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Meeting the constant de-
mands for small group musi-
cal performances during the
school year are the college
women's quartet, the men's
quartet. and the women's
trio. These special groups are
organized and selected by in-
dividual auditions, and va-
cancies created by graduation
are again filled by auditions.
Carrying their singing talents
to programs both on and off
campus, these traveling song-
sters appear at alumni ban-
quets, high schools, churches,
civic clubs, and in many
Tuff Plrfnrr: Audley Bailey, Glad-
dcn Schrock, Dick Mishlcr, Dave
.lliillllv Pirt1m': jane Swank, Mary
Ann Petersime, XVordie Younis,
Carol Sollenberger, Marlene Brenne-
Bnlfnm Piffllfllf Miriam Royer.
Betty Roycr. Carol Hiller, Janice
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Back Row: Louis Durflinger, Dorothy Baer, Don Hardman,
Anita Garman, Prof. Vernon Stinebaugh, Larry McCormic,
Dr. Clyde Holsinger, Betty Royer, Pricilla Kester
Svfomf Row: Clara Buchanan, Gayle Hineline, Mary Ann Peter-
sime, Harold Davelcr, John Watson
Front Row: Sue NVeaver, Donita Overholser, Don Godlevski
Marjorie Morrison, Elaine Shilts, Marjorie Culkosky
String Symphony activities for the 1954-55 aca-
demic year centered around the concert presented
in conjunction with the Mother's Day banquet held
on Saturday, March 19. Special interest was aroused
by this concert in that 100 high school string instru-
ment players swelled the ranks of the smaller college
afiiliated group, and for this special occasion J. Fred-
erick Muller, former director of instrumental music
in the Elkhart schools, assisted in the role of guest
conductor. This Mother's Day concert was further
enhanced by a Tri-Alpha one-act play presentation
entitled "The Old Lady Shows Her Medals."
Oflicers undertaking the paper and pencil work
were Sue Wfeaver, presidentg Larry McCormic, vice-
presidentg and Margie Culkosky, secretary.
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Whether it be on the college football Held or at the half-time of a basketball game,
the Manchester College Band can be counted on to do its "stuff" in fine style. Under
the direction of two band members, Worth George and Paul Miller, one of the two band
sections was on hand to provide pep and enthusiasm throughout the basketball season.
In March the band embarked on a three-day tour in the high schools, and during the
year concerts were presented at the Central Regional Conference of the Church of the
Brethren and in the Peabody Memorial Home.
Playing before an audience of over S00 at the annual Winter Concert January 20,
the band featured Julia Findley and Paul Miller as soloists, and at the Music Festival
on May 14, Gloria Samuelson and Paul Miller were spotlighted. Rounding out the season's
nctivties was the annual May Day parade of floats and the Twilight Concert, the climax
to each year's program.
Working with the conductor, Professor John Browne, were officers Worth George,
Shirley Derrick, Gloria Samuelson, and Paul Miller.
Back Row: Louella Rasor, Sally johnson. Barry Deardorfi, Dave Cheal, Willard Dullabaum, Prof. John
Swami Row: Paul Miller, Carolyn Schuler, Gwen Frantz, Eldon Baker. Dick Mishler, Neal Franks. Larry
Gilmer, Douglas Vanator, Richard Wfhitacre, Max Hillsamer, Larry McCormic, David Eberly, Kenneth
Welcl1, Dcvoe Cobbs. Tom Mow. Jacqueline Claire, joel Haney, Bob Keaifaber, Byron Hawbecker, Harold
Showalter, Dorine Reid
Tlrinl Raw: Elaine Dunnuck, Marlene VanDyke, Dick Lindower, Keith Hewitt, Don Huffman, joan
Whitacre, Jean Noffsinger, Joan Hansing, Gene Minton, Janet Bailey, Donna Hook, Maxine Stands, Doris
Stover, Mary Ann Petersime, Wilma Million, Gloria Samuelson
Front Row: Worth George, Joetta Henderson, Julia Findley, Carolyn Durkes, Shirley Detrick, Irvin Hoff,
Barbara Carlile, Merial Benedict, Esther Petersime, Wanda Bollinger, Janis Briner V
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