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Recor " 00Wedding Obituary --Barker - Kappelman Anker-Simmons Mr. Ronald Anker-Simmons, 72, a resident of Boca Grande for the past eight years, died on Sunday, Oct. 24 at Venice Hospital. Born in Henley, England, Mr. Anker-Simmons moved here from Marian, Massachusetts. He was president of three different companies - Hyduligum Co., Economy Tooling, Inc. and Anker Marine, Inc. He was Lt. Commander in the British Royal Navy from 1939-1945. He is survived by his wife, Bay, and a daughter, Susan N. Peterson of California. Rawles Funeral Home Heritage Plan Chapel, Englewood, is in charge of arrangements. The family requests that charitable donations be made in lieu of flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Barker, Shore Lane, have announced the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Joanna Elizabeth and Mr. Ronald David Kappelman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gill Kappelman of Euclid, Ohio. Joanna ("Jobeth") graduated from Charlotte High School and Santa Fe Junior College. Her fiance is a graduate of the University of Florida and received his law degree from Gonzanga University in Spokane, Washington. He is employed by the Spokane law firm of Malott, Southwell and O'Rourke. The wedding ceremony and reception will take place in December in Boca Grande at the Barker home. The couple will reside in Spokane. dack6Beverly Purtado 96"t-0863 convenience. Waterfront Property and Investments KNOW-IT-ALL The LOCATOR TM was conceived to maximize your time - both business and leisure - by providing thorough, beforehand information on desirable S.W. Florida real estate before you make inspections and to afford you the most direct transportatlon...helicopter, seaplane, boat or car (all tour details are prearranged). We can make your dream property become a reality and save you money...you'll have a good time, too! 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One of the big surprises of the evening came when everyone had to get out of the truck and walk down spooky Banyan Street which was haunted by some strange creatures resembling Warrena and Jeff Gaines and Gina and Gary Maltezo. With the support of the 75 or so people who attended the party, the Teen Club cleared nearly $100 out of the $177 they took in that night. Exercse Classes A six week exercise class is being offered at the Community Center on  Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7-8 p.m. The class is being taught by Betty Beardsley, a graduate of the University of Florida with a major in physical education. Registration is $20. A capable gymnist, Betty also will teach gymnastics if enough interested people sign up for the class. Parents Advisory Board A very important Parents Advisory Board meeting will be held sometime in December, Dee said, to plan the winter program plus fund raising and special events. Please watch the bulletin board or check with Dee for the time and date. 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