the they be a that pay-as-you-go of accumulate four to five on the the the will pri of a the in the are a P-TA a the P-TA the Birthday Celebrated With Family Barbecue By ANN LINDSAY ORANGE CITY .A birth day party for Delia Poirier was the cause of the family gathering in the barbecue area . the other day. Guests from Jacksonville were Gen. and Paul Peavy, Delia's daughter and son-in-law with children Patsy and Paul Jr. also Earl and Pearl Swanson. Other guests were Rose and Alfred Caron also Delia's son Roy and his Pat. Barbecue bergers, baked beans and apple cider completed the outdoor feast. A beautiful birthday cake adorned with pink and green rose buds was served with coffee later in the evening indoors. MEMBERS of the auxiliary to the volunteer firemen met at the home of Bud and Edna Marshall Wednesday night after the first door to door call on Orange City residents for funds to buy the resuscit-ator. The drive will continue through next Tuesday. Coffee was served along with the stories of incidents one met while making the calls. Ele-nore Thursby, auxiliary presi dent was quite pleased with the good response. Those stopping for coffee were Leola Freund, Mary Bowkl. Lillian Laird, Mae Bernasek, Mildred , Janusz, Gladys - Fertsch, Louise Thomas, Ruth Lane, Letha Dow, Mildred Coppen, Kay Cleveland, Winnie and Joann Crews, also Delia and Pat Poirier. JUST TO acquaint the voting public with the ballot found in a voting booth Harry Drake the push behind many a drive for Orange City has placed two sample ballots in windows for all to view. One is in the barber shop window and one is in the hardware store window. Two issues will be decided, the school bond and the hospital bond. Look the ballot over, make your own decision but vote, when Tuesday arrives. Several members of the Or ange City Sorosis traveled to tne district six meeting of the Florida Federated Woman's Club Thursday held in Pa-latka. A delightful luncheon was served in the spacious clubhouse of Azalea Gardens for more than 180 women. The business sessions were conducted in the Palatka Woman's Club house. From Orange City were Mrs. John Orchard, Mrs. Clare Marshall Sr., Mrs. Alva Havman. Mrs. Don Leinfelder and Mrs. Clare Marshall Jr. TWO MEMBERS of the Senior 4-H Club were on television over the weekend. They were winners in Volusia County for their record books on their chosen projects. Laurie Vavanagh and Angela Lindsay my daughter received lovely gold Dins and certificates for the year's work from John McLane, executive vice president of the Florida Farm Bureau. The delinquent of University Ave: is back home. Reginald the huge boxer dog of Elenore and Rodney Thursby has just returned from a stretch at the State, Road Prison Camp. He was oblivious to all orders, commands and training while going his own bluky way, so the trainer of the bloodhounds at the prison camp volunteered to train the big bruiser. He is at home and time will tell the tale. WE HAVE a brand new grandmother and grandfather in town. Helen and Gordon Brokenshire received a call from daughter Jean now Mrs. Cliff Moody of Washington, D.C. that a beautiful baby boy, seven pounds, four ounces arrived Thursday at noon. Helen teaches at Orange City School while Gordon teaches in DeLand at Junior High. Jean was a teacher until she awaited the stork and DeVeda the other daughter is on her way to becoming a teacher, she is a student at Florida Southern, Lakeland. Ivev Strickland has just re turned from a visit with her son Harvey Jr., Emory University, Atlanta, Ga. The occasion was Parents Day at the University. A complete tour, luncheon and program was given for the occasion. A COMPLETE surprise was the party given by 25 Sand-spurs and Warblers for the Fred Ashton's 25th wedding anniversary. The home of the Charles Nuticks was the ' set- tin? Delightful artistic con coctions of covered dishes, salad? and cakes of gourmet quality were displayed and enjoyed, so mucn so nus-bands refused chairs after- urarrti The Ashtons will also enjoy a beautiful Ixora in their yard, gift of the thought ful group. The little goblins and clowns you saw Thursday night at your front door were messengers of children throughout the world. The UNICEF drive was conducted by Marie Fagan. Congregational Church and Dolly Well-maker, Methodist Church. THE CHILDREN started from the Congregational Church at 6 p.m. and returned to the Methodist Church after 7 p.m. to turn in their money and enjoy a treat, games and just fun under the direction of the Rev. Ray Huff. Something new has been added to the. town. The first! snorkel type mail box has; been set in front of the Post; Office. You need never leave j your car to mail a letter and j Postmaster Howard Warner! says the other four will be j placed at strategic spots . around . town. j a a T.