Elizabeth Bradford Taylor Brown
Kay Landrum, Jean Hopf, Ardene Ardene Wuthrich, Nelda Barron, Wiley Olsen, Marcella Schoener, and Barbara Ann Boudny. The following students from West End and Twelfth Street school took the aptitude tests previously mentioned. Bobby Braun, Janet Werchan, Teddy Krebs. Lannette Minzen- meyer, Betty Villanueva. Shirley Zellmer, Joyce Went reek. Orlan Kerlin, Esther O.Campo. Dora Euresti. Vera Ann Anderson. James Dildy, Donald Hughes, Gene Meyer, Clinton McAdams. Ronnie Roger. Rosalie Werchan. Doris Nelson. Marie Jester, Doris Doris Talasek, Sammie Marlene Wilson, Wilson, Frances Ebner. Janice Tinsley. Tinsley. Velma Jacobson, Alice Hodon. Hodon. Kathleen Silva, Sydna Lawrence, Lawrence, Donald Shiller, Ollie Fojt, Freddie Vasquez, Elizabeth Elizabeth Bradford. Kenneth Langston. Langston. Tommy Buzan, Richard Pfeil. Deana Svadlenak, Glenn Adamek. Robert Baker, Ellie Ruth Gillstrap, Shirley Hill, Larene Machu, Diane Sims, Lee Roy Meier. Nancy Langston, Bernard McMakin, Kermit Meister, Meister, Bobby Bryan, Don McMurry, Betty Miles, Barbara Hays, Peggy Peggy Green Jean Guyot, Joyce Trli- ca, Bobby Plowman, Harvey Raasz. Royce Czimskey, James Ludwig. Shirley Jones, Carol Gilleland. Shirley Sasin, Alvin Kubala, Mary Anderson, Alice Boudny. Martha McAlpine, Jimmy Jimmy Brewster, Johnny Kollman, Frank Swenson, Mary Rathke, Junior high pupils, who have thfe decision to make in the selection selection of music in their new school, may choose either band or public school music. Should he select band, it will be necessary for the pupil, the director, M. Jack Nowlin, and thjb parents to decide what in- triament he will play or what he isfmost suited to play. |Therefore, a meeting of all jubior high students, who are inferested in taking band will be held Saturday morning, September September 3, at 9 a. m„ in the band hall on the high school campus. A ¡full explanation of the band program will be given at that ti|ie; and a demonstration of the various instruments will be given to aid the students and their parents in selecting the iwtrument they want to play. I£is requested that at least one gf the parents accompany the student to this meeting, j Music aptitude tests were giv- dn last spring to all boys and girls who are now entering j un- tor high for the first time, and a great deal of talent was dis- cfevered. The majority of this group expressed a desire to join the band- Also, since the music gnd the instruction are given Without any charge, it is felt : that a large number will avail themselves of this opportunity. NEW YORK.— An opening rise in the stock market picked up a little momentum in later trading today. Gains ran from fractions to around a point, with most in the fractional range. Trading proceeded at the same sedate pace which has prevailed prevailed during the past ten days or so. Stocks moving higher included: included: Bethlehem Steel, at 26 5/8, up 1/8, Studebaker, 22 3/4, up 5/8, International Harvester, 26 3/4, up 3/8, Dow Chemical, 46 3/4, and General Electric, 37 3/8, up 1 / 8 . Lower were: Commonwealth Edison, 27 1/4, off 1/8, and International International Nickel, 27 5/8, off 1/4. Corporate bonds moved narrowly. narrowly.