High School (17 Nov. 1938)
Contact: Marsha Hosfeld
Surnames: Goldberg, Folstad, Kelsey, Nelson, Thompson, Sybeldon, Busch, Kocian, Green, Reeves, Keller, Moore, Pascoe, Johnson, Stelzel, Jolivette (Jollivette), Hinke, Mueller, Mateofsky, Bobbe, Berger, Miller
----Source: ABBOTSFORD TRIBUNE (Abbotsford, Clark Co., WI) 17 NOV 1938
HIGH SCHOOL BAND GIVES CONCERT
Members of the High School Band were presented in a concert by their director, Ben Goldberg, at the Armory, Saturday evening. A fine following turned out for the hour concert. The following program was given in a finished manner:
Hall of Fame - Concert March - J. Olivadoti
O Light of Life - Chorale - D. S. Bortniansky
Victory - Overture - O. Taylor
Cornet Trio - Clarence Nelson, Maurice Thompson, Betty Kelsey
Three of a Kind - Buchtel
Three Charms - Buchtel
Accompanied at the piano by Mrs. A. J. Folstad
Valedictorian - March - E. Weber
Will You Remember - from "Maytime" - S. Romberg
Tango De Armor - J. Olivadoti
Honor Band - March - E. Weber
Princess of the Sun - Overture - C. W. Bennet
Chalma - Waltz - H. Bennet
Track Team - March - Ed Chenette
Dream Ship - E. Delamater
Comet - March - J. Olivadoti
Military Escort - March - H. Bennet
A dance with music by Emil and his band followed. The turkey which had been on display during the afternoon was awarded to Norman Miller.
The entire project was sponsored by the Band and Glee Club Parent Associations with proceeds going for band uniforms and band and glee club activities.
The band is composed of the following members and instruments:
Cornet: Betty Kelsey, Clarence Nelson, Morris Thompson, Juanita Sybeldon, Vivian Busch, Adeline Kocian.
Trombone: Shirley Green, Jack Kelsey.
Baritone Horn: Gerry Reeves.
Melophone: Lorraine Keller, Bonnie Moore, Beverly Pascoe.
Flute: Elaine Johnson.
Baritone Saxaphone: Verna Stelzel.
Alto Saxaphone: June Jolivette, Beulah Hinke.
Tenor Saxaphone: Doris Johnson.
Snare Drums and Bells: Art Jollivette.
Bass Drum: Clarence Hoeft.
Clarinet: Doris Kelsey, Richard Jollivette, Verna Mueller, Nila Mateofsky, Vangel Bobbe.
Cymbals: Eva Berger.
Sousaphone: Margaret Berger.
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