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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta South 4-H reports TOP 4-H PERSON Donno Povan of Lelbbridge 4-H Light Horse Club swept tl-.e majority of the honors for the club at the annual awards night in the Park IPaza re- cently. She copped fhe efficiency Irophy, presented by Gordon Marshall, for the third consecutive lear. She also took the senior speaking title, got highest points on achieve- menl day, won Jhe judging competition and won Jhe reccvd keeping award and Bonnie McSwen won the award for effort and co-operatiorv. Joan Pavanw on the junior speak- ing li'le. Groenen photo RAYMOND By Norms Wright The organizational meeting of the Raymond 4-H Beef Club was held Nov. 23. The new club leader for this year is Royer Holt with assist- ants Dr. Clair Norton and Jack Reams. The new council for the com- ing year is Calvin Hancock, president; Murray Holt, Yosh Takaguchi, Herman Schefler, N'erl Meldrum and Man Holt, The club executive was also reorganized and the new offic- ers for this yesir are Boh Scheflcr, president; Theresa Kaupp, vice president; Beth Holt, secretary; Reid Schneid- er, treasurer; Norma Wright, club reporter, and Anncmarie Schefter, junior leader. Members may select any breed of calf again (his year. Meetings will be held the third Wednesday of every month. nKADYMADE By JJIW OBER The re-organizational meet- Ing of the Readymade 4-H Beef Club was held Oct. 11, 1972 at the Headymade School. A new executive for the coming sea- son was elected, including: as follows: Sherry Hruska, presi- dent; JoAnnc Hruska, vice president; Marg Manlier, sec- retary; Myrna Reid, treasur- er; Jim Ober, club reporter; Diane Tcmplcion, Bonnie Stan- ko, Gwcn Miller, entertainment committee; and Kimmy Hran- ac, Kenny Slczina, phone com- mittee. The Adult Commjtlee includes Ron Chizmazia, lead- er and George Templeton, El- win Miller, Elsie Kaval, Jim Marriler, assistant leaders. The annual banquet will be held at the Towne Chef in Tabor Nov. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Slan La- Valley will once again judge record books. Center on Nov. 1. The chair- man was Bcrnie Ehnes. The pledge was led by Calvin Bianchc and roll call was "the breed of my calf." The club decided that in- surance for 4-H calves would compulsory. Color Night will be held Nov. 17 at p.m. with a dance to follow. Talks were given by Debbie Lee; Olds, Don Corker; 4-H Camp, and Theresa Garber; junior leadership seminar. Im- promUts were givm by Debbie Calder. Colleen Dixion and O'.hy Faulh. LETIIBIUDGE By Dawn McCaiiglierly The Lethbridge Footliills 4-H Light Horse Club held its annual banquet and trophy presenta- tions Oct. 28, at the Park Plaza Motor Hotel. Guest speaker, Bill Olesky gave very good talk on changes. This speech managed to be both very interesting and very thought provoking. This year eight trophies were presented. These were donated by various businessmen in the city. The following trophies were awarded: junior public speak- ing trophy to Joan Pavan, sen- ior public speaking trophy to Donna Pavan, high point trophy for achievement day to Donna Pavan, judging competition trophy to Donna Pavan, effici- eryjy trophy to Donna Pavsni, record-keeping trophy to Dawn AfcCauglierly, and the special effort and co-operation trophy to tire ch'b's president, Bonnie McEwen. Wall plaques were also presented to Mr. Pavan, Mr. Eaves, and Mrs. Tooby for their assistance to tire club. The draw for the saddle which club members have been raffling was made. It was won by Mr. Peter Ladnor o( Leth-By Rolf Janhscn bridge. McNally 4-H meeting was tOWI TV held in McNally School Oct. IB Ssndl.a with 18 members present. Janet led in the pledge. Roll Oct. 6 the Timber Trails By MASTER was answered by each Sewing Club met in (he Cowley member with names and years Community Hall. activity in 4-H. advisory board was chos- Featuring mcmbcrsliip fee was dis- en by xhe board chose s BLACK GRANITE Ss of officers for the lhen decided to have a sew-coming year include: Janet -mR multi-club from the clubs Russell, president; Joyce Van owking and photography. Deurzcn, wee president; Man- officers for the club include: ika Janhssn, secretary; Jim Chris Lank, president; Lorraine Russell, treasurer; Rolf Janh- Douglas vice president; Bronda Rus- Dewarl, secretary; Janet How-sell, club kbranan. jtt (reisurer; Smdra Brock- Also BONITA well, club reporter; Mary Leo Balmoral Red and Oxford Grey Darlcnc Jorgcnscn Lynch, librarian; Muriel Brock-The Del Bonila 4-H Beef Club Largest Stock of Memorials in Southern Alberta a reorganizational meeting E p Oct. 28 at the Del Bonita BAUONS-NOBLEFORD 1 By Liichii __ Oificers elected as fol- Wesley Rasmussen, presi- Tlie regular meeting of the 1 Oamel Kofkcwich, vice- Barons-Noble 4-H club was held 1 Brenda Hoyt, sec- at tlie home of Beverly Row t Joy Walburger, treas- with 20 members present. Margo Allhcn, historian; Reese Mclntosh led the pledge. Darlene Jorgensen, club Roll call was answered with Monte Helgcson, dis- "the opinion of the years activ- i rcpresentalivc; Jacquie ities." Tim Mclnlosli acted as -i "fif librarian- Ed Newton, secretary as the regular sec- leader; and Albert Perry, retary, was unable to attend. LETHBRIDGE leaders. It was decided to hold the Seven other advisory board re-organizational meeting at members were elected. Noble Central School tonight at Monthly club meetings were 8 o'clock. It was also decided set for the second Saturday o( to hold the annual Achievement TILE WORKS month. day in the Noble Central rrnnriwr School Gym commencing at 6 By PhyuL Tlobb, WlSS 325 8th ST. S., Short Grass 4-H Beef requirements. Harry Grolcn Club laid its regular meet- spoke on tire Intermediate grain Ing at the Honing Community display. FIRST EVER -UNI ROYAL ;