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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Oclober 1972 THE LtTHBRIDGF HERALD INSECT COLUCTION The 20lh annual Insect col- lection competition, sponsored bv the Alberto Entomo- logical Society presented an opportunily for the St. Cath- erines School science class from Picture Butte to see how It is done. Left to right, Chris Ffetcher, Patty Cronik, HenrieHa Ionian Dr. Gordon Hobbs of the Lethbridge Re- search Station, and Helen Muller discuss a special entry to the competition which shows the damage done lo plants by insecls. Three Edrnonlon youths swept the top honors in the senior and open challenge classes while a ,CoT, There no entries from southern Alberta. The idea of ihe competi- tion is to interest youngsters in the life >f insects in an attempt to strengthen the labor force in Ihe field of en- When the competition was originated, Leth- bridge youths were the major winners but interest has waned in recent years. Above ore two samples of enlries to the competition. Ric Swiharr photo JOE'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. and 32nd. STREST PHONE 328-01 FALL AVENUE and 32nd. STREST SOUTH (Highway 3 Ensl lo Tober) PHONE 328-0166 or 328-0181 NOW IN FULL SWING! Worth Mobile Homes must be cleared to rt.afce room for new units on the Ses the new KNEGHT SCHMSDT INDUSTRIES MOBILE HOWES Double Wide and 14 fool Single Wide Units AISO THE Nor Weslern Units rn Sinnfo 12 Ft. and All UNITS HEATED FOR YOUR VIEWING COMFORT! 14 Ft. Wid Make your selection now and lava hundreds. YOU GET 1. Quality AM unite carry CSA approval. up to 16 years to pay, 3. lower rate terms. 4. Service and intisfaction after purchase. REMEMBER YOU AlWAYS BUY FOR LESS AT JOE'S MOBILE HOMES report MILK RIVER By Doenz Forty persons allended the reorganization meeting of the Milk River 4-H Beef Club held Oct. 12, including ]5 new mem- bers. The club ttiil have 30 mem- bers with calves. Robert Kure, chairman of the meeting and last year's club leader gave some dMa on events that would rake place in !hc coming year. Officers for 1972-73 include: Brian Ijjideman, president; Diane Stringam, vice president; Tlaraona Thieier, treasurer; Beniadine Doenz, secretary. Me N ALLY Ry .Sharon French Three visitors, 14 members and three leaders attended the McNally Tailor Tacks meeting Oct. 20 at Patricia Patching's. Connie Mercer gave the club an outline for the coining year and gave out project books. She rend a list of awards that each in the club is eligible for and can work towards. They include: efficiency, public speaking, best project book, best sewr article, Miss Congen- iality, and most co-operative member. The district home economist will be tins club's guest speaker at the next mecluig, Nov. 24, p.m. ai the home of Debbie Davies. Guest speaker .Janet Russell explained about the different 4-H camps and she attended llii.s summer as a jun- ior leader and as a member. Janet also received the efficien- cy award of the previous year from T, Eaton Company, AUTUMN SOMMERFEIDT CAR SALES Before you buy check our qualEty used ccrs and trucks. LOW MIJEAGE EXECUTIVE DRIVEN 2-1972 Chevs. Impala 4 dr. hdls. Well equipped, on< th nir eond't'oning. Plus these 3 72's 1972 FURY II. 2 door hardtop. Wolf miles. 1972 CHRYSLER NEW- PORT. 4 door hordfop, well equipped. 1972 LEMANS. 4 door sedan, 6 cyl., P.S.. P.B.' 4.000 miles. 1970 CHEV. 4 door se 1970 OLDS. 88 2 door hardtop, mint cnndtlion. 1969 OLDS. 98 4 doer hardtop, luxury sedan fully powered. 1968 CAPRICE ESTATE WAGON. Premium unit. 1968 BUICK WI'.DCAT. 4 door hardtop, equipped. f aXsT bt 1968 IMPAIA. 2 door hardlop. fully equipped. ECONOMY CORNER 1970 DA7SUN. 4 spued, radio, beauliful shape. 1968 V.W. Foslback. 1964 V.W. BUS. Good 1967 FAIRtANE. Wagon, V-8, outo, radio. I 1963 COMET. 3 speed I 6 cyl., mini shope. 1967 REBEL. VS. c.ulo. ra d i o. 1972 CHEYENNE .Ton, loaded. miles. J1967 FORD CUSTOM ton, V-8. outo. radi 'Where Quality Tells and Price Sells" 321 13th St. N. Phone 328-9444 ;