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1 Band and 1 Row 1: Kent Gordon, Carolyn Miller, Patricia Diederich, Kay Feagler. Row 2: Dorothy Carper, Eleanor Bowes, Danny Fuller, Marilyn Gump, Georgia Zoll, Sharon Malcolm, Susan Warfield. Row 3: Patricia Miller, Patricia Ridenour, Judy Wood, Sandra Bickel, William Harding, Eldon Menges, Sheila Bickel, Martha Best, David Ober, Shirley Wappes, Melvin Culler. Row 4; Nancy Jackson, Barbara Busz, Steven Gaw, Paul Griffin, Karen Leech, William Snider, Alice Faye Brand, Marilyn Losh, Jack Hickman. OFFICERS Marlene Feick, secretary; Steven Gaw, librarian; Jack Hick¬ man, president; Kent Gordon, vice-president; and Alice Faye Brand, librarian. ’Phis has been a very eventful and progressive year for the Garrett band. It increased its membership and bought new uniforms and equip¬ ment. The band room was sound-proofed, among other improvements. The band began the 1952-5,3 year by playing at home football games, providing half-time enter¬ tainment for all spectators. In November the band began playing at basket- bill game,-;. At these games our baton tss ' irlers appeared costumed at times as Indians, cowboys, and Santa Clauses, generally in tread with the t n ' .e or season. The band played for the annual Christmas program and in January they began playing Sousa’s marches. After seeing the movie, " Stars and Stripes Forever, " all band members were greatly " inspired. " One of the biggest events of the year for the Page 12
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BOYS ' CHORUS Row 1: Alan LaRue, Darryl Thompson, ' Walter Wood, Dennis Casey, Kent Gordon, Danny McPheeters. Row 2: Gerald Bowmar, Allan West, Robert Bowman, William Wyatt. Row 3: David Deihl, Wayne Reed, Tom Leech, Roger Weimer, Don Potter, George Griswold, Don Getts, Charles Tooman. Row 4 : James Houser, Larry Barnes, Robert Pnnzing, Gene Bartels, Tom Treesh, Norman Peters. Vocal Music GIRLS’ CHORUS Row 1: Cora Loomis, Martha Best, Judy Bonnett, Ruth Sparks, Cartilyn Maggert. Row 2: Eleanor Newman, Kay Cramer, Kay Feagler, Marlene Feick, Evelyn Zecca, Shirley Eastes. Row 3: Barbara Bickel, Janice Carlson, Aunita Schlotterback, Connie Schumaker, Barbara Busz. Row 4; Sally Zimmerman, Roma Diederich, Hazel Mertz, Carolyn Brown, Virginia Bartels.- Page 11
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Row 1; Janet Malcolm and Johanna Heinzerling. Row 2; Nancy Sithen, Sandra Kelham, Peter Mountz, David jay, William Wyatt Larry Barnes Row 3: Paul Ridenour, Will Bastes, Alan LaRue, David Lankard, Virginia Souder, Robert Prinzing Rex Freeman, Shirley Housel, Shirley Bastes, Shirley Freeman, Sally Zimmerman Row 4; Kenneth Carroll, Faith Getts, Norma Thompson, Margie Hilkey, Joan Rimmell Marlene Feick, Sharilyn Haynes, Violet Fsselburn, Mr. Cole, Beverly Schurr. Twirlers I, band was on February 19 when it gave an eight- minute performance between the halves of a pro¬ fessional basketball game at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. On February 21, Joan Rimmell, witli othei members of the music department, went to the baton twirling contests in Indianapolis. On March 5, the tympani finally arrived. They were the first tympani ever owned by a G. H. S. band. Alice Faye Brand, with the help of Mr. Cole, played the tympani and added much to the overatures and other concert music. In order to provide funds for improvements in the band, the annual Tag Day was held, and then on April 11 the big day finally arrived—the dis¬ trict band contest at Kendallville. The last time the Senior members of the band performed was at the last event of the year. Commencement, on May 21, 1953. TWIRLFRS Kneeling: Marlene Feick and Margie Hilkey. Standing: Faith Getts, Norma Thompson, Joan Rimmell, Sharilyn Haynes, and Violet Fsselburn. l Page 13
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