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Music min ded Girls Glee officers Sally Knott, Treasurer; Lois Johnson, Secretary; Glenda McKee, President; and Donna Hinds, Vice-President, discuss the latest activities of their club. ROCKY HAS SONG TO SING c Girls’ Glee members pause between songs. Front Row, Left to Right:Sandy Skyles, Cheryl McRae, Judy Hansen, Norma Cham¬ bers, Myrtle Jennings, Sandy Lathridge. Second Row: JoAnn VanLandschoot, Linda Rogers, Betty Nagle, Carol Kamerer, Joyce Fuhlman, Gail Tanner, and LeeBertha Floyd. Third Row: Mimi Vancil, Alma Fowler, Janet Workheiser, Pat Kester, Gretchen Roller, Linda Harris, Letty Tuman, and Joyce Robinson. Fourth Row: Ilah Beaston, Evelyn Houseman, Karen Whitmore, Glenda McKee, Sandy Knott, Regenia Bonds, Barbara Bartels, and Judy Foster. Back Row: Betty Titus, Judy Carpenter, Donna Hinds, Yvonne Towns, Janet Martens, Pat Taylor, Lois Johnson, and Gretchen Gustafson. GIRLS’ GLEE CLUB 115
Page 118 text:
Another group of voices brings music to Rocky-Girls’ Glee. Behind the lovely tone of this group of girls, stands class periods of training in phonetics, reading musical notes, rhythm, and breath control. Using these basic skills, the group practices songs until they meet polished perfection. The music is then brought to the student body in an assem¬ bly, the Christmas Concert, and the Spring Concert. Girls’ Glee also joins Senior Glee in caroling at Christmas Time. GIRLS’ GLEE MAKES SURE
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FALL STAFF RECORDS Always looking for unusual pictures, Charlotte Frick, picture editor, discovers what it feels like to be in front of the lens. Mr. Peschang’s journalism classes are respon¬ sible for bringing school news to students in the Crimson Crier. For the first semester of the year, future paper publishers learn the techniques of the trade. They master writing headlines, interesting leads, features, news stories, editorials, humor columns, and other journalistic skills. The fall staff of the Crimson Crier, exhibiting sKill print are Front Row, Left to Right: Carolyn Kreider Rosenquist; Middle Row: Anita Eagle, Charlotte Frick Olson, Pat McCullough, and Mary Thurman; Bad Turnipseed. Scrutinizing the copy, Pat McCullough and S ally Temple, proofreaders; and Kathy Johnson, copy editor; check stories for possible errors. 116 CRIMSON CRIER
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