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Girls Glee Club . i
DURING the early part of this year, Miss A. Louise Dennison organized the Girls' ll
Clee Club in order to promote the musical talent in our school. 'LA
The programs rendered thus far have met with great success and have been appref
-1' ciated. It seems inevitable that the interest and enthusiasm manifested in activities of -1
lf this nature will continue to grow. F
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God writes the words, '
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Fmt Soprano Second Soprano Alto Second Alto
june Eby Agnes Gibble Emily Warner Dorothy Myers i
Helen Furst Melba Strohm Verna Booser Pauline Rumpf i Q
Betty O'Neal Gladys Rhodes Verna Deets Pauline Weigley i
Erla Balsbaugh Kathryn Nowlen Alice Slough Esther Tinney Q
Helen Smith Elda Hutchinson Alice Reilly Violet Sternberger W
Leah Curry Estella Linebaugh Mary Long Miriam Bross ,
l Marie Mays Elva Keckler Romaine Shellenhammer Alice Whitmoycr l
Cathryn Horst Anna Brinker Catherine Weidler Eloise Moyer
Dorothy Habecker Hilda Leeds Cleo Hosler
Rachel Morris Mildred Hershey
Mary Zeigler Anna McCord
Suzanne Alexander Myra McCurdy
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THE CHOCL TIER
THIS is the hfth year since the organization of our High School Orchestra. It was
reforganized under the leadership of the Music Supervisor, Miss A. Louise Dennison.
L1 The orchestra has made line progress throughout the year and a spring concert is being
1 The orchest:ra's public appearances have been well received and were well commended
l for its inter retation of music.
5 Director. . . , ...,. , , , , , . . . Miss A, Louisa DENNISON
j l Accompanistx . . . ALBERT M.-xrmmzzi, Ex'1e1.i'N SLEWSFR
L First Violins Suxophones
l Earl Sholly David Gilman
l Sara Ream Robert Miller
. Hilbert Taylor
Second Violins Samuel Tuunffedl
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, Sam Benn Charles Miller
l Earl Christ
B joseph Henry
Kenneth Basehore Comets
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Mary Deppen Oboe
William Graefli Traps
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THE CHOCL TIER
Back row- left to right'-Mary Zeigler, Verna Booscr, Pauline Weigley. Pauline Rurrpf QSecretaryl, l i
Estella Linehaugh CTreasurerl. Elda Hutchinson, Lizzie Snyder, Viclet Fackler, Elva Keclclcr, Melha Strchm,
Front row-'left to right- Dorothy Myers, Kathryn Nowlen, Ruth Bernard, Lily Martin, lvy Bcachell,
Elizabeth Bomgardner, Anna Brinker. Ruth Taylor, Rachel Morris, Susan Seltzer, Adi-lla Laude-rmilch, Gladys
5 Rhodes, Verna Deets fljresidenty. J,
? THE Sigma Gamma Sorority was organized early in our Senior year and has continued km
successfully throughout the term under the guidance of our capable President Verna Deets y
and our faculty adviser Miss Clemens. The purpose of the cluh was to increase the spirit
M of friendliness among all its memhers.
p Many will be the times when we can look hack and recall to our memory the activif
ties of our group. Especially the play "Twelve Qld Maids," the St. Patrick's Day party i
and the afternoons spent in pleasant companionship making candy. -
Each and every one remained loyal to the motto "The elevator to success is not ,N
running, take the stairs" and thus we ended a successful and enjoyahle year.
President, ..,..,., . ..... VERN.A Dizirrs ix
Vice President.. .KATHRYN Ni3WI,RN
Secretary.. ,. . P.-xuuwa RUMPF i
'1'1easu1er. . . , ,Es1'rii.LA LiNisa.-xurzu
Faculty Adviser Miss M.-uw E. Ci amims
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