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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta TuMday, January 22, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Southern Alberta 4-H Club news The Foothills 4-H Horse Club of Vulcan has ap- pointed Brian Husby responsible for entertain- ment and Aileen Husby responsible for programs. The club plans a clinic at St. George's Stable, Calgary on Feb. 23. Mrs. Rebalkin gave a demonstration on how to clean and buy the proper tack. Barons-Noble 4-H Club has announced an awards night for February 16, reports member Gwen Luchia. Earl Herresvele gave a short talk on. photography at the December meeting. Readymade 4-H Beef Club held its second annual meeting Dec. 12, 1973. Impromptus were given by Harvey Dyck, Colin Reid, Gwen Miller, Ken Slezina, Jim Ober, and Kim Hranac. .Following -that Mrs. Kaval gave us an explanation of the in-' surance and marking system. Mr. B. Yates, a veterinarian, gave us a talk on diseases common at this time of the year. Members of the Timber Trails Multiple 4-H Club have prepared skits for a party, developed photographs in a dark room, planned sewing ac- tivities and scheduled another meeting for Feb. 6. Impromptu speeches by Allan McCoy, Holly Doenz, Arlyn Herbst, Sharron Shaffer, David Nemeth and Warren Minion were presented at the January meeting of Warner 4-H Club. Lethbridge 4-H Light Horse Club has set June 23 as the date for a club achievement day. Don Sckielke completed his program on feeding horses at the January meeting. Lethbridge Northern 4-H Beef Club met Jan. 7 at Picture Butte Municipal Library. Record books were hand- ed out and then Chris Haney explained to the new members how to fill them out. Mr. Hormoth discussed the possibility of getting calf insurance. Impromp- UNIVERSAL ENGINE REBUILDERS PARTS 312 33rd StrMt North For all your automotive mach- ining specializing in gasoline and diesel engines Complete Engines Cylinder Heads Crankshafts in stock: WE HAVE THE LOWEST OF WESTERN CANADA OUR SERVICE AND WARRANTY IS THE REST! 24 hour service on most work Special Discounts Given For Companys and Farmers All Inquiries Phone 327-0922 tus were given by Susan Haney, Steve Hormoth, Ann Wood, and Peter Vander Heyden. Barons Beef 4-H Club held their banquet at the Community Hall in Barons. Guest speaker was Ken Hurlbert, Lethbridge MP. Awards were presented to the following: Linda Akitt Pioneer trophy for grand champion and also the Barons Hotel trophy for the top rate of gain. Ross Charlesworth was presented the Egland trophy for reserve cham- pion. The Royal Bank of Barons presented Eddie Skiemk with the show- manship award. Terry Ivine was presented the efficiency trophy by the Barons Elks. Linda Akitt was also presented the top charolais -trophy by Mr. Akitt. A delicious supper was prepared by the mothers and served by the Barons senior citizens. A reorganization meeting of the regional 4-H council was held December at the Administra- tion Building, Lethbridge. A new executive for the coming season, was elected, including as follows: Raddy Rogers, president; Barbara Bond, vice-president; Cheryl Jakareak, secretary- treasurer; Jim Ober, coun- cil reporter. At the meeting the coun- cil discussed the return ex- change visit from Colorado 4-H to take place in the first part of July 1974. Also 4-H members from Edmonton will be on ex- change here in the district and will be billeted out in the district. This will take place in the week of July 22, 1974. Discussed was the leaders workshop, which is to be held in January. No specific date was set. Junior leader workshop is to be held in conjunction with the senior leaders work shop. Public speaking workshop at the end of January will be open to all 4-H members. As in the past 4-H members com- peting in-the bonspiel will be given pens. Next regional council meeting to be held-in February. The Barons-Noble 4-H annual inter-club Christ- mas Bonspiel, saw the brother-sister team of Dale Ham and Cathy Ham of the Park Lake club skip their rinks to a tie for top spot. The tie-breaker placed Cathy in first spot, as she sat her rock on the button. P.O. BOX COUTTS HIGHWAY LETHBRIDQE PHONE 328-9671 MAIN! ANJOU "ciinic-calf Ow flnt purebred ton to go into A.I. Anfou showing poMit- M brMd MW pteWMd to offer tor Ml P.T.R. CUNIC 8 E iwwwt addition to Southern Bull Battery VIAL DOWNTOWN 608-3rd Am. S. floods '..BIG mourn AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT Continues tillJanuary 26th! ALL linrKFY CTIPIW ARLBERG 101 HOCKEY STICKS IN STOCK 190-195-200 c.m. 95 PRICE! rr 24 ALL STEP IN SKI BINDINGS 20% Off 25% Off SALE Write For Price List CO-OP HATCHERY 525 4th Si. S. Alberta Phone 327-3679 SALE ALL SKI BOOTS IN STOCK SALE You Always Do Better, At: Craft Pin AnillMt! OpMTBI 9 Nitjrttl Downtown-606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 IN STOCK Price ALL SKATES IN STOCK No Trades 25% OFF! ;