Worley’s legacy lives on: Legendary band director’s daughters give Gentry students a history lesson

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

Although he is no longer able to share his own story the daughters of Chandler P. Worley were in Indianola last Friday to toot their father’s horn.

 
 
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