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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta POT-LUCK By B'ARCY RICKARD Mrs. K. MucDonald of Hie Lclhbridgo Writers' Workshop Is the guest Pol-Luck columnist this week. This isn't whal you think il Is: hut, I presume you will see Ihe resemblance after I re- count a incidents (or should say, relative to my search for dreamy mus- ic. Have you ever wished lo re- lax lo some soft, .soothing, .swing sounds, and turned to Hie radiu in search of siimc, only to have a cacophony of sound come hurtling out at you from (he lilllc black box (or wliat- everj, causing you to jump a loot and anticipate heart fail- ure before your nerveless fing- ers can turn il tiff. Well We have a at another sta- tion. Somebody, a farm hand presumably, is milking a 'Jer- sey and the swishing soimd ac- companying the operation is quite in order. Only, you know very that il is not while, foamy milk you hear but the exper swishing of maraciis. Next, Ihe Jersey evidently objects to the operation and kicks over the bucket with a loud bang. What's that? Oh, yes, Hie ixiraission disc. We might as well hear whal happens next. 'Hie lured man proceeds lo Ihe house followed by a dozen or so starved cats or are those squeals and caterwauls violins? However, lliey soon begin to purr with pleasure (the eal.s, I mean) as they lap up the milk. It is here you recognize the nllo sax, which Is a pleasant noise in the interval, bill, oh dear, someone has started to sing in an off-key tenor which really amounts !o the old-time accomplishment of bog-calling which brings the night. the herd in for Meantime, one of Hie cats >as invaded the living room nd races up and down on the piano keyboard hefore it gets chased oul. No foolin', those lew discord- ant miles is Ihc "theme" and s .seized upon to he repeated :imc after lime, ad infinitum, to boredom. Now, you turn hopefully lo inoltier stalion. What gives1; Why, the stock has heard the hogcallcr from the previous station and is coming olxxlicnt- ly to lodge for the night. Deep moos, bass bawling.1; and rhythmic poundings (some- one is heating Ihc bejabers out dusty assaults you eardrums and, to make it more lively, Ihe baby has found Ihe lackhammer and is pounding tacks into the hardwood flooring. Caramha what confusion! But wait that little mouse (the fife U introduced here) has escaped all predators and is holding forth with squeaks, in safely, the couch. Thai's what he thinks: other cats (more violins) are after him in full cry; and here, you listen only long enough to hear the title. Which is believe it or not. Midnight Reverie. Jn despair, you turn to a fam- iliar stalion where you know ynu can find peace and calm; and now you are regaled with sweet, natural voices raised in praise and harmony and you let the, melody pour over you like perfumed water. This Is real music for you to relax and enjoy. You don't need lo wait lo hear the lille: you know full well il is back to The Bible Hour. And so to dreams. And a special goodnight lo Tom Mix, who never sang a note. ____ Tuoidoy. Aunuil 11, WIN NET TOURNEY Ken Pierson end Wanda Luchia display Iheir Trophies Unlimited Award they received for winning the mixed event at the recent Noble- ford Tennis Club tournament. Luanda Luchia Pholo Cowley-Lundbreck rodeo draws crowds both days and Clark gatl er STirtUNO (IINS) A fam- ily reunion of the Into William R. Manly and the laic Samuel Clark wils hi-Iil in Ihc park here rccc ntly. A full 'lay inclurfwl visiting, and an evening program. 