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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta IS THI UTHMICOE HERALD TvtMtay, My 10, 197S 4-H club reports RAYMOND By Norms Wrigit Hie Raymond 4-H Beef held its meeting June 20 at 8 p.m. at the Raymond High School. UK pledge was led by Don- ald Takaguchi and roll call was answered by 25 members. A calf tour was held June 23. dub members win now be selling tickets on a calf raffle to raise funds for functions. GRASSY LAKE By Roy Brewin The Grassy Lain 4-H Beef dub held its regular meeting Hay 7 in thft Chamberlain School. Jamie M tod the 4-H pledge and roll call was tips on show- manship. A windup party wiil be held this month. The date will be set later. Da BONITA By Darfene Jorgensra The Del Bonfta 4-H Beef dub held its monthly meeting at the Ed Newton farm June 9. Members took their calro to the meeting to practice manship in the outside pens. They also capped tbt hooves. Some of the busy rammer activities include watching (be RCMP musical ride, a trip, a picnic and get togeBher win the Warner 4-H Beef Club and the show and sate. If your water is hard, corrodes pipes, stains fixtures, tastes bad then nothing in a can, box, or bottle can correct Culligan can. WE FILTER AND SOFTEN YOUR WATER BEFORE IT ENTERS YOUR HOUSEHOLD PLUMBING RESERVOIR FILTER SYSTEMS GIVE U? A CAUL AND SB HOW EASY IT IS TO HAVE UNLIMITED PURE WATER 327-7867 and say CULUGAN WATER CONDITIONING Off' (OTHBMDGE) LTD. Utllt. 1200 NORTH MAYOR MAGRATH DR. LETHBRIDGE FARM EQUIPMENT LTD 1263 SECOND AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGB PHONE 327-3888 AGENTS FOtt J. I. CASE DAVID BROWN TRACTORS DUAL LOADERS AND NOW ANDERSON RODWEEOERS SEE THEM ON DISPLAY NOW DAVID BROWN TRACTORS USED TRACTORS READY FOR THE FIELD Case 1470 Dsl. Tractor Case 1030 Dsl. Tractor with Cab................. 5800 IHCW6 Tractor with Cab....................... 450 Massey Harris 97 Dsl- Tractor 3100 Minn. Moline GVI Dsl. Tractor.................. 1850 Massey Haris 1100 Dsl. Tractor 5500 Cockshutt 1950T Dsl. Tractor with Cab and Duals Motor Overhauled......................... 6200 Massey Harris 97 Dsl. Tractor with Cab............ 3000 POT-LUCK by D'Arcy Rickard I Han to keep reminding myself the mountain isn't ours. Chief Mountain, that is. Gee, 1 love that pile of rock. What a magnificent mountain! Just great big pOe of vanished topsoil, just a part of that great rock garden of fee west, just a pebble i ntfae creator's shoe when I see it, or him, I know Fm close to home. Just look at Chief Moun- tain! I can see it from the window. What majesty! Words fall to evoke the prop- er sentiments. Will the Chief ever rise? Or does be sleep forever? But never mind. Chief Mountain ain't ours. It be- longs to Montana. It doesn't matter how much we pine for him, Old Chief wiU never be ours. Kind of like a great, granite chunk of unrequited love. Why don't we trade a buc- ket of water for the rock? Would Uncle Sam go for it? He's getting mighty thirsty. You know, Chief Mountain is really the only part of the U.S. I would like to have. You can keep (to rest, although Kanspett is kind of met, I had a soft spot for Portland, too. Kettle FaOs is kind of pretty. Coma to mink of tt, att that country looks mighty bright in fau wheo nature comes out with bar brightest colors which she for her shortest sea- I bate to tell you Oat but Chief Mountain is not Cana- dian. Never mind how many ofl paintings we do of Bun, be won't budge. You cant flatter him into rolling over. He's asleep on that side of the border. Grab aB the blankets it won't make any difference. Big gray mountain, 1 ad- mire you. I admire your sere- nity. You'll be there when everything else has blown away. You're Indian, part of your greatness. The wind cools your brow. The snow washes your face. Yon lie there, gazing into the endless reaches of fee uni- verse. Compared to the Ug ones, you're a short little off runt But Canada need! yon. Wake up and cross over. We an love you, Old Chief, A Warm CHINOOK Welcome to Everyone Attending This Year's Exciting WHOOP-UP DAYS July 16th to July 21st lehbridge Exhibition Grounds Be sure to visit the exhibits operated by THE CHINOOK ADVERTISERS! "Southern Alberta's Largest City and Rural Circulation" ;