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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Mr. And Mrs. Beii Dunn Mark 60tli Anniversary TURIN (HNS) The Sun- dial Hal! was decorated in gold, silver and white streamers tor the 60th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Dunn ol Picture Buttc. Several hundred relatives and Wends signed the guest book. .Lunch was served during the afternoon. There was a short program by the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. A buffet supper was served to all during the evening and a large crowd attended the dance with Longacres of Leth- bridge supplying the music. Mr. and Mrs. Dunn have 13 children, 51 grandchildren and 39 great grandchildren. They are both in good health and enjoy fishing and working around the house and garden. Mavis Malmberg Rides To Second Win On Trail CARDSTON (HNS) Mis Mavis Malmberg of Coaldal won the Cardston compelitivi trail ride. This was Miss Malmberg' second consecutive victory. She won the Best Time Tro phy one hour and 52 min Hilltoppers Advance To Games COALDALE tHNS) The county o Lethbridge equestrian elimination took place recently at the Hilltoppci Riding Club. First and second place will repre- sent Hie county in the 1960 Southern Alberta Summer Games Equestrian Championships to be held Aug. 12 em 13 at Pincher Creek, There were 5B entries in 57 classes Jack Wilier of High River was lh< Winners eligible to enter at Plnchei Creek were (classifications of cgt groups are Class end under, Class to 16 years; Class ti 71, and Clsss years and ENGLISH EQUITATION Class Drifter's Dream, Joan Pavan, Lethbridge; 2. Pepper, Maxim Marino. Class Red, Brian Ball, Leth brtrJae; 2. Tariafaha, Donna Pavan Lethbridge. Class C-l. Toy, Bonnie Ball, Leth bridge; 2. Tiny Tim, Pat Pavan, Leth bridge. Class Cinder Rabss, Lorraine Hill, Lethbridge. COURSE JUMP Class Drifter's Dream, Joan Pavan. Class Lundbreck Ranoer, Don- na Pavanj 1. Red, Brian Bafl. ENGLISH HIGH JUMP Class Tiny Tim, Pat Pavan. Class D had no entries. GAMBLER'S CHOICE Class Tim, Pat Pavan. Class D no entries. WESTERN EQUITATION Class Driller's Dream, Joan Pavan, Lelhbridge; 2. Pepper, Max- Ins McKenna, Lethbridge. Class Zip's Top Corn, Debbie Stronskl, Turin; 2, Tanafaha, Donna Pavan, Lethbridge. WESTERN PLEASURE Class Drlfler's Dream, Joan Pavan, Lethbridge; 2. Raindrop, Shar- on Slronski, Turin. Class Zip's Top Corn, Debbie Stronskl; 2, pee Dee, Connie Slronski, both of Turin. Class Bonnie Ball, Lelh- bridge; 2. Dandy's Dream, Psl Pavan, Lethbridge. Class Joker's Mirage, Bill Stronskl, Turin; 2. Cinder Rabss, Lor- raine Hill, Lethbridge. REINING CLASS: Class Toy, Bonnie Ball, LeHi- bridge; 2. Blaze, Doug Paakal, Turin. Class D-I. Joker's Mirage, Bill Stronskl, Turin? 2. Cinder Rabss, Lor- raine HIH, Lethbrldqe. WESTERN INDOOR Class B-l. Tinker Toy, Brian Ball, Lethbridge; 2. Hanna, Gary McKenna, Lethbridge. Class Bonnie Ball, Lelh- bridge; 2. Joker's Spider. Gordon Lumley, Coalhurst. Class Joker's Mirage, Sill Stronskl, Turin, utcs, and also the Horse Con- dition Trophy. Grant Payne was second with a time of one hour and 56 min- utes. He won the Outstanding Rider Trophy. Wayne Jensen received the Hard Luck Trophy. Wade Smith made the fourth entry for the 30-mile course. Miss Malmberg rode the same 17-year-old horse that she rode last year. The ride started on Main St. Irere, went south to the out- skirts of the town then across country east and south, bypass- big Aetna. There was a stopover in the Kimbal Municipal Park .where a vet check and lunch took about half an hour. The riders then angled south- westerly to the Tom Duce Ranch, tlien north-westerly to the Herman Linder Ranch. The trail then headed west to the old Carway rosd and then dovra to the rodeo grounds. It was observed that both horses making the finishing line were in very good condi- tion with no sign of abuse. Welcome Tea Planned For Shews. MILK RIVER (HNS) Dr. and Mrs. Shaw, recent arrivals from Kent, England, have set- Sed in Milk Hiver with their family of three sons. Dr. Shaw is serving the Bor- der Counties Hospital region and has joined Dr. Straight in the Border Counties Medical Clinic. A welcome to the com- munity tea will be held at the lome of Mrs. N. Streight Tues- day, July 28, from 2 to _4 p.m. All interested persons in the :ommunity are invited to meet Mrs, Shaw. CLASSY COUPE This vintage