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Fort Myers, Florida
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Sunday, February 7, 1960
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D Fort Myers (Tla.) News Fre, Sunday, February 7, 1966 Garden Thems Used at Bridal Shower in Tice l Mrs. Harry "Scrapper" Riddling aecond from right, accepts a package from her hoste, Mr. Rial-colm Brock, right as her mother, Mra. W. E. Hendry, far left and her husband's mother, Mra. C. t. Riddling, look on. , A summer earden theme was I used in decorating Thursday evening when Mrs. Harry "Scrapper" Riddling wag guest of honor at a bridal shower riven by Mrs. Malcolm Brock, Mrs. Fred Blount, Mrs. Robert Home and Mrs, Dave Frenyea. The party was held in the Tice Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Before her recent marriage Mrs. Riddling was Ming Mary Jean Hendry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hendry, Waverly Street Pink, blu and yellow streamers were suspended over the table and caught at ita edges. Arrant . ments of pastel gladioli and Eu-earrst lilies were wed at vantage - s 7 i t mu. 'II" ? V I f - 'A ALLEN IkL HARTLEY "Al" Hartley, Sale Manager, T r.nRnON COLCORD. RE.AL- TOR, saya of WATERWAY ES TATES . . . "It a very neauinui ... has wonderful poimlille is one of the best planned water-front communities in all of Lee County!" BROKERS and Thetr Salesmen Believe in WATERWAY ESTATES! See Ybur$ Today! points about the room. Japanese parasols and greenery completed the decoration. Games were played nd prize were given to Mra. Julia Horne, Mrs. 1. A. Horton and Mrs. Fred Carlsen. Refreshments carrying oift the chosen colore were served. The guest Het included Me- dames James Ulmer, Fred 8. Snyder, N. S. Blount, Oecar Blount, Jimmy Flynn, Leon Webb, Bruce Starter, F. L. Murphy. Louis Fernande. Harry Fitigerald, Harney McClenithan, A. D. Price, Charle J. Bartll, Howard Bankert, Bill Hansen Sr Bill Hansen Jr., Carl E. Johnson, Art Conway, J. A. Horton, John Fetmell, Harry Lewis, J. A. Smith, Ted Week, Earl Hendry, Leonard Hendry, Bill Evans, Al bert Hunt, Philip Warren, Fran ces Bojtick, Julia Home, W. E. Hendry, C. T. Riddling." Daryi Disney, Zella Lee and Bill Cle ment. Mesdamei John Hargitt, Fran- c Payne, carl c. Moore, Charlei Harreleon, Bert Hall, Ieon Crews, Efchel Coimaelman, Martin O. Gundersen, Fred Carl-nen, Edgar Carleem, Douglas Bos- tick, Earl Hord, George Cothran, Bftty Ward, Josephine Mvmeey, George Clayton, Evie Anderson, Nancy Dickey, Dean Turner, Wal ter Ritchie, Gerald Fmeis, Thorn as B. Campbell, William Wowlby, Ralph Bail, Nil Gran, Henry Wigglnr, Lloyd Hendry, Forrest Tatum and Charle Hendry, Misses Nell Gould, Alice Clement, Rwe Mace, Barbara Bar- tell, Beth Clement, Edith Horton, Leslie Jo Hasey and Karen Hendry. . .':.:. NO PRACTICING f BALTIMORE IV) - Origam! Ii tie ancient Japaneit art of folding paper Into complicated birds and other forms. When a New York museum sent out catalogs for its international exhibit of Origami, each was plainly marked: "Do Not Fold." Tice PTA Plans Annual Fish Fry Founder's Day Obiervanct To Be Feb. 18 Plan were made for the an nual fih fry Thursday evenine when the executive board of the Tice Parents-Teachers Aum. met in the school cafeteria. The meet ing wa conducted by Melvin Knox, president. The general PTA meeting was postponed from Feb, 11 until Thursday, Feb. 18, at 8 p.m., in the school auditorium. Founder' Day will be observed with an ap propriate program and a collec tion will be taken for the National Parents-Teachers Building In Chicago. The fish fry it scheduled for Friday, Feb. 19, 5 pjn., in the chool lunchroom. Room mother will meet Monday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. In the school auditorium to make final plan for the affair which will include a basaar, train rides, fWh pond, cold drink and hot dogs as well as the traditional fish, huahpuppies and side dishes. Tickets will be on sale at an early date at $1 for adults and 80 cents for grade school children. During the social hour refreshment were served by Mrs. Ed Russell and Mr. Fred Remmert Others attending were Mea-dames Lora Belle Hayes, Ned Carden, Le Wilkinson, W. F. O'Neill Jr., Roy Martin, C. L. Edwards and Knox and Wilmer Bishop. Bayshore Chaps! Business Meeting Held at Church New Guinea Lecture, Painting of Building Are Scheduled The Bayshore Chapel business meeting was held Thursday night at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. James Wenrich on Bayshore Road. