Bobbie Sherman, Kingsport Times-News, TN, 9 May 1971, p. 72.
Â· Sevier Arts "* Â· '-j Festival ,. Itn *udÂ«nu Â«t John Swttr JunJcrHlghr.wnUyheJdm.tr,. Annual Fin,- Aiti Fwtival, Â·poo wed by to art and choral music. departaMnti, . Over 1M ttudchtt exhibited their work In the arti and crafts dlapliy. on wthlbtt were pottery, ceramic*,' ' ollÂ« watercolori, mixed media, and collage*, . ' About 130 student! in the seventh grade chorus, 85 In the Â· eighth and 70 in the ninth grade .Sevier Singers, prewoted the music program. The combined chorus opened the show wjft "Schooldays" and "it's A Small. World." The seventh grade group then took over the stage, with special parts taken by Andrea Davlsoh, Leu Pease, Jimmy Peters, Chess Adams, Laura Norrls Elizabeth Jackson, Jo Lawson and Jenny Jinks. Special parts in the eighth grade chorus were sung by Nancy Coe, : Julia Simpson, Barbara Phlegar, William Hale, Mike Klnnalrd, Paul Rector, Denise Splyey, Darby Ratcllff, Reba Goodwin, Robert Banner, Gary Heller and David Borders. The Sevier Singers Rock Band, composed of Greg Clark, Mark Toohey. and Marty Huntoon played some of their original selections. The Seyier Singers presented the las.t part of the show with "Hi, Neighbor," with dancer's Becky Tiller and Bobble Sherman, "Love Story," "Jean," "Feelin' Groovy" and several other songs. The soloists in the "South Pacific" scene 'were Cindy Fuller, .Christy Jinks, Bobbi Sherman, Jenny McCall, Coleman Step out in ifyle with this comfortable casual b y . . . Moore, Mark Toohey and Danny Rosenbaum. Accompanists Accompanists for the program were Mrs. Peggy Luttrell and Leslie Luttrell. Button Holder When you cut buttons off old garments, use a needle and thread to string them. Makes for easy location of matched sets when the need arises.