'Chore were 79 des- cendants prcrcnl. The Hardy iinrl Clark fami- lies were two of Ihe original families who settled Stirling. They came to Canadu in Ihe'lltu-dys from Utah and the darks from Idaho. They wrre community build- ers, helping to build some homes, irrigation system and Hlirvrying. They wore active In municl Swimmers pass lesls at Stirling STIRLING fina MvimmiriK course- ronclurl wilh Hmbnrn Nilssmi. Vatori Uirsclu-, fliirrlnn [Vnjjilly a JYiiny as examine! There was a total erirolnien nf 113 r.tisilpTiK Thn numbc ivho rornplolrrl I he1 rnurse an pawed ;is fnllnws: IN pri brtfinm-rs; M 3111 iors, H) 10 M- iors; auit H siimvals. Thc.sc romiiru'cd sli di-nts from Slii bus low from ;md Wmilh.u ;inr] from Wilson .Sklini; ;nui Kc'Hdvniiulc. al and church affairs. One of the Hardy sons, Ray- lontl G. was the only one of no family lo remain in Stir- ing. lie wns the firet mayor of itirling. This office was pro- iously known as "reeve." lie leaded the school board scv- times. He .served his ihurch in a tending capacity mosL of his life. He married Mary Clark a daughter of Sain- iel. She was president of the COWLEY (HNS) The Cow-" Icy Lund b reck Rodeo saw record breaking crowds jam the grounds on both days with good weather to make the event and the barlxx'iic the bo.st yet. The dance was also a huge success. The free pancake and sans- age breakfast at the Kangclnnd flotel was outstanding. The concluding item, a surprise to allv was a fabulous display of f i re works which brouy ht th e rodeo for 1072 to its conclusion. 711C Lions Club sponsored the annual affair. First place winners: Ribbon picking fun event, Roy Mullet with his team from Lefhbridgc CJOC and CHKC radio sUtions. Len Dcsmit of Stratbmorc >von the Urahma hulls event. Hai-vcy Northcotl ol Caroline took the bareback bronc event. Don Blake of Hussar took the saddle bronc riding. Philips of Carseland proved, the winner in steei wrestling. Dob of Carclston won the calf ropinq- Hoy C rover of Carselanr camp up with a win in the wik cow milking. The coveted all round cow boy award went to Hob Hartel of Ktrnthmore- Girls' cnw rid ing by Mips Hillie Stcwavt of Blair more. Miss Heather Elaguc of Black kie won out in barrel racing, Duane Oainas of (nnis was the winner of the hoys Women's Institute and presi- Icnt of the I.DS Church Relief Society for many years. It was it her insistence and leadership .fiat the Stirling Park wa.s land- scaped ant! trees planted. The Clark family were noted Tor their musical ability, bnlh instrumental ami vocal, and especially their pnrl singing. Throe members of tJic (ami- lies, Raymond G. Hardy, Law- rence I lardy, and Saul Clark, were of tlic basket- hall team that introduced bas- ketball into Allxrtn. Thai team was never defeated. Kiimilics camp to the reunion from Vornon, B.C.. Suit Lake City, Utah, Edmonton, Cal- gary, Cards'on, Raymond amf Oven. These families were all descendants of only Iwo of (he sons and daughter of the ori- ginal immigrant, family. They wnre Raymond G. Hardy and wife Mary Clark .intl Saul Clark anil wife Kdith Warenski. TX'.'o sons of Hayrnond G. Unrdy are (lie only doscenrionls i now residing in Stirling. These arc Lymnn Hardy, who ser- vices pianos, and Clinlon 1 rtly, t lie pos t m.'islcr. steer riding. More than in priv money went to the winner alony with buckles. The .Lick Evans Memorir Belt hue-hie and tho Gilgar and MaIIinp priv.e r 0 and Hie silver bec-r mug ent to Don Blake as winner the saddle bronc riding. Other events had buckles warded by the following: Agencies, Rangcland lotor Hotel, Crayford's Shell orvicc, Smyth Grading and onstruction Limited and Cow- Motors, Chief Mountain laity Limited, IxHinard's Esso tervice, Long Jim General lore, Harold Haiigen and Cow- y and Seed, Johnson rothcrs Sawmills Limited and le Cowley Co-op. S Lcks1 Lelhbrid ge B rewery oaned I heir stage coach which kept busy giving rides lo 11. Don niiler park Walter Oakley Titnmermans made his available for trie deserves trc- mentions credit for holding the ig free breakfast at his Range- and IIotel oourlyant and for he orchestra t ha t s uppl led >rcakfast music. Above all thu Jons Club appreciate the hos- lilaltty of Norman and Boh jec for the provision again of heir excellent rodeo grounds in their ranch. The I union L of Lions and heir wives, together with resi- dents of the area, helped with :he rodeo, breakfast and bar- OJKJ note of pnrlicAjlcir Inter- est I his vciir was Hie official iiinK of Iho Hwltio by Allen