Clipped From The Daily Messenger
will in with his as movie wer Naples CHARLES SHEPARD Daily Messenger Correspondent Naples RD 2 Phone Naplei S74-2827 ing an indefinite lime with ri er son-in-law -and daughter,,. Mr and Mrs. Charles Johnson,, an daughter, in Swaiisboro, N. .C Two Naples senior citizens have reached their 85th birth days tins month. Louis Fox, Fred Schenk, Mechanic Street, s in Thompson Hospital, where he was admitted Wednesday light. ' . Â· Â· ' . The annual Thanksgiving Serv- ce sponsored by the Naples Council of Churches will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the first Presbyterian 'Church. The Rev. Donald Romlein, pastor of Ihe First Methodist Church of Naples, will deliver the message. Mrs. Robert Rennolds'on. Rhine Street, was hostess to the meeting of the Burdick Circle, Thursday evening. The annual banquet of,Ihe Ladies Auxiliary of Maxfield Hose Co. will be held at the Redwood Restaurant on Wednesday, Dec 13, at .6:30. Mrs. James Gookiris is spend resides on Atlanta Hill Road, ob served his birthday on Nov.. 9 and Phillip Krape, of West Ave nue, observed his on Nov. .17 Mr. Fox. and Mr. Krape ar brothers-in-law, Mrs. Fox is th former Ida Sohenk and Mrs Krape, the former Ella Schenk They are daughters of the lat Samuel and Caroline Friboli Schenk, of Naples. Mr. and Mrs. R. Earl Horton Lyon Street, were called t Phelps by the death of their in-law, Roy Palmer.