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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ivnt 47, THE IETHBRIDGE HfRALD 11 Reports from south 4-H clubs head, hearty health BAnONS-NOBLEFOHD The regular meeting at Barons Noble 4-H club was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson May 9. The meeting was opened with Gary Pike leading the pledge. Roll call was answered with one 4-H objective. The first plot tour was held July 12. It started at Mcln- tosh's at 9. Seeds were handed out. Another 4-H picture taking tour was held on July 23 at Waterloo Lakes National Park. Kevin Luchia gave a speech on garden weed killers. Diane Rogers gave a report on field weed killers. CIAJB REPORTER Gwen i.uchia MII.K RIVER The meeting, the second last of the season was presided over by Vincent EUcrt, with the pledge given by Doris Hum- mel. Roll-call for 21 of 25 mem- bers present was the name oi a movie. A committee of members and parents had been organized be- fore the meeting (o suggest Ideas for a yearly trip. It was decided that we would all go to the Virginia City area July 1G to 18. The weighing-in and showing times and other vital slatistics concerning the big show next month were gone over, and new members were briefed at what would happen at the show. CLUB REPORTEB Diane Stringam On May U, the regular meet- ing of the Timber Trails 4-H sewing club was called to order after school by Jacquelyn Buries. Final arrangements were made for the Achieve- ment Day. On May 20 the second annual Achievement Day was held in the Cowley Community Hall. The girls chose the theme Smile and The Whole World Smiles With You. The hall was appropriately decorated with happy faces and the years sew- ing. Jacquelyn Buries started the program with everyone singing O Canada, accompanied by Mrs. R. Buries on the paino. Following the 4-H pledge, the leaders were presented with corsages, A resume of the years activities was given by Nancy Crayford. Donna Mur- phy gave a speech on the his- tory of Fort Macleod. AU girls took part in a fash- ion show, modelling some of the garments they had made in the past year. Nancy Cray- ford and Jenny Dwyer did a skit on how not to apply make- up. Mrs. Frank Marr and Lynn Johnston were the judges and Mrs. Marr gave the judges comments. Debra Clarkson then thanked the judges. The final meeting of the sea- son of the Timber Trails 4-H Sewing Club was held on May 24 in the Anglican Church Everyone was satisfied with the result of Achievement Day. An all-day tour to Watcrton was held June 24. CLUB REPORTER Cliristlne Lank FOREMOST The last meeting of the Prong- horn Beef Club was held in the Foremost School May 15. Dis- cussion was held on the annual Achievement Day to be held in conjunction wilh tlie Foremost Lions Club Mardi Gras Stam- pede. The weigh-in for the calves is at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 10 a.m. with the sale follow- ing after. The club is also put- ting a float in the parade the following day, May 16 at 11 a.m. CLUB REPORTER Rohyn Cowie McNALLY The first May meeting of the McNally Tailor's Tacks was held at May 4 in the Boul- ton home. The pledge was led by Janet Rusell and Karen Boulton. Roll call was tips on clothing care. Plans were made for Achieve- ment Day. There was a very lengthy program, consisting of talks by Brenda Boulton, The Hard and The Soft of It; Mari- lee Bond, Happiness; Susan Barker, Color and Clothes; Linda Kraiishcr, Hobbies; Carol French, Reputation; Bev Krmishcr, What is a Cathy Murray and Pat Patch- Ing gave a demonstration en- titled, Help is on the Way. AU talks were introduced by Janet Russell and thanked by Sharon French. Tlie second meeting was held May 22 at 2 in the Russell home. Plans for the Achieve- ment Day were finaliied. The program was a demonstration fun in the sun by Mary Lynn Luco and Bev Kraiishcr. The Achievement Day itself was held May 26, at McNally School. Linda Krausher led the 4-H pledge. Master of Ceremonies Karen Boulton gave a welcome. A club history was recited by Pat Patching. The theme song, medley of nursery rhymes, was sung by all the girls. Susan Harker and Brenda Boultoo gave a demonstration that was originally presented earlier in the year. Janet Rus- sell sang As Tears Go By, ac- companying herself on the gui- tar. Bev Krausher gave a talk. The club will meet once more this year, for a picnic. No date has set. CLUB REPORTER JANET RUSSELL, LETHBHHX3E-CO AI .D A LE The Leth-CoaMale 4-H Beef Club held their monthly meet- ing in the United Church in Coaldale at p.m. The meeting was chaired by Bev Hianac. The pledge was recited by Lorne Osmond and Tim Ober. The roll call was the weight of members' calves. Minutes were read by secre- tary Pat Boulton and adopted. A third calf tour was lield June 12 at 10 a.m. at Brecka's Farm. Chris Sugimoto gave liis re- port on proper showmansliip. Niomo Sugimoto gave her re- port on record books. Mr. Sugimoto reviewed the 4-H quizzes. Tlie guest speaker was Mrs. D. Gibb who talked about horsemanship. CLUB REPORTER Rick llranac. SIZZLING ON HOLIDAY VEHICLES READY TO GO All. UNITS LISTED ARE IN IMMACULATE SHAPE AND ANYONE INTERESTED SHOULD TAKE THE TIME TO VIEW THEM! 1964 Mercury Parklane P.S., P.B., power windowj, power sent, V-8, auto., radio, very cleort unit. 1962 Shasta 16' Range and oven, frig., 6 sleeper, electric One owner, very clean unit Tandem Horse Trailer 2 Electric braVes, new paint. SPECIAL 1970 Trailblazcr 8' aelf-conrafned, range and oven, 2 woy ffTfl., healer, hot water syilem, shower, toilet, 6 sleeper, ballery and cose, converter. Like new. '69 Aristocrat 21' Tandem 21' fully self -contain- ed baltery pack, 2 way frig., pressure system, oven, forced air furnace, shower and hot water syjrem, toflel, 6 sleep- er, emoculale. '70 Scamper 21' Self-con I a fned, 6 sleeper, tandem, batlery" pack, 2 way frig., pressure system, eye level oven, shower and hot water system, loilet, 6 sleep- er, shag carpet, showroom condition- 1969 Larson 16' Boat and Trailer 20 motor, electric start, and fuel convertible fop, ws rear windows, 20 gallo tank. COMPLETE All Terrain Vehicle a wheeler, 18 h.p. motor SPECIAL 1959 Dodge 3 ton Cab and chassis 318 mo- tor, 5 spd., 2 spd. axle, long 'heel base, 900 x 20 lires. new point. 15' Rebel Boat and Trailer NEW Motors available m different sizes- '67 Chev ton 6 cyl., tWB, radio, 3 spd. '67 Chev ton V8, 3 speed auto., P.S., P.B., lontj wheel bose. radio. Come in and see why more psople buy PROWLER TERRY and see why they are NO. 1 LIBERAL DISCOUNTS ON NEW PROWLER AND TERRY TRAILERS FROM 16' TO 26' Bank Financing if I.A.C. Financing We even take cash "We need good used Trailers" Your trailer is worth more if you trade Now! EL DORADO TERRY TRAILER SALES 2910 1 Ave. S. East of Govf. 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