Catholic High Band Wins Fans Plaudits


Camden Courier-Post – February 12, 1938

Bugle Corps Also Scores in Appearances at City Court Games

Clad in natty green and white uniforms and led by a drum major who steps high, wide and handsome, the Camden Catholic High School Band has been winning loud applause from spectators at recent City Series basketball games.

No less dashing in appearance and performance are the 45 girls who comprise the bugle corps of Camden Catholic High and stride along in showman-like fashion under the leadership of Anne Leach, a senior, and her two assistant leaders, Marion Stanton and Dorothy Shaw.

Joseph Blake is the drum major who twirls his baton like an expert. The group have been trained by William Townsend.

Members of the band are: Dominic Forchetti, Joseph Dougherty, Fritz Rauscher. John Koster, Joseph Koster, John Marcotte, Paul Rosati, Henry Zawilla, Francis La Marro, Louis Di Maio, Peter Snyder, Edward Kilgariff, John Ciechon, Lloyd Hayney, Charles Shaw, Charles De Laney, Francis Bergbauer, Dominic Forchetti, Charles Morris, Leonard Wisniewski, Anthony Lubrant, Quintin Thompson, William Houwen, William Crowley, Henry Glodowski, Edwin Gale.

Members of the bugle corps Include: Betty Carr, Catherine Bauer, Teresa McCurdy, Eileen Barb, Frances Curran, Mildred Di Mio, Ruth Gore, Helena Grimley, Mary Kennery, Rita Maloney, Eleanor Marcotte, Veronica McFadden, Ursula Mecca, Catherine Auld, Barbara Beal, June Blake, Bertha Breitling, Margaret Clark, Margaret Corado, Vera Curtis, Alice Deegan, Jane Dickinson, Marie Forchetti, Marie Fredericks, Bernadine Fynes, Madeline Garwood, Carolyn Goff, Mildred Giberson, Frances Gorman, Lucille Hale, Catherine Joseph, Mary Larkin, Carolyn Lawmaster, Virginia Master, Elizabeth Miller, Catherine Mullen, Elizabeth Quirk, Mary Myers.


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