Kaufman--tenor sax-
ophone, Monte Kaufman--
trombone, Marilyn Stahl--
clarinet, Ardelle Kleinsas-
ser--flute and piccolo.
FRONT: Terry Walter--alto
saxophone and David Schmi-
dt--cornet, earned excellent
Receiving an excellent at the
contest was the woodwind quin-
tet. BELOW: Arlene Kleinsas-
ser, Marilyn Wipf, Judy Aman,
Mary Preheim, Ardelle
BELOW: George Villa, David Schmidt, and Ted Hofer
compose the cornet trio which received a fair rating.
Chosen as a member of
All- State Band is Ardelle
attended the band April
10-11 in Watertown and
played along with 164
musicians under the dir-
ection of Miles johnson of
St. Olaf College, North-
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