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First Row: Owen Baggett, XV. E, Gibson, Edgar Bradley, Ht-aron C'artled,s,'e, Grant Jones.
Hill Sanders, Abie Cohen, .lentry Holmes, A. M. Hinds, Bob Roberson, l'zlul Holmes, .Ian-lc King,
Murry VVilliams, Dick Owens, Charles Rogers, Morse Baniau, C. M. Snow, .lack Uonaway, li. 'I'.
Second Row: Edwin Jennings, Sammy XValdrop, Homer f'll2lDlll2lll,' Edgar Roberts, Mac-k
King, Billy Jo Amis, Harry Tompkins, Billy C. Holdcrness, James Day, D. U. Clark, .lerry
Culwell, XValter Vit-tor, James Hammett, Bobby Jay, Glenn Powers.
Third Row: Ralph Mills, Billy Middleton, Tommie Teal, James Caldwell, Larry Stint-hi-onib,
Marvin Grimes, S. R. Friedsan, James Sanders, Edward Moore, .loe Bettes, Boll Horton, XVilson
Holly, B. F. Person, VVarren Hubbard, Me-lton lleese.
Fourth Row: Ross L. Miller, Kenneth Day, Gerald Harbor, Earl Brown, Robert Owen,
Pender Stokes, Robert Gililland, Guy Kemper, Cayton Knox, Claude Stewart, Paul Clark, B. C.
Rogers, Gean Clark, C. V, XVOrk,
Fifth Row: Joe Steakley, Jimmy King, Grover Hall, Edell Moore, Arthur Arrant, Robert
Cook, Marshall Millsap, XVilliam Snow, .I. M. Arey, George Taylor, XV. D. Rhodes, Hal Pender.
RAYMOND T. BYNUM, ADVISER
HARRY TOMPKINS - President
ABIE COHEN - Vice-President
W. D. RHODES - Secretary
JACK KING - Librarian
GEORGE TAYLOR - - Reporter
OWEN BAGCETT - - Drum Major
ROBERT GILILLAND - - Sergeant-al-Arms
JERRY CULWELL - - - - - Sergeant-at-Arms
Purpose: To stimulate interest in instrumental music and to serve the school and
community in any possible Way.
Activities: The band played in assembly programs, at football games, Chamber
of Commerce programs, and special school sponsored programs. Members entered
contests at Hardin-Simmons University and at Lubbock.
Honors: First in marching and playing at the Hardin-Simmons contest April 10.
The Sweepstakes cup became a permanent possession as a result of these victories.