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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1973 THI IITHMIDOE MIRAlD 3 Cowley Lions Rodeo Queen contest Billie Stewart, Jane Fitzpatrick, Gloria Provost and Heather Glen, left to right, are competing for the Cowley Lions Rodeo Queen title this year. It's a highlight of the Cowley-Lundbreck Rodeo scheduled for Aug. 12 and 13. The queen will be crowned Sunday, Aug. 13. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Verrmn Decoux, Resident Rep., Phone S62-2149 COOLING SYSTEMS For Any Size Home or Building FREE ESTIMATES Coolerator Window Coolers Manufactured by McGraw-Edison SOOO B.T.U. 65.60 8000 B.T.U. 223.20 6000 B.T.U. 78.80 B.T.U. 289.20 LARGER SIZES AT THE SAME LOW PRICES CHARLTON HILL LTD YOUR AIR CONDITIONING CENTRE 1262 2 AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 4-H award winners Left photo. Miss Brenda Stappler presents the Fore- most Royal Bank silver plate to Miss Shiela Scratch, win- ner of the best overall project book in unit two. Miss Scratch is a member of the Hoping Nimble Needles 4-H Club. Above, leader Mrs. Joseph (Marge) Mitzel presents Miss Theresa Garber with Snger sewing shears on behalf of the Doris Fabric Caravan and Mrs. Bea Egli. Miss Gar- ber, also of Nimble Needles, is the efficiency award win- ner and a delegate to attend the summer session of the Olds School of Agriculture. Brenda Kolesar gives history of Hoping Nimble Needles Club ETZIKOM (HNS) The 13th annual Hoping Nimble Needles 4-H achievement night was held in the Hoping Community Cen tre recently. The club history was given by Brenda Kolesar. She recall ed the earlier years of 4-H or- ganized by leader Mrs. Waldo (Adeline) Dixson assisted by Mrs. Joe (Marge) Mitzel. 3rd DAY TRUCK DELIVERY BETWEEN For the first time a MEDICINE HAT cross-country truck service LETHBRIDGE which is exPress KWIKASA1R already operates third day delivery between Toronto and Vancouver; second day between and Winnipeg; also service into Northern British Columbia and Vancouver Island, as an element of cross country service. KWIKA5AIR service includes: Pick-up and delivery, single order, Invoice and Responsibility. For a detailed Tariff, or Pick-up, call EWIKASAIB CALGARY: Pick-up 253-0476 EDMONTON: Pick-up 476-3361 Office 253-0451 Office 476-7641 The first public speaking win- ner was Shiela Mitzel (Mrs Rodger Seeman) and the first demonstration winner was Deb- orah Ehnes (Mrs. Lloyd A dress review was held with Theresa Garber as commenta- tor. Clothes made during the year were modeled and judged by the Medicine Hat district home economist, Mrs. Yvonne Kennedy and her assistant Mrs. Carol Snedden. Sherry Black spoke on her pet horse. The camp report was given by Debbie Lee and the tour to Medicine Hat was reported by Maureen Collin. Mrs. Mitzel presented each member with a 100 per cent at- tendance pin for-1971-1972. She also announced the win- ners with efficiency and dele- gate to Olds School of Agricul- ture during this summer as Theresa Gaber with alternate winner Melody Mueller. Third standing girl was Rita Kana. Rita was also the winner for her best sewing for fit. Best model was Brenda Kolesar. Efficiency winner in unit one, best project book and overall sewing and projects, was Diane Carl. The most improved member in all her achievements is Shari Seward. Four seek title CGIT GRADUATION SPRINGS (HNS) The Iron Springs CGIT held its graduation service recently at the Iron Springs United Church. This year's .theme, which was chosen by the six graduating ?irls, was "The Noble Nature." The six girls Irene Caruso, De- nise Hammon, Janice Jorgen- sen, Debbie Wieland, Janet Papworth and Bonnie Bailey, and the 1971 graduate, Diane Brno, met for a banquet pre- pared by their leader, Mrs. Gloria Miller. COWLEY (HNS) Four girls are seeking the title