Comanche High School Class of 1956 White Wash Party

I’m not sure what a white wash party was, but apparently they had one at some point during the 1955-56 school year. The only person that I recognize in this photo is Sammy Marshall, who is standing in the center of the photo with his finger pointing up.

COMANCHE HIGH SCHOOL WHITE WASH PARTY 1956

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One Response to Comanche High School Class of 1956 White Wash Party

  1. pbatwood says:

    A whitewash party was one in which students wrote fight slogans on the street with whitewash. “Go, Indians, Beat the Bearcats!”

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