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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -----Monday, April 2, 1973 THE IETUBRIDGE HERALD 13 Southern Alberta 4-H Club news Borons By Ronnie iShimek The Barons 4-H Beef Club met at the Barhill School Feb. 14 with Lome Charlesworth leading the pledge. A practice session was held for public speaking competi- tions. The club is selling tickets as a f u n d raising project. A radio is the prize for the upcoming draw. Foremost By Lenora Van Staalduine A regular meeting of the Prongborn 4-H Beef CJub was held Feb. 20 in the Foremost School. Jerry Van Staalduine led the pledge. The 4-H club will supervise the Antique Display during the Foremost Diamond Jubilee cel- ebrations in 1973. The club will host the Coun- ty of Forty Mile public speak- offs for junior members April 6 A trophy will be donated by the club for the winning mem- ber. Foothills By Kevin Tooby The Lethbridge Foothills 4-H Light Horse Club held its monthly meeting recently at Sunnyside School. The meeting was called to order by vice-president, Doraa Pavan. There were 17 in at- tendance. Subjects discussed were: a raffle, trail ride and a riding clinic. After the meeting the club held its public speaking contest with three judges from the Gilbert addresses Lions club STIRLING (HNS) The Stirling Lions Club's charter night was held at the school recently with District Gover- nor Ken Gilbert of Montana speaking. He was introduced by the zone chairman Jerry Kirch- ner of Lethbridge. President Andy Kupecr wel- comed members and their wives and also guests from Wrentham and Lethbridge. Donald Christensen was master of ceremonies. A gift of a silver-inlaid tray representing the Stirling Lions Club's 25th anniversary, was given to Air. and Mrs. Gilbert. Mayor Clifford Hirsche pro- posed the toast to the women and his wife, Dorothy, gave the response. Entertainemnt consisted of an acrobatic number by teen- agers Land Hirsche and Don- na Christensen and a skit by a number of other teenagers from the village directed by Mrs. Eva Pengilly. MECHANICAL ROT Nutrients leaking from corn damaged mechanically at har- vest or shelling time attract PyUrium fungus which invades the seed and rots it. Agriculture Canada research- ers have found more than Z per cent of the kernels in some seed Ms been damaged saecbanicaBr. Lethbridge Toastmasters Club adjudicating. Results were: Seniors, San- dra RebalMn, The Runaway Horse; Darlene Douglas, Bar- gain Basement Buys; juniors. John Pavan, A Trip to St George's Stables at Calgary; Natalie Rebalkin, My First Horse Show. Lunch was supplied by Mrs. Rebalkin of Vulcan., Wrentham By Vivian Hirsche The regular meeting of the Wrentham 4-H Multi Club was held March 5 at the Wrentham School. The pledge was led by Charles Hubek and Dianne Las- tuka. Impromptu speeches were presented by Jim Hubek, Gayle Edwards, and Darcy Erickson. Different projects were then taken on. The girls in the sew- ing club worked on their pro- ject books and discussed ideas for the demonstrations. The beef club members learned about the different food substances used to feed cattle. Be sura to visit CAPITOL FURNITURE'S Westinghouse APPLIANCE DISPLAY At... AG-EXPO FEATURING TODAY'S NEWEST TIME AND LABOR SAVING APPLIANCES "YOU CAN BE SURE IF IT'S WESTINGHOUSE" Convenient Terms Available! Phone 327-8578 supEniar ma tar TRUCK CENTRE HWY. 3 EAST, TABER 1969 T-80O 120" C.A., 391 engine, S speed and 4 speed auxiliary, full air, original miles, owner's name available. Truck Centre Special..................SS5OO BRAND NEW 1973 FORD IN 750 W.B., 391 engine, dual exhausts, 5 speed Clark 282V trans 10 x 20 x 10 pry rubber, 18500 2 speed rear oxle. 7000 front axle. 1966 IHC 1800 SERIES 120" C.A., V-8, 5 speed, 2 speed axle. Truck Centre Special S28SO GET YOUR ONE BEST DEAL! 1973 FORD F-500 330 V-8, 4 speed transmission, 2 speed 15000 No. axle. Complete with steel bcx and Renn hoist. Truck Centre 1971 EORD IT 9000 Tractor, 250 super Cumminss, 13 speed roadronger, rear bogies, front axle, new rubber, completely air conditioned end ready for the Job. supermi motor 1959 MERCURY MOO V8, 4 speed, 2 oxle, 14' box and hoist, ready for the job. Truck Centre Special..................S1S5O (TABER) LTD. Phone 223-3537-Direct Line ;