The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on February 27, 1966 · Page 5
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Baytown, Texas
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Sunday, February 27, 1966
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Oilier, Osmond Bros. Provide Entertainment Sunday, February 27, 1966 By MARTHA ANN HEMPHJOLL The champion of the mop and broom brigade, Phyliis DiUer, kept her Thursday night audience in Houston laughing for an hour and a half as she related vignettes of modem housewifery to a capacity Hall. crowd at the Music Friends, that hair-do and those legs are for real. Yet>her complexion is much rosier and prettier that she televises. Her personality projection hits the high rafters and she holds her audience in the palm of her hand! Somewhat of a unique addition to show business. Mis Diller is the foremost stand-up comedienne in theater history- She rates in a class with Gracie Allen and Fanny Brice and yet leads her audience to identify with every joke. Her stability proved unbelievable Thursday night. For a full 50 minutes, she didn't even stop long enough for a drink of water. The only time she seemed to catch her breath was when she gave a screeching laugh. For a totally opposite combination, what must be the greatest youth team in show business. the Osmond Brothers, performed for another 45 minutes to add the clean-cut, ideal youth touch for balance. Ranging in ages from 15 to 6. these five young men wore red jackets, white slacks, red socks and white sneakers. These are the kids you'd love for your daughter to listen to on record and swoon over on TV, if they must swoon over anyone. Their repertoire ranged from barbershop tunes, rhythm songs and soft shoe dancing to a rock and roll group with the ye-ye beat. And they did it well with short hair and clean clothes! The nine-year-old drummer stole the show most of the evening, but with all that talent wrapped into one family (and there are younger ones at home) the ham gets sliced thin. For the finale. Miss Diller traded her tent shaped dresses for a pleated skirt and nautical red jacket to match the Osmond Brothers, wore high heeled white pumps, and joined them for a saxophone number and a rousing version of "Hello Dolly." It was over all too soon. What, When, Where MONDAY Lum Roark. United Daughters of the Confederacv, 1 :30 p.m. TUESDAY Women's Missionary Union, Coady Baptist Church. 9:30 a-m. Baytown Garden dub, 9:30 a-m.. Grace Methodist •Church, Women's Society of Christian Service, Cedar Bayou Methodist Church, 9:45 a-m. Women's Auxiliary to the East Harris County Medical Society, 10 turn., Mrs. M. A. Jones, 206 Bayshore. Calendar Will Run On Saturday Beginning this week, The What, When, Where column will appear in its entirety only In the Sunday edition. Throughout the week we will try to carry the next day's activities. Clip the weekly calendar on Saturday for week-long referral. ~+^*>i^+~^**ii~+~'~*^*+*> Music Club Dedicates Programs The Baytown Music Study dub dedicated their two February programs to "The Parade of American Music" sponsored by the National Federation of Music Clubs in cooperation with the Texas Federation. A nominating committee will prepared a slate of officers for the Feb. 17 meeting in the home of Mrs. Jewell Palmer, 901 Murrill with Mrs. Herbert Kissick, co-hostess. Mrs. L. L, Kendrick, program leader, presented a program on the Great American Symphony Orchestra and Mrs. Veima Tharpe presented a Texas composer's record of an orchestral suite, "Texas," by David Guion. American Music Month is a nation-wide movement, both in promotion of music by United States composers and folk music of U.S. The Music Study Club is able to supply a list of program aids upon request. The home of Mrs. Allen Shaw- was the scene of the Feb. 3 meeting of the club. Co-hostess was Mrs. Jewell Palmer who presided at a table decorated with fresh flowers. Fresh fruit was served from a crystal dish. American folk music was the program of the day after the formal opening with the club collect and hymn of the month. Mrs. Herman L. Davis with her guitar followed the printed program with helpful comments as guides to listening. Mrs. Palmer reviewed two magazine articles on folk music with the modem "Beatle" approach. Parties Mark Dates Before Wedding Vows Mrs. J. L. Franklin of Houston complimented bride - elect Miss Sue Dinwiddie with a luncheon at the Rice University Faculty Club Saturday. Miss Dinwiddie and George Bones will exchange wedding vows Saturday. Mothers of the couple and the honoree were presented corsages and a gift marked the honoree's place. Guests included Miss Julie Skeets, Mrs. D. L. Smith, Mrs. C. F. Jones, Mrs. Frank Spuhler and Mrs. George Kostas. COFFEE Mrs. A. M. Souby and Mrs. S. R. Bethea honored Miss Dinwiddie with a coffee in the Sou- by home. Yellow roses, acacia and other spring blossoms centered the table which held silver appointments. Miss Dinwiddie, her mother, Mrs. J. A. Dinwiddie and the groom's mother, Mrs. G. E. Bones Sr. were presented corsages. A gift was also presented the honoree. i Goose Creek Rebekah Lodge 453, 7:30 p.m.. IOOF Hall. Morrell Park Garden Club, 7:30 p.m. Xi Thets. Gamma Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. T. W. Wilks, 3008 Ferry Road. Psl Alpha Chapter, Beta. Sigma Phi. 