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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuaaday. If, 1174 THE LETMBRIOQ1 HEftALO -13 Southern Alberta 4-H Club news Taber 4-H Sugar Beet Clubi members held an awards night program in February. Trophies were presented to Bonnie Sekura. Cindy Badura, Billy Brandies. Mike Putici. Billy Badura and Debbie Uunick. At a March public speaking contest conducted by the club, prizes went to JoAnne Thibodion. Bonnie Sekura. Jane Pavka and'Tom Badura. The club meets again April 1 in Central School gymnasium at 7.30 p.m. Readymade 4-H Beef Club has decided to raise the price (it grain in member's record books to keep the books accurate with today's prices. The February meeting concluded with two films, one on Mexico and the. other on New Zealand. The annual calf tour of the Timber Trails 4-H Beef Club was held Feb. 16 starting at the Maloff home. At the Larson home a short meeting and lunch break was held. Mr. Pisony asked- everyone to have a talk prepared for the next meeting. Good weather prevailed to help make the tour a success. On Feb. 22. the club enjoy-, ed a toboggan party at the home of Mr and Mrs. Bob Hewitt. The party was organized by the Timber Trails 4-H Multiple Club -to which they invited the Beef Club The Vauxhall Needles and Pins 4-H Club held a regular meeting. March 4 in Vauxhall High School. The results of public speaking held on Feb. 18 are as follows: Heather Klassen. senior tirst: Cindy Odland junior first The regular meeting of Wrentham 4-H Multi Club was held March 4 at the wrenibam School. The Wrentham Lions were the invited guests. The speak-offs are to be held at Wrentham School on March 27 at 7 p.m In beef they talked about the different breeds of cattle and Lethbridge Artificial Breeders "ANIMAL CLINIC" STOCKYARDS LETHBRIDGE Phone Daily 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. 327-8822 A. I. SCHOOL it Commencing April 8th-12th Apply early Enrollment limited Semen available from all and all major BULL STUDS in sewing, the girls did hand- work on their projects and decided when to finish the quilt being raffled off on March 27, at" the speak-offs. After the- clubs were finished they challenged the Wrentham Lion Club in a game of volleyball. On March 9. the Readymade club invited the Wrentham club to play hockey in the evening. The regular meeting of the Lethbridge Northern 4-H Beef Club was held on March 4 ai the .Picture Butte Municipal Library. Everyone was reminded that the calf tour will be held on March 30 with everyone meeting at Lee's Palace at 1 p.m. and ending at Haney's for lunch. Personal record forms were nut to all the members. Impromptus were given by Theresa Kolk, Claude Kolk. and David Boras. McNally 4-H Beef Club met March 6 at McNally School. The public speaking competition for the club will be held at the school March 28- 29. Participating members were reminded to prepare their talks. Club members were informed of the up-coming Lethbridge spring bull sale in Brucellosis Brucellosis is a bacterial disease in cattle which affects the reproductive system causing abortion in pregnant cows. Infected cattle do not die, but they can spread the disease. If a fanner discovers one of his cows has aborted, he should contact the local office of Agriculture Canada's health of animals branch. early April, and were urged to, April 6 at p.m. in Warner As Your Vacuum Cleaner Shop We stock the following Vacuum cleaner lines complete with parts, accessories and services. Compact Lewyt Eureka Sunbeam Hokey Vorwerk Than are for spring in aH lor all types of rags and floors from........ OQ30 5 year guaranteed vacuum cleaner noses, Replacement bags Single and double eM makes. 24 FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244-3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-6070 attend. The next meeting will be held April 10 The next meeting of Warner 4-H Beef Club is scheduled for Memorial library. Club reporters are re- quested to type triple space all reports submitted to this column. Please include a full first name, or two initials, for each person mentioned in your report. Items should be forwarded to Chinook promptly following club meetings. WE MAKE IT EASY AT ftrcstone USE OUR Firestone CREDIT PLAN, AMERICAN EXPRESS or CHARGEX STORES Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S, Phone 327-8548 Add miles to your tires with our For most American Cars. Torsion bars, air-conditioning, extra.- WHEEL ALIGNMENT Many tires have been ruined long before their time due to improper wheel alignment, whether caused by scuffing, scraping or-tread being worn on one edge. At one time or another, every car suffers improper wheel alignment. To get the most for youi tire dollar and add miles to your tires let Firestone do a wheel alignment now and save. Guaranteed starts for as long as you Tirestotte Lifetime Supreme Bait SPP22FC Exchange I Plus OOforl 'installation.! ;