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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TWxfoy, Nov.mbtr S3, 1972 THE LKTH1RID6I HIRAID 3 Pronghorn, Shortgrass, Lucky Horse Shoe, Nimble Needlers show folks how to farm By GEOFF TAGG Herald News Service FOREMOST The annual 4-H Color Night, held recently at the Hoping Community Hall, attracted more than a 100 people of all ages. They shared in the fun oE the presentation of trophies to members of four local 4-H clubs. Pronghorn and Shortgrass Beef clubs, Lucky Horse Shoe Light Horse Club and Hoping Nimble Needles Clothing Club members all met around a pot- luck supper for the annual achievement award presenta- tion. Michael Fauth of the Short- grass club handled the master of ceremonies duties very ca- pably. Bernie Elrnes of the same club led the assembled group in the 4-H pledge and Melody Mueller of the Nimble Needles led the 4-H grace. The Toast to the Queen was given by Don Garber of the Shortgrass club. Following a welcome by Eddie Lee of the Shortgrass club, Colleen Dixson of Nimble Needles proposed a toast to the parents, with Herb Garber re- plying. Dean Laqua of the Shortgrass club proposed a toast to the leaders, paying tribute to their "dedicated service and exam- ple." Beverly Black replied. Each club was responsible for the presentation of its own awards under various chair- men. Jodi Cowie was chairman for the Pronghorn Club's pre- sentations, Bob Jensen for the Horse Club, Teresa Garber for the Clothing Club, and Bernie Ehnes for the Shortgrass Club. Sharon Wesley thanked the donors of awards. A special presentation was made by Russell Scratch to Mrs. Jo'e Mitzel, of a 10-year leadership certificate. Mr. Scratch presented the award on behalf of the department of youth and recreation. Those receiving trophies and 4H COLOR NIGHT WINNERS These young people know forming Ehnes and Michael Fauth. Front row, from Inside out. Winners at the annual 4H color nighf held recently in the and Sharon Walters, Sharon Wesley, Debbie Hoping Centennial Hall ere, from left: Back row: Don Garber, Brian _____________________ bie Cowie, accepted by sister! Robyn. Hagen's M and E Hardware Show Halter Champion Calf Cowie. M. W. Moss Showstick Re- serve Champion Rick Mac- awards were: Kenzie. PRONGHORN BEEF Ellison Milling Company Tro- Foremost Hole! Desk Pen Set I phy Highest Rate of Winner J o d i StaaMuinc. Cowie. Foremost Lions Club Trophy United Grain Growers Tro- i Rick Proud, phy Champion Calf Beb-1 a c c e p t e d by Lyndon Van j Staalluine. The Royal Bank of Canada Silver Tray Best Record Book Jodi Cowie. Phillips Agencies Trophy Public Speaking Jodi Cowie. LUCKY HORSE SHOE Club Trophy for Highest Score on Achievement Day Senior Roxanne Conway; Ju- nior Andrew Jensen. Public Speaking Award Se- nior Jensen; junior- Laurie Cole. Best Record Book Award Presented by The Royal Bank of Canada Roxanne Conway. Efficiency winner Roxanne Conway. Ellison Milling Company Award Showmanship, Senior Conway; drew Jensen. HOPING NEEDLES CWL Trophy Efficiency Winner and First Standing Gir Lee. Lucky Strike Community Club Trophy Second Stand- ing Girl Sherry Black. Thistle Ridge Ladies Club Trophy Third Standing Gir] Mueller. Foremost Home and School Trophy Sewing for Fit Lee. Judy Rarick Trophy Best Model" Sherry Black. Howard Norlin Overall Project Book Sherry Black. Etzikom Home and School Trophy Senior Public Speak- ing Black and Melody Mueller, tied. left. Melody Mueller, Karen tee and Sherry Black. Ehnes pholo Joe Mitzel Trophy Senior] Russell and Emm? Dtxwm Public Speaking, Miss Black Trophy Senior Public Speak- and Miss Mueller. ing Lee. Hoping WI Trophy, senior Ralph and Doreen Lee Tro- demonstration, Debbie Lee and Sherry Black. phy Junior Public Speaking Garber. Canadian Montana Gas Co. j County of Fort Mile Awards Trophy Senior Demonstra-1 (presented tion, Debbie Lee and Sherry! Foremost Lions Club Trophy Black. Champion Sharon Wesley. Knights of Columbus Trophy Grand Champion George and Josephine Fauth Team Demonstra- jon Karen and Sharon Wal- ters. Frances Herbst Trophy Jr. Public Speaking Karen Wal- ters. T. Eaton Award Efficien- cy Winner Lee. SHORTGRASS BEEF Shortgrass Beef Club Trophy -Efficiency Winner Sharon Wesley. Canadian Montana Gas Co. Desk Pen Set Efficiency Winner Sharon Wesley. United Grain Growers Tro- phy Champion Wesley. Alberta Wheat Pool No. 2 Brian Ehnes. Ralph Lee and Son Tray Champion Calf of Open Class- Terry Wesley. Art Ratzlaff Tray Reserve Champion of Open Class Patty Staalduine. Vern Arnold Silver Tray Showmanship Michael Fauth. Bake sale set SHAUGHNESSY (HNS) Shaughnessy and Diamond City Brownies are having a bazaar and bake sale at the Diamond Etzikom