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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihursiluy. April 27, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Reports from 4-11 Hubs head., henrh hands.. WHENTIIAM Wreiitliain -1-1] Dcef Club hetd its in (he Wreu- lluini School April 3. The clubs public speak-offs were held in Uin vScliuol March 29 ;il 7 p.in, with Charletic Morc- Uiiul taking first for her topic on ami Cindy Hnhck tak- ing second for licr topic games, both in tfie senior tfroup. In Hie junior group Caroln LnsLuka took first place for her lopEc Watorlon Park. Tim Jones look second for his lopic mountain climbing. Ueef and Lighl-Horsc The Jleef and Light-Horse held a joinL meeting. Discussion in- volved Ihc kind of meal that comes from Ihe different parU of the steer. Clolliing The Clothing Club discussed making a plain col- Ini'lcss dress or oilier article. H nave s lee vcs or a zipper but must not be fitted. CLUH IlK Susan MnrkcnyJe ItUADYMAUE The regular meclinp of Hie Ttcadymadc 4-II licet Club was rallofl to order at 0 p.m. in the Headymade School by Wendy Miller. Collin Reid led llic pledge. Roll call was answered with every member doing a pantomime. Donny Staiiko moved "he treasurer's report adopted as read. TL ws seconded by John I.ohuis. Tlic junior leaders gave their reports. Mrs. Knval tod tlic Male compelitimi. It was decided Mint we would have the .same rules as las I year and all Hale signs should he completed by 'June 10. It wns decided lo krcp the same shirls for Achicvemonl Pay as las I year. Mrs. Kavat wns to got shirls and crests for new mem- Ijor.s. The record honk was Ihen held wilh attendance phis handed .out. CLUB UKPORTKR Sherry Ilruska IJATIONS The meeting was opened wilh llrcnda leading the pledge. The roll call for tins meeting was what have you learned in 4-II. It .suggost- Ihat hills from a previous and Ihc insurance for calves he paid. The lour and iit.'liievemonl day wen- tlisouss- ed and plans arc made. CLIJIJ BICPOKTKIl flenilrl 11AHONS-NOKLF. The regular mocling of the Unrons-Nohle 4-11 Mulli Club wns liehl March 10 at the hnmc of U- Rodders, with vice-presi- dent Tim Mclntosh in the? chair. Fred Harm opened the meet wilh (he pledge. Eas- ier tours were discussssd and it was decided we would inquire inlo Louring the Txitlihrirtgc Community College, University of IjCtlihridgc and the Stewart Game Farm. We will be hold- ing a Pancake Supper with a pancake eating competition April 21, in the Nobleforo1 Lepion llnll. The winners of the public competition held March 24, in the art room, of the Noble Central School were: senior division; Wanda Luchia and John Groton, Junior divi- sion; Perry I.uchia and Bob Ilodgors. They will compete in in the district finals April 23 Owen for thr members of the Caul slon 4-11 Bcof Club. Site of the will he Lion's Piirk in Cardslon This was decided at the April meet- ing of the club. Rac Jnckson look (irsl place in the junior members set-lion of Hie public speakinp coinpeli- lions. Lori placed sec- oucL Li the senior section, Narcln Hinmnti first with Jeff Court second. The meeting wns called to or- der by Hub president Nardn Ilinixinn. Terry Sheen lead the pledge. CLUE RKPOHTKH. Gary Stanford The Sboit Grass -l-II Hccf Club huUI ils annual jnibMc speaking eliniiiiations March 151h. The arc: Senior class Debbie I.ec, Colleen anil Dcjn I.aqun, Junior class Donny Gar- ber, Uremia K'olesar and Tini- my Ilerbst. The Tonslrna.slcr Club judged the senior irroup. Mr. Mnlhison, Mr. MulschU-r, and Mrs. Paul- ine Taylor .111 divert Ihe junior Kl'oup. Tlic Shorl flrass Beet Club also licM Hs annual calf lours April at Sic] Illacks. the nicmher.s lo all the homes, weighing the calves with Hie county scak-s. ciuliny al Ralph Lee's. CLU11 Uin'OKTRU Dclilnn Lcc HORGUS DRY GOODS LTD. Millt Rivor Ph. 647-3011 We have a com pie I e slock el MEN'S WORK AND WESTERN BOOTS TABER FROZEN FOODS LTD. TABER PHONE 223-2633 Retail and Wholesale Cuslam Beef Special, April ID May 10, Tuesday thru Fi iday every week. USED MACHINERY FOR SALE 1-IHC MODEL 100-12 FOOT PRESS DRILl. t-JEFFROY CHISEL PLOW 13 FOOT 1-15 FOOT CCIL DISCER WITH SEED ATTACHMENT 1-15 FOOT MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE DISCER 2-14 FOOT CALKINS ROD WEEDERS 1-14 FOOT JOHN DEERE 500 ROD WEEDER FOOT IHC END DRIVE ROD WEEDERS 1-MODEL HC 21 FOOT NOB1E BLADE SHUR CROP SOIL SERVICE LTD. Box 38, VULCAN Phone 485-2331 485-2333 A calf lour and picnic wil be held Kfiinicr's Day In Jun SIMPSONS-SEARS Slightly Damaged 12 ft. Deluxe TRADE IN YOUR BOAT MOTOR NOW Aluminum boot weighs 123 Ibs. and has o capacity Tor 660 Ibs. RalcJ for 15 H.P. motor. 3 keels, foam flotation. 3 wooden sears. SlJimlard Shnft 6 H.P. Oulho'iii'd Motor Red. re-wind slarlino, Ihe molor has Autcnialic temperature ronrral. ranoe. Slow Ifoll to nvfr M m.p.h. Weighs only 51 Ibs. 4.5 H.P. Ted Williams Air Cooled Oulhonrd -Vlolor Reg. 1199 Dciigncd for snioolli IrollFng and quFol troublrt-froe opera lion. Develop 5 o full HP. for extra ipend ond more push ing power. Weight only 33 Ibs, Qualify Co.sls No More al Simpsons-Scars STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday ond Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 318-9231 ;