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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta S THE LETHSHIDGE KEPALD luesilny, Mi.y 30, 1972 from south 4-U clubs head, health Tho immilily mecliiiR or (lie Lcilibrirtpe Kimlliills 4-11 Ijghl llorsG CMuh was held April 11 commencing at p.m. in the Uowman ArLs Cc'ntre. The plwlKQ was led by Kevin Tooby, who also reported on the 4-H curling bonspiel held April 3. Diane Curtiss gave a report on the bake sale and Rodney Jorgenson reported on Ww wreslling matches which 4-H members could attend af- ter Uie curling. It was also brought to our at- tention that Donna Pavan, who placed first in the senior sec- lion of the club's speaking com- petitions, received fourth place at the District finals which were held April 7. It was suggested that the club have I'ilher Mr. Salinger or Pal 1'avan instruct mem- bers for one or two aflernnon.s. This will be decided at the di- rector's meeting to be held at p.m., April 16, at Mrs. Holmes house. The next regular meeting be- gins at 7.30 p.m. May 9 in the Bowman Arts Centre. All mem- bers are to bring items lor a sale lo Ihis meeting. CLUD REPORTER Dawn McCaiightery LETJinmnGE-NORTIIERN The regular meeting of the Northern 4-H Beef Club was held April 3 at the Picture Butle Public Library. The meeting was opened with the pledge and Hag salute, led Susan IlaiiL'y, Minnies were Club speak-offs wore lie-Id. Winner of the senior level was Carol Noras and Ihe junior le vel Susan Boras. The call lour was held April 0. CLUII REPORTER Lome Uoras FORT MACLEOD On Thursday. April 27 the or- ganizational meeting of the Fort Macleod 4-H Light Horse Club was held. The leader is Claudclle HaUiday and her as- si.slanl is Larry Gray. The following slate of officers were elected: Linda Derfich, president: D.irryl Scuilema, vice-president; Kathy Bour- assa, secretary; Colleen Hc-n- rie, librarian; Kim lioniljergev, parliamentarian; Carol Brod- liead, club representative; and Rnmona Stevens, club reporter. The dues will be per year. Achievement Day will be Aug- ust 14. Meetings wiU be held the first Thursday of every month hove the skating rink. CLUB REPORTER lt.imona Stevcnl FORT MACLEOD On Thursday, May 4, Ihe Midnight Rider's 4-H Light Horse Club held a meeting above the skating rink. Town nnd counlry members will meet at the Stampede Grounds at 7 p.m. with their their horses on alternate Wed- From the Mini 18', thru the 20', 22', 24' and up ta the luxurious IT all mounted on ct Dodge chassis 8 other models available in the Emperor line mounted on tf Ford chassis and the Aquarius line mounted on a GM chassis See The All New For as low as See oisft our complete line of TRAILERS end CAMPERS Miij1 K) v.ilh Ihe (own members- It decided to raise funds by holding a bake sain in Hob- inson's store on April 20 ;md hy raffling a colt on July 9 during Midnight Days. The club will be holding a horse show July B after the pa- rude. CLUB RKPOriTEH Ram on a Sk-venr WRENTIlXM A dance was held in the Wrenlham School April 29. Doug Anderson and the CJOC Travelling Kecord Hop pruvid- ed the entertainment. Mrmliers from hte Ready-Made, Milk Riv- er, and Warner clubs ait ended. The regular meeting was held May 1 an the Wrenlham School. The Club discussed a float for the Wrentham parade. A committee was formc.d to jilftn thin float. CLUB HKPOKTFJl Susan Mackenzie CAUDSTON Tlie Rocky Ridge Rider 4-11 Light Horse Club held a mot-t- ing May 5, under the d ion of chib lender Lynn Her. rresidonl Shelly Reedor rolled the meeting to order :md IVin Kcrr (he pledge, fl-i'i (.ill llic naming o[ en! (if the saddle. A class of hor-i--- uns held jil ihc llecder Rjnv. h. AVendy Wilson will IM- IV1 f-. -B rcfirr.'-i'nl.'iMvf! for the FKK-leo Queen contest, shil'd for June 22. CLUB RF.l'OKTFJl Hriul LKTIIBniDGK Tlie Tjcthbridge 4-H Light Horse Club hold a general meeting at the Bowman Arts Centre May 2. The pledge was lead by Cindy Young and lire roll call answer- ed by the age of the member rp horse. Members are urged to a I tend the Southern AJbcrU equestrian Clinic 2-4 at Pincher Creek. The club held a judging clin- nic on May 14. We would like lo thank (ic-off Hardy of the Pincher reek 4-H Club who was instructor nnd Vein Deriecky for the use (he indoor arena. The club will hold an Kding Clinic June 17. v. iih Klcvc-nson from Calyary in- el meting. The club lour was held 27 wilh each member giving demonstration. An overnight trail ride was discussed but nothing delinatc was set. The commiHut- <-on- sisis of Ed Byom, Nancy Houl- ton, Robin Ryan, Carniun Clow, nnd Cindy Young. The raffle tickets Dan's Plnyljoy, Hie quailer IHHM; colt bcMiig raffled n( lite Hnlury Horsesliow this fall, are now available from any of the club members. 'JTw next mooting will be bold June 6 at the Bowman Arts Centre and all interest r-d per- sons arc welcome! CLUB JlEPKOnTEH McKf-nna COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONl 327-3165 The Wrenlham 4-H Clothing Club members showed simple and non-filled ar- ticles. CLUH HKI'OMTKn Susan Gnesls from tlie Lelhhridge Foothills 4-U Light-Horse Club vere Joe Pavan and I )onna Pavan. They discussed eunfor- niation and showmanship of n for members of (be Vrcnlham 4-H Light Horse Club. CLUB ;