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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta WedntMiay, July 23, 1973 THI UTHMIDOI HUA1A 3 'A big band and Alberta knows it! Garden City knows what's good By D'ARCY RICKARD Herald District Editor MAGRATH Yesterday the Ma grain Cardston Marching Band gave the Garden what it deserves. A thrill. I didn't like it. I loved it! I loved every glorious, joy- ous, happy, marvelous mo- ment of it! How can these funny kids make life seam so great? What magic do they possess? Individually, well, each one is the kkl next door. Put them all together and they pack a real jolti I just got back and let me tell you, I feel good. It's a grand and glorious feeling, you better believe it! They 'really know how to mix it up. Music on the march. They take up half a Mock. There's no end to them. The way they step out, it's real- ly something. T h e y hit you right in toe heart. Single file, down each sidewalk, two .lines of endless, marching musk makers. They don't hesitate. It's pure joy. Well, to tell you the they put on quite a show. A big band and Alberta knows it The whole parade was out- standing. How can they put on such a show? I don't know! You can't tell me how they do it. It's, a mystery. Floats and beautiful girls and flowers and happy fids. Oldtimers, too. Life moves on. Don't look back. Let's keep it moving. Magrath celebrated her 75th anniversary yesterday. Hard to believe, isn't it, the old girl is that ancient. It's true, sadly enough, that many of her best-loved sons and daughters don't sit and rock on the porches any more. But my, look at that crop of children! Aren't they great? This small town enchant- ment pervades the air. And the people are so confident, so friendly, on their home ground. Not that they don't step out elsewhere, heaven forbid. The Magrath Gardston Marching Band set them back on their heels at the Calgary Stampede Parade and stirred up a veritable storm of music at Whoop-Up Days big bash. They really play for the old folks at home. And we all loved every fan- tastic, fleeting moment. Hope their kids tilne up as well. A pretty girl is like a melody When all is said and done, parades are a lot of fun. You have the fine horses, ridden by the troupe from the Lethbridge Community College. You have the big band and the big floats. You have the fun and th e razmatazz. But nothing can top this little girl's smile. That's the way they grow 'em, out at Magrath, the Garden City of the south. BILL GROENEN phots Just a wonderful marching band, period Magrath-Cardston citizens are proud of their young- sters, and rightiy so. The Magrath-Cardston Marching Band is sweeping parade honors right across Albarta. Irs a fantastic lot of fun, watching them step out, hearing them play. They look and sound, well, just terrific. We all tip our hats to you! And don't we wish there was another parade today! BILL GROENEN photo Lots of fun When You hit the three- quarter century mark, ifs time to toot your horn and flash your belt smile. These Garden City parade participants are doing just that. BILL GROENEN pMfM LARRY STEWART AUCTION SALE MACHINERY AND FURNITURE Nemiskam, Alberta, 8 Miles East of Foremost MONDAY, JULY 30th, 1973 TIME A.M. LUNCH AVAILABLE TEftMS CASH MACHINERY No. 80 Massey-Horrii 14-ft. combine; No. 95 Massey Ferguson Tractor (Al 6-15 Case PTO Smother; IHC Oneway (good No. 3 Money-Harm baler; No. 14T John baler; Suzuki 150 motorcycle; Honda 90 trail bike; 2 wheel %-ton trailer; John Deere tractor cab for a 80; New and used all Hydraulic cylinders; Hydraulic hoses; 10 h.p. electric motor, 3 h.p. electric motors; 10 electric motors, 14 te 1 h.p.; Bench grinder; Vises; Electric lawn mower; 2 gas mowers. HOUSEHOLD 2 antique rockers; 7 fridges, 1 ooi, 6 electric, various sizes and makes; 20 stoves, gas and electric; 4 automatic end 5 wringer 2 gas hot water 2 trailer water tanks; 2 chesterfields; 2 china eoWnett; Various chrome, wood, occasional, easy chairs; Chrome, wood kitchen tobies; Ouontity diihej, pots and pans; Many radios ana' TVs; Numerous beds, oil sizes: Basins; Bothtubs; and windows, oil sites; T-oble. floor, goi lamps and lanterns; 2 