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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -luescfoy, October 31, 1972 THE ICTHSCtCGr 15 'lub reports from south 4-H activities DEL BON1TA By Rosclla Juliasz TIic election of officers for the Del Bonila 4-H sew and Sew Club are as follows: Connie Hillmer, president; Deanne Henry, vice president; Lorraine Leishman, secretary; Shannon Fairies, treasurer; Rosella Juhasz, club reporter; Carrie Bowen, Kathe Mehew, liistorian; Pam Mehevv, Vi -ki Powlesland, lunch committee; Terry Powlosland, Kathe Me- hew, recreation; Pam Mehew, librarian; and representative to district council, Lorraine Leish- man. Advisory Board members el- ected were Hennaye Parries, Helen Newton, Bartora Juhasz, and Linda Hoyt. more members will be elected later. It was decided to hold meet- ings on the first Saturday of the month. Ways of raising money were cMscussed. WARNER By Kelly McCoy The organ! zational meeting of the Warner 4-H Beef Club was held recently. The new executive includes: Wayne McCoy, president; Cam McKenzie, vice president; Hol- ly Dccnz, secret ary; Neil Ilerbst, treasurer; Kelly McCoy club reporter; Warren Minion, historian. Adult Committee: Don McCoy, chb leader; Lee Minicn, assistant; Ed Nemelll, Howard flam ling, Jack Hutcli- inson, advisors. The annual lour of the club was to tile Air Force base and National Guard base in Great Falls, Montana. The club is to be a mixed beef club tills year. Weight of the calf for the year is to be 575 pounds. Weigh-in day is Nov. 11 at Dri-Land Feeders at 1 p.m. An- nual Awards Night is sliled for November 10, at tlio Warner SclKol Auditorium at 7 p.m. PA UK I, A KB By WcniSy Wilson The Park Lake 4-H Club re organizational rcftsling was held Oct. 11. The new execu- tive elected included: Leader, Fred Leverick; President, Bri- an Nicol; Secretary, Lcona Ser- eda; Treasurer, Reg Nicul; Vice-president, Cathy Ham; So- cial convenor, Joe Masnyck; Reporter, Wendy Wilson; Jun- ior Leaders, Reg Nicol, Dennis Lundc, Craig Wilson, Date Ham; Assistant Leaders, Mr. Klima, Mr Gi-oonembaom. Meetings will be the first Wednesday of every mouth at 8 p.m. WRENTHAM By Vivian Hirsche The Wrenlham 4-H Multiple Club held its reorganization meeting Oct. 5. The new club executives for 1972-73 were elected, including: Ken Hirsche Jr., presidsnt; Gayle Edwardo, viccpresident; Cindy Hubek, secretary; Dick Vas, treasurer; Vivian Ilirsche, club reporter; and Debbie Ed- wards, historian. The leaders are Alex Jozsa (beef) and Nellie Nilsson (sew- Advisory memters are: Ken Hirsche, C. rl HuteK, Ann Lastuka and Katherine This year the club has 22 members including six ECW members. A second meeting was held on Oct. 16. The minutes of the last meeting were read and ap- proved. Tile awards night and banquet will bs held in Novem- ber. The ch'h's weigh-in will be held Nov. II. HOPING Phyllis llolibs The reorganizational of the Stiort Grass 4-1! Beef Club was held at the Ilopias Communily Centre Oct. 10 at p.m. The rules and regulations were rcsd and the ohcLion of officers bsgan with tile results: Cherie Hrrse'ie, Bernie Ehnes, vice Theresa secretary; Col Dixion, tvcriMircr: and Phyllis Ilnbie, club vcpurU'r. Tlie meetings will tfa I lie "PUSH PAST THE POWER BARRiER WITH M W PSSTONS AND RINGS' Listed below is just a few of fhe many reasons why M W Pitton SeJs will do so much more for your I ratio r. duly M 8- W Pistons are cum cmd jjroond for dynamic li! and dynamic performance. Mi- Resist or steel inserts. Every M W Piston is mdi- vklually designed1 for thi? fjioe it fits witli Iho designer1; having (ho advantage of lio-.v the (103 Eluctro-Polfshrd Suiintcs'. ulroady pcrforrntid in use. No Oil Rings nu.'orifis or cjuosiworfc op- if-T oil just fiard futli. (Jioinaqe M t W REnrjs iluciilc iron" for i pt.