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Vocal usic Department
MISS KAREN GERBER, head of the music
department, attended college at the Univers-
ity of Kansas from 1951 to 1955. She has a
Bachelor of Music Education degree,
THE MIXED CHORUS performed for various
community programs in and around Hope. A
special feature of the year was a Christmas
Cantata presented on December twentieth,
The entire vocal department presented a
MIXED CHORUS FIRST ROW: Mary Louise Smith, Juanita Ryff, Pat Harrison, Iris Marten,
Tom Hinkle, Sue Brown, Carolyn Hartman, Miss Gerber, Director, SECOND ROW:
Mayleenc- Bc-ltz, Charlotte Riffel, Carolyn Rhodes, Clyde Herman, Jean Anderson, Anita
Jacobson, Vonna Morgan, Phyllis Jacobson. THIRD ROW: Mary Rhodes, Mildred Jacobson,
Acconipanist, Jam- Dillon, Gordon Rhodes, Sharon Riffel, Linda Fry, Linda Nonken, Anita
Altmann. FOURTH ROW: Denny Deines, Alan Wuthnow, Catherine Rohrer, Janice Scliinimirig,
Donna Stroda, Pat Wooster. FIFTH ROW: Gayle Rhodes, Loren Keller, Gary Neuschafer
Ashley Anderson, Melvin Davis, Jon Scott.
If O '
colorful operetta, the Mikado, on March twenty
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LEARNING TO TYPE are Typing l students.
MR, GERALD DORSCI-I attended McPherson
College, he received his Masters degree at
Emporia, and has taught four years,
TI-IE BUILDING OF an usable skill in type-
SECOND HOUR Typing 1 Class
gain some speed,
Writing is the primary aim of the lst year
typing course. The students are taught to
type accurately at as high a rate of speed as
The Shorthand students, as is frequently
the case, are all Senior girls. They learn to
take shorthand notes and transcribe them a
accurately and speedily on the typewriter.
The Office Practice class composed of
students specializing in business courses.
They are required to learn to type proficiently,
file, use common office machines, and to learn
most commonly used office forms and their
Seniors compose the bookkeeping class.
These students are taught the basic fundamen-
tals Of bookkeeping and procedures.
MR, DORSCH is demonstrating shorthand char- TYPING PROFICIENCY is a goal for Mildred
acteristics to the class.
BOOKKEEPING CLASS is busy at work,
Jacobson, Catherine Rohrer, and Pat Harrison
in office practice,
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Anita Altrnann, Pat Harrison,
Mildred Jacobson, 'lAccorn-
oanistj Mary Louise Smith,
I Vonna Morgan, Jane Dillon,
Catherine Rohrer, Janice
Schininiing, Anita Jacobson,
Miss Gerber lDirectorl,
Boys' Glee Club
FIRST ROW: Jerry Brouhard, Gale Graham,
Tom I-Iinkle, Clyde Herman,
SECOND ROW: Miss Gerber, Ronald Davis,
Denis Amlcrson, Gordon Rhodes,
Fred Warns, Thaine Plank,
THIRD ROW: Jon Scott, Alan Wuthnow, Mclvin
Davis, Denny Deines.
Girls' C-lee Club
FIRST ROW: Marilyn Brockmeier, Phyllis
Jacobson, Jean Anderson, Sue Brown,
Pat Harrison, Carolyn Hartman, Miss
SECOND ROW: Mayleene Beltz, Anita
Altrnann, Mary Sniith, Carnien Engle,
Joanne Klassen, Linda Ihdc, Barbara
THIRD ROW: Mary Bcrnhardt, Carolyn
Rhodes, Janice Schimming, Mary
Rhodes, Catherine Rohrer, Anita
Jacobson, Iris Marten, Carol Hill,
FOURTH ROW: Charlotte Riffel, Rose Riffel,
Pat Wooster, Donna Stroda, Sharon
Riffel, Mildred Jacobson, Accompanist,
Gayle Rhodes, Marilynn Klingberg,
FIFTH ROW: Sylvia Nely, Margaret
Helbach, Jane Dillon, Deanna Black,
Juanita Ryff. Vonna Morgan, Linda
Nonken, Nancy Davis,
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