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Ray Richter. 109 Tanglewood. Business and Professional Women's Club, 7:30 p.m., First National Bank. WEDNESDAY Dirt Gardener s Horticulture Club, 3:30 p.m., Mrs. M. A. Jones, 206 Bayshore. City Council of Parent-Teachers Association. 9:30 a.m.. Sterling Municipal Library. Country Club Oaks Garden Club, 9:30 a-m.. Mrs. S. E. Peters, 5105 Somerset. Baytown Duplicate Bridge, 10 a.m.. Holiday Inn. Barbers HU1 Home Demonstration Club, 2 p.m., Lions Building. PrlscUla, 3:30 a.m. Mrs. E. T. Arnett, 119 S. Whiting. '39 Study Club, 2:30 p.m., business meeting, Clear Creek Ion in Kemah. Bay shore Wagon Wheel Square Dancers, 8 p-m., First National Bank. THURSDAY Goose Creek Country Club Women Golfers. 8 a-m. Baytown Junior Forum board meeting. 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Frank Boudreaux, 1705 Clayton. Baytown Music Study Club, 10 a-m., Mrs. 3. A. Dinwiddie, 807 Lindenwood. Women's Auxiliary to Senior Citizens, 1 p.m., First Christian Church Fellowship Hall. Epsilon Psi Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma. 7 p.m., Sterling Municipal Library. Bridge Section of Houston Winner's Game, 7:30 p.m., Bridge Studio. TOPS, 7-.SO p.m.. GnU Coast Hospital and Clinic Lobby. Happy Grandmothers, 7 :SO p.m., Optimist Club. Baytown Grandmothers. 7 :30 p.m., Citizens National Bank. Thursday Forum. 7:30 p.m., Mrs. B. F. Booth, 703 Rosewood. Kappa Kappa Chapter, Beta. Sigma Phi, 7:30 p.m., First National Bank. FRIDAY United Church Women. St. Mark's Methodist Church, board meeting. Service League, 9:15 a-m. Duplicate Bridge, 10 a.m., at Bridge Studio. Woman's Club, 2:30 p.m. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge, 7:30 p.m.. Bridge Studio. Bayshore Wagon Wheel Square Dancers Club. 8 p.m. Knights of Pythias Hall. Barbara White, Billy Melton Wed At Garth Road Baptist MRS. BILLY FRANK MELTON To Make Ho-me In Baytown Miss Barbara Louise White and Billy Frank Melton were married in a double ring wedding ceremony performed at 8 p.m. Friday at Garth Road Baptist Church with the Rev. Ed Weatherly, pastor, officiating. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Billie White, 506 E. Alford. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Melton, 108 Lafayette. Two baskets of white gladioli, twin tiered candelabra and a white kneeling bench with satin cushions formed the scene for the ceremony with Mr. and Mrs. Al Goodwin of Channelview. providing music. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a silk faced peau de soie gown. The Sabrina neckline was accented with Alencon lace re-embroided with seed pearls and sequins. A natural waistline fashioned in front and back with peau de soie bows topped a bouffant skirt featuring a controlled front with lace around the hemline. Her three-quarter length sleeves were of lace. A veil of silk illusion was held in place by a. crown of lace petals, seed pearls and sequins. Gladioli and an orchid atop a white Bible formed the bridal bouquet She also wore the groom's grandmother's gold wedding band and a strand of pearls, gift of the groom. Mrs. Mel via Alien, aunt of the bride of Channelview, was matron of honor. She wore a Kelly Green street-length dress and carried a bouquet of gladioli centered with an orchid. Freddy Railsbaek. cousin of the groom, was best man. Ushers were Victor Moravits, brother-in-law of the groom, and Rusty Smith. Jerry and Bill Stipe lighted candles. A reception followed the ceremony at the Electrical Union Workers' Hall. Mrs. Victor Mo- ravits, sister of the groom. Miss Jewel Faye White. Miss Shirley White, Miss Mary Katherine White, all sisters of the bride; Miss Susan Marie Jennische: and Mrs. Freddy Railsbaek served in the houseparty. The bride's table was covered with pale green taffeta overlaid with net. It held the two-tiered colonnade cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. The bride's bouquet centered the table, A punch service completed table decorations. The groom's table held a chocolate cake and silver coffee service. Want a quick sauce for a fresh fruit pudding? Serve softened vanilla ice cream! Or, if y o u like, fold the softened ice cream into whipped cream. Pale green taffeta overlaid with net covered the registery