Southern York County Male Chorus in 55th Year (Ray Jones)

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Chorus In Southern York County Male Chorus, now in its 55th year, is the oldest continuous male chorus in York County, having been started in 1921 as the Highmount Boys directed by the late Latimer C. Stein of Red Lion. The group, directed now by Ray Jones and James Runkle, never makes a charge for its services. Old fashioned songs are featured in its programs. Those in the picture are, from left: First row. The Rev. Theodore Gould, Mervin Gohn, Harry Hendrix, Ephriam Sheffer, Albert Reinecke, the Rev. Robert Kahler, Earl Thoman and Frank Runkle; second row, George Snyder, Kenneth Gohn, Murtice Masemer, Norman Barshinger, Charles Brenneman. Perry Dietz, James Runkle and John Daugherty; third row, Preston Gantz, Donald Haugh, Ray Jones, Raymond Workinger, Dale Gladfelter, Robert Marshall, Luther Gohn and Eugene Smeltzer; fourth row, Irma Gainer and Ophelia Shaull, accompanists, and Ruth Marshall, narrator and coordinator. Not present for the picture picture w as Luther Shaull. 55th Year

Clipped from York Daily Record09 Jul 1976, FriPage 6

York Daily Record (York, Pennsylvania)09 Jul 1976, FriPage 6
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