Fort Myers Press, Dec 5, 1922 Help on Road No. 2
ARCADIA WILL : HELP FORT MYERS: i - ON ROAD 12 Work iTo Be Dond Tomorrow Tomorrow On High-, High-, High-, wav z. i ALL INVITED TO LEND A HAND Volunteers Will Leave Here at 6 a. m. " ; , Arcadia , will meet Fort Myers half way tomorrow in assisting In putting State Road No 2, this city's only outlet to the North, in better shape. The Kiwanis Club of the seat of De-Soto De-Soto De-Soto County will meet the Kiwanis Club's members of Fort Myers and their helpers on this important . highway highway tomorrow and the day will be spent in putting in some hard licks on the road. , Instead of holding its regular week- week- -Iy -Iy luncheon-meeting luncheon-meeting luncheon-meeting at a cafe as Is the custom of the MWe - Builders," the Kiwanians and those who will volunteer volunteer to help them will eat luncheon Wednesday noon with the members of the Arcadia Club at the Bermont Grade. Each worker will provide his own lunch. , ; ; The local Kiwanians who did some, very effective work on ; State Road ' No 2 several months ago will leave the First National Bank corner at 6 o'clock ' sharp tomorrow , morning. . Each road worker is Yequested to bring along in addition to his lunch, a shovel with which, to smooth out some of the wrinkles and fill in the dimples In the highway. .Cars will be provided. . k ' ; '.'" C. P. Corrlgan authorized The Fort Myers Press to. state that he will serve hot coffee and doughnuts to 1 the road workers at , the Seminole Ropf, Garden on Jackson street from, 5:30 to S o'clock before their departure departure tomorrow morning.; He will appreciate appreciate the privilege of serving'all of the "We Builders" and their friends at this time. Mr. Corrigan, by the ' way, is also planning to spend the day at work on the road. - President Dick Richards will be there. "Allen G. Powell, the "sec; not insect" will be on hand; J. E. Fox-, Fox-, Fox-, worthy has declared his intention of handling a shovel; ll. C. Case, I. C. Curtright, Jim Pixton, Walter O. Shep-pard, Shep-pard, Shep-pard, M. M. Mllford, C. S. Shriver, L. A. Wingate, Capt. Ed L, Evans, and of, course C. P. Staley will be among the members of tomorrow's volunteer road gang. " A week from tomorrow, December 13th, the Kiwanis Club will elect its officers Tor the new year. The slate . prepared by the nominating committee ' follows eTresident, R, Q. Richards; Vlce-PreBiderit, Vlce-PreBiderit, Vlce-PreBiderit, V. G. Wldequlst; Treasurer. J.' F. Pixton and Trustee Walter O. Sheppard and Directors: D. S. Borland, H. C. Case, JE. Fox-worthy, Fox-worthy, Fox-worthy, Dr. A. P. Hunter, L. a Curt-right, Curt-right, Curt-right, C. P. Staley and M. M. Mllford. Ten members have presented another ticket made up as follows: President, R. Q. Richards; Vice-President, Vice-President, Vice-President, S. O. Godman; Treasurer, Allen G. Powell and Trustee, J. F. Pixton and Directors, Directors, C. W. Shriver, -W. -W. O. Sheppard, J. E. Foxworthy, J. I Orr, II. B. Hoyer, C.' L. Starnes and Capt W. F. Gwynne.