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PHS Modern Music Masters are: Row 1: C. Swisher, P. Tharp, I. Mullinix, B. Ballard, I. Zerbe, N. Beck, M Whitney
C. Boyer, secretary, P. Wilson, B. Hoover, B. Allbritten, K. Benner, W. Pohlman, C. Miller. Row 2: B. Siblislc, P Mclfarnev
E. Thurston, F. Iones, A. Taylor, C. King, N. Smith, S. Zwickl, C. Klotz, C. Porter, I. Smith, P. Hutt, S. Ralstin V. Crowder.
vice-president, D. Iones, L. Iackson, B. Geberin. Row 3: C. Love, C. Garrett, I. Body D. Hoover, F. Harrison, ll. Atkin-
son, S. Blinn, treasurerg N. Geyer, C. Cole, L. Darby, I. Toepier, P. Smith, L. Wheeler, S. Garrison, P, Bennett. Row 4:
Kindlesparker, T. Thompson, T. Randolph, I. Dunton, R. Ellis, G. Greenwald, P. Cutler, B. Karowsky, I. Kreutzer,
Rhodes, D. Scott, D. Thompson, B. Scott, I. Brownlee, president, Mr. Noble, sponsor.
Enjoyed Knowledge - Lending Projects
Forming its own cheerblock, the PHS Pep-
band combined music with school spirit to com-
plete our pep sessions. A special corps was
formed to travel out ot town and promote team
spirit and sportsmanship as well as give a
musical litt to tans.
To change the tempo to a quieter melody, the
music department formed another group to per-
form at two important PHS functions. With
music composed by Irving Berlin, the stage
band added the tinishing touch to the i964
Bodeo. Playing Berlin's music with a touch ot
perfection, the band accompanied the various
acts. tin the spring the group provided accom-
paniment tor the Iunior-Senior Musical "Came-
Governing the music department were the
' b n A Creating their own cheers the ine-:tpbers or the PHS
members Of Tr1'M- A5 C1 DUUOUCII OfQCU'11ZCmOUf Band include Row 1: S Clark I Brownies D Tltsztzp
Modern Music Masters was open to only those R. Manifold, I. Helm Row 2: D Scott S KlEQl".Q5f, 5
musicigns who passed CI given test and main- rett, C. Boyer. Row 3: M. XYellerv C. Cole flex'-'ETQTZF
tained a "B" average. Meeting on call, the Randolph L' humble Row 41N fel?" " giififtrfm
Club t. d t 1 bl f T, Geberin F. Iones, A. Ash Row 5: S Basizzi : :::'.'er
me O SO Ve any pro ems Con ron Ing Iones, E. Thurston, I Hoover S. Slirizt. Row 3: ' IXZLI'
., . .
the music depcfflmeflf- B. Scott, D. Gott lx. lsreutzer
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FemczlC athletes cl PHS are Bow 1: I, Ireland, vice-president, C. Giver, corresponding secretary, C. Brown, recording
cretary, H Clark, treasurer, ll, Atkinson, president Row 2: I. Bostick, M. Black, V, Wells, M. Huber, I, DeLawter, D.
Bulliclc, L. Claybaugh, S Sornrners P. Kilian, B. Lutz, R Longenecker C. Dillman, G. Bryant, I. Garrison, I, Guyer, C.
Le s, S Brtick B Hoover, S. Garrison Row 3: K Iohnson, T. Robinson, L. Pope, B. Dowell, S. Fritz, B. Runkle, M,
B hards, I McKinley, L Weaver K. Miller, D, Place, B Geberin, B. Siblislc S. Graber M. Stone, P. Hostetler, R. Moss.
