Award Presented at the!recenlly completed clubhouse whirh wat marlp nrwsihlp i " 1 Dr.llar8ely the generosity of ! in retiring 39 a in 87, received the received Orange City Lions Put New Slate In Office retary-treasurer; John K. Hyatt, tail twister; Harry Grueshaber, Lion tamer; Alfred H. Bendwig and Norman Fancher, two-year directors; John E. Marshall and Thomas' H. Crews hold over for one-year directors. Orange City Lions number 29 with 25 of the organization being cited and presented pins for 100 pet. attendance over a 12-month period. Those named were Clifton Arnold, Aflred H. Bendwig, Jerry jBernasek, Arthur Bowkley, By ANN LINDSAY ORANGE CITY The Lions of Orange City met Saturday night for their annual ladies' night and installation of new officers. It was the first time for many of the wives to view the Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ailing, both of whom were present at the meeting. Toastmaster John E. Mar shall greeted the 65 Lions and their wives. Invited iThomas H. Crews, Thomas W. guests were introduced as Crews, Thomas Cryer, John follows: The Rev. and Mrs. William Fagan, Earl Ziebarth, international counselor and Mrs. Ziebarth, Pierson; Howard Jernigan, district governor and Mrs. Jernigan, Orlando; Dallas Duppenthaler, district governor-elect and Mrs. Duppenthaler, Winter Garden. EACH YEAR one Lion who Dawn, James L. Donaldson, Norman Fancher, Francis E. Fertsch, Daniel M. Hoover, Albert H. Hufford, John K. Hyatt, Frank Janusz, Alexander Konrad, Donald Leinfeld-er, Clare Marshall Jr., John E. Marshall, Elmer L. Miller, Nip H. Trentham, Howard S. Warner, Roy Woodward. ALEXANDER KONRAD, re- has contributed of self and jtiring president, expressed toward the advancement of j his sincere thanks to all Or- the local organization in alljange City Liohs for their co- fields is honored. Norman operation during his term Fancher was selected unani-j office and, with best wishes, mously to be presented the turned the gavel over to El-'for achievement award for the'mer L. Miller, new president. 1958-59 year. i Following the dinner all New officers for the 1959-60 women were presented with t0" iClub year ' corsa2es m shades of 8old- president; John Dawn, first: orchid and white mums which us:v"-c f'"iui,,i-i "vj iy wic i" Wain- :aiu. saunu vc jiv.uCm,iin uuiary JldH. Francis E. lertsch, third vice trans- president; Thomas Cryer, sec at Post To Meet Willi Auxiliary Miss Barbara Hyatt, the Orange City entrant in the recent Seaside Fiesta, was congratulated on being among the group of 10 finalists in the beauty contest.