Scottish Rite class memorial for Charles Holler
ill si 'J c o O " (j o , 3 til' PT1 f THE 106TH REUNION of Jackson Scottish Rite Bodies was closed with an outstanding outstanding class of 36 new members of the Royal Secret. Members of "The Charles Gilbert Holler Memorial Class" are pictured: (first row, left to right) Fred W. McEwen, class orator; Claude E. Reeves, Jack C. Myers, Layton J. Smith, class second second vice-president; vice-president; vice-president; L. W. Laird, Jr., class first vice-president; vice-president; vice-president; R. W. Griffith, class director; M. B. Pierce, class president; Morris J. Priebatsch, class secretary-treasurer; secretary-treasurer; secretary-treasurer; secretary-treasurer; Albert Mitchell and Amos Kendall. (Second row, left to right) Henry H. Day, O. J. Hope, W. B. Folds, Sr., A. W. Boleware, O. V. Dickerson, G. W. Merchant, Merchant, H. Groves Smith, Jerry L. Williams, W. B. Malsbury and Doyle A. Bond. (Third row, left to right) Ernest W. Gauthier, Larry D. Wall, A. D. Montgomery, Jr., J. H. Crapps, W. H. Wylie, E. E. Welborn, Leroy Moore, William II. floly, C. G. Goodson. Harold E. Wright and Henry S. Marx. (Fourth row, left to right) William William L. Hardin, Leslie R. Addison, Andy D. Palmer, Jr., John 11. Dukes, Daniel Harvey and John W. Flanagan.