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10/21/1953 - T It. I Sanford Adelade Moses and Mr. and Mrs....
T It. I Sanford Adelade Moses and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dodson spent the weekend in Jacksonville as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Henley. Mrs. Esther Ridge and Mrs. Roby Laing arrived Friday to spend the weekend. Mrs. Laing left by plane for Duke Hospital, Durham, N. C. where she will undergo treatment. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Harper and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Cooper spent Saturday in Apopka with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jacoby. Jimmie Anderson has returned to Valdosta, Ga., after spending the weekend with his mother, Mrs J. H. Anderson. Mrs. Bill Tyre left Sunday for Valdosta, Ga. to spend a week with her sister, Mrs. D. W. Smith. Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. Mclnnis have moved to 114 Summerlin Ave. to reside. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Turner have returned from a six weeks vacation vacation in Georgia, Tennessee and the Carolina s. Mrs. J. O. Laney and Mrs. Edward Higgins returned from Jacksonville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hig gins are spending some time in Jacksonville. Mrs. Higgins is recuperating from an operation performed Friday at the St. Vin cent's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ander son, 864 E. 20 St. announce the birth of a daughter, Leslie Fran ces, Oct. 18, at the Fernald Laugh-ton Laugh-ton Laugh-ton Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jack-W. Jack-W. Jack-W. Livings of Altemonte Springs announce the birth of a daughter, Louise, Oct. 17, at the Fernald Laughton Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Fitzpat-rick, Fitzpat-rick, Fitzpat-rick, 1320 Forrest Drive announce the birth of a son, Oct. 17, at the Fernald Laughton Hospital. Mrs. W. C. Hill, Mrs. L. F. Boyle, Mrs. Hugh Whelchel and Mrs. Esther M. Ridge left Sunday Sunday for Clayton, Ga., to spend a week in the Hill Cottage. . S. F. C. Robert Reitz left Friday Friday for Albuquerque, N. M., where he is stationed. W. M. Thignen left Saturday for Atlanta to spend a week with ilr. and Mrs. W. M. Thigpen Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Dragan of Parma, Ohio, are spending two weeks at the Montazuma Hotel. - Mr. and Mrs. .John Clark of Oakland, Calif., arrived Tuesday to spend 10 days at the Monta-xuma Monta-xuma Monta-xuma Hotel enroute to Miami. Mrs. Flora Donnan of Fenni-more, Fenni-more, Fenni-more, Wis., has arrived to spend the winter at the Montazuma Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Steele of Bradenton visited Boston Steele J and Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Steele enroute to Lakeland. SSgt. William W. Hendricks of Camp Gordon, Ga., recently visited Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Grant-ban. Grant-ban. Grant-ban. Mrs. O. L. . Barks and son Thomas Jessup have returned home from Fernald-Laughton Fernald-Laughton Fernald-Laughton HospitaL . Mrs. Miriam Russell has left for points in New Jersey to visit friends and relatives. Miss Nancy Robb has returned home from Orange Memorial Hospital, where she spent two weeks for medical treatment. Mrs. Thomas R. Lawler and daughter Sheila Gail have returned returned home from the Orlando Air Base Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Brown Jr. spent the day recently in Eustis with Mrs. C. F. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Brown Jr. had as guests recently Mrs. R. K. Harmon of Winter Haven and - Mrs. T. O. Brown of Orlando. Orange City Mr. and Mrs. John Mayer of Chicago are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ashton at their home in Minaki Heights Steve Schieble has returned from a vacation in New York Howard Youngken and Mrs. Lois Seabring of Henryville, Pa., arrived this week to visit Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Gleason and family. family. Postmaster Howard Warner left : this weekend to attend a postmasters postmasters convention in San Francisco. Francisco. The Fred Ashtons, with Mr. and Mrs. John Mayer of Chicago, .were guests of Mr. and Mrs. -Henry -Henry Simpson of Geneva at the meeting of the Geneva Garden Club Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cota of Warden, Warden, Vt., were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Campbell, be-fore be-fore be-fore going to DeLand to spend :- :- the winter. : Mr. and Mrs. W. .Youll and SMrs. H. Conell of Windsor, Conn. ; have been recent guests of Mr. "and Mrs. A. R. Steinmeyer. Mrs. Harriett James has re- re- turned from Vermont where she "visited relatives. - Miss Helen Gill of Coral Gables spent a few days here with her sister Mrs. T. C. Mittchell. r Mr. and Mrs. Julius Martin -and -and Mrs. Margaret Gray and "daughter of Trenton, N. J., spent a few days here recently visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Florence McKinley has returned returned from visiting in Detroit. , Mrs. Ethel Lockwood arrived -recently -recently from Scroon Lake, N. Y., to spend the winter at the William Bachus home here. Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Lein felder are announcing the birth of a son, Donald George Jr., at " the Nolwalk, Conn, hospital. Mr. and. Mrs. Leinfelder spent one - winter here with hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Leinfelder. Mrs. Lester Strickland of Mari-anna Mari-anna Mari-anna is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Har-ley Har-ley Har-ley Strickland. Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. Hinkley of Cleveland Ohio, arrived recently recently to make their home with their nephew, Frank Blackston. Harold Culp of Miami was an overnight visitor here at the home of his mother Mrs. Mary E. Culp, last week. Mrs. A. W. Betts has returned from a vacation spent in the North. Danny Fancher has arrived from Camp Polk, La., to visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fanchen. Mrs. Clare Hunter of Orrilla, Ontario, and Miss Irene Hunter of Toronto, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bert Heath. Dr. O. S. Rice, district superintendent superintendent of Methodist Chulrches, will preach here at the Sunday morning services at the local Methodist Church. The choir will give special music with George Leybes having the solo part. The Quarterly Conference business business meeting will be held at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Mary E. Culp was receiv ing congratulations on Thursday, having completed 36 years con tinuous service with the Orange City Telephone Co. Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Harriett Hughes in Victor, N. Y. Mrs. Hughes came here many years with her bro ther Roy Deal and wife, who will not be here this winter. Orlo Vista The Townsend Club will hold a meeting in the Chamber of Commerce Friday with the serv ing of the covered dish supper starting at 6:30 p.m. followed by music furnished by the No. 2 Club of Orlando. At 8, Dr. Carl E Lunn, St. Petersburg, now state organizer, will address the gath ering. A business meeting and nominations for the coming year will follow. Dudley Nunlist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nunlist, came home from Stetson for the weekend and the football game bringing eight of his student friends. Saturday Saturday night they had a party in the Nunlist home. Mrs. Nunlist is still convalescing convalescing from a shake-up shake-up shake-up she received when her car went into ditch injuring her spine. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. LePage and Mrs. J. P. Peebles with her sons Jack and Albert were entertained entertained Sunday at New Smyrna Beach by Mr. and Mrs. George Rademer and their daughter, Dorothy. Mrs. Annie Allen arrived Sun day from her summer home in Brunswick, Maine. Frank Turnbllom came in from his summer in Ohio. Ocoee Mrs. J. Q. Stanford is Visiting her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. Stanford, in Jacksonville. DeVere Morris, a student at Montverde School, spent the weekend weekend with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Horton and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Mete of Winter Haven, visited Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Holt in Orlando Sunday. J. H. Rogers is recuperating at home after being a patient, at West Orange Hospital with two broken shoulders, received when a car fell on him while at work Miss Ellen Shay left Saturday for a visit in Fort Myers and Bradenton. Umatilla Mrs. M. E. Walters and Charles of Shelby, N.C., son are spending a few days here J. D. Thomas of Johnson City are here for ten days of fishing. Mrs. George Golheur, who has been recently removed to her home from the Waterman Me morial Hospital, suffered a slight heart attack last week, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Atkinson were among the number from Umatilla attending the Shriners Convention held in Orlando last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cole of New York have arrived to make their permanent home here. The Coles built a new home on Lake Dorr, recently finishing it, and arrived Saturday and are moving in this week. Mrs. Edna Eddings of Ft Thomas, Ky., will return to her home soon. Mrs. Eddings accom panied her sister Mrs. Christ home, for a short visit. Mrs. Maxwell Wells of Or lando visited friends in Umatilla Thursday. Mrs. Wells was also looking over arrangements for the American Legion Auxiliary School of Instruction, held Eustis Sunday. Attending the Unit School of Instruction from Umatilla were; Miss Emma Die sem, past district secretary Mrs. Clarice Mathews, past unit president; Mrs. Morris Tyler, past unit president; Mrs. Sam Marks, past sergeant-at-arms; sergeant-at-arms; sergeant-at-arms; sergeant-at-arms; sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. James Reedy, past chaplain. Miss Arlene Daniels furnished the music for the morning session. session. New Smyrna Beach Mrs. Gaynor Wiggins of Orlando Orlando and this city, has been spending a few days at her Coronado Shores home here. Mr. and Mrs. F. Clifton Jones hava received word from their

Clipped from The Orlando Sentinel21 Oct 1953, WedPage 26

The Orlando Sentinel (Orlando, Florida)21 Oct 1953, WedPage 26
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