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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tussday, Jung 13, 1972 THt IETH3RIDGE HERALD 7 Reports from south 4-H clubs head, heart, hands., health RAYMOND Quiz was given to members. Meeting was called to order. Pledge lead by Curtis Hancock. Minutes were read and ap- proved. T r e a s u r e-r's report. Dale Snow talked on the tour with Mag rath. lion Malycka gave a talk on the 4-11 curling. Theresa Kaupp talked on L e t li bridge public speaking competition. Moved Theresa Kaupp buy a cal'd for ill mem- bers Reid Sniejer. Talks were given by mem- bers who failed to talk at com- Days will be July 3, and 5. Books were banded in. CLUB REPORTER Theresa Kaupp fOUTTS The C o u 11 s International Light Horse Club met informal- ly June 1 at the Coutts 4-11 Arena to decide on a few sum- mer activities. The club will be riding in four parades: Warner, Coults, Raymond and Milk River. The ride-a-thon was postpon- ed from May 27 to June All ridect's are asked [o be at the hotel.in Coutls at 8 a.m. The ride will Ire 50 miles from Coutts to Warner and back and all proceeds will be donated to the chib. An open gymkahna will be held on Coutts Day, June 'M, after the parade. The club's Achievement Day will be held July 9. CLUB REPORTER Teresa Piltman FORT MACLEOD The monthly meeting of the Fort Macleod 4-H Beef Club was held May 6 in the United Church Hall. The meeting was called to order by Lea Zocte- man. Proper grooming methods were illustrated to the club members by the leaders and various reports were given con- cerning the new diess to be worn by the members and the decoration of the stalls on achievement day. Irrigationist named Junior speak-olfs were held with Connie Valliers placing first and Tcrasa Valliers taking second place. The meeting was adjourned and lunch was held immediately after the meeting. CLUB REPORTER .Wayne Zoeleman TABEIt Michael Putici called the rcg- .ular meeting of the Tabcr 4-H Sugar Beet Club to order on May 1, 8 p.m., at Us home. Twenty members attended. The pledge was lead by An- thony Klemcn. The minutes of the April meeting were read and adopted as read. Debra Donick gave a report on the swimming Kich- ard Cseke gave the treasurer's report and a report on the float. Cindy Badura gave the club reporter's report. The secret ai-y for Hie remain- der of the year is Cindy Bad- ura. There was a discussion about a tour in July of the plots and the plot signs. On the motion of Cindy Bad- tira, seconded by Billy Bran- dies, it was agreed that there will be social get-togethers In the montlis oi June, July, and August. The committee for the functions includes: Michael Pu- tici, Kichard Cseke, Anthony Klcmen, David Chonlosh, Deb- bra Donick, Billy Badura and Peter Brizinelo. Agnes Badura gave a speech on Banff. CLUB REPORTER Cindy Badura RAYMOND The meeting of the Raymond 4-H Beef Club was called to order at 8 p.m. by Beth Holt, in the Raymond High School. The pledge was lead by Cur- tis Dahl and roll call followed. A hunger-thon was stated as a success. It was moved the club buy some more barn supplies for Achievement Day. Crests were given out to new members. Hodden Murray of New Day- ton is donating a Welsh pony and halter to the club to be rattled off. CLUB REPORTER Theresa Kaimp "No Sales Tax" in these prices FARM SPECIAL 12v 50 amps. G.P.24c. 24 mo. war 6v 115 amps. G. P. 1 36 mo. war. !2v 70 amps. P.p. 24c. 34 mo. war. 12v amps. G.P. 24c 60 mo. war. LETHBRiDGE BATTERY CO. 217 IJlh St. 'B' South Phone 327-5587 Distributors of HART GtOBELITE _ DELCO A Lcthbridge native, Colin Nilsson has been named to the Medicine Hat office for the newly form ed irrigation di v i- Bion of the Alberta department of agriculture. lie worked for Oregon State University as a graduate re- search assistant in 1968 and the next year he went to work for Automation Industries Inc., an intern ation al engln oering and agricultural consulting firm. He has spent much time studying the ef f ec Is of us ing heated industrial waste waters for agricultural production. lie started work for the Al- berta government May 1, u -r _ boY _io tuf' w ot "oW, VxO" ?.io o'W 3io v 4JK Cor. 7th S. and 1st Ave, S. Phorw 327-1591 ;