to a 45, the S. by in of on of be at Orange City Blood Drawing Success Glee Clubs Gel Help On Request For Piano DELAND The Volusia; County school board will pay half the cost of a new type of piano needed by DeLand High School glee clubs and a repair job required on an auditorium instrument. Bob Auman, glee club i director, presented the case : to the board this week and i estimated the bill will be $1,100. Bids be asked. The Glee Club Assn. will pay half the amount. The present piano used by the glee clubs, which is a different one from that in the auditorium, is to be declared a spare available for placement elsewhere where needed. In other action the board told a delegation from Center St. Junior High School, Holly Hill, it would consider a 45 by 90 foot asphalt court that was wanted. Region Music Meeting Set At Stetson DELAND Approximately 15 Region seven delegates from member schools of the National Assn. of Schools of Music will be at Stetson University Friday and Saturday, according to Dr. Claude M. Al-mand, dean of the Stetson School of Music. This is the first meeting ever to be held in Florida. Region 7 includes Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. The association is the accrediting body for schools of music and Stetson has been a member since 1935. Dr. Kenneth Cuthbert, director of the department of music at East Carolina State College and vice president of the region, will preside at the business sessions. DIMES MARCH WILL BE HELD THURSDAY DELAND The Mothers Only classrooms have been built at the new school. The court would provide a place for holding physical education classes and outdoor activities, including basketball games. Correspondent Mrs. Dorothy Carrier has been named correspondent at Orange City for the Orlando Sentinel. She was formerly a writer for the Greenfield Recorder, Greenfield, Mass. Mrs. Carrier replaces Mrs. Kay Cleveland, who regretfully resigned because of other business taking full time at Sanford. Mrs. Carrier's phone number is SP 4-6741 or news may be left at her home, 420 N. Leavitt Ave. or at Central Barber Shop, N. Volusia Ave., operated by her husband. Sentinel Foto High School Seniors Sell Fair Tickets DELAND Seniors of the DeLand white, the Negro high school and of the one at Seville are to sell tickets to the March 4-9 county fair. Officials of the Volusia County Fair Assn. got tne idea of entering a partnership with the seniors since the fair is a civic affair. The school principals have expressed themselves as pleased that the seniors were called upon to help make the fair a success. The tickets will sell for X v fill Whole Area Helps Out In Program By DOT CARRIER ORANGE CITY A very successful Blood Bank was con ducted by the Orange City Chapter of the American Red Cross, according to J. Carman Inch, chairman of Orange City chapter's Blood Bank Program. The drawing was held Tuesday in Library Hall, with Dr. H. R. Wilber, DeLand, in charge. Dr. Wilbur was assisted by Miss Susan Martin and Mrs. Ralph Hoffman, of Daytonj Beach. CANVASSERS in charge of soliciting blood donors were Mrs. Harold Freund, Mrs. Rod ney Thursby, Mrs. Ted Hart, Mrs. Robert Millard, Mrs. Daniel Hoover and Mrs. Doris Taylor, all of Orange City, Miss Doris Faber of Enterprise, and Mrs. P. T. Piety of Osteen. Ausman Thomas and William Flynn are two that Mr. Inch would like to have publicly thanked. They are the behind-the-scene helpers who trucked all the equipment from the Red Cross headquarters to the Library Hall to make possible the success of this program. VOLUNTEER DONORS were Mrs. Edith Hawthorne and Rodney Sharp, both of DeBary, Mrs. Annie Tillman, Harvey L. Dunn and L. O. Hayman, all of Enterprise. From Orange City were George W. Sexton, Daniel M. Hoover, Tom Moody, James Naves, Mrs. Jean Davis, Donald Leinfelder, Michel Muysman, Mrs. Doris Taylor, John Cop-pen, Alexander Konrad, Frank Janusz, Francis Fertsch, Em-mett Solomon, John Marshall, Kenneth Werner, Frank Fraz-ier, Bruce Johns, Mrs. Theresa Leinfelder, Mrs. Anna Pertl, Mrs. Annie May Frazier. Mrs. Hilah Gleason, Mrs. Mildred Janusz, Mrs. Florence Soloman and John W. Carey. - THOSE ASSISTING on the volunteer staff were Mrs. Frances Galloway and Miss Ruth Everest, nurses; Mrs. Harold G. Carrier, nurses aide and Mrs. R. K. Millard, Mrs. George Clark, Mrs. Rodney Thursby, Mrs. James Donaldson and Mrs. J. C. Inch, clerical assistants. J. Carman Inch, chairman and James L. Donaldson were in charge of the canteen.