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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHMUDGE HERALD Tuesday, May 15, 1973- 4-H News From Clubs In Southern Alberta By Cathy Murray April was bUSpr month for t-H public speaking competi- tions. The junior speak-off was held April 6 with Joan Pavan win- ning the title, Gary Tokariuk was second with Wendy Lar- sons third. The senior speak-offs were held April 13 Janet Rus- sell taking first place. Patri- da Patching won second and Virginia Holmes placed third. Regional speak-offs were held April 19 in Lethbridge with Alan Giles capturing first place. Dianne Hawk was sec- ond and Leslie Johnson third. Alan, Dianne and Leslie will compete in Calgary at the pro- vincial speaking finals and also will attend a public speak- ing workshop. VAUXHALL By SUSAN HUBINK The Vauxhall Crossbred 4-H Club held its seventh meeting May 2. A baseball game and wiener roast is planned for May 27 at Kimbrook Park at 2 p.m. The clubs's achievement day will be held July 3 and 4 in Taber. MR. FARMER! The Answer to Your New Farm Home is a DOUBLE WIDE by CANADIANA or ATCO Carpeted Throughout Bath and a half Fully Furnished Family Room Over 1200 Square feet of luxury living area Completely set up with steps at your prepared location Immediate delivery. COMING SOON! 24'x60' DOUBLE WIDE by ATCO ONLY WE can GUARANTEE you a PAVED lot at Bridge Villa Estates We also have a complete line of single wide MOBILE HOMES on display! See FRED KIEVER or RAY CHAMBERS at BRIDGE VILLA SALES AND BRIDGE VILLA ESTATES 921 2nd Avenue 'A1 N. (West of Simpsons-Sean) Phone 328-2252 FOREMOST By Theresa Garber The last meeting of the Hop- ing Nimble Needles was held April 25 in the Hoping Com- munity Centre. The 4-H pledge was led by Bridgett Donavan. The club tour for Medicine Hat was held April 27. Discussion about a regional clothing club rally followed. The club's achievement day is scheduled for this evening (May 15) at 7 p.m. in the com- munity centre. The theme is sunshine, lolypops and rainbows everywhere. DEL BONITA By Darelnc Jorgensen The Del Bonita 4-H Beef Club held a regular meeting April 23 at the Glen and Ber- nie Powlesland Ranch. Members judged livestock as part of a judging school for members. Ed Newton led in the opening pledge. TURIN By Jerry Oseen Tie Turin 4-H Beef dub held its regular meeting April 9 at p.m. with eight mem- bers present. The 4-H pledge was led by Conrad Vegter. Debbie Wieland was chosen as club representative for the 4-H Club Week'to be held at Olds this summer. John Kor- thius was chosen alternate rep- resentative. The club will build a float to be entered in parades in Lethbridge, Picture Butte and Coaldale. The members will build the float July 4 at the Papworth residence. A ball game and barbecue is set for club members May 20 at the Turin Ball Park begin- ning at 2 p.m. BARONS By Ronnie Shimck The Barons 4-H Beef Club held its regular meeting April 11 at p.m. at Barhill School. The meeting was called to order with Randy Lyckman and Cameron Fraser leading hi the pledge. The calf tour was held April 21. WRENTHAM By Vivian IHrsche The Wrenthani 4-H Multi- Club held its annual meeting April 2 at the Wrentfaam School with Mary Kubik and Erickson leading the pledge. Winners of the club public speaking competition were Cindy Hubek for seniors and Dianna Lastuka for juniors. The sewing club then watch- ed a demonstration on how to bake a cake, done by Peggy Hirsche and Debbie Edwards. The girls also worked on the ties for the Achievement Day outfits. The beef club had a lecture from Arend Lagemoot, nutri- tionist for United Feeds. COWLEY By Sandra BirockweR The Timber Trails Multt- Sewing Club held the 8th regu- lar meeting April 5 and at that lime chose Spring as the theme for their annual achievement day. The 9th meeting was held May 2 and as roll call, each member had to teH which part of a club visit to an old folks home they like best. Achievement day will be held May 26 at the Cowley Commu- nity Hall. The sewing club will present a modelling display and present all the clotiring made during the year. On May 5, a morning work meeting was held for the sew- ing club members with the handicraft section of the club active in the afternoon. READYMADE By Jim Ober The regular meeting of tfw Readymade 4-H Beef Club was held April 11 with Sherry Hrus- ka presiding. Cindy Virginillo led in the 4-H pledge. Delegates were chosen for 4-H club week this summer. The winner will be announced at the next meeting. 'ANIMAL CLINIC' STOCKYARDS LETHBRIDGE Phone Daily 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. 327-8822 SIMMENTAL MAINE-ANJOU BEAT SIS CAPONE S1O Semen Available From All Breeds ;