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Page 52 text:
The first Glee Club was organized in V732 by Bliss Dorothy LeChien. ln l936. under direction
of hir. Philip Austin, the boys and girls combined and formed the Senior Choir, which presented sev-
eral operettas and contatas.
Since its beginning the choir has been verv active, participating in contests held in western New
York, and winning first place in the majority of them.
Ar present, the choir is all girls conducted bv Klrs. Eleanor Cleveland.
BACK Row: R. MacDon-
ald, D. Burdick, F. Stuck,
L. Allen, G. Lafferty, L
Hawks, M. Sisson, P
YV li i t e, A, Nlurray, R
Coon, E. Dennis, B. Lamb.
SECOND Row: Elaine Cor-
bin, J. Allen, M. Bump
G. Burch, G. Jordan, J
Lemon, 1. Hinman, Mrs.
Cleveland, C. Cole, B.
WVilliams, C. Haslett, S.
Bowen, Elizabeth Corbin,
M. Ferrington, B, Dennis.
FIRST Row: H. Sisson, J
Hamilton, M. Allen, L.
E a r I l, L. Beckwith, L.
Moses, M. Coon, E. Hed-
den, D. Stoddard R
Stoddard, B. Harringer.
BACK Row: E. Ferrington
lNI. Hackett, VV. Dutton
E. Green, L. Harris, V
Davis. SECOND Row: G.
Peterson, J. Stoddard, B
Lewis, B. LaFever, Mrs.
Cleveland, M. Speta, M
Hawks, M. L. Burdick
M. Allen. FIRST Row: S
MacDonald, C. Oliver, S
Hardman, N. Hardman
R. Speta, L. Owens, N
Oliver, B. Hinman, B. A
C, The Junior Choir was organized in September 19-I-2. under the direction of lirs. Cleveland and
is composed of seventh and eighth grade members. lVhen first organized both boys and girls participated.
However, the following year, an all girl choir was formed.
Each vear the choir has presented either a concert or an operetta. The operetta Ullizzv Burtonn
by Gtis RI. Carrington, was presented this year and was 11 big success. Un request the performance was
given at Bolivar and Allentown schools.
Page 51 text:
In 1932 the first school orchestra was started under hir. S. V. Norton. Philip Austin came in
1933 as the first regular orchestra director. lNIany old graduates will remember the weeks of prepara-
tion before traveling to Fredonia to enter competition with other schools where first place was taken
several times on Class C. The orchestra also formerly traveled to other schools and gave performances.
Since 19-ll the orchestra has given several public concerts and also furnishes the music for Bacca-
laureate and Graduation.
BACK Row: H. Andrus,
D. Jordan, E. Corbin, A.
Murray, E. Dennis, V.
Cooley, W. Peterson, C.
Lafferty. SECOND Row: B.
Dennis, S. Seager, C. Cole,
A. Turybury, Mr. Hess,
G. Lafferty, G. Jordan,
M. Coon, A. Lemon. FRONT
Row: B. Lamb, M. Rog-
ers, J. Hinman, M. Fer-
rington, R. Coon, L, Beck-
with, L. Earll.
S'rANDiNc: S. Bowen, D.
Burdick, A. Murray, M.
Sisson, A. Rogers, B. Skin-
ner, K. Skinner, M. Wells.
SITTING! L. Moses, L.
Hawks, R. Jones, E. Den-
nis, W. Peterson.
The Swing Band was first organized in the fall of 1944 under the direction of Mr. Ray Hess
with eight members participating. Instruments included were the violin, clarinet, guitar, bass viol,
drums, trumpet, saxaphone and piano. ln the fall of '46 a quartet who call themselves "The Swing
Sisters" was added. This club meets Friday afternoons for informal jam sessions and melodious har-
monizing. An active organization, it performs at frequent intervals for the student body.
Page 53 text:
"Bargain Bride presented November 19, was a hilarious comedy of mistaken identity. Jimmy en-
tered contests under assumed names. Things became complicated when Dex learned he would inherit
555,000 if he were married. He proposed to lllinnie and llliss Fizby, and fireworks resulted when the
two discovered they had both been asked. Hosanna revealed everyone's secrets to get money for her
'Ktorso" so that she could marry George VVashington Abraham Lincoln Thomas Jefferson Spitz. Aunt
Oma complicated matters further by her unexpected arrivals.
BACK Row: Philos Bur-
dick, Miss Clarke, Shirley
Bowen, Lyllian M o s e s,
D o r 0 t h y Lewis, Miss
Hanneman, Breadon Skin-
ner. FRONT Row: Gloria
Maxson, Ellodene Dennis,
Mary Lou Sisson, Audrey
Murray, Virginia Gi-
BACK Row: Mrs. Bartoo,
Robert Herring, Mac
Wells, Wilford Burdick,
Milton Rogers, Maurice
McCrea, Mrs. Cleveland.
FIRST Row: Barbara Oli-
ver, Joyce Hinman, Amy
Lemon, Phyllis White,
Marian Coon, Geraldine
How would you like to have a pet ghost? VVhen Phineas Farthingale came to visit his neiee, Helen
lklaxwell, he brought with him the fun loving-tempermental protective ghost of an Inca Chief.
Aunt Polly enlists the help of Phineas and the Ghost to help Helen convince her mother that
Tommy Tucker is the one for her. A seance convinces Mrs. lllaxwell and lylrs. De Royster that
they should mend their ways. Tommy wins his love and Deborah De Royster combs out her pig-
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