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Page 36 text:
Chorus Entertains at School Programs The seventh and eighth grade chorus members en- joy singing and trying new music. This group is not really large but each member contributes his talent. Throughout the past school year, the Franklin chorus has presented many very interesting programs. The chorus is com- posed of eighth and ninth grade students. The director of the chorus, Miss Fleming, has spent many long hours selecting music that would please students, teachers and par- ents. The chorus meets to practice every other day in the regular school day. However, when the chorus was getting ready for the Thanks- giving and Christmas programs ,they came to school early so that they could have more practice time. This extra time spent certainly showed up in their excellent performances. The seventh and eighth grade chorus also under the direction of Miss Fleming has been busy this year. They have selected inter- esting songs to sing for their enjoyment. This group also performed at the Christmas program and did an excellent job. This group meets every week. Some of them sing for enjoyment while others are preparing for the ninth grade chorus. The Chorus has worked hard this year in preparing and presenting programs for the school. The present ninth grade students will miss presenting programs to the student body next year. They have had good experiences in performing before groups with this year ' s program of school musical programs. -
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Musicians Who Present Excellent Programs The Chief band purpose is to perform at the basket- ball games. The members of this band enjoy playing in this group. They feel that they are doing their share in supporting their team. lent music was heard at basketball games, assem- blies, and concerts. Many of the Franklin students are mem- bers of the three musical groups pictured on this page: The band, the orchestra and the Chief band. Each of these groups plays for the different events that the school has. The student body, along with the faculty and parents of Franklin, greatly appreciate their activities which add a large measure of enjoyment to programs at Franklin. The members of the instrumental groups are not required to take private lessons, but many of them do take time after school to take lessons. In this way, they become more accomplished musicians which aids them as instrumentalists and also improves the qual- ity of the music of the band. A great deal of credit should be given to the director of these three organizations, Mr. Hopkins. He spends many hours ar- ranging music, giving lessons and practicing with the groups. 27
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[he Dance Band is a new group that has been Drmed this year. They practice after school and at ime work on several different kinds of ararnge- ments. This band gives the students the oportunity to work on some of the dance and pop music that they would not ordinarily be able to do. $mall Groups Add Enjoyment To Assemblies ' he sextet met once a week after school with Miss ' leming. The girls ' sextet performed in many of he programs given for the students of Franklin . The octet, eighth and ninth grade boys, meets once a week after school with Miss Fleming. They work very hard on perfecting their skills of singing. 29
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