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The 1956-57 marching band season began on
August 27 with our director, Mr. Sellman, and our
new majorette, Karen Anderson. We performed be-
tween the half of our first home football game
which was on September lh.
The annual Football Jamboree was held Sept.l7
with seven bands participating. The bands marched
from the courthouse to the football field. Each
played d1et'school song,when they were introduced.
The numbers the seven bands played were: nThe
Iowa Band Law,n nImperial,n and the nStar Spangled
we held our annual homecoming September 28.
The numbers we played during half time were: nln
My Merry Oldsmobi1e,n nSmiles,n 'The School Song,u
At the Manson game on October 12, we, led by
Karen Anderson, did our contest routines.
On October 13 at oneo'clock the band left the
school house by bus for Sac City, and performed
our marching routines shortly after we arrived.
The band received a III rating.
On October 22 our marching band together with
bands from Albert City and Rolfe marched from the
courthouseto the speakers stand for the dedication
of Highway 3.
The last performance of the marching band was
at the Lake City football game on October 31,
This was the last time that six seniors marched.
They were: Gary Braley, Kenneth Anderson, Allan
Frevert, Ruth Niemand, Irene Vosberg, and Berniece