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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedrmtftiy, June 21, 1972 THE UTHBRIDGE HSRAtD _ 3 Miss Conway new queen FOREMOST (Special) Foremost Lions Club's Maver- ick Mardi Gras held recently was highlighted by the crown- ing oE 16 year old Iloxanno Conway as rodeo queen before a crowd at the Foremost Com- munity Hall. Miss Conway, sponsored by the Lions Club, was one of five contestants. Evelyn Bylcmeer, represent- ing Skiff Ladies Variety Asso- ciation, placed second and Annette Bianchi of the Writing- on-Stone Riding Association was third. The new queen was crowned by Joyce Haraga, 1971 queen. The three-day celebration lived up to its reputation of be- ing bigger and better every year. Activity commenced with 4-H calf show and sale by the Pronghorn and Shortgrass Beef Clubs. Fifty-five animals were shown, the grand champion award going to Sharon Wesley and the reserve champion tro- pliy to Brian Ehnes, both of the Shortgrass club. At the sale in the afternoon, the grand champion was pur- chased jointly by two local businesses, Konno's Meals and Foremost Hotel. Many of the animals were bought by local buyers, the average price be- ing better than 40 cents pel pound. The first evening featured fashion show by the rodeo queen contestants. They model led stylish outfits supplied by a Lethbridge store. Next morning Mayor Rein hold Karl was hard at work with other chamber of com merce members keeping throke out in a five-room fur- nished house on the Philip Morrison farm, two miles southeast of New Dayton. A heater in the house, main- ained for the farm help, was :he cause of fire. The house was completely de- stroyed but there was no dam- age to surrounding buildings. UCW parley NEW DAYTON (HNS) Seven members and four vis- itors met at the home of Mrs. Kitty Kent at Lethbridge for the June meeting of the United Church Women. The devotion, Love is Hopeful, was given by Mrs. Elton Duell. Mrs. Ivan Meyers of Coaldale spoke on "communications." Mrs. Jim Ross reported that strawberry tea will be held Thursday at the Raymond Ridgeview Lodge from 2 to p.m. New Dayton will entertain at ,he lodge in February and March of 3973. The group will recess for the summer months and' meet again Sept. 13 at the home of Mrs. Alice Gorrill. Opens July 1 ELAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Opening day for the Crows- nest Pass community swim- ming pool here has been set for July 1. Tentative plans call for the opening ceremony to begin at 2 p.m. and plans for speakers and other events are being made. Recreation director Bonnie Porter says schedules for pre- schoolers, beginners and adults wishing to take swimming les- sons are rapidly being filled. Workmen are busy putting t h o finishing ouches to the ATA elects FOREMOST Maurice Levesque, principal ol Manyberries School, was elecl< 26 records fall Scholarships awarded SPARWOOD (IINS) Th Sparwood Secondary S c b o o awards ceremony was held cently. Receiving scholarships and j bursaries were: B.C. Bakery Scholar ship: Barbara Janco. St. Michael's CWL Vocational Scholarship: Louise Roberge, The Royal Antediluvian Or- der of FJuffalos, Bursary: Phyllis Musil. Knighls of Columbus, Father Anthony Council Scholarship: Sandra PetovclEo, Kaiser Resources Lid. Schol- arship: Robert Parry. The George Solko Memorial Awards: George Rusnak, Craig Madsen, Judy Pakosz, Barbara F o n t a n a, Roxanne Oliver, Edna Katrichak, Eleanor Fri- berg, Jo-Anne Ross, Malcolm Brophy, Kathy Dorady, Anne Katrichak, Gail Fontana, Rob- ert Parry and Louise Robcrgc. Attend rites NEW DAYTON (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Olio