T Hull L Melson Row 4: B Shuey, R May, S Sawyer, S McKnight, R. Morris, N, Dinsrnore I. Smith, M. Wright, S.
lirli, I Cassel, L Dancejf, D, Robbins I. Hutch1nson,I Lavoncher I. Swafford L, Latta, S. Hilgeinan, V. Crow-
d n, I Wheeler Row 5: D Anderson, D Hoover, P Olson A Phillips, S. Mayo, P. Taylor, P. Hatton S. Stone, K. Hall
all31rd,L Hilligoss I Cattin, B Kennedy, L Lane, S Palstin P. GOLAQIIGUOUT I. Mclxleely P, Yentes, L, Garver, C.
niley, P Miller
Active Athletes, H istorians, and Musicians
Exploring the r 1 ' lli:'i:r',' Citilii Zixeznbfi-r.5 Row 1:
ll l.fI'ir:igrti :h L, Ifr'l:.':i:., pre-.fi'ler,t, S. Z1-rickl, vice--
rr- ,'-- iilf'nt,I l'lfiliITtCIYi,I Bliislcz, lf Bethel ll. Hartiafh B
Vrifltir, ll l"i'.'."tl' Row 2: I IG9Of'li'E'I'lCt.1V, V, Gray, .':tgt:'rti-f
trrjr, E 'Il'ttir.-tin, B Bernt.-tt, ll. Matto:-: L. Kinille-
ffrricer B B.r:lirrt'rn, B Craft B, Ballard, C Hetzner P
Hfrrtl-'rail Row 3: M. Smith, D Brindle, treasurer, M
Shigrrg, C Gilliirn D I.fiCo:.1, I Body, K Kiznpel, B
'I Bfrli-'-l'torn, I Ilipywf Row 4: Mr Schiiclcel Sponsor, G
l'I'iniZol'l I Hill, M Br-igh, Mr, Coblentz, .iporpior
Searching into the history of the pharoh's
tomb to the latest reports ot the spacecraft
Gemini, the history club explored phases of
the past. Because of the recent organization
of the club, its main and most important pro-
ject was establishing a constitution, The club
met after school to conduct its business.
From the battlefield of Bunker Hill to the
Glympics in Iapan, GAA members proved
that females, too, had athletic ability. If the
girls were not traveling to the bowling alley,
they were participating in such activities as
volleyball, deck tennis, tumbling, and basket-
Girls Athletic Association is a nation-wide
organization for girls who are interested in
athletics and its benefits. Instead of pins, the
girls wore metals and sweatshirts represent-
ing their organization,
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Concert performers and 'lfC'DlT1gll5llE'li musicians are band Qnernbc-rs Flow 1: F Harrlson, K Iockson, P Bennett, I McKinley. Row 2: C
Love B Grant P Mt:Kamey, C1 Manilolj D Iones, S l3lalst1n,C Sw1sher,C Boyer Row 3: S Clark, C Layton, K Miller l Blfl
man H lsfexn C Lxniis L We-:ver I Mulrrnx E Thurston It Mzy Row 4: B White l. Snyder S Clark D Keyes G Gamble
tjiszmuri S Klegiriwer D l-lardnq D Scott, lvl Bt:-Qgh Row 5: K Benner L Krldlespzrkcr I Mclfzughlzn D Gott E l.l'nl1kirt
Performing for Athletic Events, Concerts,
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I 3 -'X Y' l ffai '
Exhausted from work 'mi strain ot thought are bond ollicers
I Helm captmr. D Scott llrst lgeutenant, I. Cleveland, Iunzor
r-:rtresia-rttofive G lffdnitold Sophomore representcrtwe D Hari-
. in JI student director I Brownlee, manaqer, R Manifold, second
lif-ufffrront llissxnz are I Zerb-a Senior reyfresentotive cmd L,
Iucx.-on, ht. orizrn
An empty stage, solitary practice, concen-
tration under an inspiring director-with these
tools PHS makes music. From "Salutes to Beet-
hoven" to "Put on a Happy Face" the March-
ing Tiger Band showed its versatility by enter-
taining during half-time at our athletic func-
At the annual Christmas and Spring Con-
certs, the Noblemen turned to a more serious
side with music suited to the occasion. This
year the music department changed the formal
Christmas scene to a more casual one as stud-
ents pertormed, attired in ski sweaters instead
of tuxedos and lormals. Along with their dress,
the musical atmosphere was festive rather than
the traditionally inspirational.
This year the Spring Concert was also pre-
sented differently. The band staged its perform-
ance the second evening of the three-night pro-
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