The Caddo Herald
February 20, 1925
Lions Boosting Many Good Town-Builders
At Tuesday’s luncheon the Lions were entertained by Ramsey Seago with his harp and piano. His several numbers were very much enjoyed by the members. Mr. Seago is remarkably proficient in “tickling the ivory” being in fact a one-man orchestra.
Reports of committees were had. The Education Committee was given charge of the proposed district track meet which may be held in Caddo if proper arrangements can be made.
The Agricultural committee was given charge of the Free County Fair and will make more definite reports.
The Education committee announced that Lions Boland and Crossett would appear on the Washington Birthday program at the high school Friday afternoon. All Lions were urged to be present and many promised to do so.
Lee Hancock was chosen to represent the Club at the meeting March 9th in Oklahoma City of the Clubs of Oklahoma.
The Welfare committee was appointed to confer with the Civic Club regarding additional ground for the Cemetery.