Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on April 21, 1937 · Page 5
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 5

Pampa, Texas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, April 21, 1937
Page 5
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.,7-t--"'*"*'^ ,y 'Vr« '*. 'Pampa is proud to beihost to all those who attend this great .Band Meet. Pampa is glad to have been selected as Convention City for the northern division of the Texas School Band & Orchestra Association and wishes to make every guest ,feel glad too! It is the earnest desire of every Parnpan that you heartily enjoy your visit to our,city. . . . you ilike Pampa so much and have such a good time that your stay will long-remain a pleasant memory . . . and that you will want to return at your earliest opportunity! Counties Represented: Dallam Sherman Hansford Ochiltree -Lipscomb Hartley Moore Hutchinson Roberts Hemphill Oldham Potter Carson Gray Wheeler Deaf Smith Randall Armstrong Collingsworth Harman Castro Swisher Brjscoe Hail Childress Bailey Hale Floyd Motley Cottle Foard Wilbarger Hardeman Knox Lamb Band Meet Officials: Contest Cornrnittee: Glen A. Truax, Shamrock, president Gerald Walker, Bprger, vice-president C. H. Leads, McLean, secretary-treasurer Winston Savage, director W. Postma, mass band chairman A. C. Cox, marching events chairman L. R. Harmer, program chairman Eugene Seastrand, registration chairman C. O. Croson, publicity chairman Judges: A. R. McAllister, Joliet, 111. Horace A. Jones, University .of Colorado William M. Kunkle, University of New Mexico Col. Earl D. Irons, N. T. A. C., Arlington D. O. Wiley, Texas Tech, Lubbock Thursday, April 22 All solos, ensembles and Class E Bands (grade school bands) MORNING . National Division 7:30—Oboes. 7:35—Flutes. 7:45—Baritone Saxs. 7:50—Boss Saxs. 7:55—Soprano Saxs. ,8:00—Alto Saxs. • 8:10—Alto Clarinets. 8:20—B-Flat Clarinets. 9:00—Clarinet Duets. 9:30—Sax Quartets. Junior High Division 7:30—Alto Saxs. 7:40—>E Flat Clarinets. 7:55—Tenor Sax. ?:00—B Fiat Clarinets. Grade Sqhool Bands 10:00—Whitedeer. 10:30—Shamrock. 11:00—Skellytown. 11:30—Woodrow Wilson—Pampa. 12:00—Hereford. 12:30—Sam Houston—Pampa. 1:00—Baker—Pampa. 1:30—Horace Mann—Pampa. High School Division 7:30—B Flat Clarinets. 8:00—Flutes. 8:15—Alto Saxs. 8:40—Sax Duets. Ward School Division 7:30—B Flat Clarinets, 9:00—E Flat Saxs. 9:20—Tenor .Saxs. 9:25—Flutes. 9:30—Clarinet Duets. 9:50—Sax Duets. String Solos and .Ensembles 10:00—Higlj School Violins. 10:40—Junior High Violins. 11:10—High School Duets. 11:20—.Ward School Duets. 12:30—Ward School Violins. AFTERNOON National Division 2:00—Cornets. 2:25—Horns. 2:40—Trombones. 3:00—Baritones. 3:15—Basses. 3:50—Drums. Ward School Division 2; 00—Cornets. 3:05—Horns. 3:20—Basses. 3:25—Trombones. High School Division 3 2:00—Basses. 2:15—Baritones. 2:45—Cornets. 3:30—Horns. 3:35—Trombones. 4:20—Comet Duets. .4:50—Trombone and Baritone Duet. Junior High Division 2:00—Horns. 2 :10—Trombones. 2:25—Basses. 2:30—Baritones. 2:35—Cornets. 8:30—Trombone Duets. EVENING 8:00—Free cpncert by Amarillo Philharmonic Orchestra at High School Auditorium. All band and orchestra contests will be held in the High School Auditorium. National Division Solos and Ensembles in High School Auditorium. Hjgh School Division Solos and Emsembles in the ^Baptist Church. Junior High Solos and Ensembles in City Auditorium. Ward School Solos and Ensembles in Presbyterian Church. String Solos and Ensembles in City Hall Club Rooms. Friday, April 23 MORNING H. S. Bands 8:30—Academy of Music—Amarillo. Orchestras 9:00—H. S.—LeFors. .9:30—Junior High—Central Junior High Amarillo. 10:00—Class B, H. S.—.Hereford. Junior High School Bands 10:30—Plainview Junior High School. 11:00—Pampa Junior High School. AFTERNOON Class C Bands 1:00—^pearman 1:30—White Deer 2:00—Morse 2:30—Whittenburg 3 :00—Canyon 3:30—Pampa Junior High. 4:00—aCnadian All-State Band Rehearsal in High School Auditorium at /1:30 p. in. 2:00- -Meeting of All-State .Bund in Bund Building. EVENING 7:45—Drum Majors Baton Twirling—Harvester Park. 8:15—Marching Events—Harvester Park. Order of appearance: Class B 1. Vernon 2. Dalhart J5. Electra 4. Sam Houston Jr. Hi—Amarillo. 