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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBItlDGE HERALD Tuesday, July 25, 1972----- CLIP! And Start Your Subscription To The Lethbridge Herald in CUP THIS COUPON 3-MONTH SUBSCRIPTION Mailed Within 300 Mile Radius Check Enclosed Name Address 6-MONTH SUBSCRIPTION Mailed Within 300 Mile Radius Check Enclosed Name Address SUBSCRIPTION Mailed Within 300 Mile Radius Check Enclosed Name Address Good Reading Begins With The lethbridge Herald end show in four-day 4-11 meet Jumping, Gymldiana and Ju- nior classes were the events July 14, the last day of Loth- bridge and district light horse show. Two firsts and a second were taken by two horses in the day's events. Joker's Black Pepper, owned by Maxine McKenna, L e t h- bridge, took a first in the junior bareback riding, and junior western equitation, and second in English equitation. Red Pepper, owned by Barry Gillies, of Fernie, B.C. also took a first in English equita- tion and junior jumping and second in junior bareback rid- ing. Results of the day's events are further listed below. SADDLE HORSE AND PONY CLASSES Senior jumping: Lethbridge Community College; Chris Adamson, Raymond, JUNIOR EVENTS Junior jumping: Barry Gil- lies, Fernie; Brian Ball, Leth- bridge. Western Equitation (U years and Hans Hans- ma and Sons, Granum; Sunny Glen Farms, Vulcan. Western equitation (11-14 Max- inc McKenna, Lethbridge; Bill Stronskl, Claresholm. Western equitation (14-18 P. H. Byam Family, Lethbridge; Norm Davies, Lethbridge. English equitiation (under 14 Barry Gil- lies, Feme; Maxine McKenna, Lethbridge. English equitation (14-18 Brian Ball, Mich- ael Shea, Calgary. Bareback riding: Sunny Glen Farms, Hans Hansma and Sons. Bareback riding (11-14 Maxino McKenna, Barry Gil- lies. Halter Class (14-10 years over 14.2 Mich- ael Shea, Bill Stronski, Clares- holm. Halter class (11-14 years, oony 14.2 hands and Bill Stronski, Robert D. Braid, Black Diamond. Junior reining; Michael Shea, Bill Stronski. GYMKHANA EVENTS JUNIOR Pole Bending (18 years and Heather Bradley, Bar- ons, Elmer Jensen, Barnwell. Ride and lead: Maxine Mc- Kenna, Sunny Glen Farms. Mu- sical chairs (18 years and un- der) Mary-Ann Hands a e m e, Lethbridge, Brian Ball. Rescue race: Maxine McKen- na, Heather Bradley, Barons. Junior barrel race: Bill Stron- ski, Maxine McKenna. GYMKHANA EVENTS SENIOR Pole bending: Bonnie Ball, Lethbridge, Lethbridgo Com- munity College. Ladies' Ama- teur barrel race: Bonnie Ball, Lethbridge Community College. Special Committee class: Wal- ter Hyssop, Fort Macleod, G. W. McElroy, Lethbridge. CHAROLAIS SELL HIGH The largest sale In Saskatch- ewan in the history of Charo- lais cattle was held recently. A total of 85 Charolais were sold in Regina for more than reports said. The highest price paid at the sale was for a full French female. Six of the 26 full French sold for J10.000 or more. AUSHERMAN THE NAME THAT SPELLS PERFORMANCE IN COMBINE CYLINDER BARS D D The picture above shows the right, left and end view of the "Ausherman" New Improved Design Bars with the "Ausherman" (Patented) High Sharp Rasp. De- signed especially for all Massey-Harris, International and John Deere combines. This bar will increase the capacity of the cylinder 50% more with the same power on all crops. Ausherman Cylinder Bars are proving Ihey will harvest more acres of any crop better than the conven- tional bars at less cost. Prove it on 50-75 acres, if not satisfied relurn them, money refunded. If you do not use Ausherman Bars, you are the loser. Guaranteed to out- last 2 sers of conventional bars or another set at 14 price. Used bars must be returned. We are exclusive distributors for the Ausherman Combine Cylinder Rub Bars for Alberta and Saskatchewan. VULCAN Phone 485-2331, 485-2333 ;