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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, August 10, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGl HERALD 3 Cowboy dirt in Picturo Bulle rodeo action Success marks Coaldaie event tural Gas. Fraternal and dub 1, Coal- dale KiiiMneii-Kincttus; 2, Coal- Jamboree Days5 queen title Original, under J8 1, Linda I navies; 2, Heggics, Hay morel. Commercial 1, Lee's Pal- Wheat load fire victim NOBLKKOHD (Special) A load of wheat was destroyed fire broke out in a Inick ___ owned by Ronnie Konyncnbclt. rodeo providrt! the Epeclalors The fire was potentially dangcr- with plenty of action. Parade winners were: Original entry 1, Merle Good: 2, Ticlilor boys; 3, Shelly Stiimek. Recreation finals 1, North County; 2, PICTURE DUTTE fUNS) Mrs. Alvir.a Chronik w a s crowned tuicen of the hiRlily- successful I'iclurc liutte Jam- liorce Days by last year's queen, Mrs. Peggy Watson. First runnerup Moria Shearer with Mrs. Quinncll sec- ond runnerup. Other contestants were Mrs. Pat liodnar and Mrs. Ivy Nummi. The parade was an improve- ment over last year and the ous hecausc of the proximity to the Pioneer Grain elevator. The truck had been parked in the parking lot because of a flat (ire and burst into flames when the owner went for re- pairs. CroAvsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernjn Docoux, Roiidunl Rep., Bloirmore Phone 562-2149 T ace; 2, Southern Alberta Co- Op. Non-commercial County Oldlimers; 1, North 2, Picture Butte Lions; 3, Christian Edu- cational Croup. car 1, Picture Butte women's softball club; 2, Order of Foresters; 3, Order nf the Royal Purple. Decorated car, I, Juris Livestock: 2, Bank of Nova Scotia; 3, Warren Insur- ance. Another highlight was the food and vegetable (air. First place winners in the various sections were Katie Harvey, four lime winner, Ben Kffring. a time winner, JoAnn Osaka, ,1 two time winner girls, two-time win ncrs, Mrs. Amelia Dick, Mrs Verona Naldcr, Mrs. Sharon Silsbe, Cindy Simmons, Kathcr ine Rae, Mrs. Grace Simmons Evelyn Osaka, Mrs. R. Armmd son, Ingrid Kostka and Ann Gibbons. COALDALE (HNS) Sue- Parade winners were: cons was the theme at the ari- Commercial 1, Smith's Coaldalc Settler Days. TV ami Appliances; 2, Tomboy Blessed with ideal weather. Store; n, Canadian Western Na- Ihu event was lalwllcd the best record. Plans were co-or- dinated by the Settler Days committee, a branch of the Coaldaie Economic Develop- ment committee. A street dance Friday, spon- sored by the Ventura Hotel, launched the affair with the Coaldaie Businessmen's Asso- ciation sponsoring a free pan- cake breakfast Saturday rnorn- infi. With the Coaldaie Rotary Club providing the manpower, the parade was bigger and bet- ter than ever. Lee Handley was parade marshall and riding in special cars Mayor and Mrs. A. F. Blakie, Mayor Andy Anderson of Lcthhridge, Lclh- bridge MP Deane Gundlock, Tabcr Warner MLA Doug Miller and officials from sur- rounding centres. An arts and crafts display was staged by the five play- jround centres as well as ar- .ifacts and crafts by local scn- or citizens. Mrs. Peter Mack, Mrs. Peter Enns anil Mrs. Jack Twitchcn were in charge of the refresh- ment booth witli net proceeds the Coaldaie Community Hospital. The Coaldalc Kinsmen Club rodeo, affiliated for the first lime with the Chinook Rodeo Association, attracled around people under the chair- manship o! Larry Ober. dale Pythian Sisters; 3, Tabcr Chamber of Commerce. Fraternal and club, children I, Kcadymade 4-b Club; 2, First Coaldaie Cub and Scout Pack; 3, Coaldaie Fish and Game Association. Decorated cars, fraternal anil club Wayfarers Girls Club; 2, 10F. Decorated cars, 1, Alberta Wheat Pool; 2, Store; 3, Coaldaie Insur- ance. New, permanent, bleachers were installed in time for the rodeo ajid the Kinsmen also op- erated a highly successful beer garden. A band from Trinidad enter- tained in Hie downtown area, the Coaldaie Buddhist Church sponsored a chow mcin supper and activities were brought to a close by another street dance with hundreds of people join- ing in. Top golf meet NOBLEFOTiD fSpecial) Terry Lyon nf Pincher Creek and Rose Todd o! Nobleford teamed up to win top honors in a two-hall golf toumment at Kcho Park with a score of Norman Johnson of Vauxha and Marcella Steiner of Vulcan were FLOAT WINNER Luanne Nogo and Diane Tymburski display projects of the Coal- dale Wayfarers Girl's Club on the decorated car which look first place in Ihe best decaraled fraternal car seclion al Coaldale's Settler Days. Mary Tymburskl Photo COALDALE The Barons- Sureka Health Unit is sponsor- ng the following infant and pro-school clinics: ENCHANT Tuesday, Aug- ust 15, in the School from 1 to 3 p.m, TABER Tuesday, August 15, in the Health Unit Office in :he Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. A'lS- il 17, in 1b-> Healih Unit Of- fice (upstairs in the Town of- fice building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER Thursday, August 17, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from JO a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. IIARDIEVILLE Friday, August !8, in the School from to p.m. Parents arc- reminded that boosters are required for chil- dren starting grade one in the fall. For Social Service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldaie 3338, and Taber 223-3911. we room RENTAL NO. 1 1 1972 14' SCAMPER Bunk awning, tleeps 6 Reg. 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