-rfoj-munct! in L-rr.'d htlfer fit, bullion control r Chronic 003 -.16lli Avo S C. CAIGARY. Pl.onc 2.13-55il ttTKr.RIDCt, Visit the "Oliver Dealer" nearest you first Wednesday of every month at p.m. at tlie Hoping Community Center. LETIIBRIDGE By Doug Tokni The first meeting of the Lcth- lirLclge Norlham 4-H Beef Club was held Oct. 2 at ttie Picture Butle Library'. Tire new officers are: Lorrie Boras, president; Su- san Haney, vice president; Car- rie Richardson, secretary; Su- san Boras, treasurer; and Doug Tokai, club reporter. Calf weigh in will be Nov. 11 at the Picture Butte Sugar Fac- tory Feed Lot. CARDSTON By Karen Holt The Rocky Ridge Riders of Cardston held their re-organiza- tional meeting October 6. The new executive is as fol- lows: Carol Wilson, president; Cheryl Lcavitt, vice president; Kathy Pontarollo, secretary; Randy Russell, treasurer; Kar- en Holt, reporter; Karen Thompson, historian. An outline of activities was and planned for the upcomon.i year. persons can attend the next mealing Nov. 3 at 4 p.m. nt Hie School Division Of- fice. For more information con- tact any club TAKER By Cindy Bndura Tlie regular meeting of the Tabcr 4-II Sugar Beet Club was held Oct. 2, 8 p.m. at Taber Central School Gym. Peter Bri- zinelo led UK 4-H pledge. Tlw minutes of the last meet- ing were read by Cindy Badura, secretary. A report was given by treasurer Richard Cscke. A report was given by the club reporter Cindy Badura. Richard Cscke gave a report on Pot Luck Picnic, which wus held at tlie Taber Provincial Park in August. Billy Badura was presented with a silver spoon for help in the Taber parade. The re-organization of the club will be held Nov. 6 at p.m. at Tabcr Centra] School. BARONS-NOBLE By Gwen Luchia Tlie re-organizational meet- ing of the Barons-Noble Multi- 4-H Club was held in the Noble Central Gym. There were 16 members present. Beverly Row led the pledge. Tim Mclntosh again acted as Uic secretary. Election of officers as fol- lows: Tim Mclnlosh, president, Kevin Lucliia, vice-president; Beverly Row, secretary; Mary Atkinson, treasurer; Harry Gro- ten, librarian; Bob Rogers, club reporter; John ten historian; Wanda lAichia, rcpresentitive to 4-H council; Gwen Luchia, lunch convenor. The next meeting will be held at the home of Cheryl Martin. Nov. 14. HOPING By Theresa Garbcr The Hoping Nimble Needles recently held their reorgani- zational meeting. Club Leader Marge Mitzd called meet- ing to order wifh the 4-H Pledge, and the reading of rules and regulations. Election of officers followed including Melody Mueller, pre- sident; Rita Kance, vice presi- dent; Debbie Lee, secretary; Sherry Black, treasurer; and Theresa Garber, club reporter. Honda Bianchi, Verna Ehnes, Diane Karl, Rhonda Kanie, Dar- lene Ulcbster and Jaiuce Muel- lor were named to the recrea- tion board. Regular meetings will be held second and fourth Wednesdays each month at 7 p.m. in Qie Hoping Conunujiity Centre. USED IRRfGATSON EQUIPMENT SPRINKtERS- 1 Valley Self-Propelled Model 1038 1 14 Mile 4" Gheen Wheel Line 1 14 Mile 5" Gheen Wheel Line r MAIN 20 couplers (Oliver) 13 couplers (Oliver) 64 coupler and valve (Oliver) 64 coupler (Oliver) 28 6' x30' coupler and valve (A M) 27 coupler (A M) 40 coupler (Wade) 40 coupler and valve (Wade) POWER UNITS FEED EQUIPMENT 1 Model No. 20 Grain- trailer 1 Model No. 30 Grain trailer 1 Model 420 cu. ft. Harsh Mixer wagon Cose L.P.G. E4JQSM Berkely Pump trailer and safety switches cod suction equipment 1-M.M. 425 N.G. 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