Cowley Lions Rodeo Queen. Their interests range from goat-tying to oil painting. The queen will be crowned Sunday, Aug. 13, the second, day of the Cowley Lund- breck Rodeo. Here are brief biographical sketches of the contestants: Jane Fitzpatrick, 16 of Twin Butte, attends the Matthew Halton High School at Pinch- er Creek. She is interested in oil painting and horseback riding, collects penny banks, and is active in two 4-H clubs. Heather Glen, 16, of Lund- breck, attends the Living- stone High School. Her inter- ests include working with cat- tle and horses; ranch work such as baling hay and com- bining. She studies art in her spare time and her hobbies include baking, gardening, and tak- ing part in the Timber Trails 4-H Beef Club. She is active in school sports. Gloria Provost, 17, of Brock- et, attends the Matthew Hal- ton High School. She likes horseback riding and associ- iated activities. Billie Maureen Stewart, 14, of Blairmore, attends the Crowsnest Consolidated High School. She likes animals, domes- tic or wild, sports, biology and reading. Her hobbies in- clude cow riding, goat-tying and horseback riding. S. P. JOHNSON photos Spectator (reaction Linda Davies, June Sabo and Brenda Tokoi enjoy hose-laying action at Picture Butte. That town swept the honors. Other photo, contestants get wet. M and M MOBILE HOME PARK NOW RENTING IN MAGRATH month PHONE 758-3572 EVENINGS Fast water action PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The southern zone hose-laying contest (to see who represents the area at the provincial in-set at Milk River in September) was held here recently. Teams from Picture Butte, both women's and men's, slosh- ed to victory. Grand aggregate winners were, first, Picture Butte No. 1 team with a total of one min- ute and 9.44 seconds; and sec- ond, Redcliff at one minute and seconds. Total times are taken from the times of four runs. In the change-of-length evolu- tion, Picture Butte No. 1 team finished in 17.2 seconds. Sec- ond was Redcliff at 17.92 sec- onds. In the make-and-break run: first Picture Butte No. 1 at 15.71 seconds; and second, Milk River at 17.17 seconds. In women's events Picture Butte took top honors. Grand aggregate, Picture Butte No. 26 at 36.52 seconds and second, Coutts at 38.88 seconds. These times are based on two runs each. In women's make-and-break, Picture Butte No. 1, 17.16, and second, Picture Butte No. 2, 17.48 seconds. Change of length evolution was Picture Butte No. 2 at 19.04 seconds and second place, Coutts with a time of 19.45 sec- onds. BUY-RITE MEN'S WEAR KNOWS WHAT GOES MUST COME 100% POLYESTER SHIRTS Long sleeves. Pastel shades Canadian made. Sizes 15- Regular 4.95 SALE PRICE 1 .95 BELL SLEEVED SHIRTS 100% polyester, machine washable, assorted shades, sizes Made in Can- ada. Regular 9.95 SALE PRICED 3 .95 KNIT SHIRTS Long sleeved Sizes 15'A- All Canadian made. SPECIAL 2 .95 G.W.G. COWBOY KING FLARES Sizes 29-36. Reg. 11.95 SALE PRICE? 6 .95 DRESS PANTS Wool and Polyester. All shades. Sizes 32-42. Canadian Made. Regular to 23.00. SALE 7 .95 Sons visit Robert Lyinan CLAKESHOLM (Special) Robert Lyman at Por- upine Hills Lodge recently rare his sons from far afield. Visiting were: Arthur E. Ly- man, Ardsley, N.Y., and George Lyrrtan, Kirkland, Wash., an- ther son, daughter-in-law and frandson, Mr. and Mrs. Oren tfman and Lloyd Lyinan of Cayley. SUITS Broken lines. Short, Regular, Tall Sizes 36 to 44. Regular to 125.00 All English Worsted Wool. Tails, Regulars, Short. Sizes to 52. Regular to 99.00 SALE PRICED......... 39 59 .50 .50 BELTS Wide Style. All shades 32-36 Canadian Made. Reg 6.00....... More district pages 40, 41, 42 and 43 ALL SPORT JACKETS ALL MERCHANDISE NOT ON SALE 20% OFF BUY-RITE MEN'S WEAR 318 5th ST. S. OPEN THIS THURS. TILL 9 P.M. No refunds or exchanges, all sales cash, alterations extra. I ;