Souvenir Album -.- fin mrom The Sportatorium, Dallas, Texas 7 % hours on KRLD -.- 0 minutes on CBS. Presented br Stamps Quartet Music Company, Inc. 916-18 West Jefferson DALLAS. TEXAS Page 2 June, 1948 STAMPS Q U A R T E T . . . The Stamps Quartet, nationally known as ""The Old Gentlemen,"" has had daily radio programs on Radio Station KRLD, Dallas, Texas, f o r the past twelve years. Russell-Miller Milling Company, makers of American Beauty 1 C 1 Flour, has sponsored the noon-day programs for more than ten years. T N Stamps Quartet, composed of Walter Rippetoe, fimt tenor; Albert Houpe, second tenor; Bob Arnold, baritone; Frank Stamps, bass and manager, and Doyce Thompson, pianist, has presented concert programs in most of thb Southern and s w a l Northern States. This quartet, with necessary adtli- !It ~%gd they .*%ad time demanded, has been together longer than any organized group C5 were one of the first to present daily programs on radio. They are without a doubt the most nationally known quartet in the business. They are heard on Radio Station KRLD, 1080 on the dial, a t 12:00 noon, a Monday through F g- y and two programs Sunday, 8:15 to 8:45 a. m. and 10:35 to 11:OO p. m. L FF.""-w .- * Page 3 '""LESTER'S ' STAMPS QUARTET ... One of the most popular singing groups in America is Lester's Stamps 2 I I Quartet, composed of Loy Hooker, first tenor; Harley Lester, baritone and manager; Glen m e , second tenor; Austin Arnold, bass, and Billy Grable, pianist. They are heard daily, Monday through F r i s I <i 6:80 a. m, . II I Radio Station KRLD, Dallas, Texas. Thi. qnartet travels from coast to coast doing radio, concert and convention work regularly and their friends are numbered by the thousands. come and meet them in person. + When they come & ,& , ,j , * ' STAMPS GOSPEL FOUR ... r * .. , PmmMng the Stamps Gospel Four of Birmingham, Alabama, Elbert E. . Davis, Clyde 8. Collum, and M . and M s Almer Shirley. This is one of r r. i tbe best gospel singing organizations in America, and we are indeed happy to have them as a part of the Stamps Quartet organization. 1 They are heard on Radio Station WTMB from 7:00 to 7:30 each Sunday morning and Radio Station WVOK from 6:00 to 6:30 each Sunday evening. The per- sonnel of this quartet are teachers in the Stamps Quartet School of .Music to be held in Birmingham, beginning July 19, with 0. A. Parris of Jasper, I- Alabama, as mazager of the school. June, 1948 Page 5 Stamps Melody Boys . Presenting the Stamps Melody Boys, Radio Station KLRA, Little Rock, Arkansas. Personnel of the quartet are Jack Pittman, first tenor; Charles Hutton, second tenor; Richard Smith, baritone; Doug Jones, bass and manager, and Oris Baldwin, pianist. This i s one of the best gospel quartets in .. the bisiness and the members are teachers in the Branch Session of the 1 Stamps Quartet School of Music, Little Rock, Arkansas. They have regular radio programs on KLRA twice daily, 6:30 and 1 : 1# Friday, and 11:05 to 11:30 each Sunday night. 1 a m., Monday through . I I Page 6 ROBERTSON TRIO ... June, 1948 T The Robertson Trio of Radio Station WGWD, Gadsden, Alabama, is a recent addition to the Stamps Quartet organization. They are doing won- derful work in Alabama and surrounding states and have three sponsored radio programs daily and one Sunday program. The personnel of the We iI quartet is Mitchell Robertson, E. M. Robertson and Russell Brothers. are happy to number the Robertson Trio among eur best organized groups and representati~ The Stamps Friendly Four, Fort Worth, T - m , is one of the most famous concert and convention quartets in the business. The quartet is composed of Roy Cantrell, first tenor; Royce Rippetoe, second tenor and manager; Harvey Hearne, baritone; J. 1 W. Elliott, b w , and Jack Hen- pianist. They are loyal boosters for the Stamps Quartet organization and See them when they come your way their services are greatly in demand. ana auy Irom zhem Stamps Quartet publications. s100q3s asaqq JO auo puaqqa 07 AOU $0 auo p a p q p q,ua~aynoA $1 .