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Venice Gondolier (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Venice, FloridaMonday May 20, 963_page Faye Par chapter installs new officer slate mrs. Grove takes Over Post of Regent sixty members and guests cre present at the luncheon installation meeting of Vakka chapter daughters of the american revolution wednes div at the Fellowship Hall of Venice Nokomis presbyterian Church. Mrs. Hare Brant out going Regent presided and installation services were conducted by mrs. Harry Alber state registrar. New officers Are mrs. William Grove Regent mrs. Benjamin Lane first vice Regent mrs. Guy Ramsdell second vice Regent mrs. Frank Mulhern chaplain mrs. Norman Coulon Secretary mrs. Raymond Edge corresponding Secretary mrs. Ivan Carter treasurer mrs. Harlie Brant historian mrs. James Kalec registrar mrs. Edward Henne librarian mrs. Brant mrs. Edward Smith and mrs. Alber advisors and mrs. Alexander Murphy mrs. Mulheim and mrs. Fred Hack trustees. Mrs. Grove named her committee chairmen for the year. They Are mrs. Guy Ramsdell american indians mrs. Hack american music mrs. Harlie Brant Good citizenship mrs. L. P. Smith Dar Magazine and advertising mrs. Edward Smith Dar Magazine subscriptions mrs. S. B. Marshall museum mrs. Harry Alber americanism and Dar manual mrs. Christopher Magee Flag of the United states mrs. James Kalec genealogical records mrs. Hugh Grey jr., membership and Junior membership. Mrs. Benjamin Lane National defense mrs. J. Carroll Loughlin press relations mrs. James Delvac press scrap Book mrs. Frank Mulhern program mrs. W. T. Pettit transportation mrs. Harlie Brant year Book mrs. Carl Bair Dar schools and on the finance committee mrs. Ivan Carter mrs. William Bose mrs. George Devlin and mrs. Homer Pardue. Mrs. Grove was presented with a regents insignia and the Gavel by mrs. Brant and she presented mrs. Brant a past regents pin and expressed the groups appreciation for mrs. Brants service. Mrs. Benjamin Lane reported on the state conference in Lakeland and mrs. Brant on the Isdar Congress held in Washington d. C. Last month. Entertainment was furnished by the a a coquette a popular choral group composed of nine Young matrons in the area who Sang four numbers. Hostesses were mrs. Frank Mulheim and mrs. John Hogan who decorated the tables with red White and Blue chrysanthemums and English Ivy. Mrs. Grove announced a Florida state Board meeting to be held at the Eden Roc hotel on Miami Beach thursday. Dar officers a installation services for incoming officers of the Muakka chapter of the daughters of the american revolution were held at the groups luncheon meeting wednesday at Venice Nokomis methodist Church Fellowship Hall. They Are pictured above with the installing officer left to right mrs. Franklin n. Mulhern chaplain and trustee mrs. Fred Hack trustee mrs. Harry Alber of Sarasota installing officer and state registrar mrs. William Grove Regent mrs. Ivan Carter treasurer mrs. Benjamin Lane first vice Regent and in front mrs. Harlie Brant out going Regent and historian for the new year. Not pictured Are mrs. Norman Coulon Secretary mrs. Raymond Edge corresponding Secretary and mrs. Edward Henne librarian. Gondolier photo by head woman club card parties open to Public mesdames Mariner l a a rence Leslie Lovelace Frank Raeburn and Hilton Ridlon were hostesses to members and guests of Venice Nokomis woman a club at the social card party at the club wednesday. The Public is invited to these parties which Are held on the first and third wednesdays at 1 . At the club. Grand slams were bid and made at the May 15 party by mesdames Walter i. Brown Raymond e. Hatch Frank Raeburn Hilton Ridlon Frank Morrison and Howard Scott. Door prize winners were mrs. J. W. Allen mrs. Henry Baukat and mrs. Madeline Porter. Refreshment table decorations consisted of a Floral arrangement of daisies Jasmine pansies and ferns flanked by Bud vases containing snapdragons. The next party is set for june 5. Duplicate Bridge is played at the club every thursday at 1 . Members and guests Are invited. Library hours for May Are monday and Friday from 2 until 5 ., and tuesday wednesday and thursday from 9 30 . Until 12 noon. New officers installed College club history is reviewed in its five year lifespan the College club of Venice has grown from a Small social group of 10 women with similar interests into a mature organization which contributes heavily to the cultural growth of the Community mrs. Evert l. Perkins said in reviewing the history of the club at installation services tuesday. At present there Are 65 club members. The luncheon meeting was held at Venice yacht club. Officers installed by mrs. Perkins for the coming club year Are mrs. George Edmondson president m r s. Homer Fetzer vice president mrs. Donald Stevenson record ing Secretary mrs. Harry Hager corresponding Secretary mrs. George t. Of Connell treasurer and mrs. Fergus Hunter trustee. Mrs. Edmondson appointed the following committee chairmen mrs. Fergus Hunter program mrs. Roger Isth Ordog publicity mrs. Paul Webinga education mrs. Abe s. Mandel membership mrs. Evert l. Perkins civic mrs. Ward Wright Telephone mrs. Homer Fetzer hospitality miss Catharina Huntsman chaplain and mrs. Earl l. Pomeroy parliamentarian. First meeting of the new year will be on september 10, mrs. Edmondson said. Mrs. Donald Gilkison was luncheon speaker. She has travelled extensively in the Orient and chose As her subject a the Philippines a where she lived for some time while her husband was stationed there As Field director of the International red Cross. She illustrated her talk with color