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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta .Tuesday, April 17, 1973 THE IETHMIOGE 21 4-H News From Clubs In Southern Alberta Barons By Ronnie Shimck The Barons 4-H Besf Club held its regular meeting in the Barhffl School March 14. Cindy Lyckman and Scot Horfarth led in the pledge. Boll call was "Does your calf Then the minutes were read and the bills paid. Gienwood By Janet Lybbert The Gienwood Sew-What 4-H Club was called to order March 3 at r p.m. by vice president Gloria Layton. Mrs. Rice explained to mem- bers the importance of partici- pating hi the 4-H speech festi- val. She also explained how the members would be marked at the end of the year. Dei Bonita Bj' Darlene Jorgensen The Del Bonita 4-H Beef Club held a monthly meeting March JO at the Del Bonita School. Martin Hillmer led the pledge. After discussions, a clean-up committee was formed to look after the school. McNaliy By Rolf Janhsen The McNaliy 4-H Beef Club meeting was held March 7 with 17 members and two leaders present. Held in the McNaliy School, Janet Russell the meet- ing to order and Deanna Jar- okoski led the pledge. Each member gave a tip on grooming their animal as roll cell for the meeting. Barons-Noble By Bob Rogers The regular meeting of the Bai ons-Noble MiiHi Club was held in the Grade 10 room of (he Noble Central School March 13. The meeting was called to order by Perry Luehia leading the p'eo'ge. Roll call was an- swered by an "Irish Song." Minutes of the last maeting were read. Business arising from the minutes was dis- cussed. Business letters were read. A motion arising from one of the letters was to have a litter check for a club activity. A motion was made to write a county representative for more information. A planned Easter Tour was discussed. It will be finalized next meeting. The club photography leader gave a talk on photography and the trip to West Impromptu speeches were given by Diane Rogers and Willv Groten. Cowley By Sandra Brock-well The Timber Trails 4-H Sew- ing Club held a regular meet- ing during February and March with the main area of discussion judging procedure for 4-H projects, presented by leader Mrs. Fred Stuckey. The junior and serdor speak- was held March 24 in the Cowley Community Hal'. The club is plan-sing a walk- a-thon to raise money for club projec-'s. Couple hopes for profit 011 worm farm operation I WHITE ROCK. B.C. (CP) Bill and Carol Kruse of White Rock had a slight setback last fall when about earth- worms ran away from home. Siinnyside worm farm, to be specific. the pair started in early spring and now bawe about of the crtt- WATCH FOR Fairfield Appliance Ser- vices Ltd. Shag. Indoor- Outdoor Special in tomor- Lethbridge Herald. ters, give or take a handful. They hope to increase the pop- ulation to about two raJPion worms, all on their 2M- acre to make it a paying proposition. Oce thousand worms sell for The price structure may change slightly as business picks up. The Kruses will probably sell by the pound (two pounds per thousand) when the job of counting them out in- dividually gets out of band. "These earthworms aren't your ordinary said Mrs. Kruse, who claims they prove superior on the end of a fish hook. They wiggle vigorously in a fresh mountain stream for up to 40 minutes, and stay alive for three hours or longer if properly hooked. 'TRACTOR BATTERY SPECIAL' 10% OFF OUR REGULAR LOW PRICE ON ALL DIESEL BATTERIES ROM MAR. 1 TO APRIL 3O, 1973 Will you need Batteries? ACT NOW! IfTHMtlDGE IATTERY COMPANY 117 ST. LETHMIOGE Magrath By Ken Hillincr The Magrath 4-H Beef Club recently held its monthly meet- ing with Chris Lang leading the pledge. One minute impromptu speeches were given by Dale Gruninger, Diane Schneytier, Rocky Lang and Debbie Schneyder. The junior members had club speak-off competitions March ,21 with the senior members competing March 28. Ed Newton helped the mem- bers with judging techniques prior to a judging competition. The club will hold a battery drive with all proceeds going toward the Magrath Race Track. Readymade By Jim Ober The regular meeting of the Readymade 4-H Beef Club was held March 14 at the Ready- made School. The meeJng was brought to order by President Sherry Hrusfca. Kelly Redd led the club in the pledge. Gwen Miller won Hie senior member's speaking competition for the club with Diane Teni- pJeton topping the junior sec- tion. Judging the senior competi- tion were Harry Patching and Dennis Gibb. Barbara Bond and John Murray judged QIC junior competition. Turin By Terry Osfeen The monthly meeting of the Turin 4-H Beef Club was held March 14 with Eddie Wielland leading the pledge. The annual calf tour was held March 21 starting at the Korthius farm Members then visited the Wielland, Koenen, Oseen, Papworlh and Vegtor farms. A ham bingo was held in the Iron Springs School April 14 to raise money for club projects. Hoping Bfr Phyllis llobbs The Short Grass, 4-H Beef Club held its regular meeting on April 4, at the Hoping Com- munity Hall. The pledge was led by Barry Black and roll call was "Your new ear tag number." The members were informed of the 4-H quiz that will be given nest meeting The members were asked if they were interested in taking part with some other members of the clubs of the County of Forty Mile in an exchange tour with a club from Kamloops. B.C. The meaibars are reminded to bring their loaf of bread to the dance April 14. The band be the Four Jacks and the dence starts at 10 p.m. Every- one is welcomed: Cardston The Cardston District 4-H Council mealing was held in the Municipal Dislrict building with 19" present, representing seven clubs. Three members will visit Barrhead July 16 to 21 as part of an exchange. Four or five members per district will be allowed to go on the Colorado trip July 28 to Aug 6. Applica lions must be sent to Milo Barfuss, regional 4-H specialist with the provin- cial department of youth, cul- ture and recreation in Leth- bridge. Cost of the Colorado trip is per person. The trip is limited to persons 15 to 21 years of age. The next council meeting is scheduled for June 23. Buy a -SOUTHERN ALBERTA BUSINESS SAMPLER cdtii ditilictal 'ANIMAL CLINIC' STOCKYARDS LETHBRIDOE Phone Doily 8 a.m. to TO am. 327-8822 TARENTAISE CHIAN NA Alpine Ferroro Semen Available For All Breeds ASK ANY "RANCHER' WHIN YOU KNOW YOUR MUFFLER HAS A UFETIMi GUARANTEE, IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE! MINUTE MUm.CH INSTALLATION JH 4fft St. Optu m f.m. ;