Sulatyky, Many citizens had a chance to meet their MP for Rocky Mountain constitu- ency. Present also was Joe Clarke, PC candidate for the next fecieral election. T1 took only the skill of Darcy Ynill with his fore works lo ninkn the Iwo days so mem- oi'ablcv District doings Heads scouters m.AIKMORE (CNP Bureau) Ken Knox, Cubmastcr of the 1st Blairmore Cub Pack, has returned from an informal weekend for key council per- sonnel at the Tiuckhorn Guest Ranch. He has been officially ap- pointed district commissioner for Ihc Cub and Scout move- ment in the Grizzly district. His appointment entails set- ling up training courses for leaders, attending pack and troop meetings and close asso- cialion wilh Boy Scout head- quarters, Lelhbridge. Shower held CLAKESIIOLM (Special) A bridal shower for Miss Linda Berg was held here recently. Mrs. Gordon Glimsdale intro- duced the program. It included piano solos by Esther Eberl and Donna Glimsdale; rccita- talion by Ronalda Anne Quinn; puppet show by Markus, Dan- ny, Esther and Andrew Eberl; a song by Cathy WaddeU, Christy and Cindy Hanson; duet, Susan Staiige (flute) and Donna Glimsdale a poem by Mrs. Lawrence 0. Johnson, To You, written for the honored guest. Money contributed to a pool was used for a china dinner sel for eight. It was of Mm ton china in "April" pattern. The gift from more than 30 hostesses was a picture of a local scene. From the Sunday School Miss Berg received a Stirling silver charm bracelet with a maple leaf attached. Shower held COUTTS (HNS) A mis- cellaneous shower was held in the Coults Civic Centre recently to honor Phillis Ainscough. More than 75 friends and re- latives from Milk River and Coults were entertained with musical numlwrs by Annette Bianchi and the Vintage Five. At the gift table, the bride elect was assisted by her two nieces, Kathy and Karen Ains- cough. Louise Taylor recorded the gifts. Encounter groups BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Preventive Social Ser- vices program of Pincher Creek and the Crowsnest Pass offer their 4th annual series of human relationships encounter groups. Three different groups will be offered this year, beginning the end of September. Applicalion forms are avail- able from Prevenlive Social Services, Pinchcr Creek. CWL parley 177? _ THE UTHBRIDGC HCRAID 3 y Emil Loqua grows big, beautiful iomatoes. Grand Aggregate Trophy winner Laqua garden best in town By GEOFF TAGG Special Correspondent FOREMOST Emil Laqua is Foremost's champion gard- ener. He recently won the Grand Aggregate Trophy at the third annual flower show here. There was no class for tom- atoes. Mr. Laqua would surely have won it with ease. He is pictured here with his prize hybrid tomato plant. Its branches measure more than eight feet in length. They are bowed down under the weigtH of numerous, enormous toma- slandard to the Foremost area due to the dry conditions and severe winters. The Laquas have exploded the myth. Since the advent of irrigation water two years ago, and with the help of a wetter and cooler summer than usual in the area, they have produced 'elision plan sessions The of Ihc Leth- bridge office of Ihn Canada Pension Plan, J. C. (Fern) Bouchard, wishes to in- form Ihe residents of Ihe Stave- Iv, Clarc.sholm and Granum arras C. H. (HollieJ Stew- art will be in attendance at the CUireshfilm flail Aug. .11 (mm ,n.m. lf> p.m. Anyono wishing to arl- cor- of this service Is tiially invitcxl to cio so. M r vSlcwa r t wi 1 1 answer queries on the Canada Pension Vlan, (he Old Age Security and Guaranteed Income Sup- plement. Me will provide assist- ance in (he filling of applica- tions to those who ;ire now or will .soon ho qualified for the above-noted bonrfils, Andrew I liuison wins scholarship Crowsncsl Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vornon Rfiirfent Rep., Blnlrmors Phona MAfittATJI i'f INS I Queen's! Kingston. Out.. IKIS 1 a .scholarship tit Andrew Hudson, sun (if Mr. and Mrs, K. Ihid.soi: (if Ma- linilb. Ele wa.s bnrn a I ('iare.sliohn ;ind later sfliwil at Hayniond. fir went on Fin UXS Clmrch mission to E'Yanen. Ho hns cmiiptetorl Ihrco years nniver- sily ,il and f'alpary. In .Inly ho was married let the COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Catholic Women's League regional convention will held here at the Catholic Hall Tues- day, Sept. 12. at p.m. Speaker will be Mrs. Sally Merchant, consultant to the federal government on consum- er affairs. 