auto is owned by Richard Ehnes. Mr. and Mrs. John (Bud) Dorsey inherited the coupe car from his father's estate in 1948. His father had purchased the auto in 1935 from Milt Cory's Ford garage at Medicine Haf, This was Mr. Dorsey's first venture in car-driving and since he never knew how to stop it he did the same as all the old timers drove it around u nlil it ran out of gas. When new the car was owned by Art Peterson. Ehnes Photo. Slow Pitch Finals COALDALE (HNS) The slow pitch Softball competi- tions of the County of Loth- bridge 1970 Summer Games will commence at 9 a.m. Sat- urday, July 25, at the Coaldale baseball diamonds. Winners will compete in the Southern Alberta 1970 Summer Games scheduled for Aug. 10 to 13 at Pincher Creek. Penny Carnival NOBLEFORD (Special) The first in a series of north county recreation programs for the family was held hi the art room of the Noble Central School recently under the di- rection of Susan Urvold and Debbie Pier'son. A penny carnival was fea- tured. There was a pet show, a for- tune teller, games of chance and a kissing booth. Refreshments and popcorn were sold. There was a good attendance. :nfy up of District News H J' .-5T tD'-y. ____Friday, July 24, 1770 THE LETHBRIDGl! HERALD 3 Bates At Erickson Farm NOBLEFORD (Special) Lightning is believed to have been the cause of a haystack fire as bales went up in smoke on the Ernest Erickson farm, some eight miles west of Nobleford. It was first noticed by neigh- bor Lawrence Campbell who was out putting his camper in out of the wind and R. Poel- man, who was out rounding up his cattle, which had spooked and run out of (he corral. All this took place at 2 a.m. The Nobleford and Granurn fire departments responded to the fire call but the high winds kept the flames fired up. They concentrated on saving nearby stacks and sheds, which housed several thousand dol- lars' worth of machinery. The Nobleford department stayed on until the next day, putting down flare-ups. The loss was partially covered by insurance. Lil and Ernest Erickson thanked all the friends and neighbors for the "wonder- ful way they turned out and helped." Graduates NOBLE FORD (Special) 'ack Harrington, son of Mr. -r.d Mrs. J. F. Harrington, re- cently graduated in electronics rom. the DeVry technical School, Toronto. He is employ- ed at CJLH-TV. Pitch Shoes COALDALE (IINS) Horse- shoe competitions for the County of Lethbridge Summer Games will be held Saturday, July at the horseshoe pitch west of the Coaldale Centennial Library. Registrations will be accept- ed Irons p.m. to 2 p.m. First play will begin at 1 p.m. Entrance fee for participa- tion is Anyone in the county is eli- gible. Spectators are welcome. Winners will compete in the Southern Alberta 1970 Summer Games to be held at Pincher Creek from Aug. 10 to 13. Two-Ball Tourney NOBLEFORD (Special) A mixed two-ball tournament was held recently at the Keho Park Golf Club with Terry Lyon of Pincher Creek and Betty Fraser of Barons the victors. Runners up were Jean Thomson of Nobleford and Tony Coutts of Lelhbridge. Picnic Sunday Perry Luchia was the winning chucked as Nobleford defeated CoaUiurst 23-S at Coalhursl. Things did not go so well in a recent home game against Picture Butte though. Les Sjogren lost to Kevin Gibb as Picture Butte defeated the home team, 15-6. Little League picnic is sched- uled for Keho Park, Sunday July 25. Bandsmen Rise Before Roosters To Practise For Parade MAGRATH residents have been wakened by the roll of drums for a month now as the school marching band prepares for parade. Seventy youngsters rise at a.m. to drill for two hours. Band Master Boyd Hunter brings members from Cardston one week and Magrath students go there the next week. Their efforts were rewarded as they performed in Cardston parade last Saturday. Precision foot work and fine playing re- ceived rounds of applause from crowds lining the streets. This excellent band will per- NOBLEFORD The Nobleford (Special) Little League split games recently in regular North Play. County Little League Dietician NOBLEFORD (Special) Janis DrVoId, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Urvold, was a recent graduate in dietary technology from the Southern Institute of Technology, Cal- gary. '54 Grad Class Gathers form again on Magrath's Birth- day, July 24 in an early morn- ing display and in the parade at 10 a.m. Magralh invites you