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The A Cappella Choir when first formed consisted of 55 voices. This year
the choir consists of 68 voices, 37 of which are seniors.
The activities of the A Cappella Choir include singing for all school
service assemblies, presenting a Christmas concert with the band and an
operetta or musical, participating in the Stark County Music Festival, going
to the district, county and state contests, and having a Spring Concert and
The 1958-1959 officers were: Wade Bland, president, Bill Roland, vice
president, and Caroline Phillips, secretary. Miss Frances Miller directs the
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The Glee Club participated in the Christmas concert with all choirs and
were a training group for A Cappella Choir. Miss Frances Miller directs the
The president of the club was Shelva Kinsinger, with Joanne Starkey
serving as secretary.
Pictured below are as follows, front row: Joanne Starkey, Janet Henderson, Nancy White,
Margene Pitts, Melinda Barnes. Second row: Shirley Millhorn, Karen Hurless, Donna Pflug,
Carolyn Bucher, Tammy Muster, Bernette Burch. Third row: Peg Sichler, Starr Breckenridge,
,Eleanor Mocher, Joan Steenrod, Karen Hershey, Shelva Kinsinger, Sue Muster, Betty Watkins.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Delores Nickels, Paula Foster, Judy Sample, Patty Carter,
Helen Burgess, Barbara Risher, Judy Handschurnacher, Becky Thomas, SECOND ROW:
Kathy Straw, Sandy Shimones, Marcella Hupp, Beth Toltz, Barbara Varn, Kathy Kraft,
Bonnie Byer, Cheryl Seward, Beverly Snyder. THIRD ROW: Carol Wade, Sharon Robin-
ette, Janet Cole, Carolyn Poling, Sandy Howell, Karen Harn, Kathy Renyolds, Sandy
Kinney, Margret Betz, Elaine Walters, Sue Delap, Sally Clauss. FOURTH ROW: Denny
Austin, Bill Harding, Bob Edwards, Phillip White, Larry Lippel, Jack Rice, Terry Heacock,
Ned Brown, Joe Kostlnik, James De Bula.
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FIRST ROW: Nancy Stevenson, Christie Pioch, Caroline Phillips, Paula Mariol, Dave Kaeser, Robbie Hoffman, Dave Essig, Dave Syler, Bill Davies,
Fran Boekel, Judy Hartwick, Joyce Thompson, Sue Whitmer, Diane Radtke. SECOND ROW: Marilyn George, Ruth Ann Bunton, Carol McCurdy,
Beth Booth, Connie Huff, Larry Ertle, Buddy Cole, Dick Palmer, Ray Hair, Gary Neel, Bob Snyder, Sandy Kohl, Judy Collins, Edie Blount, Linda
Collins. THIRD ROW: Cheryl Blackburn, Laurene Kambrick, Cathy Buchel, Peg Sichler, Jack McKinney, Mike Gue, John Sample, Dan Foraker,
Joe Burgess, Bill Daniels, Walter Wagner, Bob Sorensen, Karen Olden, Dee Anne Gordon, Jean Dilinger. FOURTH ROW: Polly Miller, Beth Hewer,
Sue Muster, Becky Wheller, Abbie Hoffman, Buzzy Lappin, Bill Roland, Dave Leist, Kedric Wolfe, Wade Blank, Tighe Hurless, Chuck Hinig, Bruce
Mize, Linda Husted, Judy Johnson, Virginia Rila, Cindy Lappin, Verneda Drain. '
Pictured above left to right in the Ensemble are: Polly Miller, Paula Mariol, Connie
Huff, Sue Muster, Linda Husted, Fran Boekel. Absent: Linda Hinnig.
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The freshman choir, directed by Miss Frances Miller, participated x
with all choirs in the Christmas concert and was a training group
for the A Cappella Choir.
The officers were: Phippip White, president, and Sandy Howell,
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