Reserve Champion City Hall Saturday afternoon, Calf Brian Ehnes. I Nov. 25, from 1 to 4 p.m. Ellison Milling Co. Trophy j The money will be used to Highest Rate of Gain Mi- j buy equipment and books. chael Fauth. Cooper Bros. Trophy Show- manship Michael Fauth. Giuf Oil Trophy Judging Competition Michael Fauth. The Royal Bank of Canada Silver Tray Best Record Book Debbie Lee. Brownies are sponsored by the women's association under the direction of Mrs. Mary Brau, Mrs. Fay Nehr and Mrs. Marilyn Fajnor, with Mrs. Mary Sareda as Brown Owl and Mrs. Donna Tawny Owl. Featherstone as Phone BERT MARGRAVE MP for MEDICINE HAT wishes to announce the opening of his local office 2nd Floor Saamis Bldg. 339 6th Ave. S.E., Medicine Hat Office Hours 1-5 p.m., Mon.-Fri. 527-1867-MEDICINE HAT 937-2128-WALSH MRS. JUNE HUUOCK, Secretary Mrs. Skeith heads UCW NEW DAYTON (HNS) An election of officers in the Uni- ed Church Women brought in a new executive for 1973: Pres- dent, Mrs. Don Skeith; secre- tary. Mrs. Stewart Skeith; and treasurer, Mrs. Elton Duell. Courtesy card convener is Mrs. Jim Hoss. The regular meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Stewart Skeilh with five members attending. The devotion on stewardship was given by Mrs. Skeith. Roll call involved articles for the receiving home. These will bedeliveredby Mrs. Elton Duell. The committee to serve the AOTS supper Dec. 11 was appointed: Mrs. Elton Duell, Mrs. Stewart Skeith and Mrs. Jim Ross. The Christmas tree for the church will be pur- chased and decorated by Mrs. Jim Ross and Mrs. Alice Gor- rill. SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME This twin-annex, two million bushel super grain elevator was unveiled at the United Grain Growers annual meeting at Regina. The mammoth elevators will be built at major prairie centres over the next ten years. This is in keeping with the phas- ing-out of small country elevators and the rail line aban- donment program. Howard E. Francis will report 10 shareholders of four locals, Barnwell-Cranford, Taber, Fincastle and Purple Springs, at a meeting scheduled for early 1973. -Gibb photo COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Letltbridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O. Box MS CRANBROOK NANCY MILES (Special) 5lh St. S. ETZIKOM MRS. THEKLA EHNES Oen. Del. FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGO..........................Box 381 FAITH MRS. THEKIA EHNES....................Oon. Dol. Contact these people for your District Nows or Classified Advertising move to city NEW DAYTON (UN'S) housewarming was held recent ly to wish Mr. nnd Mrs. Join Wozak well in their new homi at Lethbridgc. Mr. and M r s. Wozak mover recently from New Dayton the city. They have both beta active in this community. Mr. Wozak was horn nnd edu catcd here and married the foi mer Margaret Iloyf in 18-12 he fore leaving for overseas wit the Canadian Army. Miss lloyt had been Iciichhij music prior to her marriage nnd continued to leach until th1 time of their move. She has n music class at Lcih bridge now. The Wozaks lived and farm ed south of New Dayton am havo three children: Mrs. Ale (Anne) Molnar of Lclhhridge Douglas of Calgary and Pal ricin nt homo. About 30 couples from Soulh prn AlbcrUi enjoyed the eve.' Willow Creek trustees tackle items CLARESHOLM low Creek school division board of trustees met and grappled with problems: field trips for classes to visit scientific facili- ties at Lcthbridge: whether to allow a principal to buy educa- tional television equipment with money raised by magazine sales by pupils: school starting age for pupils in Huttcrite col- onies; and teacher salary ne- gotiations. The. board discussed the prob- lem it is having with the In- dian affairs department re- garding extra remedial teach- ing specialists needed to teach reading to the native children. Trustees approved field trips for a class to sec beet being graded at a Calgary meat packing plant: for a class to study ways a computer at the University of lithbrulgc, can solve mathematical problems: and okayed n visit to the biol- ogy and physics department for another class. Trustees arc toying with the idea of reducing the number of options in the vocational area of the Willow Crock Composite High School because of a drop in enrolment. More district on 1'itfjc last word in miracle fibres WI Hove If your way in Oil i to see plenty 01 eSioiees fcefors salt? Ortego gives yoa ell the choice in one collection of imports deep tones, vibraat tsew city shades, earth tones IB all tha ftiassic veaves. for as by Staffer Eillmaa. Eajov chcoMn.; OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS! DOWNTOWN ON FIFTH STREET SOUTH Phono 327-3761 ;