to see their star attraction. Split Games NOBLE FORD (Special) Nobleford men split games with Picture Bulle in regular North County league play re- cently at Keho Park. They won the first game 6-4, with Lewis Phillips the winner and Joe Tokai the loser. In the second game, Roy Wood of the 'Butte team pitch- ed his team to a 6-5 win over Nobleford. Steve loser. Mazutinec was the Miss Aiigyal Honored MILK RIVER (HNS) Thirty-five shower hostesses from Coutts and Milk River at- tended a recent afternoon tea at the home of Mrs. M. Angyal. Miss Valerie Angyal, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Angyal, Jr., is to be married to Jim Blackmer in St. Peter's Church Saturday, July 25. 7 New Homes For Blairmore BLAIRMORE As a result of the housing shortages aggra- vated by the extensive develop- ments being carried on in Natal by Kaiser Resources, Blair- more is experienceing the best building boom since the Moun- tainaire subdivision housingg project was initiated several years ago. Construction has commenced on three homes and the build- ing of four others is planned for the near future. A new business building is also expected to be built soon. Practically all available va- cant lots in the older sections of the town have either been bought or leased by mobile homeowners. Houses for rent are virtually non-existent. Pianist Injured NOBLE FORD (Special) Florence Mclntosh, pianist with the Mclntosh Orches- tra here, fell and broke her arm and is now a patient in the Lethbridge Municipal Hos- pital. THE NATION'S NIGHT SHIFT. the people who prefer working oi night different than ihe daytime toilers? Don Bell thinks so and sots out to show why in Saturday's Weekend Magazine. His cross-section of' night workers includes a go-go dancer, a nurse and a security guard. Don't miss learning the pleasures and perils of ths nation's night shift. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT IIMUTB UFFUEPI Phone 328.8134 509 6th Avenue South NOBLEFORD (Special) Hurrah for dear old Nobli Tlie graduating class of 1954 the Noble Central High Echo held a reunion recently. It was started with a ban quet at Lethbridge for 2 guests. Teachers present were: D Doyle Nelson, Henry Toews an Mrs. Eileen Mason. Dr. Nelson and Mr. Toevv boih spoke. Each grad respom ed with a few words abou had happened in his lif since graduation. Those pr'esent were: Don (Anderson) Bannink, Every (Postman) Konynenbelt, Mar. (L u b i n) Dandrea, Margare (Thomson) Johnston, Paul Us ka, John Liska, Tom Stern berg, Douglas Dudley, Made- THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Requires Listings of Off-Campus Accommodation FOR THE FALL SESSION it ROOM AND BOARD if ROOM ONLY UGHT HOUSEKEEPING BASEMENT SUITES (MANY ARE NEEDED) ikr APARTMENTS -A" HOUSES TO RENT To List Please Call The Housing Office 327-2171 EXT. 288 OR 289 Your Assistance Is Very Much Appreciated line (Mifflin) Irvine and Larrv Welsh. Those unable to attend were Peggy (Parker) Campbell Ralph Hofman, Carol (Askew Mentanko, Elaine Askew, Mon ty Tolley, Tom Chell. After the banquet, a dano was held at the Nobleford Le- gion Hall with dancing to the music of the Mclntosh Orches tra. Visitors were present from Toronto, Olds, Cranbrook, Las Vegas, Calgary, Edmonton and many southern Alberta points. Bonanza Day Parade Entries Vie For Floats MILK RIVER (HNS) Bo- nanza Day preparations are well under way in Milk River and district in preparation for fte 1970 Bonanza Day Aug. 3. One of the highlights of this Bonanza Day will bo the iwarding of troplu'es for floats and other parade entries in an ndeavor to have a truly great jarade this year. All organizations and individ- als should observe the troplu'es n display in the window of downtown store and plan to nter the parade fun. Archers Compete COALDALE (HNS) Ills iminations in Ihe county of I eth- Itlgo lor the Southern Alberta mrnsr Games Aug. 10 to 13 31 Pin- cr Creek were hold hsre rrceriily. Eight entries vsere received. The winners were: seniors, men's, 18 and over; illiam Voct, picture Butle, 626; eter Kaebicr, Picture Butte, 461. senior women's: Mrs. Mona Sabo. cture Bulle, 398. Junior boy's, 14 to 17 years: JacK enner, Picture Bulle, .130; Danny ronik, Piclure Bulle, There were no [unior women en- Cadcl fcoy's. 10 lo 13 yMrs; Robbie ylor. Conldalc, 4.13; Eddy Felling, Coildale, mi. Think a bit about Alberta. Think a bit about'Blue'. ;