Rock Island High School - Watchtower Yearbook (Rock Island, IL)

 - Class of 1979

Page 181 of 232

 

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Page 181 text:

Girl’s Glee officers are Angie Bennet. Treasurer; Jane Carlson. Vice Presi¬ dent; Sue Lundholm. Secretary; Betsy Clark. Librarian, and Daneice Leigh. President. The girls’ glee which consists of only seventeen members takes an active part in the mu¬ sic program. With the other Rocky choruses, the girls have performed at area banks and school assemblies. The sound of these feminine voices adds to the quality of the whole vocal program, and in general, brightens school spirit. ROW 1: J. Martin. N Burkert, and Mr Maurus. ROW 2; J. Carlson. S. Somers. C. Huber. R. Rowland, and S. Brooks. ROW 3: L. Cotton. B Watkins. S. Lund¬ holm. K. Ward, and A Bennett. ROW 4 M Hinds. L. Avery. B. Clark. D. Leigh. A new addition to Rocky ' s musical program is the barber¬ shop chorus. Practicing after school, the four-part harmony (consisting of tenors, leads, baritones, and bases) found that singing “old songs” was not bad at all. Barbershop singing is with¬ out the benefit of accompani¬ ment. Each voice is indepen¬ dent of the others, but must blend into close harmony. The Barbershoppers have per¬ formed for civic events, church events and school assemblies. Although barbershopping is normally a male function, girls were invited to participate this year. ROW 1: B. Fowler. D. Galex, D. McDan¬ iel. S. Robertson, J. Klatt. and I N Weeks. ROW 2: R. Montgomery, T. Munson, J. Needham, B Hunecke. B Anderson, D. Atkinson. D. Hensley. E. Bannas, S. Galusha, and R Blomberg.

Page 180 text:

Music — music fills ROW 1: Wanda Estell. Scott Robertson. ROW 2: Greg Nelson. Julie Hynd. and Linda Tobin. Mixed Chorus which consists mainly of sophomores, per¬ forms with Rocky’s other cho¬ ral groups, who together pro¬ vide worthwhile entertainment for not only those connected with the school, but for the community as well. This organization is the “feeder” group for the other performing groups. During the year, they will try out for next year’s concert and chamber choirs. ROW 1: Michele Kulp. Lisa Milefcnick. and Kathy Leckbee. ROW 2: Julie Hynd. Linda Tobin. Jane Wilhelm, and Bridget Braid. ROW 3: Charlotte Schuler. Theresa Watkins. Michelle Wi- senburg. and Patricia Moore. ROW 4: Sandy Angel. Robert Kinnan. Scott Robertson. Bryan Fowler. Verdell Phil¬ lips. Jane Carlson. Tammy Davidson. Kimerly Brusmer. and Deloris Rock ROW 5: Greg Nelson. John Klatt. Rod Simmer. Joe Needham. Kris Pickens. Carrie Aguon, Lisa Kelley. Wanda Estell. Kathy Ervin. Kathy Overton, and Lisa Schlenker. 176



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there ' s a song in their hearts Marcy Baker. Cathi Newcomb. Debbie Newcomb and Debbie Galex show with music a typical family attitude. Pianist Denise McDaniel. ROW 1: D. Leigh, T. Seitz, L. Tucker. M. Sebben. J. Gluck. T. Castle. C. Quirk. D Requet. S. Voss. C Newcomb. K. Troll. D Miller. L. Pirch. L. Lear. M. Race. ROW 2: D. Galex. K. Christensen. K Kindschuh. B. Bahnks, S. Vinson. J. Carlson. M Ba¬ ker. S. Tobin. A. Martin. A. Snowden. S. McNamara. D. Benham. D. Erickson. D Newcomb. ROW 3: Mr Maurus. R. Montgomery. E Fuller. D Sebben. B Tucker. J. Bulens. D Newberry Sarah Vinson sings with confidence. One group of musically tal¬ ented Rocks who are constant¬ ly on the move is the concert choir. For the state contest re¬ hearsing gives an incentive to work hard. This larger group consists of mostly juniors and senior stu¬ dents. They perform in Fall and Spring concerts, Christmas as¬ sembly and many of the mem¬ bers were a part of the Spring musical. Music 178

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