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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, December 17, 1974 Club reporters are re- quested to type news copy triple spaced. Be sure to identify your club and please give the reporter's name and telephone number of items submitted to Chinook. Thank you! Two members of Lethbndge Junior Forest Wardens Club recently received recognition for club leadership and camp- ing skills. Tom Miklos, 16, and Elaine Tymensen, 15, were saluted for their efforts following a provincial forest wardens camp at Hinton during August. To become an instructor, Mr Miklos had to work his way to the Gold Tree level. Purpose of the club, ac- cording to Miss Tymensen, is to prepare young persons for safe enjoyment of the outdoors and to provide some knowledge of forests from Richardson Gould Ltd- Vulcan, Alberta phone 485-2211 SPECIALS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON INCLUDES A 1972 FORD TON XLT 4 speed, air conditioning...... WWWW See us for... SKYLARK TRAILERS AQUARIUS MOTOR HOMES JOHNSON SNOWMOBILES VERSATILE EQUIPMENT NEW HOLLAND EQUIPMENT WHITE EQUIPMENT CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE CARS and TRUCKS Barons Noble 4-H Multi Club have named a new ex- ecutive: Perry Luchia, president; Marty Atkinson, vice president; Bob Rogers, secretary; Harry Groten, treasurer; Eugene Groten, club reporter; Darin Wobick, librarian; Reese Mclntosh, historian; club leader, Mr. T. Groten. Awards night has been set for March 1, 1975 in Nobleford Legion Hall starting 6 p.m. The Cardston District 4- H Council had its first meeting on Oct. 24. Topics discussed were the possibility of having a leaders' workshop in Card- ston, the leaders' conven- tion to be held in Edmon- ton and a beef club calf obow and sale in Cardston instead of Lethbridge. Elections were held with the following put in: president, Charlie Barnett; vice president, Grant Baker; secretary, Carol Gilstrom; treasurer, Ralph Salt; reporter, Mary Draper. November 6th will be a Beef Club Leaders' meeting if they are in favor of having the show and sale in Cardston. Leaders are to let Charlie Barnett know by November 1, 1974. The McNally 4-H Beef Club held their second an- nual banquet and awards night Nov. 8 at McNally School. The turkey dinner was prepared and served by the McNally Women of Unifarm. After dinner, Mr. Ackerman of the Toast- masters Club, spoke to us about Success. The awards were presented by club leader, Brian Murray. The regular meeting was held Nov. 14 at which time fund raising projects were discussed. The weigh-in day was set for Nov. 23 at the Research Station. Club president, Naomi Sugimoto, demonstrated how to keep record books to the new members. The Rocky Ridge Riders Horse Club held their first meeting Nov. 15 under the leadership of Lynn and Maxine Reeder. The committee for the club was drawn up for the year 1974-75. The new officers elected for the coming year are as follows: president. Kathy Pontarollo; vice- president, Don Kerr; secretary. Cheryl Leavitt; treasurer, Joanna Payne; reporter, Brian Watson; historian, Grant Gales. On Nov. 23, the first ac- tivity of the year was a horse tour on which 12 horses were checked. The group ended the tour with a pizza supper. The activities for the rest of the year are as follows: December, snowmobil- ing and toboganning; January, ice skating; February, regional bowl- ing and public speaking; March, recreational night and a play; April, horse judging; May, gymkhana; June, achievement day; July, regional camp; August, regional horse show. Cardston 4-H Beef Club held the annual banquet and awards night Nov. 16, 1974, with sixty-two people attending. The Treasury Branch trophy for the grand cham- pion calf was won by Larry West. He was also presented with for the best new feeder. CO-OP FEED MIL 235 36 ST. NORTH, L1THBRIDQE ticice For the second successive year, sisters Maureen and Linda Garber won the team de- monstration contest at Lethbridge 4-H rally. Both girls are members of the Hoping Nimble Needles 4-H Clothing Club. The Canadian Propane trophy for reserve cham- pion calf was won by Gordon Neilson. The trophy for show- manship, donated by the club members was won by Gary Stanford. The Canadian Propane trophy for best rate of gain was won by Terry Sheen. The Jackson family trophy for Junior public speaking was won by Rae Jackson. The November meeting of the McNally Tailor Tacks planned a bake sale for Dec. 7 at the College Mall, and a Christmas Par- ty Dec. 14. The monthly meeting of the Coutts 4-H Light Horse Club was held Nov. 21 at the Civic Centre. A discussion on "feed costs" resulted in the deci- sion to record actual costs by the individual members rather than a set fee which was used in past years. Hopefully this will help our members learn more about feeding their horses as economically as possible. Record books are to be started in Nov. We decided that we would exchange Christmas gifts at the December, meeting and that the gifts should be on a "western or horse" theme. 4-H Beef Club held its an- nual banquet on Nov. 21. The awards were as follows: Kathy Hormoth, grand champion steer (73- Barb Haney, reserve grand champion steer: Chris Haney, showmanship award; Sue Boras, proficiency award and record keeping award. On Dec. 2 we had our monthly meeting where public speaking was dis- cussed as was the snow- mobile party and food hamper raffle committees appointed. The Taber 4-H Sewette Clothing Club meeting was held Nov. 26. The club planned a Christmas party at Joanne Oddies, on Dec. 10. The next meeting will be held on January 14, 1975. The Kiwanis 4-H Beef awards luncheon was held Nov. 26. Awards included: District record book com- petition award, to Naomi Sugimoto, of the McNally 4-H Beef Club. District judging competi- tion award to Holly Doenz, of the Warner 4-H Beef Club for the highest score in judging beef animals. Best group of four award to the Del Bonita 4-H Beef Club for having the best group of four at achieve- ment day. The Lethbridge Northern Continued Page 21 ;