The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1928 Page: 70
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Pep Squad , -2
The "Pep Squad truly lived up to its name, for it was on
of the peppiest groups of students on the campus, in the school or
on the football field. Never a home game did it miss, but was
always there, backing the team until the last whistle.
The Girls' squad under the
itself an inspiration to the boys,
performed a stunt that was new
coaching of Miss Brewer, proved
for at every home game the girls
to those on the field and in the
Mr. Hendley, who coached the boys squad, brought out the
best in our school to yell for our teams. On the field and in the
grandstand, the maroon and white uniforms of the boys and girls
intermingling with the High School banners proved the Pep Squad
to be the best in the history of our school, and no one, except the
boys and girls who were fighting for us on the field, fully under-
stood their loyalty and school spirit.
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