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Howard Wenrich, president Wayman England offered prayer. Plans were discussed on the paint- inz of the church. Plans were completed for the lecture on New Guinea by Rev. J. Eozeman on March 4 at 7:30 p. m. at the Chapel; and the showing of the film on Viet Nam at 7:30 p. m. at the Chapel on March 11 The public is Invited to these meetings. Refreshment were erved by the hostess. Others attending were Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Camp, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Way- man England. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wenrich, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stanford, Mr. and Mr. Leroy Bar. ger, Mrs. Harry Peterson, Mrs. Robert Taggart, Mr. Grover Naigh, Carol, Lee Ann, and Dennis Wenrich. Virgil and Keith Wenrich. Mr. W. Vachup of Pittsburgh, Fa., is a guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Vachup of Bayiibore Road and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jennings of Chartley, Mas., for many years winter visitors, have bought a trailer and will make their home at the Standard Trailer Village, North Fort Myert. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Cooper of Chicago, 111, arrived Thursday at the Standard Trailer Village. The residents of the Village held a White Elephant sale In the recreation hall Friday. The proceeds of the sale will go to help finance social event at the Village this winter. Mr. and Mrs. William Baker of the Standard Trailer Village, purchased a new trailer and held open house to more than 100 visitor who were required to sign the register which she keeps as a North Fort Myers souvenir. Svllhans Mark 40lh Anniversary With Open House in Russell Park n r n 1 i - - i ; ! ' Ip: . j. ! -riw i , I f 1 ! iPayne-Howell Ceremony Held Announcement was made yesterday of the marriage f Mrs.; Peggy Payne and Edward Hardy HoweiL The ceremony took place ; Tuesday night in the First Metho. dist Church Chapel. The Rev. John j. Rooks officiated. j Mrs. Howell wore an electric; blue nylon dress over taffeta; She carried a white orchid at-, taoaed to a prayer book. Matron , of honor was Mrs. Leroy Notting- j ham. Best man was Don Taggart Mr. and Mrs. Howell are liv-; ing at 2050 Monroe St., after brief trip to Gainesville. They; are employed at Garner nd( Brown Gladiolus Farms. ! Have You VWfei "Paratfe of Homes" San Carlos Park Ft Myers Logical Suburl Soutk Trail U. 41 Ii .hi I Free Chest X-Ray For Everyon,, 18 Yr of Ag nd Older AREA LOCATIONS yR. AND MRS. ROBERT EARL SIXLIVAX SR. White Shrine Has Valentine Theme At Their Supper LaBelle By JANE WALKER RIVER VIEW RESTORIUM O Aef' 1. & Home for Chronic, Senile and Convalescent HYDRO-THERAPY TREATMENTS UNDER DOCTORS' SUPERVISION I2 Mile West of Fort Myeri City Limitt On McGregor Blvd. (Beach Road) P. O. Box 74S WEstmore 6-1441 Ines Bennett, R. N. E. F. Bennett Mgr. y1 f-i a 1 Qcan, economical; easy-to-install Convenient, quiet Thermostat control in each room Requires no floof spac Now, get clean, even, convenient electric heat at far less money than you ever thought possible. See, the revolutionary new electric circulating air beating system -Electrend-today. LEO WARNKE MO 3-2994 Call Collect Fort Myers Beach 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Talbott and son Curtis of Detroit, Mich., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Yeomans. Mesdames Sam rattersom, Harry Orwig, Douglas Thompson, J. E. Allen, W. C. Spencer, Noble Johnson, Walter Howard, W. R. Burke, O. W. Risher, H. B. Ahle- feldt