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Row l: I. McKinley, B. Siblisk. Row 2: K. Chase, P, Adamson,
D. Petty. Row 3: C. Holy, S. Troyer, D. Smith, R. May, E. Iaclcson.
Row 4: P. Bowland, C. Porter, V. Catey, student directory S McM1nn,
Hand over hand, music directors Rod Manifold, choir.
and Vicki Catey, belles, decide which group will per-
Audiences Throughout Community, State
Not only did the Choir entertain outside school.
lout, also, within, when Mr. Noble presented sea-
sonal choral arrangements at the Annual Christ-
mas Concert. As the year closed, the Choir as if to
say, 'lWe're not through yet," helped produce
finances for the Iunior-Senior Prom by presenting
the Spring Concert.
Pale blue brocade dresses with white shoes and
gloves characterized the appearance of PHS's
entirely female group, the Belles. The group did
indeed "Say lt with Music" as it delighted a
packed house at the Rodeo. Following the
Rodeo, the girls prepared themselves for the
Christmas auditorium and other concerts.
Row 1: L. Melson, D. Iones, I. Toepler, P. Smith, I. Kreutzer, I. Zerbe, secretary-librarian: C. King B Allbrf'-31. 7..:1.:z' 1:-11:51 '-.' 1
P. Huff. Row Z: L. Morris, C. Ioseph, C. Garrett, C. Cole, K Kunkle, I Hoover, ii Weller ll Gets H l.C!'lf1'f'I'.PflIf'l X' Ciisfiifi P '
V. Dugan. Row 3: D. Harding, G, Boinar, T. Rockwell, manager, R. Mortal! D Bu:b-ee D Got: I Nitiiol S S153 K Done
C. Iones. Bow 4: M. Doucette, G. Greenwald, S. Eder, I. Yentes, R. Manifold, student director- D. 'f'liom:'-sox: P. Lzstfrz E9 f
Nelp, T. Marburger, T. Randolph, I. Brownlee
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Adding u touch ot temtninity to the music department are Row 1: L. Darby, C. Beasley, L. Pope, P. Kilian, S. Bennett, S. Garrison, S.
Comertord Row 2: P. Temple, V. Wells, C. Klotz, B. Kennedy, N. White, V. Williams, B. Westcott, K. Miller, B Pugh, Senior representa-
tive, M. Childers Row 3: S. Fritz, I. Pattison, I. Garlinghouse, I. Ballard, I. Redmon, B. Ballard, K. Kreutzer, D. Hoover, S. Blinn, P.
Bemlce, P. Thorpe, S Sommers, G Fishback, A Horr, Sophomore representative, E. Thurston. Row 4: B. Hoover, W. Pohlman, librarian,
A. Shenaman, P. Hartleroad, B Newhouse, I, Rody, Iuntor representativeg P Lauderdale, C. Layton, I.. Wheeler, I Smith, N. Geyer, B.
Karowsky, S Rhodes, P. Yentes, P Wilson, prestdentg B. Pugh, N Atkinson, Vice-president.
Three Unique Choral Groups Entertained
In their first invitational performance of th.e sea-
son, Choir and Swing Choir members bombarded
Bunker I-lill Air Force Base with a barrage ot
Broadway show tunes and patriotic numbers.
Dashing from engagements at club meetings to
crowded church basements, Swing Choir mem-
bers readily accepted their civic responsibilities.
The PHS entertainers chose the customary
dinner jackets tor the male members and a con-
trasting black chitton dress tor the girls Dur-
ing the jam-packed season, members made
harrowing split second changes trorn formal at-
tire to traditional robes when both the Choir
and Swing Choir participated in a dual per-
Swinging and singing at many engagements are: Row 1:
V Crowden, I Berger, N. Smith, D. Buzbee, I, Nelp, B.
Weller, D. Harding, B Allbritten. Row 2: K. Kunkle B.
Buttington, C Ioreph, T Bocl-:well P Hutt,I Yentes, F.
Ior.-3:1 H Manifold I Zerbe n
' Attired in lamiltar blue and gold are the PHS choxr Row 1
G Galbraith, S Mtnns Row 2: L. Iackson, l. Arnold, D. Groot
I Bow.: l.t Huker How 3: N. Smith A Taylor H Ellis G
l'tOf1'i'IF I.t Dor.a.i.:on Row 4:13 Cratt T. Thompson D Keyes
I-1 Woo-irutt I Berne: gxcszierit I Helm Senior representative
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