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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Cranbrook Girls9 Bugle Band steps out Cranbroolc Is proud of her Cranbrook Girls' Bugle Band. the band steps out at Lethbridge. Mrs. Joyce bond director for the past 19 years. Left Many hours of practice bring this precision marching unit to peak-performance capability each year. Brilliantly costumed in red and one of the few re- maining bands playing valveless the band is a crowd-pleaser wherever it appears. looks just Bugle band is Water hike seen HTLLCREST ffillcrest residents may be confronted with an increase in the town's water rates in coming months. The Hillcrest Water Service System recently proposed in- creasing rates to from cause of the increase in costs of supplies and of providing sendee extensions in the town. The company maintains It has been showing a loss recent- ly and the increase would raise its profit to 7.44 per cent. The public utilities board met recently with represent- atives of the company and local residents in a public hearing on the proposed water rate in- crease. Jim representing the explained to board chairman Miles Patter- son that since the company purchased the water works from Coleman Collieries in 1963 repairs and changes in the system have been necessary. Replacing wood stave mains with metal ones has been done. This year there are repairs to the reservoir. It was pointed out that after the present year most of the Hillcrest water main system will be steel pipe. The public utilities board will make the final decision on the proposed increased rates. Come over on the It's It's safer1 We'll give your things an Air-Cushion-Ride. Esti- mates upon request. FERNIE CARTAGE COMPANY 518 3rd ST. S. PHONE 328-8643 trek recalled by 300 Mormons at Taber By D'ARCY RICKARD Herald District Editor CRANBROOK Whether it's for Sam Steele now in progress or for the Lethbridge Whoop-Up Days the Cranbrook Girls' Bugle Band is beautiful. Beautiful to look beau- tiful to listen to. One hundred high-stepping girls play bugles and twirl flag batons and majorette batons and carry many colorful flags in- cluding the Lions and Eagles Clubs and the Calgary Stam- pede Flag. This band has won many awards at the World famous Calgary Stampede in Al- including 11 times winner of the T. Eaton Tro- phy for the best Canadian Band in the this year winning first for cities under and third in open bugle band competition. At the Pacific National Ex- hibition in the girls have placed best of category in three appear- ances there. The band has participated By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER More than 300 contestants participated in the after a cross-country trek. A crowd of about people were entertained by the infield events held at the local rodeo Taber Stake's recent Mormon grounds. Western Family Fun Day held in commemmoration of the ar- rival of the LDS pioneers into the Salt Lake valley in 1847 Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Resident Phone 561-2149 REPORT yonr The Lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBULL IRON SPRINGS MRS. E. G. SORGARD LOMOND MRS. LEONARD CHASE MAGRATH MRS. DOUG MARKER MEDICINE HAT MEDICINE HAT NEWS MILK RIVER GLENN LEE........... Contact tor District or Ciauified Advertising 655-2332 738-4460 792-3646 758-6555 537-1101 647-3531 There was no admission no entry and no prize money it was basic- ally a fun There were refreshments at the grounds. The contestants were mar- jshalled into the infield by the Barmvell Junior High School Band followed by an invocation. Announcers were Burns W. Wood of the stake presidency and Gary Jensen of Prairie Livestock Ltd. Wild Shetland pony Brian Hicken team. Raymond. Ribbon Gary Jensen and Tracy Hall. Steer Brian Raymond. Barrel senior Jean Clifton and Tammy HaU tied at 19.2 seconds. Barrel junior Patty Jespersen. Wild cow Dr. Doug Evans. Brooks. Wheelbarrow Reve and Jim Brooks. Calf section Lyle section Robby Wilson. Pony Doug Barnwell. Stock horse race. Dwain Jen- Bam well. Taber Second Ward. Women's nail Betty Scliramm. Men's steer Plrilip VanCleave. Senior wild horse Litch- field team. Half-time entertainment was provided by Mrs. Joyce Kuch- eran and her son Lonny in a rope twirling act. Infield clown was Jimmy Schmidt. in