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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE LETHBP.IDGE HERALD Tueidny, November 28, 1972 _.. News from south 4-H club reporters LETIIBHIDGI3 ta Bailey, club historian. books for (he coming year ai By COLLEEN DOGTEUOM The club, was formed lo al- new members learned aba Leaders Marilyn Conrad and low interested city girls aged 10 sewing samples. Kathy Graham headed up Hie lo 12 to apply themselves in Veteran members of the be first meeting of Ihc newly or- sewing, knitting and crocheting club, had to write a test whi ganizcd Lethbridge 4-H Clothing and other crafts involving ma- 'he first year members learm Club at George McKillop lerial and cloth. how to fill out record book Scliool recently. The leaders will give ir.Btnic- The weigh-in was held Mover, Debbie Bicerton started the lion to the girls in the various her 11 at Alex Jozsa's farm, first meeting by leading the 23 activities during the bi-weekly FTH_COALDALF club members in the singing of meetings to be hold at McKil- JDebbif Vascleask 0 Canada 'op School. _. Selected to Lhc seven man Hostesses Lynn Glover and rVf executive for the coming sea- Cindy Csaki welcomed the son were Arlene Hansen, presi- members and invited other in- STcofldde IMted dent; Darlene Strand, vicclpres- Crested girls to join tire new 'BCV Sc caUed Urt; Carol Cook, secretary, group. Lorehe Drader, treasurer; Car- ENWOOn Jed ta PIedie-men Rak and Colleen Dogter- Bv Judv club reporters; and Loret- ul ef le s. n-H y ID t-J t-. e -h e s 2 i with Reese and Fred lead- DARONS Ing the pledge. Roll call was By Ronnie Shimok answered by number of years The Barons 4-H Beef Club In the club. H'S meeting at Barhill Nomination for a new sec- School Nov. 1, with 25 mem-rotary was held and Wanda here present Luctoa got the position. Discus- Linda Brownell and Khn sion on Awards Night was held Green led in the pledge. Norn and it was put to motion that inations for leader and jumoi h be held on Jan. 26, 1973 at and librarian were taken 6 p.m. at the Legion Hall. Mrs. and the results are as follows: Schulti Mill be the guest speak- pBtc Crow, leader; Collen Nay er- ha, junior Leader; Linda Curling bonspiel was discuss- BrowncU, librarian. ed and will be held Dec. 30 it was moved to have local 4-H clubs being in- key Bingo Dec. 6 at a p.m. at vited. The members of (he club Barhill School. Everyone is wel-and school kids will be singing come lo come. Christmas Carols on the evening of Dec. 22. A fun night will GLENWOOD be held at the Noble Central By Heidi Michel School aflerwards. Glenwod 4-H Multi-Club M.I i XT he'd its reorganliational meet-McJVALLY Nov 7 at By liolf Janhscn Lions Pormer president, The McNally 4-H Beef Club Christine Rice, opened the meeting was held in McNally meeting. School at 7 p.m with 15 mem- Nominations were opened for ters present. club positions and the results Janet Russell called the meet- are: Gary Asuchak, president; Ing to order. Alex Russell led Christine Rice, Secretary; Mike in the pledge. The roll call was Lowry, vice president; Eddie Ihe reason for joining the 4-H. Asuchak, treasurer; and Heidi The time for each meeting Michel, club reporter. will be p.m. in the winter The club leaders are Wallace and 8 p.m., starting in April. Leavitt for thc beef section, Re-elections were held for and Dan Lybbert for Ihe dairy council representative and an- section, other phoning committee. The The next meeting will ba results arc: Council, Handy held December 4, at p.m. Slen; phoning committee, Kar- All those Interested are invit en Venvoenl. ed to atlend. Club was called to order Nov. Eauli la.mly is to make d gal S 4 at 1 p.m. by President Adri- EIS" bcf1or.c January. 8 enne Hartley Tho clllh Plans to a Its almost time 8 DoroUiy Jean Niclson look nation to the Sun Pise Ranch for nnr K roU call and then the time fund raising is to be plar ror our J waj oyer tn njce ned the next meeting whic .MMIIAI Sne lalked about a moncy rais- on Dec. 10 in S 7th ANNUAL S ing project. s g Club fees were paid and The Nlgnt B to b fHRKTMAC S membership cards handed out. he Nov. 17 in the St. Joseph1 InniJIIIIMJ g ne cscculive for thc club School in Coaldale at p.m CUAUf s this year Adrienne npl RnNIT. SHOW Hartley, president; Gloria Lay- By Juhaw ton, vice president; Dorothy Uj Plan In attend Nielsen, secretary; Mon- Tllc November meeting ol th Han 1. onend troasureJr'. Del BcmU 4-H Sew and Sev on n i e ofi Judy Allrcd and Janet Lybbert, club was called lo order al UK NOV. 30, Dee. 1 2s Del Bonita School. The pledg (This week) was 'ead by Vicki Powleslanc g XVniSNTlIAM It was decided that Michclem GRENADIER 5 Vivian llirsche Slocker was to be leader am nawnncT onnu Tnc regular meeting of the Barbara Juhasz as co-leader BAMLiuti Koum Wrentham 4-II Multiple Club Cecilia Patterson was clectw MARQUIS HOTEL g was held in the Wrontham lo thc Advisory Board. The pro 8 School Nov. 6. ject work was then done. 11 A Its-si iff Tllc 4H P'wiRc was led by MARQUIS 5 Lastuka and Viv- BAHONS-NODLE g ian Hirscnc To raise By Bob Rogers FLOWER SHOP Uia dub held a bomc and bat- The regular meeting of UK K lery thive Nov. 10. A bake sale Barons Noble Multi 4-H Clul NIARQUIS HOTEl BIDO. J and tea was held Nov. 24 at was held at the home of Mr jl the Wrentham School. and Mrs. Martain at 8 p.m The sewing club received new Nov. H. 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