met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. W. H. Taylor. Members of Beta Sigma Phi so rority, they made plans to take part in the homecomaig celebra tion. Mr. ami Mrs. T. L. Snyder of Miami -spent several days this week in LaBelle with John Moritz Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foote have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Oran Rives of Camden, N. J. Mrs. Rive is Mrs. Foote' aunt Mr. and Mrs. H. Lewi of Camden, N. J., are visiting their daughter, 5Irs John Brungard and family. They also plan to spend time in Maitland with their son, Bill Lambert and family. "Community Fun" is the title of the program which will be presented Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. at the regular meeting of the Wom an's Community Club. A Valentine party will be held. All mem. bers are urged to attend. Hostesses will be Mesdames George Burchard, A. C. Ward, Kirby Thompson, M. E. Forrey, L. J. Nobles and T. L. Hudkins, Births A Valentin theme was used in decorations for a pot luck supper Friday night at the White Shrine of Jerusalem In the Ma-Bonla Temple. The business session was con ducted by Mrs. Foy C. Adams. Mrs. Ray Chrlstofferaen invited all members who will sew chair covers, to have luncheon at her home in Bonita Springs Feb. 17. A model of the cover was display ed by airs, ueorge Thrall. Guest introduced were Mr. and Mr. S. C. Tewilliger, Mr. and Mrs. O. R, Robiaoro, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Taylor, Mrs. Lola K. Grimms, Mrs. P. G. Eddy, Mrs. Fay Brandon, Mrs. A. B. Carroll, Miss Elsie Subm and Raymond Joslin. Next meeting will be a ceremonial Feb. 19. All officers! are asked to attend. , ' Others attending were Mr. and ! Mrs. Charles Hansen. Mr and ; Mrs. Denton J. Smith, Mr. and ; Mrs. Thomas J. Parker, Mr. and ; Mrs. Clyde Kindig, Mr. and Mrs. i Ralph Sarasin; Mesdames H. M. ! Solomon, Mabel R. Lezotte, Myrt-1 1 C. Sharp, C. W. Bartleson, j Edna Heller, Lawrence Powell, C. K. Smalti, J. T. Brantian. j Mesdames Zona H. Prattler, ' John S. Koen, Frances Baines, .Nettie Dille, Edward Holton, i Emily Koasuth, Blanche Snider,; Lillie Nixon, Charle Holton, ; Gertrude Roberts, Leo BaideckJ E. L. Boydston, A. G. Ensmin-ger, R. E. Moon, George Thrall, H. D. Cromer, Billie Williams, J. A. Wilkin, George Weigand, ; J. N. Fullerton, Miss Joanna Carpenter, Miss Dorothy L. ' Hutchins, Mr. Christoffersen and Mrs. Adams. - . - . i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl Sul-j livan Sr., will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary today at their home, 208 Kingston Dr., Russell Park, when their daughters-in-law entertain for them. The former Zella Edithe Ogle and Mr. Sullivan were married in the Lutheran parsonage at Columbus, Ind. by the Rev. G. E. Harsh on Reb. 7, 1920. They made their home in Indianapolis, where he wa engaged in the contracting business, until they moved to Fort Myers 14 years ago. Their three oru, Robert Earl Jr., Donald Ray and Gene Paul, also make their home here. A variety of hobbies keep Mrs. Sullivan busy. Her lovely home U testimony to her talent in ceramics as well as in painting and pine needle work. She finds time to serve as a nurse aid and has just completed the course for Gray Ladies. When he isn't busy with his work as a partner in Sullivan & Ratliff, Building Contractors, Sullivan is usually fishing. A hobby they both are equally enthusiastic about is their eight lovely grandchildren. Little Patricia Marie, 2-year-old daughter of Rosie and Don Sullivan, was born on her grandparent's 38th anniversary. Open house will be held today from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Sullivans and all friends are Invited to call. Syria has about 21 ancient castles, many well preserved. Fort Myers Villas By HAZEL VE.VNEFRON Mr. and Mrs. tt. P. Siewert, j 2149 Burton Ave. had as guest3 this past week, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Watson of El Jobean and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Leapley of Waukegaft, Ilk Happy birthday to Mrs. Ed Jondro, Mrs. R. S. Yorkv Jill Johnson, and Patty