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First Row, left to right: Robert Clever-A', Garnet Ott-A, Ralph Ott-A, Gerald Foosc-A, XVilliam Parr-A,
XVilliam Hykes-B, Fred Shriner-A, Paul Karper-A, Jack Tritt-A, Arthur lircehhill-A.
Second ltow: Joan Kuhn-A, Joyce Kuhn-S, Patsy Flora-S, Patsy Naugle-S, Mary Lec Sulteeoole-A, Sandra
ltohinson-S, Catherine Pyne-S, Joyce Hershey-A, Patsy lieidel-A, Peggy Smith-S, Delores lthone-S,
Doris lishelman-S, .lane Bard-S, Verna Vaughn-S.
Third How: Patsy Hippensteel-S, Delores Deihl-S, Ellen Gleim-S, Josephine Sell-S, Virginia liurkholder-S,
Alma Gruver-A, Betty Gipe-A, .loan lteeve-accompanist, Janet Swartz-S, lietty Glessner-S, Janet
l"inl'ev S Anna Kramer -X lill l'l'1ndshew-A liettv Kr'11ner--X 'Vltlrvti ltol' ' --X B'tt ' ft '-S
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1:0111-tlx ltow: .loan Mathna-A, Ann Lane-A, Loretta Shanahrook-A, Fay XVehh-A, Judy Hall-S, Ann Miller-A,
Jean Highlands-S, Sylvia Stake-A, .loan Highlands-A.
Fifth Row: Mrs. Blanche Hale, director, Shirley Hill-A, Lois Dysert-S, Yvonne liurkhart-S, Lucy Maclay-S,
Maude Helm-S, Don11a Jackson-A, Marian Gruver-A, Lillian Gleim-S, Mable Mitchell-A, Maxine
Hancock-S, Sandra Jackson-S, Geraldine liosserman-S, Gladys llcese-S, Joyce XVIHITCII-A, Cynthia
Sixth ltow: Lee Chamberlain-A, Helen Appleby-S, Jacqueline Koontz-A, Mary Russell-S, Martha McDonald-
S, Ann Hosfeld-S, James Miller-'l', Donna Mooney-S, Peggy Latshaugh-A, Patsy Sowers-A, Paula
Ewan-S, Joan Lewis-S, Betty Montague-S, lliehard tSpitko-A, James Brunner-A.
ltlemhers not included on the picture are: Charles Saylor-A, David Borneisen-A, James Hopkins-A, Doro-
thy Etter-S, Ruth Gontz-S, Patsy lthine-S, Joyce Garman-S, Joan Shank-S.
'A-alto B-bass S-soprano 'l'-tenor
Junior High School Chorus
The junior High School Chorus had a very
interesting and profitable year. lt was organized
with a membership of eighty-four students and
met every Tuesday and Thursday during activity
The purposes of the club were to give its
members more practice in reading and interpret-
ing music, to develop the art of group singing,
and to help members with better appreciation
and understanding of good music. In order to
accomplish these purposes, the group sang all
kinds of music. It participated in the annual
Christmas assembly program which was given on
the afternoon of December 19. On this program
the chorus sang a number of appropriate sacred
numbers and combined with the Senior High
School Chorus to sing a round, "Dona Nobis
Several outstanding members of the junior
group also belonged to the Senior High School
Chorus and participated in the annual operetta.
These were James Miller, Jo Kling, and james
Mrs. Blanche Hale directed the junior High
School Chorus and Joan Reeve was the accom-
Senior High School Chorus
The Senior High School Chorus, under the
direction of Mrs. Blanche Hale, participated in
various programs during the year. Two of these
included the "Town Meeting," sponsored by the
Civic Club, and the Youth Vesper Service which
was held at the M. United Brethren Church.
For the animal Christmas program several sacred
songs were sung and a pageant, "Christ Jesus,"
was presented. This pageant was directed by Mr.
Kenneth Rineard. Several novel Christmas songs
were sung to conclude the program.
Three seniors-Betty Swanger, Charlotte
Kling, and Richard Metz-took part in the district
chorus festival which was held at Duncannon. A
group of one hundred twenty-eight students, in-
cluding approximately twenty from our own
chorus, presented the county chorus festival con-
cert in Shippensburg. The members of the Senior
High Chorus entertained members of this group
at their homes. Charlotte Kling represented the
choral group at the annual all-state chorus.
The operetta for the year, "Meet Arizona,"
was presented by the chorus in co-operation with
the Thespians and the Vocational Department.
Officers elected last year were Shirley Mulder.
presidentg Lloyd Burkholder, vice-presidentg Rich-
ard Metz, secretary-treasurerg and Williiiin Bor-
neisen and Lee Lautsbaugh, librarians. Helen
Louise Hykes was the accompanist.
First Row. lel't to right: Lois lleherlig-S, .lean Staver-S, Mary Lou lieitlel-A. llelene Luhrs-S, .lane llopkins-
S, Lois Shank-A. Mary Catherine Smyth-S, Charlotte liling-S, Iluth Durll'-S, Dorothy M. liowers-S,
.lane .Xllenian-A, Anne Means-A, Sarnjane Angle-S, Gail liohr-A.
Seeontl How: Doris Frey-S. June lieitlel-A, Naney Thrush-A. Dorothy Allison-A. lletty Swanger-A. Gloria
Mowery-A, Naney XVatson-S, Delores Varner-S. Mary Catherine liielielherger-S, Peggy tloy-S, Pal
Gill-S, Joanne lfrehn-S, Shirley Mulder-A, Yvonne llader-A, llilyllllbllll Mowery-li.
'l'hirtl ltow: .lanies llunter-T, .lalnes Keating-li, Melha Forrester-A, lit-tty Mangle-A, Lois XVarren-A. liarhara
Miller-S. Genevieve Smith-S, llelen Louise llykes, aeeoinpanist. Nancy Cable-.-X, Dorothy AINlI't'XVSe
S. l"aye Mitchell-S, Patsy Swartz-S, lliehard Metz-IS, Leland Diehl-Ii. .lay ll. Myers-'l'.
lfonrth How: Mrs. Iilanehe llale. director: 'Vliomas Everett-Ii. llowarcl lioelt-'l', tlonslanee Miller-S.
l"il'lh lion: llenry Lnhrs-li, liaynlontl Green-'l'. Lloyd liurkholtler-'l', .lay V. Myers-li, NVilliani llorneisen-li,
Lee Lautshangll-li, XVilliain l.elierluiigl1t-li, llohert l'arr-'l'. Paul Valentine-ll. Alton lless-'l'. Daniel
lil't'llIll'IlI2lIl-li. Clarence Cramer-li, Merton lloeltwell-li, Leroy lloekenherry-li.
'A-alto IS-hass S-soprano 'I'-tenor
l'11g14' Si.rly-sem n
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