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Page 48 text:
Back Row: Bartruff, Frietage, N. White, Bowers, Bolman
Fourth Row: Powell, Mosher, Westfall, Olsen, Bush, Owens
Third Raw: Caldwell, R. Bevan, Devinney, Mummert, Sylvester, Glass, Voegelein
Second Row: Arnold, Dohlenburg, Messner, Harris, Pearce, Cruise, Keen, Thrasher, Strange, Gray, Beckman
Front Row: Rowton, F. Bevan, Joan Carlson, J. White, Arnod, Fitzyvater, Jean Carlson, Alkio, Blazer
Forty Freshmen girls completed Their first year of glee club under the direction of
The year's training included instruction in music fundamentals, ear training, sight
singing, vocal techniques, and learning pieces for programs and contests.
The first appearance of the Freshman Glee Club was at the Christmas assembly
program when they sang "The White Snows of Sweden" with the mixed chorus and
"Yuletide Overture," a medley of Christmas favorites, with chorus and band. ln an all
school assembly they sang "Forest Hymn" by Klemm and "Lift Thine Eyes" by Men-
delssohn in preparation for performing at the Linn-Benton County Music Festival in
Albany, March 19. At the festival Mr. Carl Ernst, Portland music supervisor, gave them
helpful criticisms and encouraged the group to compete in contests. Later at Salem
they received an excellent rating, ll, from the state contest judges.
The Glee Club combined with the chorus to sing "Joshua Fit de Battle of Jericho,"
and "My Own America" for the spring concert April 3, and sang again with the chorus
for May Day and commencement exercises.
Officers for the year were Lorene Rowton, president, and Shirley Keen, secretary-
librarian. Joan Voegelein contributed much to the success of the group with the excel-
lent iob she did accompanying.
Page 47 text:
Back Raw: Mastenbrook, Fryrear, Hobbs
Fourth Row, Rappe, Drapela, Tabor, Pierce, Schmidt, Coakley
Third Row: Norman, Ensley, Sims, Waddell, Scott, Simons
Second Row, Pesek, Juza, McKinney, Jacobsen, Osterman, Richards, Conner, Horton, Weaver, Lundholm
Front Raw, Howe, Doris Neustal, Powell, Osborn, Slack, Rice, Preever, Hammett, Simi, Parks, Crockett, Edex,
Lebanon High School Band achieved high honors this year and
upheld the reputation it has gained throughout the area as a win-
ner of six consecutive state contests.
Davis, Plymale, Voegelein, Neustal, Gram
Miss Julia K. Barnum was the director 13rd yearl. Officers
for the year were, Joan Voegelein, president and student director,
Charles Gram, vice president and drum major, Sally Davis, secre-
tary, Eileen Norman, librarian, Gene Tanner, treasurer, and Gib
First semester activities included marching at football games,
playing at basketball games and giving a Christmas concert.
Second semester was especially busy since festivals, contests,
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JOANp:f,3dEf,LE'N and Strawberry Fair are resuming their pre-war status. At the
music festival at Albany March l9 the band received many commendations and sug-
gestions which helped them win a "Superior" or "I" rating at state contests in Salem
the first weekend in April. This made them eligible to enter the national contests at
Eugene May 4 where they received an "Excellent or "ll" rating. Contest numbers were
"Semper Paratus," "Morning, Noon, and Night," and "Jolly Robbers."
Ot the five instrumental soloists who participated in state contests, Marion Rappe,
clarinetist, and Dick Hobbs, baritone, won firsts and went on to nationals to receive
"Il" ratings. Joan Voegelein, oboist, Gilbert Scott, trombonist, and Nancy Gleason,
pianist, received "ll" ratings at state meet.
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Back Raw: Blazer, J. Carlson, J. Carlson, Cadwell, Olson, Powell
Front Row: Rovvtori, Strange, Pc-circc, F. Bevan, R. Bevan, Knapp
So many ofthe Freshman Glee Club girls tried out for sextet that it was decided to
give two groups of six o chance to get some experience in small ensemble work.
The first group met on Tuesdays after school and included Elaine Knapp and Raye
Bevan, sopranos, Faye Bevan and Barbara Pearce, second sopranos, Lorene Rowton
and Norma Strange, altos.
The second sextet met Friday afternoons and consisted of Barbara Olson and Ra-
mona Powell, sopranos, Claire Caldwell and Jean Carlson, second sopranos, and Joan
Carlson and Elizabeth Blazer, altos.
At Christmas-time both sextets were kept busy with performances at church and
school programs and the combined group sang several Slovak carols for the American
Nine of the girls made up a triple trio to sing for the Easter sunrise service, April 21.
They sang "Panis Angelicus,, by Cesar Franck.
Most of these Freshmen girls have had beginning voice training in Junior High
chorus. Lorene sang with the mixed chorus last year. With another year or so of
training they hope to sing well enough to participate in advanced groups and contests.
All of the members of the sextet appreciated the help received from Miss Barnum,
vocal instructor, and Joan Voegelein, accompanist.
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