&A uald 'siaq3uaq qsaq s,yqnos a w 30 amos q ~ y i LraAa u ssamns a uaaq suq q3!qM uo!ssas ! 3ISflH &3&2IVflB S ~ W V L S aq& UaAa qoopw 043 s l w ~ ""DNI 'ANV~HW r year, one in January and another in June. .Above is a picture of this summer's of the STAMPS QUARTET schools you have missed the opportunity of studying 1s in the near future. - , .- 7 Page 10 . , * ,4 .;?:;:;;~?:"" k' :>r' ,: . ' .. . 7, - ri. Presenting the Harrison Stamps Quartet of Harrison, Arkansas. Read- I ing'left to right, the personnel of tke quartet is Miss Anna Laverne'McCutcheon, Everett Horton, Guy Rose, Brown Elam and Terry Pillow. They are heard on Radio Station KHOZ, Harrison, Arkansas, each Tuesday and Thursday a t 7:30 a. m. and Sunday mornin~sfrom 9:30 to 10:OO a. m. Terry Pillow, manager of the quartet, is one of our most popular song -.,, C -- writers and we are happy to have this quartet connected with the Stamps ua e organization. I June, - 1948 McDonald Brothers Quartet ... Page 1 1 We are very glad to present the McDonald Brothers Quartet of ~ a & o Station KBOA, Kennett, Missouri, in the picture above is Harold, Alvin, Ralph and Carl McDonald, with T. 0. Miller at the piano. They are letting the people of their section have Stamps Quartet song books and we are proud of the work they are doing for the Stamps Quartet organization and we are glad to have them as a part of it. They are open for concert and convention engagements anywhere, any. time. Radio Station ICBOA, Kennett, Missouri. Write them in care of ~ Page 12 dune, 1948 b Beautiful Bethel Temple . . . 4 C' , Beautiful Bethel Temple is centrally located in Friendly Oak Cliff, 210 East Jefferson, Dallas. Albert Ott is the pastor of this great church, where the Stamps Quartet School of Music is held every year and it is the most desirable place to be found for a school of this kind-air-conditioned with plenty of class rooms. Faculty, June, 1948 Ernest Rippetoe L. D. Hatfstutler Fern Waits Billy Medley June, 1948 Page 13 Fac~lty-Con't . Pat Medley Mrq. J. S. Adams Sarah Layton . "" . . hLf* ;*:? .. Lonnie Rex C. C. Stafford Marvin P. Dalton Chaa. 0. Hogan .... : _.r R. B Vaughsn . ,' ' L - k-,. Mrs. Vaughan Pauline Pate William Vickery L. H. Boae ,, .- - I Page 14 Interesting Information The Stamps Quartet Music Company was organized in April, 1945, and is known as the ""fastest growing organization of its kind in the world."" Today, it is one of the largest publishers of gospel songs in America. It was founded on FAITH, and it continues to grow because the entire personnel believes in doing everything they can to promote the singing of gospel songs, leaving themselves in the background. The Stamps Quartet School of Music is the largest school of its kind in America In June, 1945, the enrollment was 803; June, 1946, 1,171; June, 1947, 882, and the June, 1948 school is in session as this is being written t h e enrollment is 756 and they are still coming. BEAUTIFUL BETHEL TEMPLE is the home of tde Dallas school, Rev. Albert Ott, pastor. . m e next school in Dallas, Texas, will be in January, 1949, and anot in June, 1949. Branch Sessions this summer a t Little Rock, Arkansas, ginning June 28; Birmingham, Alabama, beginning July 19, and a t Russell ville, Arkansas, beginning August 9. Each school is THREE WEEKS an the Faculty is the best obtainable. In a little more than THREE years the Stamps Quartet Music Compan has published the following convention song books: ""Divine Praise,"" ""Perfect Peace,"" ""Pilgrim's