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Page 176 text:
The Girls Glee Organization Makes Sure Rocky Has Harmony GIRLS’ GLEE MEMBERS ARE-First row: Judy Lamb, Phyllis Williams, Sharon Toney, Jean Meass, Sheila Lough, Lee Lynn Cox, Tammy Price, Garol Ward, Pat Arnold, Judy McCollam, Ellen McKenna. Second row: Mickey Bacon, Sally Timion, Helen Lampkin, Linda Douglas, Helen Eggers, Doris Nessler, Anna Chehak, Belinda Beale, Kathy Thomas, Linda Meyers, Donna Cook, ami Jackie Stewart. Third row: Debby Frank, Vickie Sowards, Jean Clark, Judy Bull, Betty Burns, Ida Doww, Pat Hendrickson, Beverly Kratzer, Pam Sager, Sandy Melody, Kerry Schreiner, Carolyn Carlson. Fourth row: Nea Jackson, Linda Emerick, Candy Laux, Lucille Nice, Kathy Barth, Linda Brooks, Jenny Fisht‘r,Vera Poe, Linda Hendricks, Pam W illiams, Sharon Swan, and Jain Partlow. Under the skillful direction of Mr. Murray Osborn, a group of talented girls brings music to the halls of Rock Island High School. This is the Girls’ Glee com¬ posed of Junior and Senior girls who like to sing and have an interest in improving their musical ability. Behind the beautiful sound of this group of girls stand many class hours of training in important aspects of singing, phonetics, reading musical notes, rhythm, and breath control. Having practiced these skills to perfection, the members of the Girls’ Glee performed in several pro¬ grams. The girls displayed their talents in the exchange assemblies, in their annual Christmas Concert, and in a program in the spring. During the Christmas season, the Girls’ Glee also combined with the Senior Glee in caroling through the halls. 172 GIRLS’ GLEE CLUB
Page 175 text:
PEPPY ' PEP liA! l provided music for home garnet). The liamt played before the ganir». assisted (he cheerleader with the school song;, and played during half-time intermission, under the leadership of !Yf r. Kruzan. Pep Hand Plays at Home Gaines; Ilium Major Leads Hand with Flourish With a swirl and a flash of white, the majorettes and drum major strutted down the field before the hand at football games. Th ese colorful figures showed their skills as they provided entertain¬ ment with the music. The pep hand music was a familiar sound at home basketball games. Under the direction of Mr. Don¬ ald Kruzan, the band fur¬ nished music before the varsity game, and lead the singing of the national anthem and “Hi Neigh¬ bor”. They also played the school song for the student body. The pep band provided half-time entertainment also. LEADING THE BAND down the field with a flourish were the majorettes and the drtim major. Mike Simms was the drum major, while Connie Warrick and Sharon Davis filled the twirler’s positions.
Page 177 text:
LEADING THE GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB are its officers. Candy Laux, President; Lee Lynn Cox, Secretary; Sandy Melody, Treasurer; and Jane Partlow, Vice President. Officers Lead Rocky’s Girls’ Glee to Another Successful Year c Busily practicing for upcoming programs are the future members of the Glee Clubs, the Sophomore Chorus members. GIRLS’ GLEE CLUB 173
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