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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Octcbor 17, THE LETHB5IDGE HERALD 7 South Alberta 4-H clubs reorganize DKI, BONITA lly A. Dale Jorgenson About persons attended the 12th annual Del Bonita 4-II Bee! Club awards evening recenlly. Reports, skits, musical selec- tions and songs were included in the program. Dale Jorgenson raised t h c champion calf 'while Wesley bad the reserve champion calf. Darlene Jor- gensrn won the award for hav- ing the calf with the ighcst rale of Doran Perry won the show- trophy and first place in judf'i''g. Jim'Nov.-lon. had Ihe best kcnt records and won first tor club cfficic-cy. Bryan Koskcv.'ich was the "best new feeder in the cl-'b. Mor.le "Kelgeson placed first in jur'or judging, Collesn Hoyt took tl-e ton spot in the junior public shaking. Perfect nilcn- dancc were presented 21 club members. I 4-H Beef Club Sept. the Cowley Community Trails 23 in Hall. Michael Elton conducted the presentation of awards. Doro- thy Douglas, leader, presented all the girls with 4-H pins from their club. Awards were presented for first place books and first place sewing for each class as fol- lows: First place hooks; Debra Clarkson, Susaiuie Clarkson, Janet Hewitt. First place sew- ing; Janet Hewitt. First year sewing: First place books; Sandra Brockwell, Brenda Dewart, first place sew- ing; Cindy Prc.slon. Second year sewing: first place book and sewing: Chris- tine Lank. Tliird year sewing: first place books; Jacqiielyn Buries, Lin- da Douglas, First place sewing; Linda Douglas. Certificates were given to Public Speaking Junior and Senior participants at club lev- el, including: Dona first place junior, Jacquelyn Buries first place senior, Jcny Dwycr second place senior. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heap pre- sented the club with an annual wall plaque which is retro-ac- tive to the clubs organization as to This plaque is a record of the efficiency win- ners. Mrs. Heap then presented Christine Lank with two effi- ciency trophies, one for 1971 and one for 1972. Janet Delinte, asislant lead- er, presented the T. Eaton Award to Janet Hewitt. "No Sales Tax" in these prices FARM SPECIAL 12v SO amps. G.P.2-U. 54 mo. war. 6v 115 amps. O. P. 1 36 mo. war. 70 amps. P.P. 24c. 36 mo. war. 12v 110 amps. G.P. 24c 60 mo. war. IETHBRIRGI BATTERY CO. 117 13th St. 'B' Soulh PhoJr, 7 Distributors of HART GIOBHITE DHCP to By Robin Ryan first meeting of the 107Z- 73 of the LcthbridRe 4-H Light Horse Club was held Oc- tober 2 at p.m. in the Bow- man Arts Centre. The 4-H pledge was led by Marilyn Hudson. The mrcting was urder .1113 iireclion of leaders Mr. aiid Mrs Goodrich. New members wore welcomed and the election of officers took place. Cinrtv Young was voted p-csi- ilcnt o! the club. Lynn Turner, Pat Lcngycl. Irens- urer. f'-vmen Clow, librarian and Pvyan, club reporter. Some of the past year's events discussed and it was that an Achieve- ment AV.T, -d Night will be held later in the year. Next meeting of the c-Ihbridge 4-II Light Horse Clvli will be held the first Monday in November in the Boy-man Arts Centre at p.m. All members and other interested persons arc in- vited lo attend. SIGNALLY By Sharon French The organizational meeting of the McNally Tailor Tacks was held Sept. 20 at the home of Mrs. Don Murray. Ten mem- bers, tlree leaders and one guest were present. The executive elected for the coming year includes: Patricia Patci'infi, president; Carol French, vice president; Bever- ly Krausher, secretary; Anna Lee Boulton, treasurer; Sharon French, club reporter; and Cathy Murray, club represent- ative. The leaders returning, for 1972-73 arc Connie Mercer, Bet- ty Patcliing and Mona Murray. Cathy Murray and Pal: icia Patching told how much fun tlicy hart at 4-H camp this sum- mer and encouraged the rest o! the club to attend next year. COUTTS By Teresa PIttman A meeting of the International 4-H Light Horse Club was held Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. in !he Coutts Civic Con- trc. It was decided to hold Ihe Achievement flight Oct. 22 at 6 p.m. in Ihe Coutts Civic Cen- tre. The for Ite new yeai1 elected. are Shane .Irffray, president, Shar- Winters, vice president, Laurie Furlong, secretary, Darlene .Taffray, treasurer, and Teresa Pitlman, club reporter. COWLEY Bv Christine I.aiili The Timlier Trails 4-H Sew- ing Club held a combined Awards Night with The Timber I--WK Going South For the winter? THE 73s API IN! THE ALL NEW You wouldn't believe the size of the bcilh- room It's really something to seel Nsw floor Pious In 73 mas ARE OP EL PRICES ARE DOWN. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF El DORADO'S DISCOUNTS ON KEW AND USED TRAVEL TRAILERS AND CAMPERS 1970 19 FOOT TRAVEL Fully self contained. Immaculate. 1968 17 FOOT TRAVEL AIR 6 SLEEPER TOILET LIKE NEW 1968 BLACKFOOT CAMPER BVi FOOT Heater Ice Box 3 Burner Range end Oven 1969 CHEV. TRUCK CAMPER SPECIAL automatic. P.S., P.B. Radio, extra gas tanks. 1971 lOVs' SKYLARK DELUXE CAMPER Henter Frig. Toilet Jacks. Pressure System ONLY USED A FEW TIMES 13' SHASTA A real clean unit. Ideal pulling for compact car Bank Financing IAC Financing 'H We even take cash. MIRK KIOVANSKY TERRY TRASLER SALES 2910 Isf Ave. S. East of Gov'i Elevators Phone 327-1233 LEN ULLY ;