Summer Bands and Orchestra To Present Concert Tomorrow The public school summer bands ncl orchestra \vl!l climax (heir umroer music program with a OTicevt tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. on he High school lawn. The concert- will include selec- lons by the summer orchestra iiis- [cr the rtireclion of Gordon Childs, upervlsor of orchestras of Poca- etlo public! schools. The summer icginning band, the intermediate land and the advanced hand also vill play. Ensemble numbers will be in- Â·hided and students in the (wiring (wiring class will perform. Highlight if the twirling performance will ic a duet by Patsy Lmuleniist, ma- orettc for Alameda Junior high phonl, and Muriel Hawkes, visit- ng Pccatcllo from Alaska. This is the sixth week l h a t summer summer hand and orchestra members have practiced and the third week for the twii'ler.s. "This is HIE first lime the schools have sponsored a summer Tiuislc program," Kalph JCennard, supervisor supervisor of hands for Pocatclio Public schools, emphasized. Kemiard, Cliiltls and other in- strnctort .1. C. Gardner and Frank Webster declared they are pleased with the crowds attending the summer summer concerts the progress progress made by the groups. They are planning an expanded music program program in the schools Ibis f a l l and a hisiRci 1 summer program for next year. Tomorrow night's concert o f f i - cially closes the group's summer Local Grain (Noininal firaln q u o t M l o n s this mom- ine si Poe.ttello Flour Mills) Soft wheat, per hti $1.80 led (hard) wheat per bu S1.Â«5-S1.90 Saart S1.85 Jai-lcy, cwt. _^ S2.25 )ats, cwt. S2.35 Â· Local Eggs (T.fiB quotations r r n m I d a h o Egg producers producers Wholesale jarge AA white __ S .65 a dozen IVfi lower; oats Vi lower In ^i higher; higher; rye Vj fo 1 higlicr; soybeans tmchmiRcd to IVz lower; Inrd 7 to 22 pnin's K 'mndrcd pounds higher. Dealings in the whenl pit were active Iliroushoul Hie session with a large portion of the demand coming coming ou (he. iifilit cash offerings. U w;*s r e p o r t e d that cash \vhrat was in liglil suppb' despite the improving improving buying interest at slightly higher higher prices. Fni'ther cU'inand was a t t r i b u t e d to exporters against tlie s:i!e of 190, irogram except for an appearance it the Pioneer Day parade and lotle oparade. Band students and twlrlers will march in the Jlodeo parade Thursday Thursday and play at the rodeo before I starts on opening day. Tomorrow night's program Includes: Includes: A clarinet trio by Dennis ^arey, Patsy Lundciuist, and Hich- ini llartvlgscn ;a trumpet trio by Spencer Ford Jr., Richard Miller, ind Jerry Smith; a trumpet quar- et by Alan Craig, Douglas Hatch, John Andercgg and Joseph Ortega ind a clarinet quartet by Paul Slocks, 'llobcrl ' Hudson, Jlichard Jlmsn and Donald Lowe. The orchestra wiil play "Two J h 6 r a 1 e s," Bach ; Dance," llcrfiirlh and "Valse Mod- *rnc," I l e r f u r l h . The beginning band will play: 'Lightly Row," "Twinkle Twinkle," Twinkle," "America," "Skaters Waltz," 'Merry Widow Wall?,," and "Forward "Forward March." The liiterpiediate band will play Jolly Coppersmith March," "Shoo Fly," "Deck the Halls," "She'll doming Around the Mountain," ind "Allegiance March." The advanced band will play Â·Alert March," "Silver Buckles Gavotte," "UobJiy-Soxers March," ' F i g h t i n g Irish March," "Spirit of the Sioux March." The massed bands will play 'Marines March."