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4 Wednesday, Aug. 18, 1965 vTinTrtTm?)T ObUuarle 3 AUTiars ton sali 13 OZ. Men's dungarees, $2.99 pr. Army-Navy Surplus, MQSB1TA Party To Honor Betrothed Pair Voice Of New Smyrna t House Gala Fetes Couple By MARGE TEARE DAYTONA BEACH Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Forman are entertaining Wednesday evening in honor of Carolyn Morris and her fiance, John Edward Jones, who will be married Saturday in Ormond Beach. The group will meet at the Forman home for a social hour then have dinner at Oceanside Country Club. Attending will be Carolyn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Morris; her grandmother, Mrs. F. M. Townsend; and John's mother, Mrs. Eloise T. Jones and of course the honored guests. THE FORMANS have just returned from a trip to Buck Hill Falls, Pa. where they visited relatives and met their great grandson, John Robinson Miller IV five months old and called "Shawn." Many of Carolyn Morris' members of the wedding party are arriving this week for the pre-nuptial festivities. They are the houseguests of the Morris' neighbors, WTTrrnrii itii mi i i ii riitriuuTM ii ill ri i rti ill itui n ti riii i ii im ii riu rn ii j tti i ill itu1-"" --Vt rti iij ijr rtT By ROSALBA WOLFE NEW SMYRNA BEACH Ruth and Lester Robertson were honored at a i u r p r i se housewarming Friday in their new home. The R o b e r tsons, who bought Ray Leach's house in Edgewater, were objects of a "fun" demonstration by several of their friends. About 16 of them arrived holding posters and banners with humorous complaints about them moving all of six miles away. THE "demonstrators." headed by Isabel and Walter Day, were: Phyllis TJu-vinger, Matsy and Walter Mulbry, Maude Quilligan, whit and Son Gunn, Fern and John Robertson, Vera and Clark Prentiss, Mitzy Melgard, Wally Schirmer and Margaret Wyght with her daughter, Nancy. Margaret, who is Harold Mallory's sister, is here from Michigan occupying .Sun ford Sampler 7 "V V m (he, rU By MARGE TEARE Rosalba Wolfe his home while he is in North Carolina. Robert Wolfe, Buddy Wright and Skipper Ep-pelin left at dawn Monday for a brief tour of the state before entering college. In St. Petersburg they visited former residents, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Swan and daughter Sheryl. With Sheryl, later that day, they toured the Bounty, the ship used In the movie "Mutiny on the Bounty." THE BOYS spent Mon-day night in Miami Beach High School, with the various girls' clubs ready and willing to assist when needed. AMONG THESE clubs is the Tri-Hi-Y, whose admirable standards make any girl proud to be one. Sponsor for the club is Miss Rebecca Stevenson. Taking over as president this year will be Miss iniimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiuiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiinuiiiiil iii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinriiiiiiil Touhy Addresses Area Club Lake Monroe Hcrrins Hook Fishy Business Harold and Sheila Briley and some are staying in the D. B. Alexander home. The Alexanders are away on vacation but have loaned their home to the Morris family for the guests. The Halifax River Yacht Club entertained members and guests Saturday evening with a covered dish supper. Among those attending were Hugh and Alma Swanston and their houseguest, their daughter, Alma Hughes, who was visiting them from Detroit. She returned home yesterday. CLIFF AND ELSIE Card brought as their guests, Capt. Neil Madigan of New York City who is planning on settling here and Pat Knapp and Dot Hart. Erma and Abel Matthews had in their party, Erma's sister, Marvel Hageman, Lois Morgan, Ella Erickson and Monk Thurman who was batching it as Frances is on a trip to New York, Canada and northern points. Tom and Pauline Leisle were with Iwan and Mignon Philippenko and Iwan prepared their covered dish, a Russian dish called "cabbage pie" that was sensational. Another conversation piece was the au gratin potatoes prepared by Valerie Cockrane. MAUDELL Reutener entertained Arnold and Marie Johnson. They were seated with Emma DeLatron, George and Inez Smith and Harry and Nita Riddick. J. B. and Mae Gormley were hosts to Lawrence and Polly Gross. Bunny and Grace Stuart brought their