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Hard at work practicing for the sp mg music con
test at Yanlrtan was the clarinet quartette when
the picture was taken Those in the picture are
Pnsclla Gray first clar net Clara Jemk second
clarinet Ruth Tresler tlnrd clarinet and Natalia
Fladmark fourth clarinet
Ruth Tresler, playing a piano solo, "T he
Child Prodigy," with the band, was featured
at the first concert of the Canton High
Band, held in November. At the winter con-
cert in February, "The Three Bears," with
Shirley Habeger as narrator, was the high-
light. A third concert was given late in
March. The year's main event for the band
was the contest held in Yankton in April.
Various soloists and ensembles were en-
tered there with the band. Other appear-
ances through the year were at football
games homecoming program basketball
games-including Cantans first game in
the district tournament at Hurley Dlrec
tors of special activities were the band
board consisting of P Gray manager L
Brandhagen assistant manager E Grin
ager student conductor C .lervik libra
nan and M Bell assistant librarian
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BAN D PERSONN EL
Edna May Rohlf
Neva Zoe Hokenstad
Determined to make the best ol the early morning
hours, members of the Canton High Band have
gone to daily 8:00 A. M. practices since the be-
ginning at the school year. This enabled them to
do a good job at the many concerts and programs
in which they have appeared. This picture of the
band and its director was taken at one such re-
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Glee Club Contests
Climaxing the year's activities of the Girls' Glee Club was their entering the state
regional music contest held in Yankton in April. The sextette and soloists also repre-
sented Canton at this musical event. Other appearances of the group were at the
spring concert given by the vocal music department. Accompanists of vocal groups
were Monroe Bell, Ruth Tresler, and Elizabeth Grinager. Members chosen last fall as
officers were Lois Kauffman, president, and Elizabeth Grinager, secretary. Pictured
above from top to bottom, and left to right: R. Nelson, B. Hendrix, D. Sundvold, M.
Torberson, D. Ellis, D. Bell, D. Renner, Y. Barry, P. Gray, M. Matheson, l. Rolfson, Z.
Ekle, N. Fladmark, P. Scholten, l. Nelson, R. Tresler, A. Tuntland, C. Jervik, A. Cher-
rington, E. Stearns, D. Marken, S. Habeger, L. lngebritson, B. Strand, E. Grinager,
L. Marken, D. Ulrickson, L. Hauffman, P. Peavy, A. Tuntland, R. Thorson, L. Skelly,
J. Anderson, L. Stengel, B. Olson, M. Olson, B. Nelson, A. Oakland, L. Hanson, H.
Gilmore, D. Schwartz, R. Schwartz, L. Bakkene, E. Rohlf, H. Helgerson, H. Mickelson,
D. Ovre, W. Harbert, J. Hammer, G. Holcomb, and F. Ekle, Not pictured is M.
One of the most active organizations of the vocal
music department, having appeared before many
audiences such as assemblies, country school PTA'S,
Teacher's Institute, church groups and the Legion
Auxiliary at various times throughout the year, is
the girl's seltette pictured at the left. From left to
right, they ore Arlene Tuntland, Patty Peavy, Donna
Ulrickson, Lois Kauffman, Elizabeth Grinager, and
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