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Page 13 text:
Back row: B. Risewick. llcllullen, Wendell, Graham, Hagel, H. Snith,
Spitzenberger, Jury, Hildebrand., Ibrkast
Middle row: Mrs. Jury, ll. Risewick, Hanson, L. Mayer, Harman, Ulmer,
V. Meyer, Heerman, Miss Robertson
Front row: Malven, Schlaht, Briese, lby, Hinken, Carroll, Painter,
Kortmeyer, D. Snith
The glee club, under the direction of Katherine M. Jury, eang at
the dedication of the new higx school building and at the Christmas
program. Elhe club also took part in the Winner spring festival and
entered the district music contest, where they performed very credit-
ably. The girls also appeared at Baccalaureate and Commencement.
The club consists of twenty-eigmt girls, talnen from all the four
classes. This is the largest group after elimination that has ever
represented Burke High School.
In llalven, a manber of the club, entered the soprano solo divi-
eion of the music contest at Geddes.
Page 12 text:
Fourth row: D. Matson, Junior Ticknor, Aaseth, Gilkerson, Quinn,
E. Smith, Zutz, D. Swartz, B. Spitzenberger, Backers,
Third row: Mr. Holleman, Benson, Jeanette Ticknor, E. Spitzenber-
ger, N. Smith, Crandall, M. Risewick, D. Lutt, Hinken,
B. Swartz, H. Risewick, Young, Kortmeyer, McMullen
Second row: Ierson, D. Smith, V. Schlaht, L. Ticknor, Sharp, Wenf
dell, H. Smith, Osnes, M. Schlaht, Mayer, Malven
First row: K. Matson, Lewis, P. Lutt, Klufa
The Burke High School band, under Mr. Holleman's able supervision,
has made wonderful progress during the last two years, until it is now
one of the best bands in the Rosebud.
Because it is lacking in sufficient numbers to compete with the
higher class bands, it did not enter the music contest this year, but
took part in the music festival at Winner. Uniforms in the school
colors were purchased for the band this year.
Of the beginners' band, twenty members made such progress during
the year that they were added to the membership of the advanced band
for the music festival and local concert. .
James Gilksrson received a rating of Uexcellentn in trombone solo
in the district music contest, while Dean Matson rated ngoodu in cornlt
Page 14 text:
Briese, Hildebrand, Jury
Under the direction of Mrs. Jury, the trio, consisting of Dor-
tha Briese, soprano, Rosella Hildebrand, second soprano, and Betty
Jury, contralto, has had a very successful season. The trio sang
on various occasions furing the school year and received a rating of
ugoodn in the district music contest.
Ccont'd from page 7-U
joined as sophomores, bringing the number to 32.
In the sophomore year of this grou , Betty Jury served as pres-
ident, and Doroth Harman as secretary-treasurer, with Mr. Debbie
Again during this year several dropped out and some new stu?
dents Joined, so that as juniors this group had 25 members. Hazel
Risewick was elected president, Edmund George vice-president, Luella
Leatherman secretary, and Marie McMullen treasurer. Mr. Holleman
sponsored this class.
During their senior year, the group elected Neta Smith presi-
dent, Dorothy Harman vice-president, and Luella Leatherman secretaf
ry-treasurer. With Mr. Hebert as sponsor, the class of 1938 was ac-
tive in all school functions. They presented NElmern, a one-act
comedy, in the band program, and nMill of the Godeu, a dramatic play
in three acts, as their senior play.
They have been an industrious and loyal group, and their in-
structors and schoolmates see them leave Burke High School with as
much sadness as the seniors themselves feel at leaving behind them
the happiest four years of their lives.
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