granddaughter, Jane Day Stuart and her friend, Bobbi Nuttle, both of Baltimore and Whitey and Jimmie Campbell. Kathy Crowley was hostess to Evelyn Chase, Mary Griffin and her nephew, Paul Griffin of Springfield, Mass. Betty and Brutie Thompson were over from Tampa for the weekend and were seated with Paul Gugger who has arrived from Woodbury, Long Island, for a couple of weeks aboard his yacht, "Paupus;" Ralph and Joce Stedman and Karl Stadler whose wife Helen was in St. Petersburg for the weekend. ANOTHER large party included Ray and Marge Osborne, Herb Ferguson, Betty Pyle (Frank is on two-week duty with the Army Reserve at Ft. Rucker, Ala.); Commodore Stuart and Susan Lee and their two sons, Johnny and Jimmy Patrick; Valerie Cockrane; Peggy Johnson and her two youngsters, Craig and Brenda. See you Thursday, in the pink, I hope. a' MRS. HAZEL CHES- CROUGH FOSTER, 63. 836 N. Dixie Freeway, New Smyrna Beach, died Mon day in Holyoke, Mass. While visiting her brother. She was a native of Beekmantown, N. Y. Surviving is her husband, George Foster; three brothers, Ross Chescrough, Suf-field, Conn.; Leonard Chescrough, Grandby, Mass.; and Leon Chescrough, Port Kent, N. Y. Burial will be in Pittsburgh, N. Y. MR. JOHN OSCAR WALTER, 76, 225 W. Florence Ave., DeLand, died Monday at his home. He was a native of New York City and had lived in DeLand for 11 years. He was a retired antique dealer. Survivors Include his widow Kate, DeLand and a brother, Lew Walter, New York City. Allen - Summerhill Funeral Home, DeLand is in charge. MR. JOHN STAIBLER, 81, 418 S. Palmetto St., Daytona Beach, died Monday. He was born in Rakamaz, Hungary and moved to Daytona Beach a number of years ago from South Chicago, 111. Survivors include a nephew in South Chicago. Woodward - Lowther, Holly Hill, is in charge. MRS. PAULINE PACE, 47, 106 Claire Terrace, Daytona Beach, died Monday. Mrs. Pace was born in Gate City, Va. She moved to Daytona Beach three years ago from Goodwater, Ala. Survivors include her husband, Fulton; a son, Wayne, Daytona Beach; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Williams, Gate City; one brother, Glen, Gate City and five sisters, Mrs. Margaret Moore, Daytona Beach, Mrs. Mary H. Grega, Tokyo, Japan, Miss Mildred Williams and Mrs. Peggy Larkey .both of Kingsport, Tenn., and Mrs. M a u r een Flanary, Gate City. Woodward- Lowther, Holly Hill is in charge. Increase Okayed NEW SMYRNA BEACH The Florida Gas Transmission Co. has received authorization from the Federal Power Commission to increase the capacity of its natural gas pipe line from Texas. This is a 25 per cent increase over the present capacity and will be completed by December 1966 at a cost of approximately $43 million dollars. R. J. Morgan, vice president of South Florida Natural Gas Co., said Thursday that this expansion program is an added guarantee that there will always be plenty of natural gas a v a i 1 a b 1 e for the New Smyrna Beach area. The South Florida Natural Gas Co. purchases natural gas from the Florida Gas Transmission and distributes it to the customers in New Smyrna Beach and Edgewater. Gardner Gives Talk ORMOND BEACH -Lloyd Gardner, Largo, vice president of district lour of the American Association of Retired Persons, addressed the local chapter at its monthly meeting recently at the Ormond Hotel. His official duties are to visit newly organized groups and explain the benefits of membership in the local and national organizations. Invocation was by Dr. Dallas Browning and the pledge of allegiance was led by Retired Master Sergeant Florence Bonnell. MRS. HYACINTH Graf, membership chairman, reported the local chapterhas acquired 20 new members. Next meeting will be Sept. 9 and Edward K'ep-fer, of the local Social Security office, will speak on amendments to the Social Security Act and about hospitalization benefits. 310 Santord Ave., Santord. NEED EXTRA CASH? A good way to raise extra cash is to sell articles you no longer need. They are wanted by someone. Advertise them In this column. Cost is low but results high. Approx. 63,000 Readers Daily. Phone Sanford 322-3513; or DeLand 734-1401 and ask for a trained ad writer. SOFA, maple coffee table, step-end table, all brand new $100. 322-9077, Sanford, after 5 p.m. KENMORE automatic washer, good condition, $50. 