galaresThe Grand Master's Banquet to be held in conjunction with the December Quarterly Communication will be a gala event including outstanding entertainment featuring the popular and renowned Bobby Rydell and very funny Jim Teter with his presidential dummies. It will be held in Ballrooms A & B of the Pennsylvania Convention Center adjoining the Marriott Hotel in Philadelphia.

The banquet, with a combination entree of tenderloin of beef and sole with lobster stuffing, will be served at 6:30 p.m. The entertainment is scheduled for 8 p.m. Cost for the dinner and show is $30 per person. At 5:30 p.m., preceding the banquet, there will be a social hour in the Grand Hall of the Convention Center. Reservations for the banquet and show can be made by printing this page, completing the adjoining coupon and sending it with your payment to the Office of the Grand Master.

rydellBobby Rydell, one of the original three "Golden Boys" with Frankie Avalon and Fabian, will headline the two-part show. He has been an entertainment hit from the time he made his debut in the late '50's as a rock and roll teen idol and appearing on the popular American Bandstand. He has played starring roles in such hit films as "Bye Bye Birdie" and "West Side Story" and has appeared on the Red Skelton and Ed Sullivan shows. In the world of recordings, he has earned nearly three dozen rankings in the top 40 and is among the top five of all single artists from his era.

teterJim Teter and his presidential dummies is the other part of the show. He is a comedian ­ and much more. He keeps everybody roaring with his topical humor, political satire, and comedic ventriloquism. He begins with rapid-fire, stand-up comedy, concluding with his classic performance with life-size presidential dummies.