Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Fest sees marks in 90s Good marki and food adjudications continued throufhout Uw second day of fee 44ta annul and District Kiwania Mule Festival, Several Mk were registered during the Timday sessions, while most other marks trailed in the high 80s. Among those competitors achieving high marks were Susan Foster and Debbie Mcnn for their Instrumental sonata; Laurie Fumagaili for piano solo; Betty Leister for instrumental solo; Vern for saxophone; Brian Tbortacius for clarinet and Rodney Vedres for snare drum. Although some evening classes ran behind time, festival secretary Marge Mclaughlin said for the most part the schedule was being followed as closely -as possible. School vocal and chorus groups drew the largest audiences during the morning and afternoon sessions, with parents .and relatives on hand to support the efforts of the young contestants. Pollpwing are festival results for Tuesday sessions (competitors are from Lethbridge otherwise .BOYS' VOCAL SOLO. 11 to 13 years: Craig GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO. 11 years. Linda Plaxton. 85; Barbara Bridge. Ravmond, 84. BOYS' VOCAL SOLO. 6 to 7 years: Douglas Molnar. 80. BOYS' VOCAL SOLO, 8 to 9 years: Mark Pack. Raymond, 80. GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade 1: Vivian Davidson. Agnes Davidson, 1st; Suzanne Maisey. Agnes Davidson. 2nd. BOYS' SCHOOL. VOCAL. Grade 1: Simon Lacey, Agnes Davidson, 1st: Gary Oler. Agnes Davidson. 2nd. BOYS' VOCAL SOLO. 11 Craig Baceda, 83; Garth Pachal. Claresholm. 78. GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO. 13 years: Valerie O'Toole. 84: Starlie Hranac, Coaldale. 78: SOLO SCENES. 12 years and under: Cheryl Misak. -84; Shauna Nalder, Raymond. 83. LYRIC POETRY, 10'years and under: Roselyin Hately, Raymond, 86; Heather DeArmond; 84. CONTEMPORARY ALBERTA POETRY. 12 years and under: Dorothy Ann Palmer, 82; Cheryl Misak. 80. CANADIAN POETRY. 10 years and under: Theresa Szpendyk, 83: Lee-Ann Tunstall. 82. TUBA E: Terry Mortensen. Raymond. 79. TUBA Dueck. Coaldale, 75. TUBA C: Keena Humphries, Taber. 81. TRUMPET E: Keena Humphries. Taber. 84. TRUMPET 4: Carl Classen, 78; Ray Martens. Coaldale. 75. TRUMPET C: Tom Alston. Magrath, 79., TROMBONE Russell Traber. n. GtnM Ptttef CoaMate, TROMBONE B: OaU. SONATA JU- N10R. M MMI aid wafer: Foator, DejbUe Ham, M Ryaa, Carolyn Sauaden. H. VIOLIN SOLO. ywt and under: Brent Pundl. U; Cynthia Sicbart, M SPECIAL STRING SOLO, 1 year of study: Randy Sctowsder, VIOLA SOLO, open: Nancy Foiter, 12. VIOUN DUET, II and under: Valeria HorvaUi, SnaUey JBurt. M. VIOLONCELLO SOLO, If ytan and under: Perry Foster, H. VIOUN SOLO, yean and under: Laurie Fumagalli, Bellevue. CELLO SOflATA, junior, It yean and under: Retry 66, STRING CONCERT GROUP, ID years and. under: Nancy Foster, M. VIOLIN AND PIANO SONATA, 19 years and under; Laurie Fumafalli, Bellevue. 84. BACH years and under: Nancy-j: Watson, 17: Kathy Morris, 8S BACH PIANO. 