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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wednesday, July 21, 1971 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD 15 Entertainment and refreshment beckons at Whoop-Up beer garden By HERB JOHNSON Stall Writer On a hot day, there's nothing nicer than a cold beer. This wise bit of folk philoso- phy has guided generations of thirsty fair goers and this year, for the first time, local citizens 18 and over can wash the dust out of their parched throats with real honest-to- goodness beer. Right there on the exhibition grounds (jL'fit behind the grand- stand) is a real, live beer gar- den. Operated by the Leth- bridge and District Exhibition Board, the garden has some- thing o[ the outward appear- ance of an early western fort, with its rough slab walls. Inside, the authentic western flavor is maintained by the sawdust on the floor and the tinkling of the player piano in the corner. The piano, provided by Harpy Bailey, plays a ragtime tune each time a nickel is put into the slot. The money toward projects of the Lethbridge As- sociation for the Mentally Re- tarded. Live entertainment starts at 5 p.m. with a quintet led by Man1 Qually. At 8 p.m. the Irish Travelling People take over and go through until midnight. Starting Thursday, the Taber Polka Band will handle the en- tertainment, beginning at 5 p.m. Things are a little quieter in the afternoons. There is no charge to get in until 5 p.m. and children are allowed in with their parents. It's a good spot to relax for a few moments. Garden manager Bill Mac- Leod, while not willing to pre- dict this first time out just how much money the venture will cam, is looking forward to a busy week. There are cases of cold beer stored in a special cooler just a few feet from the bar. Three or four cases are brought out at a time and dumped im- mediately into paper cups, us- ing special pouring racks bor- rowed from the Calgary Slam- ede board. The beer is whisked away be- fore it even begins to cool. (If you are looking for a severe jolt, try stepping from the 85 degree temperature of the fair grounds into the 45 degree beer Wilh seating for 680 persons, the beer garden will probably do a land-office business, es- pecially if the weather holds. For those who want a momento of their visit, there are even souvenir mugs for SI, complete with a picture of Jerry Potts. WORK HORSES OF THE WEST Prince, a seven-year- old Percheron gelding weighing Ibs., left, and Queen, a six-year-old purebred Percheron mare weighing pounds have been purchased by 1he Lethbridge and District Exhibition Association for display purposes. Teamsters Rodden Murray, left, and Glen Root, both of Lerhbridge, are in charge of the team which is put on display during Whoop-Up Days to July 24. The grain tank being pulled by the team was used in this area in the early days. It held about 90 bushels. Compared to the overage horse today of pounds, the Fer- cherons tower in stature. The team will be used in sever- al parades at other southern Alberta towns. Western board music exams results The Western Board of Music has announced the names of successful caiididalCvS