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FIRST ROW-Ruth Webb, Joanne McConnell, Marilyn Harvey, Carol Jean Anderson, Nancy
Weatherston, Donald Baginski, Betty Walker. SECOND ROW-Mr. Walburn, Miss Groff, Mary
Glazier, Clara Stevens, JoAnn Milner, Beverly Stoll, James Leyman. THIRD ROW-Stanley
Nojonen, John Lekander, Herbert Locy, Barbara Jacobs, Albertine Watson, Virginia McMillion,
EDITOR Nancy Weatherston
ASSISTANT EDITOR Carol Jean Anderson
SPORTS EDITOR Donald Baginski
ART EDITOR Marilyn Harvey
ARTISTS Stanley Nojonen
PRODUCTION MANAGER JoAnn Milner
CIRCULATION MANAGER Clara Stevens
STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHER Herbert Locy
REPORTERS Barbara Jacobs
Beverly Stoll James Leyman
Virginia McMillion David Wilson
Ruth Webb Betty Walker
John Lekander Joanne McConnell
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Jeffersen High School
Jefferson, Ohio May, 1951
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The universal language--music. The one thing that the rich, poor, young
and old have in common is the appreciation of music. For many it is an outlet of
human emotions. Compositions by the immortal classicists are telling stories by
the pattern of musical notes and by the interpretation of the performer. Musical
ballads narrate for us accounts of historical events and stories of romance and
adventure. The great spirituals which have come to us from the southern part of
our country tell the troubles of men who were enslaved by others. Our modern-
day lyrics are put to music and become the hit tunes of the week. The jazz tunes
have become undying specimens of men's emotions. Music is a creative art with
rhythm, accent, atmosphere, and movement. The cultivation of music is a line art.
Music and school life have many significant similarities. The titles of many
songs describe the events of our school days, they tell of our adolescent adventures
while seeking our education. School life has its rhythm, accent, atmosphere and
movement. In school we 'become accustomed to associating with others in a defi-
nite pattern. Through our expression of interests we join various groups and ac-
tivities, giving us outlets of emotion. In school there is for every student the most
deliberate cultivation of tihe self-a fine art which is, after all, the source of all
the other arts.
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