Daily News reader Loretta Necas, 93, of Naples Park thinks she knows the name of the mystery woman featured in this 1959 street scene from Fifth Avenue South. She appeared to be sweeping the sidewalk. Necas says the woman was Mary Foster, a friend who used to work at a variety store that saved Naples residents the long drive to Fort Myers for items such as socks at marked-up prices. Now, what was the name of the store? Look hard and you can see the time and temperature clock that was the trademark of the pioneer Bank of Naples, center left, that now is a three-story mixed-use building — still anchored by a bank. Submitted by Paul Lindabury of Naples. Readers with local memorabilia or clues to the woman’s identity are encouraged to call the Perspective editor at 263-4773.