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madrigal group Seated: Susan Martin. First row: Janie Brickey, Mary Akers, Carolyn Farmer, Ellen Cole, Shirley Leftwich, Mr. James Godfrey, sponsor. Second row: Fred Hall, J. R. Schrader, Wayne King, Bill Catron. The Pulaski High School Madrigal Group is one of the few in the State of Virginia and concentrates on singing Madrigals of the sixteenth and seventeenth century. We have performed at the District I Federation of Music Clubs Convention, Winter Concert, P. T. A., Spring Concert, and District Music Festival in Roanoke. We have been organized for two years. girls glee club First row: Jo Ann Cook, Betty Martin, Ann Powers, Margaret Mustard, Nancy Brown, Margaret Leeson, Elizabeth Eanes, Janie Howlett, Shirley Ward, Charlotte Meade. Second row: Wanda Nunn, Polly Andrews, Bonnie Bell, Betty Jones, Dorothy Burton, Judy Parks, Linda Dalton, Agnes Davidson, Martha Hawkins, Janice Edwards, Nancy Lovern, Marie Allison, Louise Walters. The purpose of the newly organized club is to promote a further interest in music and singing. There are twenty-four members of the club and they have per- formed at several of the schools of Pulaski, the Winter Concert, and at the District Music Festival at Roanoke. Officers were: Ann Powers, president; Linda Dalton, vice president; Judy Parks, secretary-treasurer; Nancy Lovern, librarian; and Nancy Brown, reporter. seventy-two
Page 77 text:
pulaski high school band First row: Mary Javne Harriman, Frances Woods Joretta Jones, Bobby Umberger, Elizabeth Lane, Norma Craw ford, Carol Rankin. Second row: Charlie Riggs, Mack Wilson, Jack Huddle, Kenny Riggle, Betty Jo Jackson, Mason Vaughan, Nancy Gemmell, Elaine Sherman, Beverly Repass, Mary Ellen Duncan, Violet Powers, Jackie Turner, Martha Cox, Johnny Houston. Third row: Don Fitzaerald, Bill Thornton, David Jones, Glenna Conner, Wayne Lemons, Gerald Repass, Mary Frances Cox, Yvonne Horton, Micky Albert, Shelburne Clark, Jimmy Fisher, Freddy Owens, Jimmy Harrell, Juanita Underwood, Winfred Pearce, Stanley Morefield, Bobby Harreli, Jean Williams, Eddie French. Fourth row: David Harrell, Maurice Brown, Frank Brammer, Fred Clark, Rick Stevens, Lyle Comer, Jimmy White, Byron Spencer, Wayne Utt, Eddie Stenson, Alice Wilson, Shirley Leftwich, Gayle Long, Ernest Hurst, Mr. James H. Godfrey, sponsor. The Pulaski High School Band now consists of sixty-three members and is one of the most active organizations in the school. Its purpose is to create in our schools and community a cultural consciousness of music. The Band, under the direction of Mr. James H. Godfrey, performed various maneuvers at all football games, with the exception of Tazewell. It also participated in many other school events such as bonfires, parades, assemblies, and the District VI Music Festival in Roanoke, Virginia. The Band also gave three concerts and plans to attend the Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester, Virginia. The officers were: David Jonas, president; Kenny Riggle, vice-president; Jimmy Harrell, secretary-treasurer; Martha Jane Cox, Mary Frances Cox, and Juanita Underwood, librarians; Bobby Umberger, drum major; and Mr. James Godfrey, director. seventy-one
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dancing corps Left to right: Barbara Owens, Charlotte Quesenberry, Barbara Woods, Roberta Gregory, Joan Leeson, Frances Williams, Nancy Gray. orchestra First row: David Jonas, Donnie McKinney, Glenna Conner, Gene French, Jack Huddle, Bobby Umberger. Second row: Roy Hall, Ernest Hurst, Gail Long, Alice Wilson, David Harrell, Jimmy Harrell, Fred Clark. The orchestra was tormed at the beginning of the school year. Mr. Godfrey thought of organizing an orchestra when he heard a few of the band members playing popular and jazz numbers in the bandroom. The orchestra played for several dances after the home football games. It has had several engagements for dances in and out of town. All of the money raised by the orchestra is put into the band ' s funds for Winchester. seventy-three
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