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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihursduy. April 27, 1972 _ THE IETH3RIDGE HERALD 19 Reports from 4-H clubs head, heart, hands, health WHENTMAM Tlic WrcnllKim 4-1! Beef Club licM ils meelini; hi (he Wrcii- Iham School April 3. The clubs public speak-off-; wore held in the Wix-nthjmi School March 29 :il 7 p.m. with Clinrlcnc More- land (akiiij; first for her topic on wars ami Cindy llnbek tak- ing second for her topic games, both in the senior group. In the junior group Carole l.astuka took first place for her topic Watorlon Park. Tim Jones took second for his topic mountain climbing. Beef ami Light-Horse The Beef and Lighl-Horsc held a joint meeting. Discussion in- volved the kind of meat that comes from the different parts of the steer. Clothing _ The Clothing Club discussed making a plain col- larless dress or other article. It can fiave sleeves or a zipper but imisl not be fitted. CLUB REPORTER Susan MncKonyie READVMADE Tlic regular meeting of the lieaiiymade 4-H Beef Club was called to order at 0 p.m. in the lieadymade School by Wendy Miller. Collin Reid led the pledge. Roll call was answered with every member doing a pantomime. Bonny Stnnko moved (he treasurer's report adopted as read. It ivs, seconded by John Loliuis.. _ The junior leaders gave their reports. Mrs. Kaval suggested the gate sign competition. Tt was decided that we would have the same rules as last year and all gale, signs should be completed by'June 10. It was decided lo keep the same sliirls for Achievement Hay as last year. Mrs. Kaval was to got shirts and crests for tho new mem- bers. The record hook was Ihen held with attendance pins handed .out. CLUB lUCPOriTKR Sherry Ilruski) RATIONS The meeting was opened with lirepda Fxihto leading the pledge. The roll call for this meeting was what have you learned in 4-H. It was suggest- ed that hills from a previous and the insurance for calves be paid. The edncnlioniil tour ami achievement day were discuss- ed and pTan.s are being made. CLUIJ RKPORTEH Gerald Karvlr IlAKON.S-NOnU! The regular meeting of (he Uarons-Noblc 4-H Multi Club was held March 10 at the home of It. Uodgcr.s, with vice-presi- dent Tim Melntosh in the chair. Fred Ilann opened the meeting with the pledge. Eas- ter tours were discussssd and it was decided we would inquire into touring the Txithhrirtge Community College, University of Lcthhriclgc and the Stewart Game Form. We will be hold- ing a Pancake Supper with a pancake eating competition April 21, in the Noblcforrt Legion Hall. The winners of tlie public speaking competition held March 24; in the art room, of the Noble Central School were: senior division; Wanda Luchia and John Orotcn. Junior divi- sion; Perry- I.ucliia and Bob Ilodgers. They will compete in Lothhridgc in the district finals April 23, C1.VII REPORTER Owen I.iichia CAHTXSTON A calf tour and picnic will be held Fanner's Day In June for (he members of (he Card ston 4-II Doef Club. Site of the picnic will be Lion's Park in Cardston. Tins was decided at the April meet- ing of the club. Dae Jackson took first place iu the junior members section of the public speaking competi- tions. Lori llinman placed sec- ond. In the senior section, Narda llinman was first with Jeff Court second. The meeting was called lo or- der by club president Narda llinman. Terry Sheen lead the pledge. CLUB REPORTER. Gary Stanford FOREMOST The .Short Grass -1-JI Beef Club held ils annual pubHc speaking eliminations Marcb J5lh. The are: Senior class Debbie Lee, Colleen Dixson and Dcun Laqua. .Junior class Douny C-ar- ber. Uremia Kolesar and Tim- my Herbsl. The Tonstmastcr Club judged the senior group. Mr. Malliison, Mr. Mnlschler, and Mrs. Paul- ine Taylor judged the junior group. The Short flrass 4-11 Beef Club also held its annual call tours April 3. Starling at Sid Blacks, the members travelled lo all the homes, weighing the calves with the county scales, ending at Ralph Lee's. CLUB REPORTER Debbie Lcc HORGUS DRY GOODS LTD. Milk River Ph. 647-3S11 We have a complete slock ol MEN'S WORK AND WESTERN BOOTS TABER FROZEN FOODS LTD. TABER PHONE 223-2633 Relail oncl Wholesale Moats Custom Beef Special, Apri] 10 May 10, 1972. QC A'" Head.......... Tuesday thru Fl [day every week. USED MACHINERY FOR SALE l-IHC MODEL 100-12 FOOT PRESS DRILL I-JEFFROY CHISEL PLOW T3 FOOT 1-15 FOOT CCIL DISCER WITH SEED ATTACHMENT 1-15 FOOT MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE DISCER 2-14 FOOT CALKINS ROD WEEDERS FOOT JOHN DEERE 500 ROD WEEDER 2-12 FOOT IHC END DRIVE ROD WEEDERS 1-MODEL HC 21 FOOT NOBIE BLADE SHUR CROP SOIL SERVICE LTD. Box 38, VULCAN Phone 485-2331 485-2333 SIMPSONS-SEARS Slightly Damaged 12 ft. 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