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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, February 04, 1955, Image 37

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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
nUDAT, nUIAIT 4, IMS
High School Band Directors
Here on a Toot With Navy
Between 300 and 400 high
school band directors are here
(or a toot.
The conductors hail from 26
States east of the Mississippi, and
the toot is a two-day
band clinic at the Navy School
of Music at the Anacostia Naval
Receiving Station.
It seems that the Navy brass,
although it didn’t want to seem
to blow its own horn, wanted to
help out the high school musi
cians and at the same time
possibly drum up some business
for Navy recruiting stations. So
Invitations were sent out to most
of the high schools in the East,
inviting the band directors, at
their own expense, to attend the
clinic.
The clinic, which, according to
Navy sources, is the largest of
its sort ever to be held in the
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, East, features instruction by
noted guest band conductors in
all phases of band music.
The Navy Band, under the di
rection of Comdr. Charles Brend
ler, is dedicating tonight’s 8:30
concert at the Departmental
Auditorium, Constitution avenue
between Twelfth and Fourteenth
i streets N.W.', to the visiting
musicians. Compositions by out
standing band composers and
special solos feature the pro
gram. •
Headquarters for the visting
youths is the Annapolis Hotel,
1111 H street N.W.
Broiler Loses Weight
ST. PAUL.—About one-half of
the weight of a broiler chicken
is lost between the barnyard and
, the dining room table.
105th Birthday Marked
By North Carolina Man
sty th* Associated Press
TRYON, N. C., Feb. 4.
Frederick C. Penny considered
yesterday just another day,
nothing special about It.
Mr. Penney, a native of
Canaan. Me., got up early as
usual, puttered around the house,
carried in some kindling, walked
down to his rural mail box.
But his sisters, Mrs. Cecil
Heard and Miss Edith Penney,
invited everyone in the com
munity in to see him. After all,
it isn’t every day that someone
observes his 105th birthday.
Mr. Penney left Maine in
1869 and was in the real es
tate business in Minneapolis
from 1873 until 1926. when he
retired to Bronxville, N. Y. He
came to Tryon at the age of
98.
A staunch Republican, Mr.
Penney received birthday greet
ings this week from President
Eisenhower.
EMMY LOU
"/ knew you’d like the bracelet, Emmy—and it’e
cheap enough so you’ll never notice the payment* out
of your allowance!”
Thankless Giver
CHICAGO (JP).— Leonard An
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r why wait?
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Only about 5 per cent have
bothered to thank him for his
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