Dean Duncan - VP Lions Club 1957
Lions Cfub Hears Of British Tour Judge Spencer A. Gard spoke^— last night to the lola Lions Club on the highlights of his recent trip to England, Scotland-, and Wales. The meeting honored several farmers who assisted the Lions Club at the annual stock sale at the Allen County Fair. Also among the guests was Tom Maxwell, cpunty extension agent. Miss Janette Nokes of Welda, the winner of the annual Lions Club Junior College Scholarship, was a guest of the club and played two piano numbers. During the business meeting. Dean Duncan, local business man, was elected second vice-president, filling the vacancy created when Harry Ingels, former principal of McKinley School, moved to Kansas Kansas City.