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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta April I, Till UTHBRIDGt HERALD 3 Cardston Rotary Club helps young musicians Ily CATIIKIHNK HULL Herald News Service CAHDSTON The Grand Concert, featuring lop perform- ers o( Hie fcslival, was staged here recently. More than in cash nnd scholarships; 1C permanent tro- phies; and three revolving tro- phies were presented. I or receiving the most certi- ficates, eight-year-old Tamara Tagg received S50. Lindzi Spackman received second prize and Jack Iliomas third. The Rotary Club Workshop Scholarship of was uon hy Bctto Boswick. Teresa Pitcher received a award lor being Die best ju- nior accompanist. Tliis wss Ihe eighth year for the Cardston festival. Again il was .sponsored hy the Cardston Hotary Dr. Robert Rucscll was chair- man and Mrs. Winnifrcd Thom- as the secretary. One more name should have, I" been added to those chosen to attend the provincial festival at Calyary. Doug Carlson will play his saxaphone in the band instruments section. A cheque of S25 was presenl- cri to each of tile following: POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RICKARD PIANO CLASSES tfv.t promisi. Trent li. Dei' piano duel, S RcteH Linda Lee Thoina: Pilchr-r, VOCAL CLASSES MC'I promising unde', Liia pro.niiing t under. F'aul Sloan. tinker Lori Smith. girl punlit, ihclfey 13 boy planhf, Currii 1, Shelley Janiiko artd Munlclanililp fc BAND CLASSEI profilin Kalhy Cahocn in band and piano: Pcrmancnl I Senior prrfo'r ClaS'Pl. I VOCAL W.uikal Tjicntri T'cphy. 5pac> "'an iisit Mqg F-flnilV esa 11 yean mil IB It yeari and 11 yegri vith I" were Pat Lengyel, six; Carol French, four; and Cathy Murray, two. For Baker it was Pam Brown, eight; Carol Braun and Rayma Miller, each Ihree; Debbie Eraser, two; and Rose lAm and Lilly Uhryn, one each. Grades 7 and B boys saw Ba- ker "A" erfge McNally 3Z to 31. David Urban scored 16. Kelly Kaminski scored 14 for the los- ers. McNally beat Davidson V to 22. Crowsiiest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING erndn Decoux, Reildent Blairmora Phenfl 562-2149 SOD UNDERGROUND WATER SERVICES SODDING LANDSCAPING UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING UTHJRIDGE, AlftERTA PHONE These Are The LetHmdge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAUL CHALA P.O. Box 387 IOMOND MRS LEONARD CHASE.......r.s.ierol Delivery EARDSTON MRS. CATHERINE IIUIL...... Qinsiol Dsliviry- COWLEY CLARENCE WEEKfS P.O. Box 7 5TAVELY MRS. VIOIET CLANCY Box 52 CRANBROOK BON POWELL................i 'o Courier Contact lhaia paopM tor piitrrrj Newi or CJanififld Adverlliing JAMES P1ECHOCKI ESTATE localori Miloj East ond 6' BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA North of MONDAY, APRIL 10 1 P.M. SHARP Term! Caih luricli Served f this Having received instructions from Ihe AdmjniLtrclort Eitale, will lell at auction, Fha itemti CARS AND TRUCKS 1 1967 FORD Cujlon. door jcdan, T'arurnii- slon, P.B.. P.S.., Rndio, ?39 V-3 motor. A ocod elixir, car( 1 1969 fORD FIDO Exo'orer 'Men Trucl. Radio, 3 ipced Transmission, milei. Good Condition, 1-1930 1. 110 I.H.C. Truck in good running order, qond lireij 1 !7-1on Truck KB-2 INTERNATIONAL TRACTORS 1-JOHN DEERE 830 Dissel Troclor. Dual Hydi., T T.O Good Condifion. overnauled, new recr tiresi HARR5I 55 Gci Trador with Hydv, good rubberr 1-CA5E WD Cos Troclcr, 3 point hilch wilh AC Front.end loader, Monuri fork ond Bolo flevator. COMBINES AND SWATHERS 1 Model 750 1? fool S.P. Swalher In good condition 1-13 fool Pick-Up Reel; HARRIS No. 17 S.P, Combine! wilb pick-upir 1-MA5SEY HARRIS No. 31 ST. Combine; 1-JOKN DEERE 17 foot P.T.O. MACHINERY 1-1.H.C. Modol No. 47 Baler. Gjod condition; 1-INLANB Automohc Bole Slool.er No. J01 16 bole. 1-EVCRSMAN 1 SD Hyd. Scroper; 1-EVER5MAN Land Lcvellen 1-KIRCHNER Ditcher; 1- MEYERS 1-MEYERS Dildi (illcr; 1- ORAHAM U foot Clilicl 1-H fool REN Rod Weedsr Allach.; 1-AUIS CHAIMCRS 7 fool Trailer Movtrcr. like 1-MASSEY FERGUSON 4 bnr Side Delivery Rote. 1-Mc- CORWICK No. 30 MonufB Spreader; 1-JOHi-l DEERE X" Hamermill, P.T.O. on transport; 1-1.H.C. 12 fool Doubln Dric( 1-1.H.C. 12 (I. Model B Prcji Drill; 1-MASSEY HARRIS 12 fl. Wido Level wilh Seoder box; I-MA5SEY HARRIS 10 (I. One Way on rubber, power lift; McCORMIO: 4 Boltom Plow; 1-NOBIE Blade Model A, 12 Point Hilch 6 fool Cullivolor; 1-McCORMICtC U fl. Cullivolor; 1-16 (I, HAY.O.VATER Bole Elevator, on Iransporl; 1-JOHN DEERE MLF 8 Row Crop Side Dressing Unit, Sel up for 6 row 1-COCKSHUTT 30 fl. Sprpyer, J--5 foot CROW FOOT Packers; Lever Harrows dro-tf fool SNOWCO Groin Loader wilh 9 Ji.n. Briggi A" Slrolfon motor; 1-14 loot MAYRATH loader wilh 9 h.n- Vrisconiin molor; 1-HART EMERSON.VIKING fnnninn l-Snlo' Flol Deck Wagon, Flat Decfc Wogon FUEL AND PROPANE TANKS 2-300 Gallon Furl tanks; 1-135 ool. Portable I'jel wilh pump; 1-500 gallon Propono SADDLE HORSE year old More, well broke and MISCELLANEOUS trough with heaferj Several feed hunVii; 5 Hy. drautie Ramij 1 Arehylene welder; ]-Propana Torch wit.T 25 Ib. boltle; l-Ccnlrifugal Pump wifh BriggJ ft 5'ralfon motor; Chains; Shove U; Tooli, ele.i Large qu on lily of icrop Iron ond icfvoge machinery, HOUSEHOLD ARTICIES 1-4 Burner Pro pan o Range; 1-Small Propone Mrn'er, U- Olf Heater: I-ZENITH 30 cu. ff. Deep TrCEio: 1-SCRVEl Propane Pe'rigeroto'; CheslcrField 1 Roet choir? 1 Television sclr I T- Chrornr Table and 4 cJiairi; 2 -Dcdij 1-Kilchcn Cahincf; nijhcjj PoK; Fam, clc. deicriplion