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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January LETHBRIDGE HERALD-3 Southern Alberta 4-H Club The Barons 4-H Beef Club held their awards banquet recently. Top presentations were as join annual rauy win ne held Feb. 6 at p.m. in Vulcan, with Vulcan West Ensign organizing it. Each Grand champion is to prepare a six- Allan Goldridge Hutterite Colony has skit. Reserve champion 4 H Beef Club. Our club leaders are: heifer sale .will be Ross Eli Walters Sr., and Chester at the Vulcan arena, Top Charolais calf, president is George Walters; our vice 25, 1975. In attendance Irvine. Showmanship, Ed Shink Ed Ryan, student is Ben Walters; our secretary is Esther Walters; and our club reporter is Jerry the meeting was Dr. S. Van Maanen from the Bow Valley Veterinarian Clinic cillor at Kate club is made up of eight Brooks. He spoke about Coaldale, was our organization meeting in October diseases of speaker, John Trapp thank-ed the senior citizens worked on our record books at the serving the We meet once a month in our Readymade Chinook Dairy Club recently heard an held their meeting on planation on insurance 14. The club is pleased the marking welcome two new After the meeting Kathy club packed candy bags and Randy the Readymade Christmas The Christmas calf 4-H Beef Club ton, Holly Doenz, was held Dec. 21. After the its regular meeting Doenz, Darren tour a pot luck lunch was served at Miller's residence. A bottle 2. Junior and senior public speaking was plann- On Jan. 6, the Lethbridge ed for the near future. 4-H Light Horse Club Clubtime is brought to you in colour every week over the Alberta CTV was held Jan. 2. will be assigned by its monthly The fourth meeting of the Hoping Nimble Needles 4-H Clothing Club was held Dec, leaders. Jason Bartel reported on A tobogganing party was Christmas party activities held Jan. 4. Even a few including skating, tobogan-parents joined the fun. ning, presents and CFCN-TV if you live in the Calgary, or Lethbridge region. Broad- Marge MiUel reported attending a 4-H Conference, in Medicine Hat in December. The meeting was adjourned and we went to our units to After Marilyn Hudson, cast time: Sunday, Warner 4-H Beef Club president, informed us on a.m. met Jan. 4. The president the public speaking coming Upcoming programs and vice president were up, the meeting was ad- include: Photography, Jan. both missing, so Holly journed. The club broke up 19; Youth and the Law, Doenz was elcted as into small groups, with the Jan. 26; Provincial on our projects. Christmas gifts were exchanged for the meeting. executive as leaders, and Our meeting was held in discussed some questions the afternoon at Jim in their 4-H Feb. 2; After High School, Feb. 9; Reaching People, Feb. 16; Curling, two little visitors, after we 23; Small Engines 4-H r o sorting the bottles Mar. 2; You and acting as oanias. The fifth meeting of that morning on our bottle drive. The Timber Trails Multi Home, Mar. 9; Beef Industry, Mar. 16; Han- Hoping Nimble Needles 4-H Clothing Club was called to order on Jan would like to Club held its monthly thank all the people who meeting Jan. 17. Mar. 23; Indoor and Outdoor Gardening, It W3S decided to bottles. meeting was conducted 6; Easter Sunday The Short Grass Beef December 28, the ad- Brenda Dewart. We Mar. 30; Spring a thank you, for board made a tour cussed public speaking of all the members' calves, (which only two of Doors, April 13; Choosing Your Wardrobe, our CIUD 10 cu talked with each interested) and the 20; Man's Best r our memDers or tne Beef Club were present to help finalize plans for our Dance on Ralph Shaffer our club is taking. We reported on this trip and decided we would go to the made comments about the Calgary Rodeo Royal. April 27; Man's Best Friend RCMP, May 4; Water Fun and Safety, May 7, which the Sewing and feeding of the date has not been set 4-H Veterinarian We also discussed May 18; Adult and Beef Club are sponsoring, with Campbell's Doenz talked on next work day, Jan. 18. We the junior leadership also discussed attending May 25; Camping, June 1; JFW summer We derided to invite workshop in Lethbridge. talent show the June 8; 4-H other in Holly Doenz, Neal Herbst, Beef Club invited us preview, June 15. triS to this danre Helen Doenz and Hovey Reese attended this the following dates Provin- meeting, cial Speakoffs, Calgary, The members would like Taber 4.H Serviette Apr. 24, 25, 28. Senior Apr. to a swimming party Clothing Club meeting was 24, 25, Junior 26. Regional and the advisory board will held on Jan. 14. Speakoffs Burdett Apr. trv. arrange Kelly Keister.gave a talk 18. District, Hoping Hall, Mrs: "oenz. and Hollv about bedrooms. Seniors Apr! 11. Bow an explanation on. The hostesses were Island, Juniors Apr. 4. we record Tajcnar and Louise Speeches were.given by books. Mrs. Doenz led in a Machacek. Next meeting Mueller, Elaine short period of public will be Jan. 28. Sturtevant April speaking. Those regular meeting of Vauxhall 4-H Mixed Beef Club was held Jan. 10 at in Vauxhall High School. Leslie Johnson opened the meeting. Bradley Odland led the 4-H pledge. Betty Geers gave us the treasurers' report. Terry Maureen APril Garber and Amber Davld Nemeth, and Christine Unruh gave speeches to the Wiggell. Lunch was served Shaffer, Merlyn Flamond, Lomond 4-H Club attend-by Brenda Kolesar and Todd Shaffer, Kevin ed the Ice Capades The tour was set for Jan. Janice Laqua Douglas, Sandy Warbur- Calgary, Jan. ;