Summer of 1973
In a Resort Realty Corp. ad for the new 80 East Condominiums, estimated weekly rental income for the summer weeks for the 3-bedroom, 2-bath unit was $300 per week.
Seafood platters and a famous pancake variety were advertised in the space occupied by Libby’s Restaurant in Fenwick Island.
Barney’s Britches on 15th Street was offering Clubman Sportcoats, Arnold Palmer slacks and Sperry Topsider shoes.
Among the items available at the Seaside Country Store and Antiques in Fenwick were homemade peanut butter, Vermont cheeses, homemade quilts and Christmas decorations.
At this time, there were seven area Ames Discount Department stores open year-round in the area, including Berlin and Ocean City.
Ed and Annette Altvater invited guested to their Route 50 House of Crabs, which was formerly associated with the National Pike Crab House in Baltimore.
Summer of 1979 Volume XXIV Edition 7 Issue Highlights This week’s “Resorter Girl” was 21-year-old Kim Waters, who was a waitress at the Hayloft this summer and was planning to travel to New York City to pursue a modeling career. She was photographed in Fenwick Island by Mark Bernard. Jarvis Real Estate was advertising “only five lots left” … Continue reading
Summer of 1962 Volume VIII Edition 8 Issue Highlights This week’s “Resorter Girl” was Sandra Glee Miller (Jones). An Editorial, “Pride In A Job,” read, “Perhaps the dullless, most unrewarding job in Ocean City is that of trash collector, and yet the men who perform this thankless task go about their business as proudly and efficiently as … Continue reading
Summer of 1955 Volume 1 Edition 1 Issue Highlights • This was the first issue ever of The Resorter. • The covers in the early days of The Resorter were quite different than the later years. At this time, it was published by Wm. A. Dryden and owned by the Eastern Shore Times. • Miss Ocean City 1955 was Lolita “Teensy” … Continue reading
Summer of 1979 Volume XXIV Edition 11 Issue Highlights • This week’s “Resorter Girl” was 19-year-old Jean McVeigh, an Arnold, Md., resident who took part in the Miss Maryland-USA Beauty Pageant held in Ocean City in March of 1979. • An article on real estate in Ocean City included Mallard Island, which “consists of homes in the $150,000 to $300,000” range. … Continue reading
Summer of 1969 Volume XIV Edition 3 Issue Highlights •The cover girl this week was Joanne Quick, who was also featured in the week’s Hess Apparel ad. •An advertisement for Captain William Bunting’s Angler Restaurant spotlighted the “new” 65-foot Angler boat, “built to our specification and fully equipped electronically. Captain Jack Bunting, your skipper …” •Oceanfront apartments in the Caliban … Continue reading
Summer of 1979 Volume XXIV Edition 6 Issue Highlights •This week’s “Resorter Girl” was Lisa Coffman, a 20-year-old Balti-more resident who was working at Phillips Crab House during the summer of 1979. •Gabriel’s on the Ocean was serving breakfast and lunch inside the Dunes Motel on 27th Street. •The Wharf on 128th Street was offering 20-cent clam or oyster on … Continue reading
Summer of 1963 Volume VIIII Edition 7 Issue Highlights The Adventure Floating Homes company was marketing heavily in Ocean City, offering a sample house that was open daily at Ship Café. An ad read, “A real honest-to-goodness year-around house that actually floats. Priced much lower than the average summer home.” The new Americana Motel on 55th Street … Continue reading
Summer of 1971 Volume XVI Edition No. 13 Issue Highlights This week’s “Resorter Girl” was Ann Nugent (the boy was not identified). The Aqua Thrill Circus was about to begin its nightly run at Ocean City Convention Hall. Two shows each night were being offered from July 30-Aug. 26. The Hurricane Nite Club and Lounge on … Continue reading
Summer of 1965 Volume IX Edition 6 Issue Highlights This week’s “Resorter Girl” was Terri Steele, who was also featured in Hess Apparel’s full-page ad. New at Frontier Town this year was a prairie dog colony, a wooded picnic area and U-Driv-Em goat carts. In the column, “Then I Wrote,” the Editor wrote, “One of the … Continue reading