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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta .Tutsdoy, June 26. 1973 THE LETHMIDGf HERALD 19 Southern Alberta 4-H Club news McNALLY By Rolf Jaoersen Janet Russell called our re- gular meeting to order and Deanna Jarokosky led the pledge. RoH call was the final weight and selling price of our calves. Brian Murray spoke about what would happen at the Ex- hibition Grounds. Deanne Jar- okosky moved that we shave our calves June 30, and follow- ing that, have a show of our own. MILK RIVER By Lanny Doenz Brian Liudeman called our June 7 meeting to order and Leanne Wehlage led the pledge. Roll call was the name at movie. Ramona Thlelen gave the treasurer's report and the yearly trip was discussed by the committee. A talk was then given by Ross McCoy and we bad a quiz. GRASSY LAKE By Roy Brewin The Grassy Lake 4-H Beef Club held its regular meeting May 7 in the Chamberlain School. Elizabeth Hannah led the 4-H pledge. The club entered a float in the Taber parade. Mr. Hudson. Mr. Matz, Kerry and Kevin Brewin -were in charge of the float design. Darryl Gross gave the crest committee report. LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN By Barbara Haney The Lethbridge Northern 4-H Beef Club held an executive meeting May 23 at the WaKer Boras residence. A change in uniforms was discussed but no decision was made. The floor plan for the float was discussed, including possi- ble materials which could be used. It was suggested tM a sys- tem of working bees be set up lo complete the float. Members have been asked to save old magazines, newspap- ers and catalogues. PINCHER CP.SEK By Lorraine Welsch The May meeting of the Foot- hills 4-H Beef Club was held in (he M.D. Building in Pincber Creek. The pledge was led by Wanda Murin. Achievement Day was held June 11 in the Pincber Creek arena. Participating clubs in- cluded Glenwood, Cowley and Pincher Creek. David Bruder was the winner of the trip to Olds with Lor- raine Welsch first runner-up and Leslie Johnson second. TIMBER TRAILS By Sandra Brockwell Timber Trails 4-H held their 3rd annual achieve- ment day in May at the Cowley Community Hall. The program started with Christine Lank as master of ceremonies, Debbie Delinte leading O'Canada, and Lyle Douglas leading the 4-H Pledge. Mrs. Buries presented the photography girls with 4-H pins and the boys with 4-H tie clips. Mrs. Thibert presented the first year sewing girls with 4-H pins and the rest of the girls with 4-H spoons. Almost all of the girls went up and modelled the garments they made. Mrs. Marr and Mrs. Stuckey gave the judges com- ments, and Linda Brockwell gave the thank-you to the judges. All members then sang the grace and God Save The Queen, which was followed by the tea. The regular meeting of the Timber Trails 4-H Multi-Club was held May 7 in Livingstone School, Lundforeck. Roll call was "what we learned in 4-H this year." Heather Buries' application was accepted and she wUl be going to Colorado. The meeting was then ad- journed. DEL BONITA By Rosella Jubasz Terry Powlesland led the pledge to open the April meet- ing of the Del Bonita 4-H Sew and Sew Club. The club tour included stops at the Wool Carding Mill in Magrath. the Catelli plant in Lethbridge, the University of Lethbridge and the Stewart Game Farm. Winners during the Achieve- ment Day, held May 5, were awarded trophies. The class, followed by the first, second and, if named, third place winners were: Efficiency Vicki Powles- land, Pam Mehew, Deanne Hen- ry: project book Pow- iesland. Kathe Mehew, Shan- non Fames. Unit 1 Powlesland, Pam Mehew; Unit 11 Deanne Henry, Carrie Bowen: Unit IV Lorraine Leish- rnan. Senior public speaking raine Leishman, Terry land; Junior public speaking Carrie Bowen, Vicki Powles- land; team demonstration Rosella Juhasz and Deanne Henry, Kathe and Pam Me- hew; posters Deanne Henry and Rosella Juhasz. TURIN By Terry The annual Turin 4 H Beef Club was held May 14 with John Kortbouse beading the pledge. Plans were finalized for the club's float. It is to be decor- ated at the Papworth farm July 4. The scheduled 4-H trip to Colorado this summer was slut discussed. STANDARD FARM BUILDINGS WESTERN LTD. Now m Lethbridge to Serve Southern Alberto and Area Locally Roof lights Groin Vents Wdk-in Doors Optional Special Introductory Offer Regular Butyl Rubber Caulking Fiberglass Door Panels 40x44 Steel Buildino Ends and Door NOW 2615 SPECIAL PRICES AVAILABLE ON ALL SIZES FROM 25' TO 70' WIDE LENGTHS ARE UNLIMITED IMMEDIATE PICK-UP OR DELIVERY GUARANTEED For more information Please write: Standard Farm Buildings Western Ltd. Imperial Molars Building 2nd Avenue end 7th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta or Phone 327-0267 ;