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Page 67 text:
Our Melody Makers
The orchestra practiced diligently . . . playing during intermissions for
class plays and operettas . . . worrying with formal skirts while trying to
play . . . practicing the last, long hour sixth period before the final bell . . .
running over the scale until it nearly drove them crazy . . . and how faithful
both the band and orchestra were as they successfully provided music for all
types of occasions.
Farewell adieu to seniors Herbert Korra, Joe Hawthorne, Shirley Marschke,
Frank Gates, and Ralph Robertson.
Page 66 text:
Life Uf The Faithful Tooters
The band was always loyal as it played at ball games and pep sessions
under direction of Mr. Warble. Remember the practice during fifth
period every day . . . the rush to put instruments away before the bell . . .
the attempt to follow information at ball games . . . the problem of beating
time . . . the hot, stiff uniforms . . . the dreaded solo and ensemble con-
tests . . . the hard work and the long practices before concerts? We will
never forget our conscientious band.
Seniors leaving the band are Joe Hawthorne, Herbert Korra, Shirley
Marschke, James Fritz, Frank Gates, and Ralph Robertson.
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Our Songbirds That Sang Us To Victory!
There were no sour notes for these eighteen pupils. They are Carol Jackson,
Joann Marksbury, Mildred Ackerman, Joyce Ulrey, Nancy Webb, Molly
Robinson, Shirley Reed, Shirley Calaway, Jody Haines, Margie Christie,
Marvin Chilton, Evelyn Carpenter, Mary Lou Trotter.
Each year there are district contests held in which any musical student
may participate. Pupils from all over the state gather to compete with each
other in their district. lt is an honor for any student to be awarded a metal
for first place. Although the nervousness practically gets the participants
down, the award and the fun and excitement make it a worth while affair.
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