The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 14, 1966 · Page 7
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Sunday, March 13, 1966 Music Study Club Meeting Theme is Folk Music, Dances "Folk Music and Folk|appreciates music as her grand- dances" will be tbe theme of father played first violin in a the program when members of symphony orchestra and direct- MISS LOU LUMPKiN'S engagement to John Hamilton Barker is enno^f-cec: by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ear! L;jrr>.pk : n c~f Houston. The prospective c r oom is the son of Mrs. tvle'ba Barker cf Houston. Both are graduates of Robert E. Lee Hiah School and attended Lee College. Miss Lumpkin is presently attending Southwest Texas State College at San Marcos and Barker is employed by an automotive company in Houston. The wedding is scheduled for tvlav 28 m Houston. Baytown Music Study Club; meet Thursday at the fellowship of First Presbyterian] with Mrs. Herbert Kissick, co-j hostess. ! "Music of Norway" was the theme for the program at the last meeting of the club held at the home of Mrs. Velma Tharpe. Co-hostesses were Mr. Roy Cochrum and Mrs. George McKinstry- Ingrid SundtHansen, American Field Service student, was guest speaker. Ingrid is a senior at Robert E. Lee High School and resides with her "Texas family'' the R. E. Bumses. She related that her people gathered and enjoyed folk songs and dances at the end of the day's work. According to Ingrid. the men played a special kind of violin and everyone danced in costumes. Her own costume i? an embroidered red jacket with a white blouse and black skirt. Composers of Norway include Ole Bui! and Edvard Grieg. "There were 400 dark years," said Ingrid, "around 1400 in Norwegian Music history- At this time the country was ruled by the Danes, therefore, the only music came from Denmark." She reported that the "Peer Gynt Suite" by Grieg is one ol the best loved works. Another, "The Autumn" composed for orchestra, received the Stock - holm Academy Award. Well - known singers include Nordho and Lovberg and she commented that opera with guest singers is very popular. Ingrid plays classical music and ll ed as well. Her parents are music lovers also. In her country all students are required to take music in schools and learn a evaluate classical compositions as well as popular music. She then played a recording of some Norwegian dances following a question - answer period. The club asked Ingrid to visit with them again and as a gift of appreciation, presented her with a copy of the state song, "Texas our Texas." After the call to order and club collect, the hymn of the month was sung by the club, accompanied by Mrs. Larry Ffrench. Mrs. Jewell Palmer, president-elect, reported on the study book for consideration for 1366-67. The book, "America's Music 1 ' is written by Gil- aert Chase. It was announced that the Texas Federation of Music club's state convention will be held April 16 through 19 at the "Inn of the Flags" on the Dallas - Fort Worth Highway. Delegates will attend from Baytown The serving table was centered with an ornamental plate with the aims of the National Federation written on it and surrounded with the federation colors, yellow jonquils and blue- iris. Mrs. D. W. Alpha presided at the silver service. Guest of the club was Mrs. Elaine Gilbert. Mrs. Sheldon Kline served as secretary in the absence of Mrs. L. L. Kendrick. Mrs. DeVerterWill Host Dabney-Soodwin April 12 Mrs. Paul DeVerter, 1303 E.jshe has had pursuing the hob- Texas. will host the April 12; by. Some people collect coins meeting of the Dabney-Good- ! as an investment: others want win. United Daughters of the to be able to make wise choices. Confederacy. The program will. A collection also stimulates the be a book review presented by • imagination, reports Mrs. Pip- Mrs. W. H. Schweitzer. [kin. "Coins and their History" wasj she closed by defining a proof the topic for the program this i se t as containing one of each week by Mrs. R. W. Pipkin jtype of coin minted in a par- when members met at the home i ticular year, struck from shiny of Mrs. W. H. Bridges. i blanks in a slow manner so that Mrs. Pipkin began her discus-; the coins are very clear, care- sion by de-fining numismatics as ; fully wrapped so that they are the "science of coins and med-' not touched by human hands. sis." According to Mrs. Pipkin, is ne listed all of the mints cre- coins can be collected in three jated by the United States gov- different ways. The first is a! ernrr .ent until the present. It series, that is. a coin of each; was reported that the U.S. now date from each mint. The second ', nas only two mints in opera- is type sets including all the dif-'tion. the Philadelphia Mint and ferent types of nickels such as the Denver Mint. Jefferson or Liberty head and: following the program, she the third is obsolete corns and i displayed a number of coins foreign coins. 'which" she started in 1363. The first United States corn, members were pres- vvuh the motto ^ God V,c Trust, according to the speak- Dresented a certificate of er. was a two «nt piece coined , ^ >Irg _ ^ M between !Sb4 and 1S73. She list-, ed other obsolete coins suchj^H as *-3 cent piece and \^. dime, i the latter minted in 1S73. Mrs. Pipkin continued to discuss reasons why people collect; coins, and shared with members j HOOVER her reasons for starting a per-j Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Hoover. sonal collection as well as some,S14 Parkway, announce the birth the interesting experiences i of a daughter, Wendy Lea. ; March 6 at San Jacinto Meth- j odist Hospital. The new arrival j weighed -3 pounds, S ounces. ; Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. ; Walter Hoover of Baytown and ! Mr .and Mrs. Elmer Farley of ! Pasadena. Grca t- grandparents jare Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 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"Mrs. Higgins interviewed the inhabitants and soldiers personally out in the field rather than typing out far-flung impressions from the safety of Saigon," remarked Mrs. Haynes. In the preface the author includes a letter from a soldier which she considered the essence of her book's message. "It is maddening," the soldier wrote, "to see clippings from the United States newspapers scorning our efforts. Vietnam is a long way from home, but suppose w e were in, say Alaska, or Canada, or Mexico maybe. That's pretty close to home." The soldier remarked that it was easy to sit in front of a television set and comment about the war in Vietnam. He continued to say that it is disheartening to know that many people back home do not share an interest in the war in Southeast Asia. Members who missed the annual business meeting congratulated Mrs, May Nelson on joining the club. 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