5. Shamrock 6. Panhandle 7. Hereford Class C 8. Morse 9. White Deer 10. Pampa Junior High Class A 11. Pampa Sr. Hi. 32. Amarillo Sr. Hi. Bands be sure to be at the designated place at the designated time. Come earlier to do your warming up and tuning. Saturday, April 24 t MORNING Class B Bands 7 :30—Mclean i 8:00—Panhandle 8:30—Hereford ; 0:00—Shamrock : 9:00—9:30—Dalhart 10:00—Vernon 10:30.—Electra 1.1:00— Sam Houston Jr. Hi— Amarillo 11:30—Borger Class A .Bands 12:00—Amarillo Sr. High 12:30—Pampa Senior High 1 :00—Plainview Sr. High 1 :30—-Luncheon for Judges, Directors, Superintendents, Pl'in- '. cipals, Officials of Band Parents Clubs and School Board : Members in the Basement of'Methodist Church. (Please notify Savage immediately concerning the number of people you have invited to this luncheon, of their names and . official capacity.) 2:45—P. M. Student conductors contest—High School Auditorium. Draw for places there. ,'}:30—llehejir.sal for All-Slate aBnd. I EVENING 8:00—Concert of All-State Band and awarding of trophies. NOTE Be .sure and be on time at the places assigned. Saturday is our heaviest day and a delay cannot be tolerated—for courtesy's sake. This Page Sponsored by the Following Pampa Firms and Individuals: Pampa Office Supply ''Everything for the Office" Southwestern Public Service Co. "Electrical Appliances Increase Comfort" "Comp" Cpmpton Service Station Visit "Cqmp" Compton and His Boys! JR. £, Storey Plumbing Co. We Mate 'Out-pf-Town Calls (First Federal Savings ,<$: Loan Ass'n. "InsWed Sayings" ••t ..Central States Power $L Light Corp Natural (jas Division / C. B. GJpar Motor Co. Qhrysler .- -Plypiputh Dealers JPuritan Bakery Royal Sliced Bread Owens Optical Pajrlpr First Nat'l. Bank Bldg. — .phpjie 869 E. L, King & fGo, General Ejectrjo Applies Post-Mosley Norge Stpre "Your Home Appliance -Dealer 1 ' Pampa Motor Co. Poutiac Dealers Howard Buckingham Wholesale Mobiloil — Mobilgas Richard's Prug Co. "Prescription Specialists" Scale's Shoe Store Alton Hail, Mgr. — «X-Ray Shoe Fitting" Pampa' Brake & Electric Service Complete Brake, Wheel Alignment and Motor Tune-up Service Adkisson - Baker Tire Co. .General Tires — P,hpne 1234 Jones-Everett Machine Co. 319 S. Barnes Ragle JMfet "A Visit to The Eagle Is an Event!" Canary Sandwich Shop Fine Foods — Fountain Service J, C. R&hey, ^olesaje &gt Co. Life Co, .ftU-k .Husluffl, Asewey jjsr- — JRese BJflg. Pampa' Motor Freight Lines Inc. Express Service at Freight Rates Tux Pry Cleaners, 319 W. Foster — Phpne £13 Haryesjer Prug Store Cqnibs.Wprley JBldg. Levine's Store 101 S. Cuyler Blossom Shop 406 N. Cuyler — Phone 21 "Flowers of Distinction" Clayton Floral Co. "The Best Place In Pampa to Buy Flowers" 410 E. Fpster The New Schneider Hotel And Dining Room Pampa Transfer & Storage Company I,ocal and Long Distance Moving City Steam Laundry Don't Worry About Your Laundry- Just Phone Q43 M, A, Graham Wholesale Agent, Texaco Products Snell Service Station 322 .N. Cuyler Courthouse Cafe Open All Night White Way Drive Inn 618 Foster Tex Evans Buick Co. 204 N. Ballard Hampton & Campbell Service & Storage IOII AU Night — 113 N. Frost — Phone 488 First National Banjk In Pampa CocavCola BPttJijig ,Co. "liottlcd Coca-Cpla for .IVefrcsluiicnt" Adams Hotel '!C,pme As You Are" Conoco Travel Service F, D. Keim — Phone 130 Murfee's, Inc, 119 N. CuyJer — Phone 140 Charley Maisel "Service To You" Pampa Drug l^o. 1 107 N. Cuyler Culberson-Smalling Chev. Co. 212 N 1 . Bailard Edmondson Dry Cleaners For Best Cleaning Call 844 Pampa Dry Cleaners 206 N. Cuyler Pampa Hardware & Implement Co. 120 N. Cuyjer Tajppley Music Store 115 !<i N. Cuylcr Williarns & JBrpwn .Dealers Titxi "We'll rTi»WJ»" Mpore <& Smith ?Bpdy Shop 300-A N. ,C^yier =• JPhp^ie ,53 ,

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