Marcoux. 'Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Meskimen from Benton Harbor, Mich, have bought and are now occupying the Bert "Hanson home at 2112 Burton Ave. Mr. and Mrs. De FVest Schroe-der of Waukes-ha, Wis. will arrive Monday for a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Otto F. Duecker, 2200 Sunrise Blvd. Anniversary greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Chester Klimm, 2224 Burton Ave. 5Ir. and Mrs. Paul Clark of Lexington, Ky. have been recent house guests of Mrs. Walter Clark, 2230 Aldridge Ave. Mr. and Mrs. E. Noel Ashby, 2119 Aldridge Ave. had as overnight guests Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Smith of Fort Myers before they left for Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Keen of Fort Myer are now residing at 2219 Burton Ave. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Pace and son from St Clair Shores, Mich, are in their new home at 8631 E. Park Drive. Sear. Roebuck & Co. - First, Feb. 27 10-1 & 14 Captiva Post Office Tues Feb. 9 9-11 Sanibel Community Center Tues, Feb. 9 1-4 Bonita Springs-Post Office Weds'Feb. 10 10-1 Estero Post Office Wed, Feb. 10 3-8 Lehigh Acres Shopping Center Thurs, Feb. 11 1-4 Alva Post Office Thurs, Feb. 11 5-8 Tice B&B Super Market Fri, Fb. 12 10-1 & 2-S Tice Super Market SU Feb. 13 1M & 2"5 Fort Myers Hendry &. Union Tues.. Feb. 1 1 Harlem Hts. Clinic Tues, Feb. 18 5-8 Fort Myers BeachPost Office Wed.. Feb. If 10-1 4 2-8 Richards & Associates Thurs, Feb. 18 8-lft Fort Myers Market & Fowler Thurs, Feb. 18 12-3 Kwik-Chek-Grand Crawford Frl, Feb. 19 10-1 A 2-5 B&B Super Mkt, Anderson Sat, Feb. 20 10-1 2-5 Pine Island Round House Cafe fyes, Feb. 23 10-1 Matlacha Near Post Office Tues.. Feb. 23 3 6 Boca Grande Wed, Feb. 21 10-1 4 2-5 E. Ft. Myers Wanda' Sundries Thurs, Feb. 23 4-7 N. i t. Myers Al's Super Mkt. Fri., Feb. 26 10-1 4 2-5 Dunbar Area Anderson A Cran. Sat, Feb. 27 1-4 ft 5-8 This Service Provided By: Florida State Board of Health Lee County Health Department Lee County TB and Health Assn. Approved by: Lee County Medical Society Sponsored by: The Lee County Bank Your 11 ind n Ml oney? o o First and Second Mortgages Purchased Construction Money Available 5 Investment Certificates Bring in Your Financial Problems FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. OF FORT MYERS John' S. Lowman, Jr., Executive Vice President HOME OWNED HOME OPERATED 2045 McGregor Boulevard, Fort Myers, Florida EDison 5-8082 FAMILY FUN IN FLORIDA'S SUN 0) Irk Mr. and Mrs. Benonia Trent Long, 2569 Dora St. a 4 pound HVi ounce daughter, yesterday in Lee Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Long is the former Juanita Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome G. Hei-denreich, Howell Drive a 6 pound 10 ounce son, Friday at Lee Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Boone Shuman, Box 758, Immokalee a 7 pound 1 ounce son, yesterday In Lee Memorial Hospital, VISITS PARENTS Miss Mary Lee Ferguson, a duchess in the Edison Pageant of Light, is spending mis week with her parents, Mrjind Mrs. John j Ferguson, Edison Park. She is a ! student at Florida State Univer-l sity, Tallahassee. John Bartram and his famous sort, William, botanized on Ana-stasia Island during 1865, in what is now Anastasia State Park. They found seeds and plants of tnany varieties. ON THE CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER 10 MILES EAST ON RT. 80 Park Facilities Restricted to Members WONDERFUL PLAYGROUND FOR KIDS FACILITIES FREE LAUNCHING RAMP MOTORS MODERN SHELTERS CLEAN RESTROOMS WATER SKIING SAND BEACH UNDER CONSTRUCTION FENCED AREA FOR TOTS PICNIC DOCKS RENTAL BOATS AND SNACKBAR FINE BASS FISHING POND Family Memberships NOW AVAILABLE $I5 Per Year $3 hd. ut) Winter Residents 5 MONTH MEMBERSHIPS $I0.00 Per Year ipiu $2. w. Ta) MEMBERSHIPS INCLUDE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD DRIVE OUT AND SEE FOR YOURSELF BRING THE FAMILY. THEY'LL LOVE IT FLORIDA'S FINEST FISHING AND BOATING-UNSPOILED TROPICAL WATERS 0

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