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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 LETHBRIDGt iiiesday, June 25, 19.4 Southern Alberta 4-H Club news Club reporters are reminded copy should be typed, triple spaced. Include full name or two initials and surname for all persons mentioned in the story. Please forward copy promptly to The Chinook, Lethbridge Herald, after each meeting. Warner 4-H Beef Club scheduled a trimming day June 23. Lonnie Orcutt gave an impromptu speech at this month's meeting Aphid Ouster Club members brought their calves to the June gathering of Del Bonita 4- H. Bernie Powlesland trimmed the hooves. Achievement day was held Monday, June 24. Shortgrass 4-H Beef Club members discussed calf show and sale plans. A club camp is planned for July 8- 12 at Elkwater. Also a tour of Gold Butte and another to Drumheller has been arranged for the summer. A calf tour and judging session followed by a fami- ly picnic concluded Vaux- hall 4-H Cross Bred Club activities this past weekend. Achievement day will be held July 2 and 3 at Vauxhall Cameron Seegar has been voted delegate to attend 4-H Club Week at Olds Agriculture College this summer. Members are preparing for a trip to Spokane, July 8. f McNally 4-H Beef Club held a work day for making tack boxes, June 15. On June 30 the club will con- duct a hoof trimming ses- sion at the research station. Guest speaker for the June meeting was Cameron Platt who told members about 4-H summer camp oppor- tunities. Grassy Lake 4-H Beef Club will conduct a weigh- in at Taber prior to the club show and sale in Vauxhall, July 2 and 3. The final meeting of the Wrentham 4-H Multi-Club was held June 3. In beef they had their final beef test. In sewing, the leader read comments in the books and told the girls what Marilyn Tatem, dis- trict home economist, said about their garments and books The following are events that have happened, or will take place in the next few weeks: On May 25, the volley-ball tournament was played at the school, as scheduled. Members attended from Raymond and Readymade. On May 29, the 4-H sewing girls held their achievement day, at which time the baby quilt they had made META SYSTQX-R insecticide When late-appearing or migrating aphids move into your potato fields, give them a smack in their suckers with METASYSTOX-R insecticide Quick cleanup Absorbed into sap stream through leaves Systemic activity provides longer control Controls aphids resistant to chlonnated hydrocarbon insecticides For economical, effective control of aphids. spray with METASYSTOX-R Spray Concentrate Order from your supplier now HESPOHSEabilttf to you and nature. CHEMAGHO LIMITED 77 Cily Ccnlie Dnvc Show champion Heather Glen of Cowley with her prize animal which topped the Pincher Creek show. COMBINE MOTORS CHRYSLER INDUSTRIAL SIXES AND V8'S AVAILABLE FROM STOCK! For complete details contact: BAALIM WHOLESALE LTD. 205-10th Street South Phone 327-858? nr the nr WHIty YOU! was raffled off, and won by Cheryl Liebelt of Warner. On June 14, after members decorated their float for sports day, a wiener roast was held at Chin Lake. On June 29 members and families will go to Heritage Park, Calgary. The beef club has a show and sale in Lethbridge early in July. Heather Glen of the Timber Trail 4-H Beef Club, Cowley took cham- pion of the show with her pound Simmental Cross steer when Timber Trails, Cowley; Glenwood Multi Club and Foothills 4- H Beef Club of Pincher Creek held their achieve- ment day recently. Ken Hu'rlburt of Fort Macleod purchased the animal for a pound. Bidding was brisk on the animal, with political over- tones, when Sven Encksen. Lethbridge bid against Mr. Hurlburt. Reserve of the show was Wendi Jenkins' Hereford steer which weighed pounds and sold to Sven Ericksen for a pound. This calf from the Foothills Club also won the best Hereford of the show award, the Jenkins Ranch trophy. For Timber Trails, Heather Glen took the grand champion. Her calf had a rate of gain of 2.6 pounds. Reserve champion of this club went to Laurie Glen's pound Simmental Cross which sold to Ranchers Supply for .69c a pound. Heather Glen took first in Showmanship with Danny Larson second. In grooming Roger Pisony placed first and Laurie Glen second. The highest rate of gain for the three clubs was awarded to Roger Pisony of Timber Trails for his 220 pound Hereford steer which had a rate of gain of 3.06 pounds. He took the Cowley Feed and Supply Trophy. The Ranchers Supply award for the neatest kept stall was taken by Timer Trails out of the three clubs. The inter-club trophy for showmanship was presented by Bob Jenkins to Brenda Hochstein. Foothills Club. Glenwood's Multi Club under the leadership of Wallace Leavitt, saw Gary Quinton take grand cham- pion in their club competi- tion with his pound Hereford that showed a rate of gain of 2.55 Ibs. Carma Leavitt took reserve champion and third place went to Shauna Wood. In showmanship, first was Richard Smith and se- cond Teresa Rice. Richard Smith also took first in grooming and Gary Quinton second. Gary also had the highest rate of gain for the club, Richard Lowry was second with 2.45 pounds. In the Foothills 4-H Beef Club of Pincher Creek, Wendi Jenkins received the Royal Bank's silver tray with her grand champion Hereford calf and her brother, Frank Jenkins won the Credit Union Trophy for reserve with his Hereford Calf of pounds. Wendi's calf went on to win the reserve of the show. Lorraine Welsch took the Boss Zoeteman Award for grooming Donna Metzler placed second. The Civic Tire show- manship award went to Leslie Johnson, second Brenda Hochstein Wayne Hochstein's Angus showed the best rate of gain, 2.59 and took the Emery Bonertz award. Best Angus of the Club went to Jimmy Welsch who won the Buchanan- Hochstein trophy. Best Hereford went Wendi Jenkins who received the Hereford Association award. Judge of the Show was Ed Noad, showmanship judges were Art and Janet Watmough. M.C. was Gerald Thompson who also auctioned the calves in the evening Leo Robbins guided the Foothills 4-H Club through a successful year, Berwyn Pisony for Timber Trails and Wallace Leavitt for the Glenwood Club All clubs are grateful for all support given them. Agriculture abundance is a powerful force for world peace. North American farm products are helping relieve hunger and are promoting economic growth in newly developing countries as well as alleviating widespread famine. STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Strut S. PROM 327-3024 ;