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Page 111 text:
"Parapl1ernalia" Provide Music, Color
Swing Choir members had or busy year.
climaxed by a round of appearances for civic
and social groups during the Christmas season.
A few special events for which the group proe
vided entertainment were the Man of the Year
banquet, the State Cancer Society convention,
and the Mother-Daughter social. The members
also had featured roles in the Bodeo, the Christ-
mas concert, and the Spring concert. Since Ier-
ry Yentes was unable to participate in several
programs, Bonnie Williams was a part-time
member of the organization. Costumes for the
girls were turquoise blue dresses and for the
boys, white dinner jackets and dark trousers.
Besides their performances at local athletic
contests, the Majorettes and Tigerettes ap-
peared in special half-time shows at Ball State
Teachers College and Butler University. The
Tigerettes were led by a senior member, Nancy
Beineke, and the Majorettes by Mary Wllitney,
Many half-time shows were presented by the Tiger-
ettes: C. Turley, L. Iaclcson, I, Evans, M. Overmyer,
V. Crowden, I. Zerbe, N. Reineke, I. English, I. Nelp
Singing brought great enioyment to these rzierxlcer..
of the Swing Choir. Row 1: B. Day, M. Cole N Reinel:-3
V. Crowden, C. Turley, E Rommelfanger, S. Acllciis
I. Nelp Row 2: B. Vlfilliarns, R. Bowlarid, I Berger
T. Comerlord, D. Iordan, P. Horst, I Allbritten, C Da-
vidson. Pam Huff, center, is accompanist
PHS Majorettes not only led the band, but also per-
formed with batons at football and basketball games
They are Mary Whitney, Beth Holmes, Nyla Ayres, and
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Interest in Music Promoted by Tri-M
Members oi the Music Department belonging to Modern Music Masters are: Row l: I. Allbritten, D. Ramsey, R
Bowland I. Nelp, I. English. Row 2: A. Taylor, K. Hahn, D. Mitchell, M. Cole, I. Hopper, I. Elliott, M. Bullock, I
Zerloe, ll Atkinson, N. Beclc. Row 3: C. Soames, I. Evans, B. Day, D. Davis, E. Adams, P. Smith, I. Smith, P. Huff
C Boy-'-r, M. Whitney. Row 4: E. Cowan, I. Brownlee, D. Thompson, M. Erlenbaugh, B. Scott, D. Iordan.
Modern Music Masters is an organization
we open only to those students '.':ho rrarticitiate in
the Band, Belles, or Choir. Before loeccming a
- member ol Tri-M, a iierscn must giass a test,
which includes learning the constitution, song.
names of local otticers, location of main offices,
and chapter numloer. Each year Tri-M has an
induction ceremony at which new members
who meet the gualifications are inducted. This
club has as its goal the promotion of high
standards ot music. The members elected as
their officers Bonnie Bowland, president, Dale
Ramsey, vice-president, Iudy Nelp, secretary,
Iohn Allloritten, treasurer, and Ianice English,
After passing the Tri-M test, these members were in-
ducted into the organization. Row l: A. Ash, K. Dawalt,
G Greenwald, D. Gott How 2: T Randolph D. Scott,
'il' fi. , l. Dunton, I. Dunton, M. Beigh. Row 3: S. Zwickl, V.
' ' A-'lr' , Crowden, S. Messersmith, E Thurston, B. Hoover, K.
-ml I, MQ X Benner. Row 4: W. Pohlman, C. King, I. Rody, S. Ralstin,
'S ' , I F. Iones, P. McKamey. Row 5: L. Darby, N. Smith, L.
, Hagen, S. Blinn, C, Cole, C. Garrett. Row 6: P. Wilson,
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I Kreutzer I 'Ioepfer ll Geyer D Iones A Taylor.
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PHS Club Members Work wrth Hands
Planmng cr sprmg t p w a o of the proyect
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These members of the Art Club decorated for the
Chrretma Dance Howl S Cattrn A Taylor T Hand
Row 2 I Hopper I Hooxer C Smtth I Evane Row 3
Grven S Walk r Vette B Ktnzre L Iac on
M Murphy Row 4 I Zerbe P Mcliamey N Geyer D
Snyder I Bealchamp I B rger Mr Wayne Ta lor
Future Homemcxkers of Amenca rs a club lor
students on the home econornrcs course ln thts
club the members learn about the domestrc
Students takrng an art course may become
members of the Art Club rf they meet the ne
cessary qualrtrcatrons Thrs organtzatron works
on protects such as payer mache lrgures orl
parntrngs water colors and ceramrcs
The Hrgh School Bed Cross devoted much ol
tts trme to the resrdents of the County Home bw
grvtng them partres on sbecral holrdays The
members also parttcrpated rn the Heart Fund
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