The Cat's Claw (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 10, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 3, 1951 Page: 1 of 6
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Coach A, D. Shores announced
yesterday that the following
students will represent Archer
City High School in the Tract
Division of the Interscholastic
League Meet which will be held
April 7, at Iowa Park. Those
planning to enter are:
Bob Knox-----------100 yard dash
220 yard dash
Sonny Sullivan-----100 yard dash
440 yard dash
Charles Crawford--—880 yard run
Don Taylor---------------Shot put
Either Scotty or Sonny will
make the 100 yard dash. Charles,
Don or Scotty will make the
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Thursday, H&rch 29, the P. H. A.
Club held their monthly meeting.
A committee for nominating offi-
cers for next year was appointed*
June Stanford, chairman, Dorothy
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On March 24, the Archer City
High School Band competed with
ten other bands in our district.
The contest was held in Waurika,
Oklahoma, The Archer City Band
won the sweepstakes for their
district, and thejr will be award-
ed a 19 inch placque*
Twenty-nine members of the band
took solos and ensembles. Cissie
Sullivan made first on her twirl-
ing solo. Entries winning second
place were the saxophone quartet
consisting of Margaret Perdue,
Tissa Roberts, and Gay King;
a clarinet quartet consisting of
Wayne' Maxwell, Sue Jackson,
Buddie Williams and Pat Smith,
and another clarinet quartet
consisting of Morris Knox, Joyce
Thomas, Buford" Berry, and Cissie
Sullivan; a cornet trio composed
of Leann Key, June Stanford and
Anne Douglas; a bell lyra solo
by Patsy Graham; a clarinet
solo by Wayne Maxwell; a saxo-
phone solo by Tissa Roberts; and
a twirling solo by Joyce Ensey*
The entries that made third
place were Pay Wilhoit on a horn
solo, and a cornet trio composed
of Joe Douglas, Patsie Kelson,
and Lewayne Clifton.
The band was awarded first
place for concert playing and
second place on sight reading.
The band’s next event will be
their spring concert. The date
has not been set for it as of
After the spring concert they
will go to Denton.
Luig, Mildred Campbell, and
Billie Beaty were chosen. After
the business session, Mildred
Campbell gave a report on the
spring meeting that was held in
Levelland. The remainder of the
meeting was devoted to a talent
program* Beverly Barker gave
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The Cat's Claw (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 10, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 3, 1951, newspaper, April 3, 1951; Archer City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth836627/m1/1/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.