322-4351, Sanford. ESTATE F URN1SHINGS sale; Jewelry, linens, hundreds of tools, numerous household accessories. Open 9 a m Wednesday through Saturday. 331 Columba Rd., DeBary. G.E. REFRIGERATOR, clean. $45. 322-4351, Sanford. LINOLEUM rugs $2.99 up. Army-Navy Surplus, 310 San-ford, Ave.. Sanford. SPECIAL 1965 WESTINGHOUSE 5,000 BTU Air Conditioner $1(K You Can Be Sure-If It's WESTINGHOUSE FRIERSON'S "On the Boulevard" OWNER-Gerald E. Frierson 230 N. Blvd. Phone 734-2771 38 PLANTS, Flowrni, Sdt PLANT NOW and take advantage of the rainy season. Good selection of plants grown in full sun for hardiness; no shock in transplanting. Myers Nursery, off '7-92 on O'Brien Rd. Fern Park. 35 ARTICLES WANTED HAVE A PARTICULAR DESIRE? Some item you don't feel you can afford new, but a slightly used one will do? Advertise for it in the Volusia-Seminole classified section, Sanford 322-3513; DeLand 734-1401. NEEDED Furniture, appliances, tools. Most anything usable. We buy Sell Trade. Pick-up and delivery. LARRY'S MART, 215 Sanford Ave., Sanford. Ph. FA 2-4132. 46 HOUSES FOR RENT 2-BEDROOM furnished cottage and 2-bedroom furnished apt. on nice lake between Orlando and Sanford. $100 per mo. Contact Everett A. Harper, Reg. Real Estate Broker, 2465 Park Ave., Sanford, Ph. FA 2-2285. LONG WOOD 887 Church Ave., modern furnished 2-bedroom duplexes, $100 and $115, ph. 838-5349. UNRENTED HOUSES Cost you money! Advertise to the more than 63,000 readers now receiving the Volusia-Seminole Edition daily! Phone Sanford 322-3513 or DeLand 734-1401 to place your answer to a problem . 51 HOUSES for SALE Nicest Country Home Here is a deluxe country home which an architect built for himself, situated only a short distance west of Interstate 4. Modern in every way with best construction. Has Florida room, 2 large bedrooms, the kitchen a housewife's dream with full equipment, utility with B e n d i x washer-dryer installed. The price open buf $12,-$15,000 range with 3 lot; up to 1 acres available. Southward Investment & Realty 116 North Park, Sanford 322-9173 Partly Furnished Immaculate 2-bedroom home, jalousied Fla. room, very large kitchen, wood floors. A real buy at $7,900. For lease or sale. On Hwy. 17-92, modern offices for any kind of a store with a modern 2-bedroom home on same propertv. Ideal arrangement. Peck Realty DeBary. 668-4241 Jim Hunt Realty 2534 Park Dr.. Sanford, Fla. Office FA 2-2118. Nights, Sun -"'3-0700. 322-0648. $100 Down FHA and YA Homes Kitchens Equipped Low Monthly Payments Quick Delivery You Choose Your Home Call or See John Sauls Agency Real Estate Associnte Willa Mae Prokosch Phone Sanford 322-7174 SATISFY THAT HOME LONGING 2-BEDROOM, concrete block home, furnished, living room, kitchen, tile bath, Fla. room, carporte. Lot 150x150. Price $10,500 with terms. ALSO WE HAVE lots, acreage, and home on the St. Johns River. We have rentals too. Harry F. Edwards REALTOR Orange City, Fla. Residence Ph. 775-3000 Ph. 734-3886 Before You Buy or rent, visit or call Sf enstrom Realty 2565 Park Drive, Sanford Dial 322-2420 FISH MEMORIAL HOSPITAL NI SMYRNA If ACH Admisftttnt Breod Ann Ursry, EdQtmattr. Mrflrtt R. Byrtf, Ntw Smyrna Reach. B$ W Shafr, New Smyrna Beach. Jonn Peter hi. New Smyrna Beach. MaMia Jormtor, New Smyrna Btaov. Dlwntuatt Garry R. SanOeri, New Smyrna Beach. Elizabeth U C adman. New Smyrna Beach. Harold A. Schubiw New Smyrna Beach. Glen R. Been, New Smyrna Beach. Mary H. Lamp, New Smyrna Beach. Mrs. ChariM A. Davenport and dauflhtar. New Smyrna Beach. Births Mr. and Mr Teddy D. CSteait Scotttmoore. a Ofl, Aug. 15. SEMINOLB MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SANFORD Births Mr. and Mr. Cnarlec Shaetter, Sanford, a ton, Aug. It. Mr. and Mri. Gilbert Smith, Sanford, a ton, Aug. 16- Admtulent Virgil Jennings, Santord. Thomas Cason, Sanford. Rudolph Typlt, Santord. Donna GoodaU. Santord. Eunice Sites, Sanford. Dei ores Thompson, Sanford. Edward Calhoun, Santord. Bern tea Smith, Sanford. Julian Harrison, Santord. Dons Kiev, Sanford. Paul Queen, Santord. Joyce Shaefter, Sanford Agnes Humphrey, Santord. Samuel Lend strom, Santord, Max Johnson, Sanford. Leona White, New Smyrna Beach, Rosanell Hill, Lake Mary. Victoria Pio, DeBary. Lawrenca Tinsley, DeBary. Elizabeth L. Enney, DeBary. Alma Walker, Osteen. Jan.ce