the Seattle Seafair five winning a trophy each as well as performing at the World's Fair in Seat- tle. Travelling to Montreal for Expo the band played its way across playing in many of the major as well as entertaining at the Parliament buildings at Ot- and playing and drill- ing in various locations at Expo 67. The band was present for the of Queen Prince Phillip and Princess Anne when they visited Fort the first Mounted Po- lice Fort west of the Cana- dian and also acted as honour guard on this oc- casion. The who are from 12 to 18 years have experi- enced an excellent crowd re- ception each time they have taken part in the beautiful Spokane Lilac as wall as in a great many cen- tres in British Co- lumbia and the north west- em United States. Performing free form pat- tern the band enter- tains with marching and twirling Wherever and whenever football shopping cen- tres or main hospi- tals or their displays lasting from five minutes to one half hour as required. This group has for 30 years been known as Cranbrook's Good Will not only because of their playing and marching but be- cause of their excellent de- portment and representation of their City of Cranbrook. For the past 10 years the band has been under the di- rection of Mrs. Joyce Met- calfe. Pass riding club holds eyeul BELLEVUE fCNP The Turtle Mountain Riding Club held a gymkhanna recent- ly. It was successful. Canoeing instruction at Chiu Lake COALDALE Canoe- ing sponsored by the South Oldman River Rec- reation will be held at 2 p.m. Aug. 16. at Chin 400 yards east of the Cranford dam. Signs will be posted to help sportsmen to the proper desti- nation. There will be instruction in basic canoeing skills and safety. Canoes and safety equipment will be supplied. Registration deadline is Mon- Aug. 13. Telephone 345- 3746. Results from the days com- juniors-Robin Waka- luk. Dale Linder- man. Jack Evans. Tammy Evans. Dale Lin- derman. John Haluck. Wesley Fraser. Dale Lin- derman. Jack Evans. Pam Tour- and. Henry Van Loon. Barry Fraser. The gymkhanna scheduled for Aug. 12 has been postponed until Aug. 19. PROFESSORS VISIT STIRLING Three professors from the university at Wy.. visited here with Mr. and Mrs. William Hogenson. Willard D. Thomas and Delwin M. professors of econom- ics and were en route to the University of Al- berta for an economics confer- ence. Noble Cultivators of Nobleford 1. Machine operators 2. Minimum of second year welding apprentice 3. Labourers EXCELLENT BENEFITS Pay Increases Paid Holidays Paid Vacations Group Insurance APPLY.TODAY TO Noble Cultivators Limited ALBERTA Coaldale parade results COALDALE Settlers Days Parade results CHILDREN Geraldine Tomiyama. Cindy LaValley. HORSES Cliff Peterson. Valerie Clark. Best Jim Shields. Junior Nancy Berg. Junior Mark Hranac Best family Hranac family. Best non-family Handsaeme and Snyder. Special Gail Nachay. COMMERCIAL Floats. Coaldale Southern Alberta Co-operative Association. 4H and Lethbrldge-Coal- dale Beef Calf Club Lettibridge POTTS. Bill McGregor and Mrs. Elizabeth Pfeffel. DECORATED Coaldale Phar- Picture Burte School Band. Sunnyslde. Special prize in playground section given to the North County of bridge entry. REWARD OFFERED PDSFCHER CREEK The Town of Pincher Creek is offering a standing reward of to anyone supplying in- formation leading to the arrest and conviction of a person or persons involved in acts of van- dalism on any public property in town. Announcement ALICE HAHN Tom office man- ager for Astro is pleased to announce Alice Hahn was the top sales rep- resentative for Astro Realty for the month of '73. For all your Real Estots needs call Alice at ASTRO REALTY ITD. Phonft 328-7748 Westminster Shopping Plaza MEN'S SHOP On Fourth Avenue -Is Pleased to INTRODUCE 'JOHN HOOPFER' The NEWEST MEMBER of our SALES STAFF JOHN HOOPFER John is well kr.own In having received his education in Lethbridge schools. He is well qualified to assist everyone in the selection of fine clothing as he hos had over three years experience in the being employed with a leading Calgary Men's Clothing Store. John Suggests For FALL and BACK-TO-SCHOOL -See BLACK'S Selection of Fine Quality Clothing now in stock Featuring New Bold CHECK SLACKS wilti Co-ordinating SPORT SHIRTS and SLEEVELESS VESTS. Be-a BLACK'S MAN Shop at BLACK'S ;