table that held the bride's book. The new Mrs. Melton chose for her wedding trip a two piece apricot suit of linen. She wore black patent accessories with black velvet pillbox hat and an orchid corsage. The couple are making their home at 809 Ruth. The bride attended Robert E. Lee High School. The groom, a graduate of REL, ig employed at the Coca-Cola Co. News MARTHA ANN HEMPHILi Editor Helpful Hints I Shredded Chinese cabbage! makes a flavorful addition to homemade chicken chow mein. Ever add sliced water chestnuts to a shrimp salad for a new taste. Past Matrons Celebrate 18th Anniversary Past Matrons dub of Goose Creek Chapter 70S Order of the Eastern Star observed its ISth Anniversary Feb. 17 at a meeting in the home of Mrs. H. H. Dorris. Hostesses were Mrs. Minnie Mae Gray, Mrs. Fairy Currie, Mrs. J. A. Boyer and Mrs. Dorris. Mrs. J- J- Cinque, a past president of Country Club Oaks Garden Club, presented a program, "Wild Flowers of Texas." The serving table was covered in aqua blue and centered with an arrangement of white artificial roses flanked by silver candelabra. A silver service and birthday cake completed table appointments. Those serving were Mrs. R. W. Matthews and Mrs. J. R. Kelley. The cake was decorated in club colors of purple and white with the club star of five colors. The club originated in 1948 at the home of the late Mrs. Lena Margaret Robbins. The first president was Mrs. Kelley. Past Matrons of Goose Creek chapter and affiliated past matrons compose the club with two honorary members, Mrs. Glenn Barber of Baytown and Mrs. Leta Kronne of Montana. The club meets once each month, the third Thursday, in home of members. Mrs. Shaw Will Present Recital Piano students of Mrs. Allen Shaw will present a public recital at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Sterling Municipal Library. Friends are invited to attend. Playing will be Candy Sharp, Roy Ann Baker, Becky Irwin, Diane and Dawn Moravits, Mary and Margie Hooper, Linda Tuck, Jenna Burge. Becky Lyons, Nan Marie Garrett, Tim Kelley, Jay Smith. Also, Mary and Barbara Kunz, Lee Ann Harrison, Candice Strickland, Jennie Leatherwood, Penny Sharp, Lisa Coker, Cheryl Sterner, B r e n d a Robertson, Carolyn Townsend and Gary Odom. Arfs And Crafts Will Be Displayed Af Garden Club Country Club Club will have crafts display Oaks Garden an arts and prepared by members for sale to club members as well as to prospective members when they meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at Mrs. J. J. Peters' home. During the February meeting, at the home of Mrs. H. H. Dorris, the club voted to contribute to the Baytown Opportunity School to help landscape their future building. Mrs. J. J. Cinque presented a program on Texas wild flowers. "Europeans who settled in this country brought a favorite bush or flower with them," she said. There were also seeds of their native lands which grew, spread and adapted to new soil and climatic conditions, thus changing their characteristics. "We have Europeans to thank for accidently bringing us blackberries although we also got dandelions, chickweed and stink weed in the same way," Mrs. Cinque said. The speaker noted that Texas is one of the few states which plants the roadsides with flowers and is divided into districts for partial wildflower protection. Among the plants protected in district 4, of which Baytown is a part, are American holly, bluebonnets, dogwood, red bud and yellow jasmine. Mrs. Cinque reminded members that there are sometimes stiff fines for picking these flowers.. The speaker displayed some wildflower drawings she had done. Mrs. P. M. Dyke was co-hostess. Business Women Have Banquet American Business Women, Leaves of Gold Chapter, met with the Pasadena chapter at the Tower, for the bosses night banquet. J. Roger Reed, Humble Oil and Refining Co., spoke on what the employer expects of the em- ploye. Mrs. Mary Ellen Blystone, of Pasadena, was chairman. Mrs. Billy Jetter was toastmaster. Dr. Fannie Nevers presented the award to the boss of the year. Mrs. Paul Anderson, decorations chairman, used a valentine theme. A trio composed of Pam and Becky Phelps of Pasadena and Chris Reaves of Baytown provided entertainment. Approximately 45 people at- Hand's Fabric's QUALITY FABRICS 324 N. Main Highlands. T.x. Phone 426-2375 ALWAYS FIRST QUAUTY 200 W. TEXAS OPEN MON. * THURS. TIL 9 p.m. • ft —""i ' ^-iSsgHlgSP 8 *^ J&^t^f SllsS^^|i!:|! end-of-month clean-up HUNDREDS OF DRESSES REDUCED MANY NEW SPRING STYLES INCLUDED Women's DRESS CLEAN-UP cmnotfi A/AVO cineiT r\\ IAI rrv V ALWAYS RRST QUALITY SPECIAL PURCHASE GROUP II Orig. To GROUP HI Orig. To LINED DRAPES Acetate, 41% Rayon 100% Cotton-Linen Champagne Gold White Terrific Bargain! Shop Early 48 x 84 CHARGE IT! 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