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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH8RIOCE HERALD Friday, April 6, 1973 Town House Condensed 10-fl. oz. tin NEW AT SAFEWAY '-J Snow Star Now 6 Flavours to Choose From 1-gal. plastic pail 15-fl. oz. btle Town House Tomato Polly Ann white or brown sliced 20-oz. net wt. loaf Town House U.S. Choice Savoy light 6Vi-oz. net wt tin Safeway AH Purpose 1-ib. pkg. Libby's Canada Fancy 19 fl. oz. tin Libby's Canada Fancy, also Cut Green Beans or Asst. Peas .14 fl. oz. tin for SUCAR ALBERTA FINE GRANULATED.............. Paper bag 10.1 .49 ROAST OR STEAK Fresh Pork Boston Butt, Ib. PORK ROAST Fresh pienk Style Hock On CHUCK 1 Canada Grade A Beef ib. CHICKEN RIB ROAST Canada Grade A frozen whole. Manor House, quality brand Ib. CANADA GRADE 'A' REEF Ib. 79' 59 1 BAHAMAS UMWjfllMMP .19 410 cMropka! "ovour CANADA NO. 2 GEMS .......tello bog 7 1 f Ibj 20 98 PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge, April 6 7, 1973. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. CANADA MUSIC FESTIVAL RESULTS Scores in the high 80s with Hie occasional mark of 80 have characterized the 43rd annual Lethbridge atxl District Kiw- anis Music Festival. The week began slowly with many of the expected en- trants withdrawing due to the teachers' strike. Piano classes were well at- tended and according to adju- dicator Phyllis Schuldt, compe- titors were showing excellent work and promise. Jackie Ohno and Ed Gnandt shared top marks to date in respective piano groupings, with violin and 'cello artists Laurie Fumagalli, Perry Foster and sister Nancy Foster achieving marks of 90 in their classes. A young Lethbridge girl, Margaret Horvath, received ex- cellent accordion marks with 88 and 90, but was topped by Donald Jarvie who rated a 92 for his performance. Choral selections by the Teen Clefs, under the direction of Anne Campbell made an ex- cellent showing and were awarded with an 88 and 89, as were the Anne Campbell Sing- ers with 87 and 89. McKillop Senior Church Choir received marks of 88 and 90 in their class. In general, public attendance at the festival has been steadi- ly increasing, with a very pleas- ing turnout during the evening sessions at all halls, festival of- ficials say. Elementary grade choruses continue to draw the best aud- iences and are proving to be entertaining and capable young performers. He festival will run through to Saturday, with many dwrch and choral classes to take place this evening; as well as sev- eral operatic selections, school vocals, theatrical solos and an afternoon of guitar. The following are music fes- tival results for all classes which were completed Thurs- day: PIANO SOLO 10 and under 1. Gini Decoux, 87; 1. Roxanne Van Wyk, 86; Alex Thomson; Vivian Anderson, 86. 1 yrs. and under 1. Lisa Trofy- mow, 86; 2. Sheri-Lu Swanson, 85; Jill Olnilk, 85. BOYS' VOCAL SOLO TO jrs. 1 Michael Nowlm, K; 2. Craig Baceda, 82. BOYS' SOLO Unchanged voices Andrew Still- well, 85. GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO 7 yrs. i. Lori Cooper, 84, 2. Dana Glbb, 83. GIRLS' FOLK SOLO 10 yrs. and under 1. Lisa Trofy- mow, 87, 2. Barbara Bridge, 85. BOYS' FOLKSONG SOLO 10 yrs. and under 1. Craig Ba- ceda, 85; 2 Brock Dickie, 77. GIRLS' FOLKSONG SOLO 17 yrs. and under Heide- brecht, 86. BOYS' FOLK SONG SOLO 12 yrs. and under Andrew stillwell, 87 SCHOOL CHORUS Grade J 1. Fleetwood-Bawden, 88; 2. St. Paul's, 84; Agnes Dav'dson, ELEMENTARY FOLKSONG Grades 4 f i Elicford, B C 2 Westminster, 84. SCHOOL CHORUS Selected voices. Grades 4 te 1. Raymond, 170; 2. Assumption School, 168. SCHOOL CHORUS 7 Wilson Junior High, 85. LYRIC POETRY 11 yrs. and under Dwaine Pal- mer, 87; 2 Connie Matkin, 86, Doro- thy Ann Palmer, 84. 15 yrs. and under 1. Cortney Bre- erton, 87, Diane Keeler, 87. CANADIAN POETRY U yrs, and under 1. Doug Keeler, 86; 2. Steven Low, 85. 15 yrs. and under 1. Sharon Mil- ler, 87; 2 Cortney Brewerton, 86. DUOLOGUES 12 vrs. and under 1. Dorothy Ann Palmer and Shauna Nalder, 85; 2. Joanne and Carolyn Rlrle, 84. 15 yrs. and under Davles and Esther Stringham, 85. SOLO MIME 12 yrs. and under Dwaine Pal- mer, 87; 2. Cindy Lorenct, 86. BOYS' SCHOOL VOCAL Grade t Robert Mclaughlin, 88; Darren Dudley, 88; 2. Floyd "Men- crieff, 87; Gary Pohl, 87. Grade 1 Mark Nicholson, 88; 2. Blayne Moroz, 85. CONCERT BAND Grade 1 Gilbert Paterson School band, Grade 7, 160 SCHOOL RECORDER CHORUS Grade 4, 5 and-or 6 O'Conn-ll. Bette Beswick, Sara Fran, cis and Sandra Weaver, 84. STAGE BAND i Senior LCI stage band, M. CONCERT BAND Grade 4 LCI green baid, 178, total score. BOYS' FOLK SONG SOLO yrs. and under Mark Johnson, 87. FOLK BALLAD SOLO 16 yrs. and under Joanne Bellsle, 80. 61" LS' VOCAL SOLO 17 yrs. and under Melody Bohne, 86 MEZZO SOPRANO 21 yrs. and under Wendy Burrows, 88. OPATORIO SOLO Female, open HrynWv, 86 CONTRALTO 21 yrs. and under Marcia Swart ston, 86. ITALIAN ART SONG Carol Malmberg, 86. OPERATIC SOLO Female, open Wendy Burrows, 87. SONNET SEQUENCE Senior Sherl McFadden, 88. SOLO SCENES SHAKESPEARE IS yrs. and under 1. Lor! Hinman, 88; 2 Carolyn Nalder, 86 It yrs. and under 1. Tom Carter, 87; 2 Shirley Johnson, 86. CANADIA ;