Winners of Christmas Lighting Contest listed: Jack Truan honorable mention Jan 1953
were G. the Members or hos- Lions Club Announces the Winners In Christmas Lighting Contest Here Deming Lions Club Tuesday night announced the winners of the Christmas Lighting Contest sponsored by the organization. Winners were on hand at the meet- ins to receive ftKr awards. The winners' v Residence outdoor -- K. C. Newland, Newland, first. Floyd Lawry, second; Bill Southm-d, Jack Truan, Claude rÂ» -- v _Â» T- i Â»T rv -v TT , J son, honorable mentions. Residence indoor--Mrs. R. J. Reed, first; %eib Adams, second; Claude Irwin ami Natividad Garcia, Garcia, both honorable menfions. Business division--Public Service Service Company of New Mexico, first; Brem Chevrolet, second; Elsie Vega Shop and Service Appliance Co., both honorable mention. Public Buildings division--Bell School, first; Country Club, tee- ono; LULAC (display at Mahoney Funeral Home park) and Denting High School, both honorable men* tkm. Harry Latham, chairman of Christmas Lighting Contest, presided presided over the meeting. Ted Russell enumerated the outstanding achievements of Lions Club during the past years. include helping bring natural gas into Deming, assisting in obtaining obtaining a new Post Office here, donating donating land for the new school north of the railroad tracks, help in developing Deminjt's park system system and sponsoring the annual lighting contest. Bill Southaid, chamber of commerce commerce president and the man heads up the Christmas program Deming, discussed developing a community personality. Roy Evans talked on future plans and possibilities of the Christmas lighting program. Serving with Latham on the Christmas Lighting Contest committee committee this year were Lions and Tony PMocky.