Biqelow, North Orlando. Judith Rosanbium, Orlando. Dismissals Cleveland Casseis, Sanford. Kathenna Ironside, Sanford. Marvin L. Tabor, Sanford. Robert F. Cole, Sanford Verne Messenger, Sanford. Eugene Oilmartin, Sanford. Muriel Harm, Orange City DAYTONA BEACH GENERAL HOSPITAL Admissions David Roberts, Ormond Beach. Gerald Benson, Ormond Beach. Elva Murpny, Port Orange. William A. Jordon, Davtona Beach. Raul Hart, Ormond Beach. Kathleen Gowen, Daytona Beach. Lou Snead, Holly HtH. Harry Mooney, S. Daytona. Eugene Hetberington, Holly Hill. Anthony Poitto, Holly Hill. Kathleen Cosner, Ormond Beach. Cnarlottt Flowersch, Holly Hill. Dismissals Roberta Stoesier, Ormond Brach. Verna Bignam, Ormond Beach. Sydney C. Huff, Ormond Beach. Allen Nvcum, Daytona Bach. ORMONO BEACH HOSPITAL Admissions Milei Peshek, S. Dayiona. Mauda Whiddon, Ohio. Dismissal! Walter Gibson, Indiana, Kim Deans, Ormond Beach. Minnie Haines, Davtona Beach. HALIFAX DISTRICT HOSPITAL Admissions Doris Arnold, Davtona Beach. Kenneth Brown, Holly Hill. Melmda Coffee, Ormond Beach EDena Conner, New Smyrna Beach. John Daley, Davtona Beach. Sal vat ore DeBartolo, Holly Hill. P. Gerken, Daytona Beach. Laura Hare, Ormond Beach. Michael Harrison, Ormond Beach. Melinda Ranaw, Holly Hill. Beuiah Senate, Davtona Beach. Ronald TourvMIe, Ormond Beach. Kim Wilson, Davtona Beach. Sharon Winters, Ormond Beach. Births Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Badia, Daytona Beach, a son, Aug. 16. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kim We, S. Davtona, a daughter, Aug. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Michael m. Munyon, Ormond Beach, a son, Auo 1 7. WEST VOLUSIA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DELANO Admissions Mrs. Jewel Fagan, DeLand. Truman Jennings, DeLand. Dismissals Mrs. Virginia Frank, DeLand. FISH MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DELAND Admissions George Causey, Seville. Mrs, Anna Furstenberger, DeLand. Mrs. Alma Sax ton, DeLand. Carnival Planned FOREST CITY - A neighborhood carnival for the benefit of Muscular Dystrophy victims will be held Thursday, at Forest City in Bilderbeck's back yard. It's the new cutoff b e t w een Sanlando Road and West Lake Brantley Road. Keith Bilderbeck and Billy Goree are cocaptains of the carnival, assisted by Don Copeland, Karen Cook-sey, Kathy Copeland, Bobby Goree, Janet Smith, Mark Crain, Lee Ann Copeland, Denise Williams, Carson Marshall and others. The carnival, which begins at 5 p.m., will feature such games as pony cart ride, a safari boat trip, penny pitch, Canadian woodsman, ring a duck and milk bottle drops. Classified 19 SERVICES OFFERED GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING, commercial or domestic, 323-0884 Sanford. Call evenings. OFFERING A SPECIAL SERVICE? Offer it to the more than 63.000 readers who see the Volusia-Seminole edition daily! Phone Sanford 322-3513; or DeLand 734-1401 and talk with a qualified ad writer today! JJBOASjMotOMEqument TRAILERS, Tires, rollers, springs and wheels, repairs. Parts for all trailers. King Boat Trailer Co. 403 New York Ave. Orange City 775-2912. 33 ARTICLES FOR SALE BANK REPOSSESSIONS Several late model ZIG ZAG Sewing Machines from $45.00. Choice of payments. Call Collector, 428-9517 or write P. O. Box 1507, New Smyrna Beach, Fla. B-7 ELECTROLUX polisher with 2 sets of brushes $60. Electrolux rotary brush, $25. Sanford, 322-6806. COLOR TV All famous makes, 12 to select from, assume payments, also washers, ranges, refrigerators, etc. Associated. Sanford, 322-5079. TYPEWRITER. 1 Royal standard, reconditioned. A beauty for the student who wants to get ahead in school work, $29.50. Others from $49.95. Powell's Office Supply 117 S. Magnolia, Sanford and Tuesday night in Pom-pano Beach where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall and their son, Freddy, who often vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. McNeely DuBose are entertaining their 10-year-old grandson, McNeely Kroupensky, here on a two-week visit. McNeely made his first flight alone from Mexico City. Dr. Russell Welsh and Marvin Harvey spent the past we ekend in Ft. Lauderdale. DR. AND Mrs. T. D. Cook are leaving Sunday with their children for a week at Silver Glen. Paul, their son, returned Saturday from a