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Page 180 text:
Harmony Is Exemplified by Girls’ Glee Club THE PARTICIPANTS OF Girls Glee are - FIRST ROW: Debbie Frank, Jean Clark, Barb Smith, Ava Anderson, Helen Egg ers, Nancy Race, Sharon Toney, Marilyn Hays- lett, Toni Sellers, Rosalyn Smith, Gayle Eshelman, Ther- essa Gregx ry, Jean Falkenburg , and Connie Clain. SEC- The Girls’ Glee Club is composed of jun¬ ior and senior g’irls who like to sing and who have an interest in improving their singing ability. Under the experienced supervision of Mr. Murray Osborn, the girls practiced musical skill such as breath control and reading musical notes. Meeting everyday during the sixth period, the girls chose se¬ OND ROW: Jane McElroy, Ida Dunn, Linda Hackwith, Nea Jacson, Helen Lampkin, Linda Walton, Toni Smith, Vera Poe, Lillian Davis, Belinda Beal, Jo Lindblom, Don¬ na Cook, Jackie Stewart, Linda Billing ' s, and Barb Ford. lections that would be appropriate for their programs and then practiced them to per¬ fection. They presented their work to the stu¬ dent body and to the public at various con¬ certs, assemblies, and programs. The Glee Club also contributed their part to the Christ¬ mas festivities when they joined the Senior Glee Club to carol in the halls during school. HEADING THE ACTIVITIES of the Girls’ Glee are its officers, from the top: Debbie Frank, Toni Sellers, Jackie Stewart and Connie Clain. 176 Girls Glee
Page 179 text:
Glee Groups Entertain at Assemblies, Concerts An important facet of the music depart¬ ment at Rock Island Hig-h School is the Chamber Choir. This year sixteen vocalists met every day during second period in the band room where they were occasionally accompanied by the dance band. These stu¬ dents’ voices complemented each others’, in spite of the fact that only three had had previous experience with the g roup. Daily practices prepared them for their many per¬ formances. Besides sing-ing in assemblies, they entertained the Modern Woodman employees at their Christmas party. The Chamber Choir also presented a concert for a local boys home and their annual spring program consisting entirely of chamber music. Previously lacking uniformity of dress, the Chamber Choir broke tradition by ac¬ quiring navy blazers. The jackets featured special insignias for this group. Two other special ensembles were the boy’s octet and the girls trio. They, too, performed in several programs and ex¬ change assemblies. “It’s C-Sharp, not C-Natural!’’ corrects Choral Director Murray Osborn. MAKING UP THE BOY’S Octet are from left; Larry Findley, Jim Taylor. Jim Burgress. Bill Newton. Chuck Steffen Gresr Ing old, Ron Nelson, and Chris Stubbart. ’ Senior Glee 175
Page 181 text:
MEMBERS OF ROCKY’S concert orchestra are. FRONT ROW: Michelle Demps. Ron Perkins, and Sandy Tag-g-art. SECOND ROW: Shari Weidenhoft. Mike Swim Charlie Overton. Greg Gillette. Steve Barns, and Gary Newberry. BACK ROW: L.T. Eckles, Steve Austin. Ken Williams, and Mike Brozovich. Concerts, Assemblies Are Orchestra Agenda FRONT ROW: Jane Wilson, Gene Desavou- ret, and Pam Mettee. SECOND ROW Helen Rogrers, Debbie McMasters. Mr. McDowell Ginny Fumstenau, Sue Barker, and Linda Schafer. BACK ROW: Mickee Bacon. Diane ng eld. Kember Cook. Ron Nelson, and Russ Zeroth. Ke C? SS IS?Ke™?Sy. an 5y?ag rt° Dfen Williams. Jane Wilson. Orchestra 177
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