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Venice News (Newspaper) - November 12, 1926, Venice, Florida Page 4 THE VENICE NEWS G. LA. DELEGATES AREENTERTAIED ATTERRACEHOTEL (Continued from Page 3) pink basket filled with salted nuts, by Manager Hazen Titus, as a token of his hospitality. Following the luncheon the guests were taken to the Mira Mar Beach Casino, where they frolicked in the Gulf, played bridge in the Casino and visited on the wide veranda there. Many strolled down the hard sands of the beach and expressed themselves as captivated by the beauty of Sarasota Beach. The following women were those who enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Cummers and the hotel managements. Mesdames C. C. Brownell, Portsmouth, Ohio; H. E. Wright, Rock Island, 111.; P. F. Casey, Quebec, Canada; H. W. Bradley, Atlanta, Ga.; Charles Barns, East Hartford, Conn.; R. G. Game, Atlanta, Ga.; W. C. Quil-lim, Spencer, N. C.; W. 0. VanPelt, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Kathrine Mussel-inan, Oinberg, Wis.; E. E. Busby, Venice, Fla.; J. C. Watts, Covington, Ky.; B. W. Kauibole, Buffalo, N. Y.; J. J. Doyle, Houston, Tex.; James R. Turner, Alberton, Pa.; Ezra Reicheldor, Tamaqua, Pa.; Joseph Brophy, Botletown, Pa.; E. J. Smith, Pittston, Pa.; T. Hoch-ieiter. New York city; W. H. Hach-ieles, New York city; William Sig-afas, Pittston, Pa.; W. J. Davison, Savannah, Ga.; W. W. Bruner, Covington, Ky.; A. I. McFarland, Kane, Pa.; H. Weitzel, Hazelton, Pa.; J. R. Lewellen, New Albany, Ind.; Fayetta Brobst, Berwick, Pa.; Frank Feign, Buffalo, N. Y.; 0.‘E. Briggs, Zephyrhills, Fla.; Thomas McCaskey, Zephyrhills, Fla.; E. A. Bigler, Wheeling, W. Va.; E. J. Bullard, New Rochelle, N, Y.; Eugene F. Thachman, Cleveland, 0.; J. F. Meier, Venice, Fla.; Albert •Greens, Cleveland, 0.; H. P. ;Daugherty, Cleveland, 0.; P. W. (Cutler, Venice, Fla.; and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Armstrong, Mam-amneck, N. Y. Eat Their Own Fish Catch Here UNION MEETING AT VENICE ATTRACTS WIDE INTffiEST' Officials and speakers at the recent B. L, E. Convention held at Venice. Front Row: T. J. Bissett, assistant chief engineer ; George T. Webb, executive vice-president Brotherhood Investment Company, and president of the Venice Company; Governor John W. Martin of Florida; W. B. Prenter, president of th^» Brotherhood of Locomtive Engineers, R. G. Game, chief of Southeastern Division and E. L. Worthington, vice-president and treasurer of the Venice Company. Back Row:    Bronson    Batchelor, vice-president and secretary of the Venice Company; S. H. Huff, assistant grand chief engineer; Herbert J. Drane, United States congressman from Florida; C. E. Lindquist, general secretary B. L. E.; H. P. Daugherty, second vice-president B. L. E.; Stanton Ennes, general manager B. L. E. Realty Corporation and L. G. Griffing, first vice-president of the B. L. E. (Continued from Page 3) sion. Opening officially Sunday afternoon with addresses by Governor Martin, Congressman Herbert J. Drane, Mayor Bacon of Sarasota, R. G. Game, presiding officer and other officials of the Brotherhood, the convention ran the gamut of convention activities and included a banquet, fishing, swimming and boating parties, a clam bake, a fraternity meeting for B. L. E. members only, motion pictures of Venice in the making and culminated Tuesday afternoon with a stirring address by Herman A. Dann, president of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce. G. I. A. Entertainment The G. I. A. members were entertained at a dance, several bridge parties and boat rides. Not one but that she expressed before leaving that Venice was the queen city of them all when hospitality was to be considered an advantage. First Trip Not only was it the first trip to Florida for many of the delegates but it'likewise was the first opportunity ever afforded a majority of them of seeing and speaking with the grand officers of their order. This feature alone, according to numbers of the delegates, was worth their trip to Florida. Jeweler Reminds That Christmas Is Rapidly Approaching Eating the fish they caught themselves was a popular pastime during the convention. Three such enjoyable fish dinners were held this week at the Rainbow Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bothwell, Portsmouth, 0.; Mr. James Maddox, Louisville, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Reichelderfer, Tamaqua, Pa.; Lawrence V. Byrnes, Philadelphia, Pa.; Joseph F. Randall, Paducah, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lewellan, New Albany, Ind.; Mr., and Mrs. E. A. Bigler, Wheeling, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. F. Feigu, Buffalo, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. William Wright, Jr., Altoona, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. James Eichom, Aragensett, L. I.; Nella B. Pascoe, president Venetian Realty Compapy, Venice; Mr. and Mrs. Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, Savannah, Ga. WORTHINGTON BOYS HOME E. L. Worthington, vice-president and treasurer of the Venice Company, announced yesterday the purchase lof a home on Venice avenue from Carey and Walters, local builders. The “Do Your Christmas Shopping Early” signs have already appeared on many a merchant’s window. “Think how much better the postal authorities and their families would enjoy the season without the everlasting holiday rush,” Joe Bush, prominent Sarasota jeweler said yesterday. “Why don’t people try the ‘shop early’ plan just once.” Mr. Bush carries a full line of jewelery and watches. Venice visitors in his store are always welcome. Don’t Miss It! In our next issue the “Cold, Hard Facts About Florida Farming” will be outlined by Frank Parker Stockbridge, noted author and Venice resident who is a recognized authority on farming conditions in this state. “Beautification and Beauty” by Prentiss French, nationally famous landscape architect who gives his ideas on city beautification work at Venice, will be another interesting feature in our next issue. Miss Pascoe Busy With Sales Projects Nella B. Pascoe, president of the Venetian Realty Company, states that she is actively engaged in handling several large deals which if culminated will react advantageously both to herself and to the city. Miss Pascoe was formerly a successful real estate operator in Tampa. She is a cousin of Hon. Herbert J. Drane, a recent Venice visitor. May Establish An Out-of-Door School Here In Near Future FAMOUS BAND TO PLAY IN CITY FOR SPRING FESTIVAL Fine Boxing Card Staged In Sarasota Sarasota got its first taste of boxing this season Thursday evening at the Machinery Hall, Sarasota County Fair grounds. The fans are yelling for more. Staged under the auspices of the American Legion with George London directing, it was one of the peppiest boxing cards ever turned loose in South Florida. Two knock-outs featured the evening’s entertainment. The next bouts will be staged Thanksgiving night, according to London, who plans to schedule matches every two weeks throughout the season. Plans are well under way for the establishing of an out door school in Venice. Mrs. Frank Warren has donated the use of her yard for the school and there are already 11 parents who have signified their intention of sending their children there as soon as the school is an accomplished' fact. Mrs, Warren and Mrs. Fred Albee are both active workers for this project. They are consulting with foremost authorities on the subject of out door schools, and expect to have it run according to the most modern methods. The length of the session has not yet been decided upon, but it will probably be from about nine to three, with an hour at noon for lunch. A light lunch will also be served in the middle of the morning. A school of this sort will be of inestimable value to Venice, and the plan is receiving the support of the leading Venice citizens. “Advertising is the life of trade.” —Coolidge. Advertising in the columns of the Venice News pays. (Continued from Page 3) vince the great band leader that in Venice big things are done in a big way. Is Business Man Bohumir Kryl is not merely a great artist. He is a business man. He is president of the First Na-' tional Bank of Berwyn in Chicago and is a director in several other successful business organizations. His enthusiasm over Venice was not offhand. He spoke as a shrewd business man. Makes Records Thousands have heard Kryl’s phonographic records. Florida this winter will have the pleasure of hearing the symphonic band at its best. Daytona Beach will be host to Kryl until March when the director will bring his players here for the festival. GOOD ATTENDANCE AT NOKOMIS CIVIC CLUB LOST OR STRAYED Lost or strayed, big bay horse about 16 hands high. Reward for information or return to J. C. Hunt. The Nokomis Civic club met Thursday evening for dinner and a business session at the Nokomis Coffee Shop. About 40 boosters were present and M. R. Dunn, president of the Nokomis Chamber of Commerce, was in charge of the meeting. PRACTICE NEXT WEEK The Tee club postponed its regular Thursday meeting this week because it fell on Armistice day. Next Thursday they will hold the regular practice game, and the monthly tournament will be two weeks later. The club has just elected as pres-    ) ident, Mrs. Frank E. Warren, as vice-president, Mrs. Brearley; secretary, Mrs. O’Donnell, and treasurer, Mrs .Fagin. The 35 members of the club meet every week for practice games, and once a month for a tournament and luncheon.    ^

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