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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 4-H Club news reports Mtay If, THf LETHMlDtiE HMALD 19 GRASSY LAKE By Roy Brewin The Grassy Lake 4-H Beef Club public speaking competi- tions were judged by Cynthia Bright and Merlin Jensen. Kevin Brewin placed first for the seniors with Lorna Matz first in the junior section. At the meeting, impromptu speeches were also judged. Judges were Arnold Hudson and Merlin Jensen. WARNER By Kelly McCoy The meeting of the Warner 4-H Beef Club was called to order by President Wayne Mc- Coy. Hie pledge was given by Tracy Nemeth and Merlyn The treasurer's report was given by Kiel I-Ierbest. Harvey Reese was elected to the advisory board, succeeding retiring Jack Hutchinson who has been elected to the Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board. BARONS-NOBLE By Bob Rogers The regular meeting of the Barons-Noble Multi 4-H Club was held in the art room of the Nobleford Central School May 8. The meeting was called to order by Gary Pike and Gwen Luchia led the pledge. The previously scheduled Easter tour will be held in June. The first plot tour of the year will be held July 4 start- ing at Mclntosh's farm at 10 a.m. A picnic will be held after the tour. A bottle drive and garba- thon will be held June 25 at 9 a.m. as a fund raising project for the club. The photography leader gave pointers on how to take pic- tures in the shade. McNALLY Ity Rolf Janlisrn The May meeting of the Mc- Nally 4-H Beef Club was held in McNally School at 3 p.m. Janet Russell called the meet- ing to order. Rolf Janhsen Jed the pledge. Monika Janhsen read the minutes of the last meeting. A tour and weiner roast was held May 5. McNALLY By Sharon French The March meeting of the McNally Tailor Tacks was held ai the home of Debbie Davies. The pledge was led by Cathy Murray and KaUiy Ilarlman. Linda Krausher gave a speech on the hisiory and the r u 1 e s of a well known game, basketball. Linda, Carol French, Debbie Davies, Pat- ricia Patching, CatJiy Murray and Bev Krausher gave im- promptu speeches. CARDSTON By Karen Holt The Rocky Ridge Riders he'd lireir annual judging competi- tion April 23. The competition i n v elves leaching the members what to look for in a horse r.r.J how to choose a good horse. Each member judges the same class, places the horses gives rcascns for placing them in the order selected. The members compare their results to those of a registered judge. Karen Holt won the trophy as best judge. On May 4 two films on train- ing horses were shown at Glen- wood for the members. The next meeting will b? held Friday in the Cardston Muni- cipal District Building. READYMADE By Jim Ober The monthly meeting of the Ede 4-H Beef Club was held May 9 at the Readymade School. The meeting was brought to order by president Sherry Hru- ska. Bradley Virginillo led the pledge. The club has decided to enter a float in the Lethbridge pa- rno'e. Mr. Maniler gave a talk on how to judge cattle. The club's judging competition was held Monday at Andy Brown's farm. The next regular meeting is set for June 13. P.O. BOX 357 COUTTS HWY., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-9671 CUSTOM SEMEN COLLECTION, PROCESSING, FREEZING AND DISTRIBUTION available for all breeds of cattU A full line of artificial inieminotion equipment reasonable SIMMENTAL UP FIELD TANKS SAVE LIKE NEVER BEFORE ON THESE EXECUTIVE DRIVEN 1973 Plymoyfb NO. 24C4 Driven by Dean Bennell, Parti Manager. Features V8 automatic, tinted glass, HD battery, remote control mirror, luggage rack, block heater, radio, HD suspension end shocks. __ Refc.il fT; .A Now STOCK NO. 2489 L1 0> in 0 o Z O o. Tilden rental 4-deor sedan feoluring V8 automatic, tinted wind- shield, remote control mirror, block healer, rodio'and .._. rear speaker and HD suspension. Retail Now........................ STOCK NO. 2497 ft 7 v :t r- T, s Driven by Kiyo Nishyima, Wholesale Perls Soles. 4-door sedan featur- ing V8 oulomotic, HD battery, tinted windshield, remote control mirror, block heoter, rodio ond HD suspension. i-': 'V'' "etail Now........................ STOCK NO. 2501 rvij rff i--v i., i. r t t i i W s i L L Driven by Con Ebberl, Service Monoger. 4-door hardtop feoluring putomatic, HD battery, tinted windshield, remote control mirror, fender skirts, block heater, radio, HD suspension r.. vyf vinyl roof, and air conditioning. jft.1 !'V Retail Now 'il- STOCK NO. 2502 i Driven by Harry Kimura, Sales, 2-door hardtop featuring V8 auto- matic, HD battery, tinted windshield, remote control mirror, rear win- dow defogger, clock, radio ond rear speaker, _ HD suspension and vinyl roof. Retail Now lv t. STOCK NO. 2491 p; v [f'fH i t Driven by Brian Franz, Sales. 2-door hordlop feotwr- ing V8 automatic, HD battery, tinted windshield, re- mote control mirror, clock, block heoter, radio, HD suspension, lilt steering column and vinyl roof. i .i Retail Now K. 18 Month or Mile Extended Warranty Available Ft i'i ft I.A.C. FINANCING 'Your Plymouth, Chrysler, Dodge Truck Dealer" ;