two-month stay at Oakland Farm Camp in Boyd Tavern, Va. Tom Cassidy, just returned from Maryland, is back on his water skis, and waterfront residents could see no better skier at Cypress Gardens! Kathy Westbrook. Donna Davis, vice president, will also be holding the reins. The yearbooks should also be outstanding again this year, and we understand the staff has been busy already gathering ideas and making headway. That's a group of hard, smart workers and we wish them good luck . . . they have quite a goal to meet. ried about two and one-half years. Bobby is from Georgia, but Lorraine was born and reared around here. They live in a trailer behind the Camerons. A small room in the Cameron home now houses aquariums full of all shapes, sizes and colors of tropical fish. Also on display are pumps, backgrounds, bowls, pham-plets, booklets, food, nets or anything the well-taken-care-of fish might want. Lorraine says the family has lived on First Street about 35 years. The house and the family are familiar sights in the community. But have you seen the fish? VACATIONERS are still coming and going around here. Mr. and Mrs. Harrell on Upsala Road visited with friends and relatives in Georgia. And coming home is Clark Mann, or "Uncle Clark" as most folks call him. He too was in Georgia. And in spite of the many rainy days we've had here, people are busy fixing, repairing, painting and working on the lawns of their home. The Esley Swaggerty home is in the process of a face lifting, and the home of Clark, Jack, Robert and Arie Mann has been spruced up and a new room added. Edgar and Mary Ann Bruce have their home looking mighty good. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Durack have worked long and hard on their new home. Mickey and his wife own property just away from Lake Monroe Corner. THESE TWO hard workers parked their trailer and began to clear the land. Many long and hard hours went into cleaning off the land and building a home. The Duracks (both teachers) have put their all in this home. It's worth it, and it won't be long now before it is complete. A new family recently moved into our community, Rudy (Mac) and Pat Foster with their two children Paul (Bubba), age 6, and Marty, age 7. Rudy is in the Navy, stationed at the base in Sanford. He has been in the service eight years and is attached to VAH-3. He flies as a crewman. The Fosters are originally from Alabama, Rudy from Mobile and Pat from Leroy. It's Lights, Camera, Action For Residents By VADA STOFFER FA 2-3378 SANFORD G eorge Touhy, executive vice president of First Federal Savings and Loan here, was the guest speaker when the Sky Anchors Toastmistress Club met in the Conference Room of the Jet Lane Alleys. Touhy gave a talk on com munication, stressing the importance of making oneself understood and of listening so as to under- Vada Stoffer stand. He also mentioned that our lives and our world are in a constant state of change and we should be ready to meet this challenge. TOUHY CHOSE a topic particularly important to the group, as the goal of the Toastmistress is effective communication. As the president, Kay Bartholomew said, "We learn not only to speak but to communicate." The business session was conducted by Kay, during which it was announced the group would meet in the Holy Cross Episcopal Church room Aug. 25. Kay welcomed several guests and briefly explained the goals of the Toastmistress to them. The Pledge to the Flag was led by Betty Kelly, and the inspiration given by Mickey Mooney. The speakers were introduced by Toastmistress Terry Shattuck, which included a vivid description of Trinidad by Bets Ryan. THE EDUCATIONAL drill was given by Rita Gallagher, and lexicologist for the day was Marge Cann. The topic mistress, CeCe Monroe, asked each member to give an impromptu one-minute speech on what they thought had been their most embarrassing incident. According to the members, several of the guests sitting in on the program enjoyed participating on their own accord. Assisting in the day's program were Pat Hutchinson, timer; Joyce So per, trainee analyst; and Martha Schwartz, closing thought. It's almost time to head back to school, and probably about the only students not dreading the ordeal are the glorious seniors of 1966. A great close-knit school year