Party Planned Sorosis Club Elects Of ficers For 1959-60 6y ANN LINDSAY ORANGE CITY The So rosis Club of Orange City met this week in the clubroom of Baseball League Organized ORANGE CITY-The real izatlon of many a youngster's dream has come true, an Orange City Junior League (baseball) has been formed, Men from all walks of life have joined their combined talents to promote a super vised summer recreation in baseball for boys between the ages of 9 to 14. The Town of Orange City has given $50 toward the pur chas of equipment, some of which has been bought. Lynn R. Davis, principal of Orange City School, has been named treasurer of the league with other business men expected to be active when the schedule is announced. Dickinson Memorial Library to elect officers for the com ing year. , They are: Mrs. Alva Hay man, president: Mrs. Clare Marshall Sr., first vice presi dent; Mrs. Don Leinfelder, second vice president; Mrs. Robert Cleveland, treasurer; Mrs. Ann Lindsay, secretary; Mrs. Mary Nathan, correspon ding secretary; Mrs. S. P. Cole, auditor. Mrs. John Orchard, presi dent, gave a report of the re cent state convention in Jack sonville which she attended. r I' I f a, i KEN WERNER, Ben Han nah and Dan Jacobson are coaches of the Redbirds with practice each Tuesday at p.m. Clarence Lane, Alva Hay-man and Everette Meyers will coach the Lions at 5 p.m Wednesday. Percy Kehrly, Warren De Pew and Davis are coaches of the Tigers who practice Thursday at 5 p.m. PRACTICE sessions and workouts are on the school grounds. The back field has just received a load of clay to make a more desireable ball diamond. An umpire, Al Burke, was also selected and several wil be needed as more than 60 boys have registered for the Orange City Junior League HELP-Fr. Pfl. 1 MRS. PATRICK Byron, also attended the convention and spoke glowingly of the ac complishmehts of Women's Clubs and of things open to the Orange City Sorosis Club members. Mrs. Alva Hayman and Mrs Don Leinfelder also attended the convention. The Scout uniform re quested by Scout Troop 144, has been purchased by the Sorosis Club and presented o the troop. Mrs. Jerry Bernasek, Can cer Drive chairman, announced the volunteer workers have met with a good res ponse and the drive will con- in ue through April. MRS. PATRICK Byron, ways and means, presented plans for the May Day Party, May 2, in Library Hall which starts at 7 p.m. The May Day Party, will combine a summer style show, easy care and glamour ous hair styles, casual west ern wear and southern sun fashions. Following the styles, a card party for tables of four will take place with a strawberry, ice cream and cake dessert course to be served. Mrs. P. Byron has as co workers for the May Day Party, Mrs. H. M. Rodgers and Mrs. A. Hayman, tickets and card party; Mrs. C. Mar shall Sr., Mrs. Gordon Bro kenshire and Mrs. Rodney Thursby, refreshments.