S H Lions Have Big Year Program Reviewing activities of the past season, members of the Sugar House Lions Club were gratified to learn of the vast program of charity that has been carried out successfully, acording to Lincoln T. Hansen, Lion's president. ) Through efforts of members $500 was raised the fore part of December for ChrisWas charity work, which has enabled the committee com-mittee to take care of a great number of families. The money was raised at the charity show staged in the Irving Junior High School. The Lions have an effective system of aid, Mr. Hansen said, with the charity committee securing se-curing names of families, making mak-ing investigations as to the need of the family, then taking each members of the family individually, individual-ly, outfitting them from shoes to hat then supplying a month's staple groceries. Large families are considered first and each member gets his share of the Christmas presents. Charity work is carried on throughout the year, Mr. Hansen said, and forty pairs of glasses have been furnished by the Sugar Su-gar House club to children who needed them but were unable to pay for them. These funds are raised from fines imposed on mem bers for various offenses. He also stated that this work would go on through the next year just as it has every year since the club was organized despite war conditions con-ditions that have arisen in the country. The local club considered it an honor to be cited by Lion's International In-ternational for the amount of funds the club was able to raise for Christmas. A picture of Cal Woolley, club treasurer, presenting present-ing President Hansen with a $500 check was mailed to the In-tenational In-tenational group upon their request. re-quest. Officers of the local club include in-clude Mr. Hansen, president; Louis Lou-is Rockwood, first vice president; Carl B. Hale, second vice president; presi-dent; Milton Chipman, third vice president, and Cal Woolley sec-'retary, sec-'retary, treasurer.