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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 IKE LETKBRIDGE HERALD Tutsilciy, Mny It, 1572 _. Reports from south 4-H clubs Iiead, heart, hands, health CltKEK The -1-11 Jlcinint! ant] Tniin- Club wilJ again lie MHins-nriiiL; Uur I'ludicr (.'rock (.iiu'irlerhorse Hhmv June i] .md in Ihc.1 I'incliiT Memo rhil Arena. .Incite for the evunl will be Bcus, of Poison, Mon- tana. June 0 will feature Hie Youth Show, consisting of Hie western driving class, polo bending, barrel racing, trail class, jumping, pack race, and hide race. The Saturday per- formance will be Uhe Quarter- horse show, halter classes, quarlerhorse jumping, reining pflllern, cJnss, pole bend- ing and riding pattern. Entries for this two day ev- ent v-il) be due May 29. For farther infoi'mittum mid fcinns nil eve-sled people may Till'.1-.. Noni Telers. 1'inrh- er O-tek. or telephone The April 13 meeting of Hit McNaily Tailor's Tacks was lii'ld in Hie llarker liome. Tiic- vice-prrsidenl. Patricia Patch- ing chaired the niceLing. Thc- plertgc was led hy Cathy Mur- ray and Pat Pnlehing. Roll call was ideas for Ahievcment Day. The minutes were read and adopted. Executive reports were given and adopted. Arhievcrnent Day was set for May 26. All project hooks must be completed and brought lo the next meeting to be check- on A planning cormniUee for Achievement Day 'I'iie business rnet-ling was jminicd. Mjn-y Lyim Luco gave uv formalivL1 talk on music Ihrough Lho ages. Ti vas intro- duced hy Crenel a Houllon and Uiankcd 'by Janel Iliixs-cll. Hub public speaking winners wei'e Karen BonIIon in Hie se- nior division and Patricia Patching in the junior division. CLUB KEPORTER Husricll B RONS-NOBLE The regular meeting of the Barons-Xoble 4-H Club was at the home of Ed Erick- son. Murray KoeLse opened the melting will) the pledge. Elected to represent the club were Tim Afclnlosh and Terry Luchia. Earl Ilerresvale was elected to represent tlie lead- ers in the pancake eating con- test. FIwil preparations for Uw.1 Lclhbririge Exhiliilion Parade were disciisett and tabled. Members are to meet at 1ho LCC at p.m. CLUIJ REPORTER Gwcn Lochia COUTTS The April meeting oE the In- lernalional 4-H Light Horse Club was held April 20 at 7 p.m. in the Civic Carter. Fred Furlong brought the meeting lo order and Darlene Jaffrey led tiie members in Uw 4-H pledge. Minutes of the last meeting were read by Carleen Get ready for Leisure Living See the brand new Standard equipment includes 3 speed automatic trans- minion, power steering and brakes, heavy duty heater tmd defrosters, demand water iystem, luxurious oak panelling and sleeps 6. See the brand new Standard equipment includes 3 automatic mission, power steering and heavy duty heater and defrosters, demand water luxurioufi oofc panelling and steeps 6, 2 ONLY! WICKS SPECIALLY PRICED AT See our complete selection of mobile from 52'xl7' fo of comparable sovingsl See also our complete line of 1972 TRAILERS and CAMPERS Binnchi and (he treasurer's rv? poi'l by Le.sJic CV'filc'.'iu. Tin- club Iiclcl a clinic- on Mny ;it Ilio arena in OoLills for all im-J7ilKTS, Geof froro Pinclicr Creek, was iirjiructor, Uoginniny on Miiy 5, Ihc mem- niL'et al the .-irenn Thursday night to Llieir horses. A clt-an-up day lo clonn- up Die arena was hold May 91h. The members decided to have a ride-a-thon, May 2? from Coullfi to and back, a diijtance of SO miles. All sponsors are welcome. The proceeds will be used for club expenses. A succesful club lour ivas held April a. Members would like lo (liank (he Cluiriie Der- ringers for Iheir al lunch. Syieak-ofis m Lhs e' were held March 30. In l.he senior division, Lesley Franks won and Wendy SLuakley, sec- ond. In the junior division, Darcy Bianclu won firs! and Debbie Tluelen, second. The club would like lo wel- come Sandy and April Wnrbur- lon mid Allen GuTidlock, affl from Warner, inio the chib. CI.UD llKI'OUTEn Teresa I'illnian CAnns'roN The Cardston Dislricl 4-H sponsored a junior speech COJH- petilion in the new elemenlary school's music room. [1 slarled at 8 p.m. with Grant Ilinman acting master of ceremonies. Debbie Hoyt led the pledge. Hae Jackson of the Cardston 4-H Beef Club placed first with Colleen Hoyt of the Del Dnnita <-H Beef Club sccnnd and Wendy Godlonlon of the Del Bonila Sew and Sew Clothing Club third. Catherine Rice, Lena Malm- berg and David Cooper were judges. LETIIBItlDGE The Lcthbridge ill Light Horse Club held its annual pub- lic speaking contest March lo at the Western Canada Naiural Gas Company Auditorium with Mr. Featherstonc, Miss Gentle- man and Mr. Mercer judges. We would like to thank them find our timer Mr. Faby. The Public Speaking Banquet was held in the Lotus Inn where the presentations were given. In the senior section (14- 21 years) first place went to Wendy Nugent, speaking on how lo criticize a person, sec- ond Hobm Ryan with yovith and the law and third Nancy Boul- lon with the Jesus revolution. In the Junior section Ibe win- ners were MMine McKcnns with horse psychology, second Marilyn Hudson with drug nbuse and third Camion Clow with different breeds of horses. There was a lour of different breeds of horses consoling of Arabian, Quarter llo'-se. Ten- nessee Walking Horse and Thorougbbred. After Ibe lour the members plfl.vccl basketball and volleyball at the Armcs Oa- vid.son Scbool. April 3, there was a curling bonspifl wilh 15 chi'.tp parlici- rialinK. Tbey were all invited to ibe "resiling match Ibal night we would like lo lhank the people who gave us the lickels at a discount price. CLUB Maxinr MrKennn. COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 327-3165 IETHBRIDGE Hoping Nimbles Needles bad its last meeting April 12. The meeting was brought lo order by the singing of 0 Canada and Ihc pledge. for fit wns April 19. Pcbbie Lee won for best fit- ting dress. Achievement Night was May 10. CLUB nr-'POHTF.n llila Kana ;