The Cat's Claw (Archer City, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 10, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 3, 1951 Page: 4 of 6
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April 3, 1951
THE CAT TS CLAW
A salesman at the village
store was trying to persuade a
farmer to buy a bicycle*
,fI!d rather spend my money on
a cow,” said the farmer*
’’But think,” insisted the
salesman, ”what a fool youfd
look like riding about on a cow*”
’’Not half such a fool as I’d
look trying to milk a bicycle,”
answered the farmer*
One business Partner (to the other
on a fishing trip) : ■ ”Gosh*
we forgot to close the safe i”
”What?s the difference? We are
both here, ain’t we?”'
Passenger: ’’Let me off at the
next stop* conductor* 1
thought this was a lunch wagon*
Policeman: ’’Didn’t you hear me
call you to stop?”
Nancye Burkhart: ”1 didn’t know
it was you. I thought it was
someone I had run over*”
A lady had just purchased a
postage stamp at a substation.
’’Must I stick it on myself?”
she asked the clerk*
’’Positively not, madam,” rep-
lied the postal clerk* ”It will
accomplish more if you stick it
on the envelope*”
The Ambassador Quartet and
Bell Ringers is a Quartet made
up not only of unusually fine
singers, but with wonderful per-
sonalities; complete masters of
harmony offering a program of the
finest music both vocal and on
the Bells, ranging from the pop-
ular to thebest operatic select-
Dressed in beautiful costumes
and dramatizing many of their
renditions, they present an ex-
tremely picturesque and gay sight
on the stage* Versatility, har-
mony and music quality all blend
into a program that is superior
and pleasing* Their interpretat-
ion of negro spirituals complete-
ly captivates their audience and
is one of the features of their
Rarely can anythingbe present-
ed more beautiful to schools and
colleges thanthe program of this
high class musical organization.
Good music, the music of artists,
by the Bell Ringing Company ap-
peals to the finer instincts of
our better selves.
It is an inspiration: it lifts
us far above the common-place.
Swiss Bells never fail to please
and the Ambassador’s rendition of
’’Bells of St. Mary” and ’’Sunday
morning in London*’ will be long
The quartet will present their
program in the Archer City High
School auditorium on Tuesday,
April 3 at 2;21 p.m. The public
Is cordially invited.
The sixth and seventh grade
baseball team from Archer City
will compete with the sixth and
seventh grade boys’ team from
Holiday on Thursday April 5th at
Holiday. This is their first
game of the season* Good Luck
Last week the curbing and the
construction of 'the sidewdlks
across the front of the campus
was completed by Mr. Stegal, a
concrete contractor, from Dundee,
Texas. The completed work im-
proves the appearance of the
school plant considerably and
will • prove very convenient on
some of the occasional rainy
days that we sometimes have.
Let’s remember to use the new
sidewalks and give the new grass
a chance to grow*
Here’s what’s next.
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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/m1/4/: accessed June 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Archer Public Library.