in practi- cal and theore'.ical examina- tions held in Lethbridge, Blair- more, Col cm an and Pincher Creek. Names arc listed in order of merit with "and" signifying equal marks. LETHBRIDGE PIANO GRADE 10 Honors' Kr'slien Berghmans. Pass: Edith Sheffield. GRADE 9 Honors: Wendy Grant; floxanne Laycock; Donna GRADE B Fir si class honors: Aria Caiman. Honors: Erna Wnm- stceker; Jane Binqham; Barliara Er- JcKson. GRADE 7 Honors, hlaino Kinn- Brown and Shnrmeine Rzdrll and Tpr- rnncn Ingoldsby; Elliabeih ShcHietd and Carol Slced. Pass; Connie Matisi; Marie Hrynkiw; David Pong; Theresa Hollander; Doris Daley. GRADE 6 First class honors: Peggy Johnson; Bcalrico Rnbl; Nancy LVafson; flcrnariefle Pahuljc and Cob- ra Cultorth; Lori Leislcr and Calhor- Ine McCrackon and Rohorl Taii'i; Eliz- abeth Kaplan and Valerie Frlckson rtnri LnurJo Nnrhy. Honors: Dflrlws Stewart; Penny Erickson and Cheryl Sanderson; Kurl ivison: Rnc Ann Slecd, GRADE 5 First class honors: Dorrcn Rrtimer; June Rodman find Daphne Spaekman; Morris maxall and Susan Cross and Allan Hocisnson. Hon- ors; Jodlr Rao Pepper and C n r o I Rnlmcr; flurry Suwtdfn Dur.v; Carolyn Gray; Helen Matsushita and Barbara Glbb; Donna Swansltin. P.ISS: Prtlrlcla Lasi and Kaihryn Erltkson. GRADE -I First class liDnors- Shrlley Irulno; Mollsa Spackmrm; De- Innl Spnckmnn; Marino Kaplan and Paul Letkemann; Lillian I cikwiami ftnd Mary etc J o u r d u n and Lennna Oseen; Efnlne RcUnntlcr; Maude Kcr. Honors: Calliy Vcrnlnnd; lean- clip Johnson; Dinne Whllfihcad and Carol Jorqrnson. rirsl clnss honors: Joy Stcphuro; Andrea Pomnhnc nnd AAar- Dsrcl Oil; Anlko Oil; Prior Watson nnd Knrrn Spockmsn, Honors: Cheryl HouteKamer. GRADE 1 First class honors: Di- ane Pungor; Shirecn Caiman and Mi- chael Schaalje; Joan Schneider; Doug- las Keeler and Sonya Mahnk. Hon- ors: Dixie Fairbanks and Kevin Ho- cjenson and Gay Older; Miriam Mall- nic; Steven Erickson; Gail Thomson. Pass: Cheryl Wood. GRADE 1 Firs) class honors: Mi- chael N owl In; Tamara Tagrj; Stacy Pilcher, Eric Hogenson. Honors: Bar liara Thomson. SINGING GRADE 10 Honors: Joan Mayer. GRADF Pass: Melody Bohne. CELLO GRADE .1 Firsf cldSS honors: Perry Foster. VIOLIN GRADF 5 Firsl class hnnors: Nancy Fcsler. GRADE 3 Firsl class honors: Mi- chelc Tompkins. CLARINET _ GRADE 9 Firsi class honors: Elaine Dobok. GRADE 7 First class honors: Lori Leislcr. THEORY GRADE 4, FORM Pass: Roxannfl Laycock. GRADE 5, HARMONY Hirst class honors: Margaret Young. GRADE J Firsl class honors: Daphne Spackman; Carolyn Dreary; Spsckman; Elaine Gasilnr; Elaine King llrown; Marie Hrynklw; Doris Daley, Hnnors: Shflr mains Jrannc Tajlrl; Rao Johnston. Pass: Tcrranco Ingoldsby; AAaur eon Rico; Connie Sherman; Connle-Jcnn Mnlisi GRADE 3 Firsl class honors: Nancy Walson. Honors: Robert Keel- er; Valerie Erickson; Kurt Ivison. Pfiss- (le.ilrice Rahl. GRADr 2 Plrsl class honors: Susan Cross nnd Allan Hoqcnson: Shelley Irvine and Carolyn Gray; l.flu- rio Norby; Richard Lconq. Pass: Donna Swanston. GRADE 1 Firsl class Honors: Maureen McCatl and Mary Dnkcr; Mary dc Jourdnn; Lllllnn Lclkcmnnn and Elliahclh Sllllwcll; Perry Fcsler anil Osrcn; Pntii Letkemann: Shirley Last, Pass: DarlcnQ Schroter. RLA1RMORE PIANO GRADE 9 Flril clasi honors1 Kirk Muspralt. GRADP B First class honors: Laurie Fumdgalll; Dcbra Fanlln; Dob- Finn. GRADE 7 class honors: Wayman Mah; Brenda Pharis and Karen Pozzi. GRADE 6 Honors: Robyn Pel- rone; Blair Hucik. Pass: Maryarcl Mr- Null; Mary Anne Krvwnll GRADE 5 First class honors: Anlhony Fumflnalli; Karen Dobck and Lenore Palferson. Honors: Lori Koin- berg; Francine Catonio. Psss: Gail Wells. GRADE Firsl class honors- Barbara Dennis; Susan MacLeod; Mark Balog and Joan Radlord. ors; Dianne Weils; Kalherinc Sarlnrio; Dcnise Ouckna; Barry Hucik. Pass: Maurcun Shannon. GRADE 3 h-'frsf class donors: Drcnl Bnlog and Bonnio Park; Rob- ert Watson; Deborah Rinke, Joannn Lonqworlh and Judy Pharis and Ann Rowbolhsm. Honors: Gina Mil vain; Diana Brailhwaile and Kollee Tour- and. GRADE 2 First tlass honors: Roxanno Van Wyk; Karen Varc, Hon- ors: Christine and Barbara Krystofl and Valerie LonsDuryj Susan Porii. Pass: Donna Morency; Valerie Perisslni. GRADE 1 Firs) class honors: Cecilia Kosieo.! and Gini Decoux; Hcl- tia Koci; Mary Goodman. Honors: Wendy Bcd'o and Allison Ede; Kim Tarcon; Randy Brailhwailr. VIOLIN GRADE A Honors: Laurie ruma- galll. CLARINET GRADE 1 First class honors: Dplirjt Fanlln. GRADE 1 First class hdncrs: Mark EUPHONIUM GRADE! 3 First class honors; Darren Fantin. TROMBONE GRADE 5 First class hivinrs: Kirk Musprall. THEORY GRADE fi, HARMONY Flrsl class honors: Gayla Conslanzo; Way m a n Mali; Laurie Fumanalll. Honors: Dob- ra Fantln, GRADE 5, HARMONY First class mors: Knren Poul; Dclira Finn. GRADE Tlrsl cMs.t honors; Lori Kalnborn.; Karen Dobek; Dlnnc Svl- IXKla; Mnry Annn Krywoll; Margnrrl Me Null; Brcndn Phnrls. llBnors; An- lhony FumAnniM, Pass; Melanin nor bcrl. GRADE 3 Flrsl class Fmnclne Cstonlo; Gull Wells. Pais; Lcnori Pattarson. GRADE 2 Flrsl class honors: Di- anne Wells and Barry Hucik. GRADE 1 Firsl class honors: Den- ise Buckna. COLEMAN PIANO GRADE 3 Honors: Adrian Fabro. GRADE 2 Honors: Lynn Girardl, LeeArm Beever; Christine Lindnolm. Pass. Marion Fonlana GRADE 1 Honors: Laurie Beov- er. Pass: Pcler Owen: PINCHER CREEK PIANO GRADE B Rrst class honors. Rprnartl Sluckey. Honors: Dolly John son; Donna Sproule. Pass; Caiherint Main: GRADE 7 Honors: Dchra Bus- lard; Sharon Sorgc; Dale Silbernagel, Pass: Eliiabelh Laura lea Toncy. GRADE 6 First class honors: Joan McRac. Honors: Verna Black- burn; Dcbra Archibald; Arlhur Ben -.Irr. Pass: Eileen Peterson; Melody Gallup; Janice Day; Evan Slockey. GRADF 5 Flrsl class honor Karen Fredcricksen; Fayra Denni and Arlent? Votialaar. Honors: Ma rcfn; Healhcr Buries; Lol Orvis; Donna Murphy and Maureen Dlackburn. Pass: Uronda Hockslein; Richard Cook; Lorna Merrill. GRADE .1 Firsl class honors: Don- na l.oimshury; Alona Pack. Honors: Sharon Brnslor; Kathy Clclnnd. Pass: Brcntla Do war I; Duano Panioc; DI- anne Marcellus and Josephine Murln. GRADF 3 Honors; Rila Frcder- It-kscn. Pass: Jnnel Vonaiaar; Mnu- rcrn Williams; Lorna Johnson; Jnhn Marcollus. GRADE 7 First class honors: Ro- salie Faoro. Pass: Randy Scodellaro. THEORY GRADF -i First class honors: Melody Gallup. Honors: Janice Day. 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