Modesto Union Academy - El Capitan Yearbook (Modesto, CA)

 - Class of 1955

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Modesto Union Academy - El Capitan Yearbook (Modesto, CA) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 39 of 64
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0,5 Cl ly The MU A Boys Club IS one of the most octave and progressive In the school It lncludes all the boys and rs organized to promote school sparlt school Improvement and healthy socral relatronshups It has proved an excellent medium for student action and glves tralnmg rn leadershnp and character development The Boys Club has sponsored Improvement of school facllltles such as athletic equipment and the gradlng and fencing of the school grounds This year the Club presented a Saturday nlght dramatic program entitled This ls Hrs Llfe whnch was a lute sketch of our beloved prrncrpal A J Olson Another event that was looked forward to by both boys and gurls was the annual Boys Club banquet Thus year a western them was followed rn decoratuon food and program At the end of the year a week end camping trap was enyoyed by all who went OFFICERS President Steven Hamulton Vice President Jack Colwell Secretary Treasurer Fred Mothnesen Sgt at Arms Eddie Rouhe Sponsor Mr McConnell I , . . . . . . I I ' ' . . . . ,, . . . ,, . . , , , . Q . . . - , , . Pastor Y7,...........A...s,.,,,,,, s.,,,Y,,,,,..,YY.,,...........,,.,,, .YYYsss,.,77...........,.... A .,,.,....,,.,c B l aine Johnson J f P A A C , A A , 9 V . x - A T " ,F W . . ,. Q' 4 ' Xl . , 1 I ,H r-X " . ff K f -P-v . .l ,-Q

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, '- - ' - y Y 22'-1, -cf 1- .me - . -HA - ff ,, ,Q aft' i . .T 'f' 'iv-I fu " - -1 .z..- uf Ig 4 , - . ..4. . .. t- ,,. ,- ,,, .1116 f qttisf cruz, Under the capable leadership of their president, LaVelle Wissner, and her able assistants: Delores Anderson, Roberta Maxwell, and Joyce Mathiesen, the Girls' Club of Modesto Union Academy was off to a good beginning for the new year. Many activities were planned for the year and the girls had some wonderful times together. First, they gave a talent program on November 20, which was a good representation of the Club. Then came the biggest event of all- their formal banquet. The auditorium was beautifully decorated with streamers coming down to a lighted Christmas tree which truly gave it a Christmas atmosphere. The girls also sponsored two interesting films on .iaturday evenings and sold refreshments in order to help raise money for their proiect, which was, draw drapes for the chapel rostrum, which will add much to its usability and appearance. Of course, there were things they would have liked to have done had there been more time in which to work them in. Our sponsor, Miss Chinn, brought together the girls more closely through her love and helpful guidance. OFHCERS President .,,c.. ,,c, ,Ac. , ,,,,,c, ,,,c,, , , , , ,, LaVelle Wissner Vice President ,, ,,,s,,,,, ,, Delores Anderson Secretary-Treasurer , Roberta Maxwell Sgt.-at-Arms ..,,c,s.,, , , Joyce Mathiesen Sponsor ,-AA,g ,, Miss Chinn



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U Music plays a very important part in our school life here at M.U,A. 772. gan i 2 BAND OFFICERS President ,, , ,,,, ,, , . , Roy Hirschkorn Vice President , .. Delores Anderson Secretary .. ,. .. . , Mariorie Dollinger Treasurer YY,, ,,,,,,, . Dole lsaeit Sgt.-at-Arms . , . Jack Colwell BAND HISTORY - T955 We started this school year with a band membership ot thirty. The second semester raised it to forty. There are two bass horn players, three on baritones, two trombones, two horns, ten trumpets and cornets, four drummers itwo snares, one bass, one cymbalsl, one bell lyra, three flutes, seven clarinets and six saxophones. While we had several experienced players, because ot the preponderance of the "new crop" members it was necessary to play easy music, the Bennett Band Book KNO il, particularly, The second semester we' concentrated upon music "over our heads", in order to take part with older and more experienced groups at the great massed band festival at Pacific Union College, April 3. Some of these numbers included symphonic arrangements ot Bach. So, this year's music library might well be captioned, "From Bennett to Bach." Students, faculty, and community have cooperated with unusual enthusiasm in order to help develop a pro- gressive organization. The merit system has been a boost to industry on the part of individuals. The band has taken part in several musical programs. At the festival our own feature number of K. L. King's "The Iron Count Overture", a melodious number of medium difficulty. It is our sincere wish that our Modesto Union Academy Band continue to add its measure to a harmonious school spirit. Herbert Work, bandleader.

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