North Central High School, Spokane, Washington Band 1925

North Central High School, Spokane, Washington Band 1925

Director - Lowell C. Bradford

Solo Cornets— Edwin Curtis, Edward Haynes, Harleigh Lines, Joe Pearson, David Kaye, Victor Schatz, Lawrance Thompson; First Cornets— John Huneke, Lewis Stevens, Russell Acton, Chester Griffith; Second Cornets— Fred Stejer, Gene Balch, Bill Ross, Franklin Jacobs, Merton Poole; Third Cornets— Arthur Becker, Joe Monk, Charles Hulick, John Cox, Colwyn Jones, Clifton Holm;

Piccolo—Ronald Rice, Don Bonser; First Clarinets— Elmer Anderberg, Lawrance Lewis, Richard McBroom, Sam Knight, George Sander; Second Clarinets— Leslie Fleming, Elliot Joyner, Horton McLucas, Cottrell Henry; Third Clarinets —Gilbert Schade, Russell Hickey, Leonard Johnson;

Soprano Saxophones— George Fleming, Walter McLain; Alto Saxophones— Norman McGinty, Floyd Carr; Tenor Saxophones— Howard Doust, Edwin Slate; C Saxophones— Lawrance Totten, Clarence Kasline, Donald Studulska, Wesley Ross; Baritone Saxophone— Harold Anderson;

First Horns— Philip Redford, Leland White; Second Horns— Tom McNiell, Floyd Tesarik; Third Horns— Willard Sisson, Carlton Glader; Fourth Horns— Philip Lewis, Bill Jennings;

First Trombones— Courtland Lohr, Eugene Brazier, Vincent Henry; Second Trombones— Cetus Bailey, Robert Wehemeier, Robert Lockhead; Third Trombones— William Steenbergen, Dave Wallace, Wellington Forgus;

Baritones— Everette Nelson, John Armstrong, Newton Vinther, Russell McNiell, Howard Austin; Basses—James Albert Bigger, Lowry Bennett, Rex Fairborn, Don Ross; Drums—George Graham, Art Ross, Bob Sater, Harold Ostrander.

Photo from the 1925 Tamarack yearbook of North Central High School.

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