Civic Music Association Goes `Jungle'

By Gilmore, Joan | THE JOURNAL RECORD, July 11, 1997 | Go to article overview

Civic Music Association Goes `Jungle'


Gilmore, Joan, THE JOURNAL RECORD


A "jungle party" on Saturday will serve as the annual meeting for the Civic Music Association of Oklahoma City Inc. The brunch will be at Applewoods with Dennis Shrock, music director of Canterbury Choral Society, as guest speaker.

Hosted by the Civic Music board of directors and president, Lee Holder, the brunch is priced at $15 per person and reservations are required. Suggested attire are safari and native garments -- or business social wear if you're not adventurous.

Lou Ann Rice, pianist, and June Carter, baritone, will provide the entertainment. CMA special volunteers who will be honored include Jane Coalson, Colonel Nelson, Marjorie Tolle and Lawrence V. Van Horn. A special service award recipient will be the Oklahoma City University and its school of music. Speaking of Applewoods, did you know it no longer is open for lunch to the general public? Well, it's only open for lunch on Sunday now. The rest of the time it doesn't open until 5 p.m. An employee told us that they had so many calls for banquets and luncheon meetings that they were going to only do those at noon and the whole restaurant would be a noon-time meeting place. Sellers Crab and Steak House is no longer open for public dining at any time. The former Greystone Restaurant now is an event center, accepting only private parties or business meetings. We understand reservations may be made for wedding receptions, anniversary or birthday parties, organization banquets and business meetings. Me Byron, you Jane? A funny thing happened on this fishing trip. Byron Gambulos was persuaded by friends to join them for his very first fishing trip. The group went to a camp on the Ted Turner Ranch west of Ruidoso, N.M., where Byron, being the new kid on the block, was given the bedroom that didn't have its own bath. His was across the hall at the top of the stairs. Naturally, he went in to bathe and when he started back to his room, he realized a woman was standing at the bottom of the stairs. Since he didn't want to expose his, he backed up, waited a few minutes and looked again. Dratted woman was still there. After waiting overly long, he felt, he finally called down to her and asked if she'd at least turn her back. Which she did. After dressing and joining the group for dinner, the woman came into the dining room and greeted all. "Who was that polite gentleman at the top of the stairs?" she asked. Byron shyly admitted it was he. She apologized. He accepted his apologies. He also realized it was Ted Turner's wife, Jane Fonda. They became new best friends that night. …

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