The first programme opened with Drum Majorette
, by Arnold Stock.
On April 10, 1987, the Princess of Wales (https://www.harpersbazaar.com/celebrity/a26785191/meghan-markle-commonwealth-day-princess-diana-kate-middleton/) donned a white suit designed by Catherine Walker that featured drum majorette
gold frogging and epaulets.
inside her, it tickled, it kicked like a drum majorette
And for those who held a burning desire to be a drum majorette
, what better way to practice your baton skills than with an empty Domestos bottle stuck on the end of a broom stick!
HONLEY Drum Majorette
's longest serving member, Debbie Wand, shows off trophies and mascot at the troop's annual presentation evening.
Eleanor Buck was the first drum majorette
, followed by Sandra Kennedy -- the baton twirlers came a little bit later.
Pendleton, a drum majorette
, had recently performed during Obama's inauguration in Washington and the slaying happened about a mile (1.6 kilometers) from his Chicago home.
Among the cityscapes and signage is a drive-in waitress decked out as a drum majorette
walking with a tray of milk shakes.
I took piano, singing and dancing lessons, was a drum majorette
, acted in plays.
Unimpressed by Gadget's initial missteps, city leaders commission a new and improved robocop, G2 (Elaine Hendrix in drum majorette
attire), to take over the case.
She may not be the drum majorette
in the pride parade, may not be willing to be the poster child for all things gay, and may have other priorities in her life--but I don't believe she has acted in a cynical or selfserving way.
World-weary Mary Naylor was as proud as any mother can get when her young daughter paraded in her new drum majorette