Robert Zubik -- REL High School Choir
March J 8 t (965 Newly Organized Robert E. Lee High Choir Has Busy Schedule A busy schedule is in store for the nrwly organized Boys Choir of Robert £. Los Hiijh School. The choir will present a program every other week, Director Jerry Forderhrise said. A uor- *ormance is scheduled Anr'i 2 al Carver High School. The "choir Hishlands Jun - n ,, EvC ' r £u M ° n <iay night and everyThursday afternoon after school yre the rehearsal dates for the new choir. Officers are Jim Young, president; Ecbby Davis, vice president;' Bill Tucker, reporter; and Bobby Herndon, secretary.treas- urer. Section leaders are Teddy Purdy, first tenor; Tommy Laird, second tenor; Thomas MoFatrid^e, first bass; and Paul Worley. second boss. Other choir members include John Bull, Herbie Read, Weidor Halton, Steve Adams. Ray Ripkowski. Larry Cryer, James Williams, Keith Mullens. Lee Cashat, Larry Sanders, Dennis Williams, Jerry Schima, Jack Trisy. Danny McHugh, Paul Witt. Melton Wood, Ray Isabel), Hal Ferris, Charles Dahlby, Gary .Sunders, Kenny Mangum, Jesse Lorecio, Fonny Foot, Jimmy Hrabin.7. Charles Martinez, Tommy Greer, John Youn^, Gary Burroughs, Randy Smith, Stephen Wnrford, Gene Hale, Steve Fat'.lkner. Also, Mike Murphy, Tommy Clanton, John Belt, James Rodger?, George Hanson, David V/ilks, Robert Grochoske, Eddie Hcintschel. Larkin Smith, Rex Hare, Lawford Anderson, Perry DuBosc. Meivin Istre, David Hiebert, Larry Peterson, Mike Center, Mike Rogers, Steve McCaleb, Tommy Robbins. Also, Richard Carr, Ben Broussard, Robert Zubik, Tom- my Sanders, David Brpussard, Ed Pendleton, David Massey, Woody Eutier, Harvey. Day, Lan Williams, Daniel Brown, Mike Luwhon, Fred Lemley, Charlie Liggett, Ray Chandler, Rodney Calk, Jeff Miller, Leroy Krol- czyft, Drew Staples. Jay AUston, Bill Hanna, Ronnie DeHoyos, Larry Russell, Gary Lux, Herbie Thomas, Stephen Lusk. Phillip Jackson, Tommy Paulsel and Roger Ward.