is planned by the student body of Seminole GRASS FAMILY IS LARGEST The grass family is one of the biggest families of plants, with nearly 5,000 different species. ''VllM'' By BEVERLY DOUTHITT Phone 322-7401 LAKE MONROE - The communities of Lake Monroe and Paola are not without enterprising young people, and among them are Bobby and Lorraine Herrin. Lorraine is the former Lorraine Cameron, daughter of Vera and Arthur Cameron, who live on West First Street within sight of Monroe Corner. A bright new sign appeared in front of the Cameron house about a month ago. It reads, "Novelty . . . Pets and Supplies." Another one at the door says, "Tropical Fish. . .Aquarium, Supplies, Open." And on the other door is a picture of a fish. It says "Wet Pet," and I almost didn't open the door for fear of getting wet paint on my hands. THE HERRINS met at the Orlando Junior College. They have been mar- Zoning Discussion On Tap more than four feet eastward of the ocean bulkhead line and they be made parallel to the bulkhead line; -A REQUEST from Grady Williamson that the city accept a 40-foot right of way, running north-south, between Mason and Kingston Avenues near Flanders Avenue; A public hearing on a request from m o r ni n g Star Baptist Church, planning to build at 436 North Caroline Ave.; A public hearing and second reading on rezoning of the area east of Segrave Avenue, north of Beville Road and south of Wilder Boulevard from R-2 to R-3. Also on the agenda, but recommended for denial by the planning board, is a request for a covered dock and boat hoist at 1209 North Halifax Ave. Also due discussion are requests for rezoning of 37 North Halifax from R-1A to RP, as well as to change the northwest corner of R i d g ewood and Cottrill from BP to RB-1. By GRACE McDONALD Ph. 668-50.. 7 DELTONA Deltonians have really been in the camera's focus lately, what with the promotional films, s p onsored by Mackle Bros., and now a movie made Friday morning, directed by Jack Le-vinson starring Jo Bollman and Horace Tucker. Others who took supporting roles were Mr. and Mrs. Al P o i r e r , Helen Reindl, Sisto Fontans, Kay Hollister, Mary Tucker, Ross Manco, John Lortsen-hizer and a cast of thousands (including fish-parts of the movie were taken on Lake Monroe). THIS MOVIE is not intended to be a "big box office seller" in the movie world, but for the viewing pleasure of the Shuffleboard Club and other interested Deltonians. Arnold (Lefty) V a n n , 1364 Hartley Circle, left Sunday for Chester, Pa. He will be a pallbearer at the funeral of his longtime friend, Pop McCray. Lefty was manager of McCray's baseball club for ten years. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Logan from Davenport, Iowa, arrived by plane Monday for a two-week visit with Allen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Logan. Allen is assistant professor at Ambrose College, Davenport, Iowa. MR. AND Mrs. Irwin Myers and children, Bobby and Debra, from Union- ville, Long Island, N. Y. arrived Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levinson, 1336 W. Hartley Circle. Monday found them all enjoying shuffleboard down at the shuffleboard courts. Mr. and Mrs. Al Poirer were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Christy Saturday for a foursome of bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Craighton, 1312 W. Hartley Circle, have as guests, Oscar's mother, aunt and uncle from Detroit, Mich. GAIL DONALDSON and friend, Ernie Mones from Fairfield, Conn., arrived Sunday for a two-week visit with Gail's grandmother, Mrs. Gretchen Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. William McClintock, now residing on Chippendale Street, are awaiting the completion of their new home on Midland Drive. McClintock formerly worked as a trailer truck driver for the As-s o c i a t e d Transport Co., Inc., Waltham, Mass. Jaycees To Hear Chief Of Police SANFORD Chief of Police Arnold S. Williams will be the guest speaker at the weekly Jaycee luncheon which will be held Thursday at the civic center. Williams will talk on "The Community and the Police Force." Program Chairman Bill Dale urges all Jaycees to attend this informative meeting . (Continued n Nmrt Pag) lA.o o Aj AAA A. aA- Ai JkJ,A A-

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