Guide,"" ""Gospel Bells,"" ""Golden Steps"" and ""Guiding Hand"" which is just from the press. Special books, ""Stamps Quartet Specials,"" ""Select Radio Songs,"" ""World Wide Radio Songs"" and ""Songs by Vep Ellis."" ""World Wide C h m h Songs"" is their Church Hymnal and ""World Wide Revival Songs"" is a small book for revivals. ""Stamps Quartet Rudiments of Music"" and ""Harmony and Harmonica1 Activity"" is their text books. The Stamps Quartet News is published monthly and goes into nearly every state in the d o n . Many of the nation's best gospel song writers are on their staff, including Rev. Vep Ellis, Marvin P. Dalton, Robert E. Arnold, 0. A Parris, C. C. I I Stafford, L. D. HuBstutler, Ernest Rippetoe, Terry Pillow, Hale Reeves, Curtis Dsss, Chas. 0. Hogan, John Cook, M s C. C. Ymbro~gh,T. 5; Wilr. liams, Fkv. B. 6. Fulmer, Leon Beck, Harkins Frye, J. B. l?. Wright, G. E. Wright, Curtis Stewart, Fred Woodruff and many others. 1 June, 1 m ; . ' Page 16 Id , The t Music Company does everything in their printing plant f m S k g & n d p t to the finished Song Book. The printing plant is loeqfggl-&.&&@18 West Jefferson, Dallas, Texas. Music Company offices are located at Dalles, Texas, *? Y , You now can hear Stamps Quartets all over the nation Many of them will be in Dallas for the 1948 All Night Broadcast from the Sportatorium, XRLD, Dallas, carrying seven and a half hour0 of t i program, the first hs 30.minutes by CBS, the Columbia Broadwting System. The Stamps Q r t e t lldnsic Company, Inc., is a Democratic Organization. All the stock is owned by men who are working full time to further the cause of gospel singing. Hwe is a list o the s h e o l d e m , many of them f are your personal friends ; 'Frpmk H. Stamp+, Walter Rippetoe, Robert , E. (Bob) Arnold, 0. A. Parris, $uley laster, Lop Hooker, Albert E. Bruma ley, J. A. Grisham, Gene Thompson, Haakell Sit&eU, John Cook, Paul F'ries, L D. HufIstutler, Pedro Lopez, Robert B. . Ckyde Garner and ErT gppetoe. .. vd 4 ~ The officers are a s follows: Frank H. Stamp~1, &ant; - 0. A. ~ a r r i s , k c e president; Paul Fries, vice president; J. A. Grhham, secretary and treasurer. The business is operated by five men board of directors, which are Frank H. Stamps, Walter Rippetoe, Harley Lester, J. A. Grisham and Paul Fries. any Stamps Quaare making phonograph neords, check with- your record dealer. You get records by the Original Stamps Quartet A letter addressed to the Stamps Quartet Music Company, Inc.. Box Dallas 8, Texas, or 10% -per, Alabama, will bring full inforion about their &el% their v&$aus publications, phonograph records, Stamps Quartet News, etc. They, the people who make up tbe Stamw Quartet Music Company, talre no credit for the success of the organization but give the credit to the Lord and their friends. Both have been very kind. i ' Page 16 f * 3 - - . June, i968 Stamps Q u ~ddkatiom GUIDING Pr~yerfnlThoughts, 1948; prs, Gospel B l s 1 el, 2 Pilgrim's Guide, Perfect Divine Praise, 1945. The abo& books are pub ally for class and eou vention singing. A these books H pgbliled in ahape n o w only. YOU may order any m o u n t . A14 orders postpaid. T. 45c per single eopy; % for $1~00; 8 6 per doreh; $.0 50 for $13.00; 10Q for 8Zfi.M. . S P E C I A L BOOES C H U R C H B'O0.BS e WarU Wide Church Sm kQ ebureh hook. Contains many of the old hymns, a+muahr of _the nationally known t.fre s o &de famops by the h p o .nd r o a d wh,and s ~ rdozen;$%.OO G. per d w n ; wpy; $1180 per 106. Pastpais. -, . y I* :: , , & , C' ' - .. ,, L ~ 4 - small ine&nsQm- book rn& ~vals,ek. Every number a ; $ l W per 1w. h t p s i & ' - -ONY A & +ONIC~L ACZIV~TY ' , Eor 4W6, PeULe 8. Texas Box 1692, Jmw, AWkma '
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