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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD April 30, 1974 Here are the FACTS The Lethbridge Herald "CHINOOK" Published Every Two Weeks MORE RURAL and Farm Households than ANY OTHER Similar Publication. contains a pleasant Bal- ance of interesting reading for everyone PLUS Informa- tive Advertising Messages. We Invite You to Place Your Advertising Message where it will be sure to reach the greatest number of and urban households. CO Delivered to Rural Southern Alberta LARGEST RURAL COVERAGE BY FAR Total Rural and Lethbridge City Circulation is Copies a Herald Sales Representative Now and Place Your Advertisement in the Next Chinook! The Lethbtidge Herald CHINOOK "Serves the South 4-H Club news Hoping Nimble Needles 4-H Sewing Club met at Hoping Community Centre in February. Roll call was an idea for achievement day theme. Talks were given by Verna Ehnes, Amber Wiggill, Brenda Kolesar, Kathy Fauth, and April Degenstein. The junior speak-offs were held on March 20 with first place going to Diane Karl, second to Janice Laqua, and third to Sheila Scratch. The senior speak-offs were held March 28 with first place going to Melody Mueller, second to Rita Kana, and third to Theresa Nayhor. The club met again March 27, with Bridgette Donovan acting as chairman, and Rhonda Kana as pledge leader. Lethbridge 4-H Light Horse Club speech contest winners were: junior section, Dianne Curtis; senior section, Liz Stillwell. At our regular monthly meeting we decided that because of the difficulty in obtaining the correct material to make vests we will now buy matching shirts. Instead of our usual tour of horses we plan to hold a clinic and discuss member's horses during the same afternoon. Cardston junior speak- offs were held in March and were won by Rae Jacksen of the Cardston Chinook Beef Club. Colleen Hoyt of Del Bonita Beef Club placed second. Cardston senior speak- offs were conducted in April, with first place taken by Brenda Hoyt of the Del Bonita club. The annual Barons-Noble 4-H awards banquet was helJ in the Nobleford Lc Hall recently. John Groten introduced guest speaker, Gordon Colledge, and Willie Groten thanked Mr. Colledge for a very entertaining speech. Awards were as follows: Southern Alberta Co-op trophy to the top junior speaker Gwen Luchia. The Vanee Livestock trophy for the top senior went to Wanda Luchia. The Noble Sales and Service trophy for the top field crop went to Harry Groten. Mr. E. J. Konynenbelt, Alberta Wheat Pool representative for District 107, presented Stuart Rogers with a trophy for the best rod row crop. The Noble Sales and Service trophy for the best garden plot went to Reece Mclntosh. The J. I. Case trophy for the top achievement day garden display went to Henry Schultz. The Bank of Montreal trophy for the top achievement day grain display went to Bob Rogers. The Pioneer Grain trophy for the best achievement day grain sample went to Perry Luchia. The Noble Sales and Service trophy for the best photography display on achievement day went to Perry Luchia. The UFA trophy for the best sign went to Reece Mclntosh. The Royal Bank trophy for general proficiency went to John Groten. The club speak-offs were held recently and the junior division was won by Benita Groten and the senior by Perry Luchia. TRY OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT FOR SPECIAL OME LIMITED TIME ONLY DEAL SPRING TUNE UP SPECIAL Replace Spark Plugs, Points Condensor, P.C.V Valve, Check Compression, Check Oil Pressure, Check Plug Wires and Distributor Cap, Scope fnOtor.-Set Ignition Timing and Set Up Carburetor LOW LOW PRICE 15 [ PLUS 55 (6cylindtr) FORD LIFETIME GUARANTEED SHOCK ABSORBER SPECIAL FORD LIFETII PER PAIR INSTALLED HEAVY DUTY Apply 10 rttoM can and light si rwir mil (TABER) Come in, take advantage of these low prices! Come in and meet our new service staff! RwiwmlMr "We IMwi bettor md CMI tor Appointment tottay PkN Cnvw, SffvlM HmfW 223-3597 ;