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M. H. S. BAND
The M. II. S. Band. just three years old, under the direction of Mr. XY. D.
llatlies, is experiencing its most successful season to date. Starting three years
ago with thirty-six members. this band has grown into a line marching band of
seventy-two playing members and four twirlers. This band was placed on the
field during football season, giving a large variety of drills and designs while
filling the stadium with music. K
From this band a concert band of approximately fifty members was selected
through an examination and trained for summer contest and concert work.
At the State Contest held at Johnson City, April eighteenth and nineteenth,
the Bl. H. S. Rand made a superior showing, winning over half of all first divi-
sions given. Ratings are as follows: Billy Peoples.I.: E. A. Poe, Jr., I.: Yaughtie
Piercy, I.: Louis Bean, I.: Robert Gilbert, I.: Hallene Bales, I.: a sextet includ-
ing Rebecca Sue Riggs, Vaughtie Piercy, Peggy Nlialter. Billy Peoples, Louis
llean, Elmo Ailshie, I.: a quintet composed of Rebecca Sue Riggs. Mildred
Gilbert. Robert Gilbert, Peggy XValter, Mary Frances Oney, Il.: Harold Miller.
Ill.: Anna Ray Gilmore, IV.: and the band getting a rating of II. which was
highest of all class B bands represented. Those with a rating of l. will attend
the National Contest in XVest Palm lieach. Florida.
This year the ll. H. S. liand, which is eligible to attend the National Con-
test. ltas chosen instead to play at the XYorld's. Fair in New York. VX-Ie think our
band should be the otiicial band, not only for our High Sc-hool. but also for the
state of Tennessee.
Page 53 text:
' i SCREWBALL CLUB
Lynn Sheeley. -lr.
Lyman Smith, Ir.
Although the newly organized "Screwball Club" is -small in number, it is
quite large in the aims these lovely young gentlemen set as their goals. Through
their long and hard labors, these earnest boys, in their love for the club, have
given every etfort to attain their EIl11lJltlOllSf?5. Each boy has consentrated fully
on this new work which is now being carried on. VVe are sure that in the future
this assemblage of dear, sweet, wholesome young lads will carry on their un-
finished t-asksf Fl.
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ick Lane. Betty XYill P0l'tl'llll'l, Mary Louise Elkins, Esther Ilornei'
jack Kreis, and john XVilliz1ms
Virginia Aim Taylor. Milmlrcd Gzlrrctt. llallcnc Bzllcs
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