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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDOE HtRAtD _ Ttiuiidoy, 30, 1972 IN DEMAND Soulhern Alberto ca COUTTS The Gth meeting of the -1-II International Light Horse Club was held March 10 at 7 p.m. in the Coutts Civic Centre. Fred Furlong brought the meeting to order anil Debbie Thielen ted the members in the 4-11 pledge. Lori Furlong read the minutes of the last meeting and Leslio Croteau gave the treasurer's report. The club spcak-offs will bo held today in the Civic Confer. A club four will be held April 8. Members will meet at in front of the Civic Center and have luneh at Charlie Der- ringer's. The Achievement Day will be held July 9. A ride-n- thon is planned as a money making project later in Ilia year. The meeting was adjourned and speeches given by Greg Thielcn, Lori Furlong, Lesley Franks and Sharla Winters. The members then worked on their braided reins. The club would like to welcome tho Wayne Shmidt family from Warner into Ihe club. CLUB REPOHTKK, Teresa Fittinnn. fho wiCM "IT cM.lhorn the ranch of Charlie Barnet of Del Bonita looks at care Tom o TTh Tn Wi" P'at8 offer monlfls Brooming and if wm L h 4'H in soulhern Alberta- 'f M wo i BAItONS Linda Akitt opened tho meet- ing wit1' the pledge. It was de- cided that a calf tour will be held April 5 starting nt 9 a.m. from Barons. An educational tour was dis- cussed and suggestions were the Calgary Brewery, Walerton Shell plant or Calgary Aquar- ium. A dance will be held at tho Barrhill school April 14 from a p.m. to 1 a.m. Admission is 75 cents. Heather Bradley moved that the club raffle Ihe spare calf. The draw will bo July is. CLUB Gerald Bavir, t about S10 oer pound. Korber Photo WHKNTHAM A meeting was held in the WrenNinm School on March S with five guests present. Jim Mantler, Margaret Majitler, Allen Miller and Wendy Miller from the Ready- made '1-H Beef Club and Eliza- beth Bartmau, district homo economist from Lethbridgo were guests. Thirteen members and lea- ders attended a workshop at the Lcthbridge Community Col- lege March 8. Mr. Mantler spoke to tho club on care of the calf before a show including grooming. George Edwards from Wren- tham gave a demonstration on hoof trimming March 11 at fha Morel and Farm. Miss Bartman spoke to tha club on sewing. The clothing club's next project is a dress. CLUB Susan Mackenzie. TAKER The Taber 4-H Sugar Beet Club held the annual banquet and awards night Fob. 1G in Ccncral School Gymnasium. An- nie Krenn said the 4-H grace. Michael Jr., master of ceremonies, introduced the head table as follows: Debbra Do- nick, president; Murray and Airs. Wilde; Charlie Hainmon, club leader; and Jerry Reti, a-ssistant leador and Mrs. Iteti. Each one of UK? members in- troduced tlransclves and their paronls, CLUB IlEPOtllTEn, Cindy Batllira The regular meeting of the Lethbridgc Northern 4-H Beef Club was Ireld March 6 at lha Picture- Butte Public Library. The meeting was opened with the pledge and flag salute led by Ken Bulva. Correspondence) was road by tho secretary. A calf tour was planned to tako place during the Eastw holidays. Guests Tom Chapman and George Cowan gave tiw club lessons for public speaking. Inv wore practised. KKPOUTEIT, Ixjrric Boraj ;