Elizabeth Bradford Taylor Brown

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Seventy Piece Ail-Star Band I’o Perform Here At Cen-Tex Band Clinic March Tenth A .seven! y-piece, all-star band, selected from the 4iii) lii^h school hand tudi nf--' attendimi the all­ day clinic in ( ii o!".c|!iu n on Feb. 17 oi thi ■ vt u v ii! : *1 n i F.atur day. March lu in relit i'. ¡1 in Taylor ;.f, i -til pre, n a concert concert al the T.iylor fh.;h audh torium that evenin' , The clinic in Georgetown on Feb. 17 in. udeci band .students Iron) junior and .-enior high s( ho from 16 Central Texas school', all ai tndin . clas.;e.s in in: true 1 j tor their ..peein] band tal ni, Piom ’Faylor at­ tendili" the clime v. ere Helen Bower, Harriett Moore, Betty Bureau, M n aref (’ox, Sylvia Ponton Sylvia Smith. 'Commie | Sweii’on, Connie Landrum, Ken | neih WufIn > h . oui Navarro : Ruben Fechncr. Betty Mat teck, j Sa n i N ■ : io ■1 ise ; hii ley ZrllrtiPr, ( ’a ¡1 ("hlie;and | Clin'¡ri MeAdam I1 red Va ¡|ii •/, j Elizabeth Bradford and Larry | Steinman. M. Jack Nowlin, director oi the Tayior band, with his band, will be host to the meeting here Saturday a week. The band from the large group will be trained during 1 he day oi preparation for (lie concert b> Raymond By urn, McMurry College, College, Abikn , and Ralph Jone s South1,ve .tern lb. George own. Ten of the Taylor student, who did : uccia] work in George-, town in February were elect d to play in tie all-stai They nr< JfanieU Moon Rare I Co:-; Sylvia Smith mie Sv .'n • ! . 10 >iie i : Texs Frank Philips from Uni-, versify Junior High, the clarinet ; Tom Douglas of Southwestern, 1 Vic Williams of Bastrop, Frank I Hiss ni the University, and I Hairy Putt of southwestern, foe j the cornets; Lorene Griffin an»1* I Fd Beese of Austin, for i.ha j French horn; Preston Miles of I Waco, on the trombone; E. K f Mellon from the University, fo ■ ■ he baritene; Bill Brown of Belton. Belton. for bass; Dick Thomas of Georgetown, percussion; and Chorles Davis Arrives Feb. 27 Wilbur McCullar. director of the Georgetown High band, was In charge of all arrangements. TIM me RECKONING NEW HAVEN f.-b A total of 24,583 persons, about one for ' very 3,100 of the stale’s population, population, were convicted of traffic violations in Connecticut during 1950. Fines, assessed totaled ¿099,629, or about $28 per violations. Speeding was the leading, complaint. complaint. causing 8,*116 arrests. Arrested Arrested for reckless driving were 1,755 and for drunk-si driviii" 1,502. W. II, Billy” orgetown are the pound boy. nani- sard Davis, born i a; a local hos- Mr. and Ml i5 1 \ s' Jr. ni (h parent . of an 8 'd Charles Ho Fein uary 27, 19 pif a I. 'the mother is the daughtei of Mr and Mrs, Charles Howa ■d Driitwood. Texas, and Billy is the son of the late W. H. Davis Davis and Mrs. Davis. They have two other children, a girl, Loi, age 3, and a boy, Will, age'2. Billy is (he new county attorney attorney oi Williamson County. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE J# band Mar- I ■ idrum Kenneth HTdle.ieh. Louis Na vano, Htil'! n F •hor-r. 'Btdtv Matted: . r l ;• ..m Ts t: 5 Th? Th? ail- e ar hand >.s\s h ....... by i*i. go . ¡; j.u< v.oii ! i rynm Instructor.s of the eiinie es in Geori;.">own, who ;defdcd the all ;tar bs nd were: t ii.uv Wiiey of Austin, for oboe in«-* nation nation ; Ralph Join s of Southwe a - ern, for I lute; Leslie Munson of Southwestern. f n r be .?«.»•. Charles S< nne,• .f An in, John vK-NG IT ÎN HOW F Or; A FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATE Ci ;J> IE Oi*R TÎMe PAYMENT PLAN FOR COMPLETE REPAIRS Caflew-liraice !6 M< 1 ! / Ecasf- 3 rd Pi: s.4 iaylor, Texas

Clipped from The Taylor Daily Press01 Mar 1951, ThuPage 6

The Taylor Daily Press (Taylor, Texas)01 Mar 1951, ThuPage 6
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