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8/7/1959 - Paradi- Orange City Enthusiasm Reorganizing Of...
Paradi- Orange City Enthusiasm Reorganizing Of Cof C Ignites New Members for By DON ANDERSON ORANGE CITY Enthus iasm witn a purpose has sparked new life into the almost defunct Orange City Chamber of Commerce who d records show was origin- ly organized Feb. 4, 1927. This present re-organized body as of July 9, lists 75 members on its roster. Named i officers are Arthur B. artung, president; J. W. Hartsock, vice president; Har old L. Harson, treasurer and Mrs. Mercena R. Schuyler, secretary with offices at 346 N. Volusia Ave. Also serving as directors are Bernie Leinfelder, Philip Schuyler, E. H. Threadgill, Mrs. Mary Nathan, and Wil- iam Flynn. BUSY ON the board and varied phases of committee work, with the first named being chairman, are: Membership, Lucius King, ohn Goodman, Carl Hall, A. L. Lawrence; brochure, John Marshall, Harry Ed wards, Ramon Starr, K. C. arson; publicity, Starr, How ard Warner, Don Leinfelder, Gordon Pierson, Mrs. Nathan, Dan Hoover, J. M. Adkins TOURIST, Fred Ashton, William Atchison, Jean Mor sillo, F. N. Herndon; trans portation, roads and high ways, Edwards, A. H. Huf- ford, Mrs. Howard Warner, S. P. Cole; agriculture, beau' ification and scenic, Kenneth C. Parsons, Dan Kolar, Jane Rogers, W. W. Lowery, Wil iam Flynn. Commercial, Carol Byron, Amos Atchley, P. C. Well maker, J. D. Brown, Roy Bird, Hartsock, Tam Moody Joe Peck, Vic Shaeffer and Hufford. Legislative and na tional affairs, E. B. Ailing, Warner; maps, H. F. Duval, Mrs. Nathan and Warner, HARTUNG, the president, and Mrs. Schuyler, secretary, told The Sentinel that an in crease in interested member ship is taking place. The secretary placed in our hands a brief summary of accomplishments in an swer to the question, what has been done? who have apartments, to list them in our service so that visiting folks may find locations. Written requests will be answered and inquiries as to real estate and other matters will be directed through the proper channels, she added. WE HAVE written the county commission asking trash removal at the river end on W. French St., she disclosed and that job has been done. Every member listed to date has been put on a com mittee of some kind, and if some have not been assigned, hey are asked to volunteer, Mrs. Schuyler added. Concluding her report, she said there are many other things we have accomplished. Come to our meetings, she said; give us a chance. If we all start boosting our town, citizens and places of bus! ness, we will succeed, the sec retary predicted. MRS. Schuyler said since the re-organization date less than a month ago, the chamber has made out and sent members and prospec tive members a work pro' gram that directors and mem bers have worked out for 1959-60. We all pledge ourselves to try to make it a success, she added. f aul has for with mon gan. A at book, their the ship be the the Enterprise Event Adult Names CHAIRMEN have been set up for all committees called for in the by-laws, and their reports will be heard at meeting at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 17, at the Orange City Town Hal The secrerary s report con tmued to reveal they are making plaque cards show ing membership. A new sign at the corner of Graves and Hwy. 17-92 points to the famous Orange City water fountain, a new one receMly installed by the city council. THE membership committee has done a bang-up job, and there is now a sign indicating the location of the secretary's office, and interested citizens are stopping in. They are asking people By KATHERINE SELLERS ENTERPRISE Commit- ees for tne coming year were appointed oy rres. Carroll Peterman, at a meeting last week of the adult ellowship held at Lake Gleason. SWIMMING, skiing, and a covered-dish supper pre ceded the business meeting conducted by the vice presl dent, Sonny McKetnan, in he absene of the president. A devotional, centered on the theme of Friendship, was given by Mrs. Allen Sain. Serving on commitees are the Rev. Bill Swyear, chair man, Mrs. Ceil Sellers, Mrs, James Richards and Harvey Dunn, program; Mrs. Allen Sain, chairman, Mrs. Allen Hardin, Mrs. Fremont Long and Mrs. Fay Lee, devotion al; Mrs. John Padgett, chair man, Mrs. Ed Cunningham Mrs. Royal Goodwin, Mrs Sonny McKetnan, Mrs. Fred Harris, hospitality; Miss Hel en Snodgrass and Mrs. Pad' gett, sunshine. FOLLOWING the meeting in which plans were made for a hamburger fry to be held in August at the home of Mrs. Padgett, the group enjoyed community singing before forming the closing friendship circle. Thirty-two were in attendance at the affair. Cecile Dreblow who was seriously injured in an acci dent several weeks ago in Pennsylvania, where she was visiting friends, would like to thank everyone who has sen her cards and greetings They have meant a grea deal to her recovery and she expects to be discharged from the hospital next week and looks forward to returning to her home here in time for school. to hobbies in, of he ess. X-RAY of the in of MR. AND MRS. John Earl Ogden and family and Miss Bonnie Brant of Jacksonville were weekend guests of the Harvey Dunn family. Mrs. Edwin Williams, re cent nride and a newcomer

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  1. The Orlando Sentinel,
  2. 07 Aug 1959, Fri,
  3. Other Editions,
  4. Page 9

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