Lions Serve 298 Dinners At Fish Fry ORANGE CITY George T. Clark, chairman, reports that 293 dinners were served at the Lions Club's fish fry. The fry was held last Friday night in the Orange City Fire House, with continuous serving from 4 to 7 p.m. THE COMMITTEE wishes to thank publicly the Rural Gas Co. of DeLand for furnishing the gas and connecting up the equipment, and also the Chase Co. of Sanford for furnishing the cabbage for the cold slaw and last but not least the women who made and furnished the home-baked pies. The members wish to voice their grateful thanks to the town officials for their co-operation in permitting them to use the fire house, because the fry was originally planned for the recreational hall. THOSE ASSISTING Clark in preparing and serving the fish fry were: Thomas Crews, Donald Leinfelder, Osman Thomas, Daniel Hoover, Thomas Cryer. Roy Miller, Clare Marshall Jr., James Donaldson, Alfred Bendwig, Alexander Konrad, George Kampe, John Cooper, Frank Fertsch, John Coppcn Jr., Arthur Bowkley, Jack Hyatt, Roy Tuckey, Norman Fancher, John Dawn and Howard S. Warner. The women who helped were Mrs. Osman Thomas, Mrs. Betty Bubek, Mrs. Clare Marshal Jr., Mrs. Thomas Crews and Mrs. George T. Clark. And two young men who were very helpful to the committee were Stanley Miller and Doug Clark in clearing the tables and running errands.