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Page 61 text:
On Saturday, April 15, those who tuned in on their radios
to the Cashmere Hour listened to a good program by the Peshas-
tin High School's combined Glee Clubs and Orchestra.
The following program, a very interesting assortment of
instrumental numbers, musical readings and vocal nu bers, was
given after a two-weeks practice.
Lullaby Moon . . . ..... . . Girl's Trio
One Fleeting Hour
Bass Solo 0 c 1 QNTHE TRmmETERno o OQU-in-cy C9-rrel
Chorus Selections . . . . . . .Combined Glee Cluts
'Bells Of The Sea'
Reading--Musical . nLilac Tree' . . .Jeanne Newell
Banjo Trio . . . . . . Mr. Percival, Carrell, Kuch
Piano Solo . . . . . . . . .... Dorthea Stewart
About the only nkickn the 'artists' had was that the
broatcast was on Saturday instead of being on a school day
T' ' Henry Kuch
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'QUT I 'Q , V High School Orchestra and Glee
I ,1""h Clubs participated, was to create
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Caooo WILL TOUR 2 ' -
The following program with some variations was given at
both the Dryden and the Leavenworth Schools on April 26 and
April 27 respectively. Each were about one hour in length.'
Alumni March. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orchestra
My Lullaby Moon. . . . . . Girls Trio
On the Hike. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orchestra
Talk About Jerusalen Morning. . . .Senior Quartet
Chorus Selections. . . . . . . .Combined Glee Clubs
Anchors Aweigh. . . ...... Orchestra
The Lilac Tree. . ...- Teanne Newell
The Trumpeter. . . . . . Quincy Currell
Violin Solo ..... . Grace Percival
Hawaiian Numbers. . Yfs , ..... Banjo Trio
A Merry Ring ..... ' ...... Mixed Trio
Later, the Glee Clubs and th: orchestra went home. Then
Quincy Darrell .end Ida Ferrel ' gave Student Government talks
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,f' 0 5 Xg,vReister the Girls'Glee Club has
IIN q' d 9 J Q met twice each week., Monda'-f and
P - H '5 PE P Thursday. There has e' about twenty
EUNQ5 five girls in this class, yet only
a few are really talented in that line.
Very little music has been purchased this year but the
girls enjoyed singing and resinging the songs purchased last
Miss Reister has also directed the Boys' Glee Club ex-
cept for two weeks beginning March 24, when Mr. McCormick
took charge. Ifm telling you-no capers were cut in his
The Glee Clubs made their first public appearance at the
Junior play when they san several numbers, Perhaps the sing-
ing did not harmonize so well, but the music was appreciat-
ed never-the-le s s Q
The High School was asked to prepare a program for the
Cashmere Hour this Spring. On April 15, a group, picked - F
from the combined Glee Clubs, went to Cashmere in the Scho-
ol bus. They gave a very nice program and received many
compliment, including the one from Graham Crackers.'
By Virginia Paul
C. P. S. Choral Society
The Student Body listened to a program on April ll, by '
the Adelphian Choral Society from the College of Puget Sound.'
The Society had toured North Central Washington and was on
its way home.
These singers were of particular interest to the stu-
dents since Annabelle Zigler, who graduated from this school
last year, was one of the soloists for them.
Several chorus numbers were given, followed by readings
and N0pera Singingn. The entire program was erjryeci espe-
cially the reading called UA Peach.W Also Annabelle-s solos
were enjoyed immensely. ll ' ho ed the tour can again be
made !43"'3 'ff next yearv '
5 Q By May Pendleton
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This year's Senior Quartet has had quite a varied exper-
ience. The members had their debute at the Tunior-Senior Ban-
Quet in the spring of 1952. But what a great deal of practice
The practice started in the fall of 1951. with Miss Reist-
er as the director, Walter Hopkins, a Freshman at the time, be
gan as the accompanist. After a few practices with frequent
changes, it was decided that Clyde Gorman could not hold up
the part of second tenor, so that was given to Elwood Cox.
Until just recently, the quartet has remained the same-
Henry Kuch, first tenorg Elwood Cox, second tenorg Bruce Towne,
baritone: Quincy Carrell, bassg Walter Hopkins, accompanist.,
The quartet has sung at Chamber of Com erce Ganquets, Y.
P,C,A. meetings, school programs, and school banquets. They
have also sung on the two WGood4Will Toursn sponsored by the
High School, Their numbers have been mostly of the type of
ever-popular numbers such as UBe1ls of St. Mary'sH, nSmilin'
Thrun, UTalk About Jerusa1em.Mornin'n, nSing Me A Chanteyn
Because Elwood Cox left school to Wjoin the Army,N the
quartet would have been a trio, had not Ruth Coppock consented
to make a fourth member. This makes it a mixed quartet, but
Wit sounds all right, anyway,n as one person was heard to say.
At this time, the Seniors wish the Junior Mixed Quartet the
THE BANJO TRIO
N---I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee.n This
might have been heard coming from Mr. Percival's home on a
night when the banjo trio was practicing.
This trio, composed of Mr. Percival, the director, and
Henry Kuch and Quincy Carrell, got together last fall, to play
for the pleasure of playing together. After attaining a cer-
tain amount of proficiency in playing together, they were in
demand for almost every program in the school, town, or over
For a While, last fall, it was thought that it could be
made into a quartet, but they were unable to get the fourth
The music played has been mostly of a popular nature--
running to Hawaiian and Spanish music.
This trio also occaisionly played in the H'gn School or-
chestra, for in some orchestrations, the mellow Utvaugn of the
banjo blended well with.the other instruments.
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BY X .f. If ,W Quincy Carrell.
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