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Page 137 text:
McDonough, Judi Heieren, Charles Lotto, Bill Willoughby, Gayland Gravitt, Mike
Haffner, Brad Haydock, Ken Jay, Bob Duckworth, Roger Suttle, Chris Bogh, Gerry
Monkowski, Carol Gower, Carole Bogh, Rhoda Evans, Kathy Flaherty, Lynda Ricks.
ROW 4: Kathy Dahlquist, Linda McClure, Linda Wiemann, Trudy Kay, Sally
Christmas. Highlight ofthe year was the chair's selection to sing
at the Biennial Washington Music Educators' Conference at
Spokane in February.
Members of A cappella Choir are selected by the director, Mr.
Bonwell, Paul Clymer, Cal McMillen, John Swartzwelder, Ray Harker, Tim Blu
menstien, Steve Randles, Ken Moerer, Charles Cariveau, Mike Grimm, Paul
Longwell, Mike Bollinger, Greg Gurule, Kathie Moore, Janette Haggard, Peggy
Nyseth, Marilyn Vennetti.
Richard Hauser, after careful observation of their performances
in previous groups. Auditioning is frequently used also to de-
termine qualification. Membership demands from each stu-
dent a high degree of integrity and self-discipline, high qualifi-
cation in voice proficiency, and just plain hard work.
The Swing Choir gives students an additional
outlet in music by giving to those who wish an
opportunity to work in a smaller group, Most of
the members come from A Cappella Choir. They
sing for many different school and community
organizations and functions. This year the Swing
Choir was heard on Christmas day over KREN,
the Renton radio station, retaped from an earlier
Christmas Program for the Rotary Club at the
ROW 1: Linda Wiemann, Dana Rothrock, Janette Haggard,
Marilyn Vennetti, Judi Heieren, James Haydock. ROW 2:
Patricia Pickels, Bill Willoughby, Donna Maxin, Chris Bogh,
Roger Suttle, Mari McFarlan, Gayland Gravitt, Joan Weber,
Carole Bogh, John Swartzwelder. ROW 3: Guy Vieg, Greg
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A Cappella Choir
ROW 'lz Rosanne Mattila, Michele Collins, Dana Rothrock, Linda Krall, Patricia
Pickels, Darlene Rockey, Jane Ersland, Margie Ducatt, Valerie Rosa, Lynda
Acldlernan, Lynda Peterson, Marya Smith, Donna Maxin, Pat Perdue, Dianne
Desimone, Donna McEdward, Marie McFarlan. ROW 2: Ruth Blankenship, Rita
The A Cappella Choir is considered the top performing group in
the high school. The choir has enioyed superior ratings at music
contests! each year for the past T6 years. The choir performs
many times during the school year and sometimes a summer trip
is included. Among some of the performances this year was the
ROW 'lz Chris Boghs, Cindy Klise, Mary McFarlan. ROW 2: Bob Ferguson,
Gayland Gravitt, Joan Weber, Mary Ozbolt, Dennis Waltner.
Johnson, Cyndee Klise, Joann Diambri, Linda Leedy, Torn Silkett, Mike Coleman,
Stanley Wilcoxen, Dennis Waltner, Bob Ferguson, Jim Mathewson, Tom Ponder,
Dan Brooks, Dennis Weiss, Paul Camper, Jan McCandliss, Mary Ozbolt, Joan
Weber. ROW 3: Nita Fulwiler, Kathy Baze, Mary Wrightsman, Mary Huges, Nancy
Christmas Concert, Spring Concert, Baccalaureate Services and
various assemblies. In addition to this, the choir was invited by
Kiro-T.V., to sing at the Kiro-T.V. Christmas Carnival held at Exhi-
bition Hall in the Seattle Center. The Choir was also featured on
the Kiro-T.V,'s J.P. Patches Show for five continuous days before
The choir council, consisting of a president, secretary, four
section leaders and two robe managers are elected by their
choir class mates. Their duties are many and varied depend-
ing, of course, on the choir workload during the year. The
president has the responsibility of coordinating and conduct-
ing choir business matters and organizing proiects, etc. The
secretary is charged with the responsibility of taking atten-
dance both in class and out of class functions. The section
leaders are more or less in charge of their sections, conduct-
ing rehearsals and the business of each section. Choir robe
managers are charged with keeping the accountability of
robes and stoles, and maintaining their appearance for per-
formances. As a group they serve as a steering committee
which recommends policies and procedures for setting up
standards of the group.
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ROW 1: Brenda Davis, Lizabeth Rynning, Pam Stuber, Marcia Crutchfield, Carol Brooking, Beth
Munsinger,Jan Addington, Kathie Mclntire, Eva Guy, Kay Mohan.
This group is usually in great demand for singing engagements throughout
the community during the year. They were heard over radio KREN Renton on
Christmas day in a program recorded earlier for the Rotary Club at the
Renton lnn. Each year since its beginning, three years ago, the group has
performed at music contests always receiving commendable ratings.
ROW 'l: Jim Mathewson, Chris Bogh, Paul Longwell, Gaylond
Perhaps the most popular small group over the
past two years has been the Boys' Quartet, or, as
they call themselves, "The Qdds and Ends". The
boys were featured last year in the musical, "Mu-
sic Man", and in this years production of "My Fair
Lady". Their singing engagements have been
many and varied. The Quartet started singing
together at the beginning of their iunior year, and
have continued uninterrupted, except for sum-
mer, until graduation. This group, through hard
work, has developed into an outstanding singing
Sophomore Girls' Glee
ROW l: Donna Budge, Sheryl Weibel, Marta Wllin, Cheryl Beil, Kay Mohan,
Betty Ralph, Sara Kelly, Sue Klinker, Marcia Crutchfield, Eva Guy, Brenda
Davis, Karen Weiss. ROW 2: Lizabeth Rynning, Gayle Sawyer, Sharon Seemer,
Sandra Herman, Kathleen Mclntire, Vicki Andersen, Valerie Lindberg, Noelle
This group is relatively new to the vocal music program. They
have proved themselves, however, as being a highly capable
group. Last year was their first year at a contest and they
received a superior rating. It is expected that this group will
Mclntyre, Pam Stuber, ,lan Addington, Peggy Eggers, Karen Hansel. ROW 3:
Niki Kullberg, Cathine Randall, Linda Frazier, Kathy Harter, Beth Munsinger,
Chris Huffman, Vivian Lewis, Donna Karren, Kathleen Weaver, Sharyl Watt,
continue to develop as a future mainstay in the curriculum.
They perform at various assemblies and organizations. They
also will be remembered for their beautiful balcony caroling
at the Christmas Concert and Assembly.
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