8 years and under: Virginia Gale, BUirmore, W; SaWna Seitz, 87; Joanne Price. Blairmorc, tl. PIANO SONATINA. 15 years and under: Dianne Wells. Blairtnore, 86; Barbara Dennis. Lundbreck, 85. PIANO SOLO. 16 years and under: Laurie. Fumagalli, Bellevue, 90; Wayman Mah. Bellevue, 88 PIANO SOLO, IS years and under: _ Carolyn Stirling, 81; Peggy Johnson. 78. LYRIC POETRY. 14 years and under; Jackie Ohno, "88; Douglas Keeler, Raymond, Dawn Davies, 86. STORY TELLING. 12 years and under: Joanne Ririe, 89; Dean Gallimore, 87. CANADIAN POETRY, 12 years and under: Gary Kamitomo, Raymond, 87; Donald Gibb. Raymond, Rodney Slusar. 85. INSTRUMENTAL SOLO, H years and under: Susan Foster, 92: Betty Leister, 90. ALTO SAXOPHONE D: Scott Jen- sen. Raymond. 85; Juanette Daniels, ALTO SAXOPHONE C: Randy Maries. Magrath. 80. ALTO -SAXOPHONE B: Alan Schlachter. Bow Island, 75. ALTO SAXOPHONE A Vern Dorge, 90: Judy M. Wudrich. Bow Island, 74. TENOR SAXOPHONE C: Richard Hopwood. 75. TENOR SAXOPHONE A: Vern Dorge. 87. CLARINET C: JoM Rooin. H. CLARINET A: Brian TWUciui, SNARE DRUM 0: Vedrei, II. GIRLS VOCAL I to 19 yean: Uu ti; Kitty Vadaali, Clareahokn. M. GIRLS'SCHOOL VOCAL, I: Tara (Upcim, Anei Daviaaoo, S3; Sandra Qifr, Agnw DavMaon. M. BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Gride t. Randy Jeuen, M; Derek Hah, Fteetwpad-Bawden, II. CONCERT RECITAL, open: Ltaniie C Kknpaatorf 75 HAVDN SONATA, open: Karen Ppxzi, Bellevue, Mann, CONCERT RECITAL, 18 years and under: Laurie Fumafalli, Bellevue, Shelley Bart, CardiiOB, O. TWENTIETH CENTURY, open: Routine Laycock, 83. GIRLSWOCAL M to 16 years: Elizabeth Martin, (S; Vana Leonard, Mitt River. 84. GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO, 15 years: Elizabeth Martin, M; Pat Alexander; .It GIRLS' SCHOOL VOCAL, Grade Crystal Maier, Wilson Jr. High, 86; Karen Cunningham, Wilson Jr. High, GIRLS' SACRED SOLO, 16 years and under: Vana Leonard, Milk River, Martin, 84. GIRLS' .VOCAL SOUJ, 16 years and under; Sharon Orr, .84; Judy. Ralph, Fort Macleod, 82. DUOLOGUES. 14 years and under: Dorothy Ann Palmer, Shauna 'Nalder, Raymond. 84; SHAKESPEARE SOLO SCENES, 14 years and under: Sylvia Oishi, Stirling, 84: Dawn Davies. 82. DRAMATIC POETRY. 14 years and under: Melisa Spademan, 86; Sylvia Oishi, Stirling, SONNET SEQUENCE, i4 years and under: Dwaine Palmer, Raymond, Dawn Davies, 83. BIBLE READING 14 years and under: Douglas Keeler, Raymond, 82. BIBLE READING, 19 years and under: Linda Cole. 85. LYRIC POETRY, 19 years and under: Sher-i McFadden, 85: LYRIC POETRY, 16 years and under: Brenda Tuttle. 83. SOLO SCENES, open: Shef.i McFadden, 88. CONCERT BAND. Grade 2: Gilbert Paterson Jr. High Band, 90; W. R. Meyers Jr. High 89. CONCERT BAND. Grade 4: Raymond High School Band, 90; Erie Rivers High School Band, Milk River, Vitamin C saves lives to KXDKIE HIT' Stop at the..: FRONTIER MOTEL Excellent Accommodations. 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