Montpelier High School - Mirror Yearbook (Montpelier, OH)

 - Class of 1938

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First Row: Doris Waterstone, Guy Connoly, James Trautman, Charles Varner, Paul Kerr, Betty Brim, Theda Dickinson, La Vern Tingle, Ralph Flinchbaugh, Lynette Scharlow, Lyle Knepper, Charles Courtney. Second Row: Hollis Lougheed, Frances Morrison, William Sears, Kenneth Doenges, Charles Bratton, Theodore Carrott, Donald Eckler, Paul Bible, Thomas Prosses, Warren Fisher. Third Row: Weldon Dukes, Harry Robinson, Glenna Eckler, Eleanor Drisher, Sara Lee Harrell, James Stahl, Eugene King, Hugh Warner, Thomas Calero, Donald Davis. Standing: Edward Connell, Darrel Knepper, James Coleman, Maynard Knepper, Aletzia Vv'olff, Franklin Dill, Sara Betty Prosser, Mr. Dean Kennel, Leonard Baker, Lyle Miller. MUSICAL AMBASSADORS OF M. H. S. scHooL DANCES POPULAR Strike up the band! At its forceful reverberations the whole world listens, for the world is in tune with music. And what stirs a more pleasant, tingling sensation than :he pulsating rhythm of a good band? Its presence in Jur school brings a joy which no other organization can Jffer. To the band is attributed many athletic triumphs. Its sprightly music sends the blood racing faster through :he veins of the despairing athletes, after turning defeat :o victory. Can you not visualize a band marching majestically lcross the gridiron? The spectators, facinated with the stately precision of its step and thrills at the swelling of the music. On the sideline the athletes' faces become flushed with enthusiasm. Each vibrant note that strikes :heir ears calls from their hearts va matching impulse of determination to win. As the band finishes playing, the team returns to the field with renewed vigor. The Montpelier Band is very fortunate to have such SOPHISTICATED SWINGSTERS First Row: Charles Courtney, trumpet, Wesley Jackson, viof ing James Stahl, drumsg James rautman, clarinetg Weldon ukes, saxaphone. econd Row: Jeanette Trautf nan, piano, Daryl Knepper, sax' zphoneg Donald Davis, tromf none. Standing: Franklin Dill. a leader as Mr. Kannel. Through his untiring efforts he has instilled in our band the necessary sense of cooper' ation and efficiency. fGuy Connolly "Swing"ieve1ywhere we go today the same word is on the lips of all the young, for who has not felt the rhythm induced by popular swing music. The Big Apple, Shag, Rhumba-even those not musically inclined feel the enchanting coordination of the swaying dancers with the rhythmic beat of music. "The Sophisticated Swingstersn, the swing band or- ganized this year, was a big success under the able di' rection of Mr. D. B. Kannel. Several members were chosen to participate and the group made basketball games a bigger attraction. -Charles Courtney Page 53

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