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Page 96 text:
Clarinets compose the treble voices ofthe band and the bass clarinets, alto clari-
net, and basson add to the richness of the tone. First Row: L. Sellers, M. Staf-
ford, C. Atterholt, L. Anderson. Second Row: C. Fulk, S. Myers, K. Shaver,
S. Meng, J. Badertscher, S. Armstrong. Third Row: Mr. Wells, M. Maxwell, J.
Miner, J. Obrecht, G. Carl, P. McGuire,
Our Hillsdale Band was kept busy throughout the
school year with various activities. Two weeks before
school began Mr. Jay Wells initiated a band camp for
all members in marching band. They learned forms of
drill, routines, and just plain marching. The band used
all of these things for the halftime shows at our.football
games. At the home basketball games, the fifteen
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K. Fickes, K. Ramsey.
member pep band played popular and march music
during the halftimes. Then came concert band and
their first performance, a Christmas Concert. March
saw two main events. Nine members were selected to
participate in the first Firelands Conference Band and at
District Contest the band received a II rating. The end
of the year was marked by a spring concert.
Trombones and trumpets add zest
and bold tones to the sound of the
band. First Row: T. Butler, C.
Twining, G. Austin, D. Jones, B.
Obrecht, G. Frank. Second Row: L.
Fridline, L. Funk, W. Applegate, L.
Strang, D. Switzer.
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Mrs. Mildred Garling administers the oath of the National Honor Society to senior Janice Hershey a nd sophomore
Mary Gilmore during induction ceremonies held April 21, 1966.
National Honor Society Inducted Eight New
While the full-fledged members of the National
Honor Society sat on stage this twenty-first of April, the
audience was filled with anticipation. The qualifica-
tions for members were announced and preluding cer-
emonies were held.
Eight chairs had to be filled and excitement ran
deep as each student was tapped and escorted to the
platform where he was made a probationary member
of Hillsdale High School's National Honor Society. The
students did not know in advance of their election to
the organization. I
Mrs. Garling administered the oath and the awards
were presented by Mr. Yeater and Mr. Lavengood. The
program was concluded with Mr. House leading the
entire assembly in the singing of "I Would Be True" as
the old and the new members exited.
Members .of the National Honor Society who were
inducted into this organization in previous years are as
follows. seniors Ken Kamenik, Dave Harris, Donna
Mutchler, Susie'Echelberger, Linda Bontrager, Lois
Sellers, Sharon Armstrong, Marilyn Stafford, Kathy
Fickes, and juniors Pat Mills. Dean Moody, Dave
Kyler. Linda Schwan, Lynda McGuire, Tom Kaufman,
Don Hange, Unie Draper, and Cheryl Fulk.
The newly inducted members of the National Hon-
or Society were FRONT ROW: seniors, Janice Hershey,
Jacque Workman, and Glorene Chance and sophomores.
Marsha Dennis and Mary Gilmoreg and BACK ROW:
sophomores, Mary Mutchler, Becky Helbert, and Susie
Page 97 text:
Tunas and baritones bring out the bass
score ofa song. First Row: I. Tallmadge, L.
Schwan, C. Briggs. Second Row: E. Zody,
S. Leicligh, T. Pore.
Every band must have its flutes with
their high notes, French horns with their solid
chords, and the saxophones with their melo-
dious sounds. First Row: S. Harlan, K. Wol-
ford, S. Shibinski. Second Row: T. Sours, P.
Mills, U. Draper. Third Row: L. McGuire, M
Kosse, M. Jones, C. Moody.
Band Comprised of Sections
Responsible for the tempo and rhythm of the band is the percussion
section. First Row: A. McClure, R. Lipscomb. Second Row: H. Sul-
livan, B. Banks, D. Edmiston, C. Harned, B. Allenbaugh, C. Hardesty,
M. Ewing, T. Kaufman, S. Fast.
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