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This year the Music Department has had a very successful year. A great
deal of talent has been discovered and is now being developed.
In the fall, a group of the chorus and orchestra were selected to sing in the
li. T. E. A. in Knoxville along with the three hundred other students from East
Tennessee high schools. This group, together with thirty others of the most
interested members of the chorus, formed the A. C. A. C. Club which gave,
throughout the year, several programs which were at L. M. U., -the Kiwanis Club,
the Rotary Club, and a formal program at the First Methodist Church in Mor-
ristown. The club also entered the Choral contest at Knoxville this spring at
the L'niversity. Ufticers were: Addie Mae l.ong--President: R. G. Allen-Yice-
President: llelen Grubb-Secretary: Edward Harris-Treasurer.
The choral class of ninety students have also been very busy during the
year. Besides giving several programs in chapel, the entire chorus presented a
miustrel at the Carnival, staged the very successful operetta. "Tulip Time," and
attended the liast Tennessee Music Festival at Johnson City.
.-X great help to the Music Department this yezuiiinancially was the Stephen
lfoster play. "lVeep No More My l.-ady." presented by outstanding citizens of
lvlorristown, together with the Chorus and Orchestra. After playing to a large
enthusiastic audience in Morristown, the play was presented to a large crowd at
the high school in Newport.
The all-school Carnival held in the High School building, February twenty-
ihird, was a trentendous success. .-Xlmost one thousand people came, spent money
freely and enjoyed a hilarious evening. lt was opened with a "bang" by the
Chorus and Orchestra presenting a Minstrel Show. Each P. T. .-X. in Morris-
town presented some form of entertainment, such as: from Junior High, faculty
basketball game, bingo, and a floorshowg from Sherwood School, photograph gal-
lery, "Spidora." and a candy booth: from Rose School, advertising display. freak
show. and refreshments: from Robertis School, fish pond, a, candy booth, and a
bazaar: from lligh Schoolia cake walk, a lunch counter, and a moving picture.
All schools made a profit of three lmndred fifty dollars.
The Orchestra -this year with a membership of forty-five is the largest we
have had in the history ofthe high school. It has played for all the indoor
programs held in the high school during the year. The Orchestra accompanied
the Chorus to L. M. U. and gave a very interesting program.
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l i "TULIP TIME"
This year in the operetta. which was an overwhelming' success, we journeyed
to the heantiful tulip land of l9lolland with a group of American botanical students.
'l'-here we were fascinated onlookers while two of the -students, Ned and Dick,
fell in love with two charming Dutch maidens, Christina and liatinka. Even
lovely Anna captured the dignified, educated Prof. McSpindle who was later to
he mistaken for a tulip thief and arrested. To our delight theipieturesque Dutch
villagers sang and danced for us, accompanied by the orchestra which played
exceptionally well. ln the end everything' turned out happily, and we regretfully
took our leave with a feeling- that om' time had not been foolishly spent. D
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