bikes reconditioned, men's and Singer sewing machine; luggage end suitcases; Gcs and electric heaters end camp stoves. MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMtROUS TO MENTION HURIBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Avmve S. Uthbridae AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN license No. 41 license PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Chinook Health Unit -mil conduct the following well-baby clinics during August: PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, Aug. 1, health unit office, to a.m. and to p.m LUNDBRECK: Thursday, Aug. 2, Anglican parish hall, to p.m. CLAKESHOLM: Thurs day. Aug. 2, elementary school, (to p.m. FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, Aug. 7, bealth unit office, to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day. Aug. 8. health unit office. to a.m. and to p.m. BLAIRMORE: Thursday, Aug. 9, health unit office, to a-m. and to p.m. BELLEVUE: Friday, Aug. 10, town hall, to p.m. Aug. 14, united church hall, to i p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day. Aug. 15. health unit office, to a.m. and to p. m. CLARESHOLM: Thursday, Aag. 16, elementary school, to p.m. FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, Aug. 21, health unit office, Mayor accepts flags PICTURE BUTTE (Special) Two young runners carried the 1973 Canada Summer Games torch to the town hall here re- cently. Miss Marlene Kurt of the Al- berta Government expressed appreciation for the crowd which had gathered. Mayor Alex Chronik welcom- ed the group to Picture Butte. The Canada Games flag was pres3nted by Canada Winter Games chairman Dean Coop- er, assisted by his vice-presi- dent Miss Vera Ferguson. Mr. Cooper referred to the flag as "a symbol of fee work being done for the young people, the athletes of this country." A small 1973 Summer Games .flag was presented to the mayor for his office by Martia Mc- Jinnon, representing the 1973 Canada Games. The torch bad been travelling for 43 days across Vanada and will be used Aug. 3 to light the ceremonial torch at Queen's Park Stadium in New West- minster, B.C., to officially open the 1973 Canada Games. COURTESY i! LEASING motor vttlc't on cJ tnn leenini- canon ixtt MuM train Fora AulhontM Leasing Citutu Letter (ntmM It wov'4 if courtcty Ifiduflini exempt ma Quat'ty wrVtetinaany ittrowult fleet diKOuflll en ftni M to tnt 01 mil vCMcw. Notionol Identificotion Cord Predictable Costs Con include license Insure FUSE'S Copitol-Totol investment vjuol'y leu than Adaptable to private at wtll as Current model fosy way to set second car Contact our Jeasftifl for the one best "OS.LEASING Divjticn of SUPERIOR MOTORS TAMt ITO. Phottt 2214537 Sunrise Ranch water request under study COALDALE (HNS) Coun- cil was reminded recently that the Sunrise Ranch complex is interested in having water and sewer lines extended to the res- idence housing the adult train- ees. A'study on the costs will be undertaken by the engineer: All other aspects of this re- quest wiU be studied by coun- ciL- Building applications are also being received from north Coal- dale residents and developers. ATTENTION MILK RIVER STUDENTS AND EMPLOYERS All students In Milk River and area are urged to register ot the Student Manpower office in Milk River. needing- summer help, full or part time will be assisted promptly. Contact: CHARLA WINTERS Student Manpower Milk River Town Office Phone 647-3773 Canada Centre de Manpower Maln-dteuvre Centre du Canada Manpower and Immigration Immigration Minister: HM. R. A. AMrts Our Besl Quality Your Besl Ualue! breeze LATEX flat Everyday Low Price GAL. Net DEEP AND ACCENT COLORS S1.00MORE-. BREEZE LATEX INTERIOR FLAT FINISH Recommended for bedrooms, dining rooms, living rooms and hallways. Easily applied with roller or brush. One coat covers most colors. Quick clean up with warm soapy water. SALE! VINYL WALLCOVERINGS Dry strippoble, ready pasted vinyl cooled wallcovering in patterns and colorings for every room in the home. Regular to pgj SINGH ROU per single roll. CHARGEX VmCOME! tOADS OF FRR PARKING GENERAL PAI NT WALLCOVERINGS 1020 3rd Avenue South Phone 329-9221 or 328-9222 ;