slides she had taken there and with numerous Art objects and curios which she brought Back with her. The Gilkison have their permanent. Home in Venice on Park Dale. But she and the children will leave at the close of the school term to join Gilkison who is now stationed at key West. Masons meet there will be a regular meeting of Venice Lodge no. 301, free and accepted masons. At the masonic Temple tonight at 8 . Bring along your local youth on Cecilian program members of Cecilian music society presented a program featuring 18 local Young musicians. Who received honors in the Seminole District Junior music festival this Spring As their last event for the week during National music week on May 10. The Musicale was held at Venice Nokomis methodist Church and was followed by a reception in the Church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Robert Merrill Cecilian president greeted the guests mrs. F. Reide Onley presented awards to the Young musicians All of whom had received excellent or Superior ratings or both at the Seminole festival conducted in Sarasota by the Cecilian society a Federated group. A musical theme was used in decorations for the social hour. Mrs. Merrill and members of the hospitality committee mesdames Clyde Higel Maxwell Cook and Hays wat Lington were hostesses. Youngsters taking part in the program were Mary Keeter Melissa Edmondson Helen Grey Karen Prevatt Debbie Dunaway Roberta Merrill who was the Only vocalist on the program and who also played a piano Solo Carolyn Jones Diane Petersen Janet Duke and Ronald Jones. Also. Hugh Grey Scott Cook Patty Johnson. Jerry Meadows Alise Angel Melody Wendt and Kathy Bard. The Young musicians Are members of either the Venice music club or the Macdowell Junior club. Teachers and Counselor Are mrs. James Hightower m r s. Clarence Wood and Scotti Benigno. Other events held during the week were the fourth annual youth festival held at the outstanding musicians a the above youngsters were honoured for their musical ability by the Cecilian society at a Musicale and social hour last week at Venice Nokomis methodist Church. Each presented a musical selection on the program. They were winners of Superior or excellent or both ratings in the recent Seminole music festival conducted by the Cecilian society under auspices of the National federation. They were presented with their awards at last weeks program. Photo by Ricker Venice Grange to meet wednesday night at acc Esthers of Venice will be hostesses at a Public card party thursday at 1 30 . At masonic Temple. Guests May play the card game of their Choice. A Small donation will be requested. Mrs. James Nixon is chairman and mrs. Floyd Neal and mrs. Clarence Tritt will serve As hostesses. Esthers card party to be thursday event a memorial Day will be the subject of the Venice Grange meeting wednesday at 7 30 p. M. At Venice civic Center mrs. Arthur Bower will be in charge and mrs. Lydia key ser and her committee will be in charge of refreshments. Same Church sunday May 5. Participating choirs were the Calvary reformed Junior choir Englewood methodist Junior choir Venice Nokomis methodist Junior choir and by first Baptist youth choir. Choir directors were mrs. E. W. Rayburn mrs. Otis sawn mrs. John r. Sanderson and Hubert Young. Accompanists were mrs. Clyde Trumbo mrs. Earle Blivin mrs. Sanderson and mrs. Douglas Arnall. The combined choirs presented the final number on the program. Featured soloists were winners of the 1961 and 1982 scholarship awards Given by Cecilian society misses Linda Abbott and Jennie Brown. They were accompanied by mrs. Law Mallard. Mrs. James Hightower played the prelude and postlude. Ushers were Roberta Merrill of the Macdowell Junior music club and Jane Witherspoon of the Venice Junior music club both of which clubs Are Federated. The offering at these annual concerts and at the annual adult choir choral festival go toward sending a student to the summer music Camp held at Florida state University in Tallahassee in july Winner of the award this year is Frances Webinga daughter of or. And mrs. Paul Webinga of Englewood. She is a Junior at Venice High school plays in the vhf band and sings in the vhf chorus and the Calvary reformed Church choir. Scholarship compete t i o n s were held May 6, with mrs. Maxwell Cook Cecilian member and scholarship chairman in charge. Judges were mrs. F. Reide Onley mrs. Hays Watlington and mrs. Curtice Saunders. Runner up was Patty Johnson daughter of or. And mrs. C. Johnson. Other contestants were Scott Hill Roberta Merrill and Leslie apathy. Sensational Channel e radio Chowc Coa by plays records As you go a even works a a upside Down a has a terrific a transistor Rad. With great a a a pull in Power j a ballroom size tone greater than a 14-transistor radio a stores twelve 45 rpm records Alpha 4 music amp appliance across from theatre 488-2618 service supreme ready to go a officers for the 1963-64 club year of the auxiliary to the no Vel Post 159, american legion were installed last week at the legion Hall. They Are left to right above mrs. Richard Sauerwine chaplain mrs. William Johnston first vice president mrs. Albin Johnson treasurer mrs. Arthur Bowers second vice president mrs. George Kaup president mrs. Kermit Wise sergeant at arms mrs. Carl Kirkley Secretary and mrs. George Hileman historian photo by Ricker at first Federal a savings accounts a mortgage Loans 9 construction Loans 9 Home improvement Loans a u. S. Savings Bonds a it travellers checks 9 Money orders a drive up Auto Tell a parking lot 9 Community Rook. First Federal in Venice 601 s. 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