50th anniversary BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Up- ham, longtime residents of Rlairmore, will be celebrating their Sfllh wedding anniversary Aug. 30. Open house will held at their home Wednesday between (tie hours of 2 and a p.m. Will commute CLARES! IOLM M r. and Mrs. Siemens, formerly of Coaldale, have purchased a home here and Mr. Siemens .will teach at the llutteritc col- Mr. ;tnil Mrs. Hudson visiled i nny wesl of Granum, commut- Iiere prior lo their departure ing from Clareshom each day. Tnr King.slon Mr. Iludsi Trail ride reaches peak PICTURE BUTTE The North County Recreation Board recently sponsored a week end Trail Ride in the Pincher creek area. Taking part in the ride were Pete, Joe and Doris Gainer, Joyce, Lila, and Noreen Dav- ics, Susan Haney, Susan Wock- nitz, Terry Toivancn, Sharon Guise, Ron Lumloy, Aim Wood, Morlcy Roelofs and Buck Mc- Neely. They trucked their horses into the area Friday night and set up camp. On Saturday and Sunday, the trail boss, Geoff Hardy of Pincher Creek, led the group through the moun- tains. The group reached the peak of a mountain overlooking all of southern Alberta. f (inner Wilcnx. daugh- ter MiuTay Ames takes award PINCHER CREEK (Special) Murray Amos, 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ames of Pinchcr Creek, has been named Ihe winner of the gov ernor-gcneral's bronze medal for attaining the highest stand iug in Mic grade nine acMcve mcnt battery tests this year in the Pinchcr Creek-Crowsnesl Pass School Division. A .student at St. Michael's High Schooi, he will be present cd with the award sometime in September. RENT-A-BOBCAT Available by the Day, WceV or Monlh (with or wilhout operator] fillinq PrivBwoy Corrcl Cleaning Hauling Phone 328-4765 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Avenue S. slntiv enson plan questions to he heard TABKR (UN'S i Louis l.aPlace, representative of the office, Camla Pen- sion Plan, will ho at the Taber administration building, -1WO .inth Street, on Thursday, Anp- tist .Tl to nnswoi1 on (lie pension plan. Muring his frmn t.Ofl to J jviu, lit- Mill also provide assistance in filling application forms for pension and-or the guaranteed income, supplement, nnd old age security Hcgnlnr visits In Talnr are hr-lit nn lasl Thursday of e.icti niiiulli under arrange- ments made liy dish-ict man- ager .1. C. L. (Fern) Doucliard, CLOSK EYES Turtles have nTovcablc eyelids which are closed when they are asleep. COUNTRY NEWS These An Tlie Lethbtidpe Herald Correspondents in Your Area CIARESHOIM PAUL ANDERSEN.................. f BM 548 courts MRS. AllCE HACKE Generr.1 COAIDAIE MRS. PtTER TYMBURSKI ..................Hox 1005 ENCHANT MRS. MARGARtT OORCHAK r.O. Box 18S3 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIC F-0. tar. 331 CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX.................. Dtlivrtry Conine' thete people for your District Newi or Classified Advertising toes, some of them weighing up to two pounds each and inches round. There are least a dozen ot this size on one all his years of gardening, ho had never produced fruit of this a garden of which anyone could be justifiably proud claimed that it is not possible WHERE Corner of 4th St. and 2nd Ave. S. WHEN Tuesday a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday a.m. to 9 p.m. Pick If Up Yourself And Save Even More! Terms Available Choose From These 1973 Models CU. FT. FREEZER 12 CU. FT. FREEZER 15 CU. FT. FREEZER 20 CU. FT. FREEZER 25 CU. FT. FREEZER Fd Gprord Conroil Smith Plstlrll PlelHI Miskulin Phone 328-6964 or 328-2235 ;