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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 4-H CLUB REPORTS Tuesday, October 16, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -9 Lethbridge 4-H Light Horse Club met Oct. 1 un- der the leadership of Cindy Young. The pledge was led by Virginia Holmes. A new committee was elected with results as follows: Maxine McKenna, president; Maria Ully, vice-president; Terry Hoot, secretary; Cindy Young, treasurer; Dianne Curtis, reporter and Liz Stillwell, librarian Club leader is Mrs Goodrich. Members plan to make matching vests which they will wear at club activities. An awards banquet is planned for Nov. 27 at p.m at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. The re-organization meeting of McNally 4-H Beef Club was conducted Oct. 3 at McNally School. Election of officers for the new year was held. Results are as follows: Jim Russell, president; Chris Sugimoto, vice-president; Naomi Sugimoto, secretary; Rolf Janhsen, treasurer, Michael Jarokosky, club reporter; Alex Russell, librarian. Council representatives are Randy Slen and Mr. Jarokosky. Adult com- mittee. Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Jarokosky and Mrs. Kaminski. Club leaders' Mr. Murray and Mr. Russell. Plans for a fall banquet were discussed. The next club meeting was set for Nov. 7. Shortgrass 4-H Club met Oct. 3 at Hoping Hall to elect new club officers. Results: Bernie Ehnes, president; Don Garber, vice-president; Patricia Herbst, secretary; Debbie Lee, treasurer; Brenda CS-5Z3 ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR FEATURES: Quick operation with a specially designed "Input buffer register1 Easy operation Convenient total key Underflow system Rounding device Constant multiplication and division Efficient red printing in the case of a negative value Automatic credit balance system Available Convenient overflow error check lamp Unique adding mode device Automatic punctuation Automatic spacing system Automatic clearing system when power switched on Automatic paper feed key now at CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. Phone 327-4591 319 7 St. S. Kolesar, reporter. The club planned at weigh-in at the Jack Ross Ranch, Nov. 3 and 10 starting at 9 a.m. Starting weights will be between 450 Ibs. and 600 Ibs. A reorganizational meeting of Lethbridge- Coaldale 4-H Beef Club was held Sept. 17. Chosen as new officers for the coming year were Cheryl Tokariuk, president; Dianne Boulton, vice-president; Gayle Ober, secretary; Sandra treasurer; Darrell Osmond, reporter. The club leader is Mrs Barbara Bond with Pat Shologan, Tracy Dow, John Machielse, and Mrs. Mildred Harris as assistants. Winners of the raffle held during achievement week were: 1st prize, fat steer Rick Corey, Coaldale; 2nd prize, tooled purse Con Zaremba, Lethbridge; 3rd prize, camera Ed Martins, Coaldale. On Sept. 26, the Timber Trails Multiple Club held their re-organization meeting New officers: presi- dent Heather Buries; vice-president Cherokee Simpson, secretary Debbie Delinte; treasurer Carolyn Delinte, club reporter Christine Lank; librarian Stanley Simp- son, historian Lorna Johnson; new leaders Mrs. Lank; photography Mrs. Buries, assistants Mrs. Thibert, Mrs. Mowat. tf WESTERN CANADA NEW BREEDS FEMALE SALE Monday, Oct. 29th -11 a. OVER 200 FEMALES 15 Bred Vz Simmental Heifers 6 Bred Vi Maine Anjou 5% Limousin Heifer Limousin Heifer 50 Bred Limousin 14 Vi Blonde Heifer 20 Bred Welsh Black 20 Open Welsh Black 12 V3 Gelbvieh Heifer 50 purebred Brown Swiss Females Bred to Nugget Aron and some to Chianina. This is an outstanding set of Big Brown Swiss Cattle. This Sale has become recognized as Western Canada's Large Volume Sale of New Breeds Cattle for the Progessive Stockmen. Perlich Bros. Auction Market Ltd. 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