7/31/1959

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7/31/1959 - Around Orange Cltu Byron's Dude Ranch Site Of...
Around Orange Cltu Byron's Dude Ranch Site Of Square Dance By ANN LINDSAY SP 4-4632 4-4632 4-4632 ORANGE CITY Byron's Dude Ranch held its first squire dance Saturday night to a packed hall with danc ers from Sanford, DeLand, Orlando and Orange City. Many came dressed western style, others in cool summer clothing to renew acquaint ances and meet new friends. Some of the young set rode horses in the lighted arena while their parents enjoyed the music and dancing. The couples from Orange City were Don and Terry Lein- Lein- felder, Eldridge and Mary Lowerv. David and Theora rosis Club in their activities which primarily concern all ages of children from school age to the teenager. The Auxiliary to the Volunteer Volunteer Fire Dept. has set Aug. 23, 5 p. m., Blue Springs Park as the date for place and time of the family picnic and fun day. This promises to bt a treat. The menu is being planned around barbecued chicken. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and their own family table serv. ice. PAT BYRON of the Dude Ranch is in Iowa with Ken Rymal, DeLeon Springs, to lnnlr ft, or Chntlnnrf nAniil AlT'? SSUym-l SSUym-l SSUym-l Pi", to buy the Shet. Donnie Leinfelder. A SURPRISE birthday party was given for rred Ashton Monday evening by his wife, Kathryn. with the Sandspurs, the fun group within the Tourist Club, as special guests. About 17 attended attended and were treated to a delicacy not often served in this area potato pancakes with maple syrup. These pan cakes made such a hit the recipe was turned over to the Sandspurs for their own use this fall. An estimated 90 nanral?f wero rnncnmpd hv th. ffuMt The Hayward family has returned from vacationing in the North including Canada, New York and the Carolinas. An unexpected guest trav eled along with them that old bug called virus was there all the way home. First came Lance, then Harriet and the boys, David and Bob, each being tapped to join the "club". What a climax to a trip long planned and awaited. to the THE BOARD of directors, Orange City Chamber of Commerce, met Monday for a short session which became so interesting it was nearly midnight when the business ended. The directors, Mrs.! Mary Nathan, J. Hartsock, Phil Schuyler, E. H. Thread-gill, Thread-gill, Thread-gill, B. A. Leinf elder' and William Flynn, along with Art Hartung, president, Mrs. P. Schuyler, secretary, and Harold Larsen, treasurer, all were enthusiastic about the campaign for the merchants in and around Orange City to Buy, Build and Boost Orange City. Plans also call for a city directory and map for general general information and assistance assistance to the small apartment owners in renting their prop erty throughout the year. ONE ITEM in particular comes up at 'each meeting, tne beautificauon of the foun tain on Graves Ave. The CofC wants to work with the city lathers on this pro ect. Good news for the youth of our town, the CofC wants it known that they, as a group, would co-operate co-operate co-operate with the local P-TA P-TA P-TA and the So- So- lands; have them shipped to Byrons' ranch and put out to pasture. When those ponies arrive it should be a great sight for young and old. Orange City was well rep resented in the West Volusia edition of The Florida Magazine Magazine with 23 paid advertisements advertisements and several feature articles. articles. More than once this correspondent has heard the remark, "I didn't know that about Orange City until I read it in the Florida Magazine!" Magazine!" Sure makes you feel good to know people are noticing the name Orange City and its growth. Gen Berna, ever faithful and never late with the delivery of The Sentinel, personally delivered 500 extra copies of the magazine section to individuals individuals last Sunday morning. GORDY AND Dotty Pier- Pier- son, son and daughter of Gor. don and Myrtle Pierson, Blue Springs Park, are In Tenne ssee visiting, their grandmother grandmother after arriving by plane. Their first plane ride alone, was more of a Strain on their parents than the travelers. Elmer L. Miller, president of the Orange City Lions Club has announced a fish fry for Sept. 4, at the Lions Clubhouse. Clubhouse. The board of directors of the club has agreed to donate donate half of the proceeds from this fish fry to the Florida Florida Sheriff's Boys Ranch. The remaining half will be placed in the club's blind fund and the local building fund; The committee in charge is working hard to make this one of the big events of the long Labor Day weekend. Members of the committee are ex-officio ex-officio ex-officio Miller, Chmn. Thomas Cryer, J. L. Donald son, Thomas H, Crews, Francis Francis E. Fertsch, Norman Franche, Dan Hoover, Arthur L. Glidden, Jack Hyatt, Alex, ander Konrad, John Dawn, Alfred Bendwig, Everett Meyers, Meyers, Frank Janusz, and Harvey Harvey Grueshaber. HOTPOINT APPLIANCE SERVICE GORMLY, INC. Main Sfort, Cor. 3rd tr Palmetto. Phon FA 2-4744 2-4744 2-4744 SANFORD

Clipped from The Orlando Sentinel31 Jul 1959, FriOther EditionsPage 6

The Orlando Sentinel (Orlando, Florida)31 Jul 1959, FriOther EditionsPage 6
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