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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, 17, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 VANEE LIVESTOCK LTD. FORT MACLEOD Direct line from 321-1477, LMDMdgt 321-7331 321-3211 "Livestock Dealers and Order Buyers" MttBBM lihaDBvaiel Tuaiaa4Mv M COMPLETE CATTLE'UNEH SERVICE buy fMdcra on all in Alberta Contact now lor your cattle. Energy savers John Eden, 68, of Chaska, Minn., says his team of registered Bel- gian horses is "good as any tractor and twice as reliable." The horses pull a corn binder. Tractois Equipment JAMESD.TUTTLE Sales Manager KAYEOTSUKA Bookkeeper DON DALKE President BILL HN ATIUK Shop Foreman ED HORAK Parts Manager John KNrfulk Mechanic South Alberta's TOTAL Customer Service Outlet From all gang at SOUTHLAND FORD we wish you a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SOUTHLAND FORD Peter KlMMn Mechanic 311 -33rrJ STREET NORTH, LETHBRIDGE FORD TRACTORS AND EQUIPMENT Concluded from Page 20 Showmanship award to Willie Balog of the Milk River 4-H Beef Club for winning best showmanship at the show on achieve- ment day. Grand Champion Calf Banner to Bruce Hillmer of the Del Bonita 4-H Club. Reserve Grand Cham- pion Calf Award to Willie Balog of the Milk River 4-H Beef Club. The regular meeting of the Whispering Pines Clothing Club was held Nov. 30. The members turned in their charity pro- jects for the Red Deer Children's Hospital. The members discussed the dance to be held on December 27 at the Twin Butte Hall and the oral skills workshop. Members decided to have their business meetings at 10 a.m. and work meetings at 1 p.m. The members were reminded of the demonstration com- petitions Feb. 8. At the second meeting of the Hoping Nimble Needles 4-H Clothing Club, members worked on sew- ing projects. Each member will give an article to the Southland Nursing Home as part of the club's "humanitarian service." The club will hold a dance in February. Members will sell tickets on a Phentex rug, Artex painting and ornamental birds. Marge Mitzel reported on the three-day 4-H conference held at Edmon- ton. Speeches were given by Janice Laqua, Bridgette Donovan, Verna Ehnes Diane Karl and Brenda Kolesar. Grassy Lake 4-H Beef Club will hold a Christmas tour and party Dec. 28 a> the Sherburne hall. Tfr tour will start at 10 a.m We will commence at John Matz's farm and end at Bob Fletcher's. Members must use tht figure 235 at the end of th school. Officers elected for the 1974-75 were: Henry Wiegman president; Collettt Vallieres, vice-president Tim Ashley, secretary: Duane Schmale, treasurer; Leroy Zoeteman, reporter Colleen Dersch, historian Melanie Foote, activit director; Ron Watmougf Willow Creek represer. tative; Alfred Vallieret club leader; Bob Zoetemai as assistant club leader. The club is very gratefu to Mel Foote for his pas five years of devoted wort as leader and assistar leader. There are 18 member, enrolled in the club thi year. The first show for th season will be the For Macleod Claresholr Breeders class to be he; Nov. 30 at 1 p.m. at th William Stronski farm. Christmas and we wish you the best of gifts: peace on earth, good will toward men: Thanks for your kindness and loyalty, 50001T8 Specialists in Superior Semen Lethbridge Phone 328-9671 ;