Cronkbitc, Air. and Mrs. Tom Cronkhite, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Cronkhite, and Mr. and Mrs, Hal Cronkhite and children vrere in Edmonton to attend the wed d ing of Da- vid Cronkhite, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cronkhite of Ed- monton. More district ca page 11 COALDALE (HNS) A to- tal of 26 records were broken at the County of Lethbridge 20 track meet held at the Kate Andrews High School here re- cently. It was sponsored by Local 21 of the Alberta Teachers Asso- ciation and was conducted by the teachers. Mrs. Joyce Obcr was chair- man. There were about 200 ath- letes aged 11 to 17 from 13 county schools. Class championships were awarded as follows: Pee wee girls, (11 and un- Debfoy Sprinkle, John Da- vidson School, 16 points. Pee wee boys, Calvin Miller, Readymade, 10 points. Bantam girls (12 and 13 Caroline Sjogren, Noble- ford, 13 points. Bantam boys, a lie between Michael Oliver, Picture Butte High School, and Wayne Tuski shima, R. I. Baker, 12 points each. Midget girls (14 and 15 Bonnie Stanko, R. I. Baker, 14 po'tits. Midget hoys, Hubert Aver, R. I. Baker, 14 points. Juvenile girls championship was won by Jannie Wolak. Pic- ture Butte High. 13 points. Gerhard SchmoUl of Kate Andrews High School earned the most points of all, a grand total of 20. ATA officials in charge of this track meet slated, upon request from the Lethbridge County 26 southern regional recreation board, the results from this meet can be used as the county's run-off for the Southern Alberta Summer Games to he held at Bow Is- land. foltow: PEE WEE GIRLS 60 yards dash Joan Pavan. Long jump Deby Sprinkle, High jump Defcy Sprinkle. Soft bail throw Deby Sprinkle. relay Sunnyside. PEE WEE BOYS tfi yard dash Calvin Miller, Long jump Calvin Miller. High jump Larry Drake. Softball throw Dale Kamfnskl. Relay Baker. BANTAM GIRLS 60 yard dash Caroline Slorgren. 230 yard dash Donna Henna, Pic- ture Butte High. Long jump Lorefta Siebcrt. High lump Pat Lengyel. ..-lay fVicNally. BANTAM BOYS 100 yard dash Russell. 220 yard dash Michael Oliver. 440 yard dash Wayne Tsukishima Mile Wayne Tsukishima. meter hurdles Will Lanier. Long jump Michael Oliver. High lump Will Lanier. Bantam boys shot put Jim Rus sell. Relay Baker. MIDGET GIRLS 100 yard final Gwen Milter. 370 yard Jeanncfto Gibbons. .140 yard Cecilia Malkas. M merer hurdles Delynn Harrl son- Long Jump Sandra Vaselenak. High lump, Delynne Harriioq. Shot put Bonnie Sfanko. Discus Bonnio Slanko, Rclav BaVer. MIDGET BOYS 100 yard dash Hubert Aver. 370 yards Richard Boras. 4JO yards Willy Veldhuiren. Mils Roberr Dykstra. 120 yard hurdles, Jitn Brandhorst. Long jump Wayne Shimoda. Triple jump Darrel Osmond. High iump Hubert Aver. Shot put Doug Lengyef. Discus Neil Cofell. Relay Kate Andrews High Schoo JUVENILE GIRLS 100 yards Jannie WolflV- 270 yards Jannie WolaK. 410 Paf Boullon. 350 yards Pat Boulton. 80 meter hurcJfes. Onl kean. Long lump Elfce Janhsen. High jump Jannh Wolafc. Shot put Onlkean. DIscue Janhsen. Rcfay Kara Andrews High. JUVENILE BOYS 100 yards Gerhard Scnmold. 220 yards Gerhard Schmold. 440 yards Gernard Schmold. 880 yards Mike Bryant. 1M meter hurdles Don Quapp. Mile _ Willfe Granson. Long jump Gerhard SchmoltJ. Hign jump Fred Mikado. Tripfe jump Gucnther Maeht, Shot put John Discus John Roeit. ftftlay Kare Andrews High School. <3 recently to head Alberta eachers' Association Local 'o. 12 for the 1972-73 school ear. Allen Eng of Conquerville vas elected vice-president and Halnsworth of Foremost chool secretary-treasurer. Joe Iross of Foremost was re- lectcd for a further term as rofessional development hairman. Mr. Levesque, who. served as ice-president during 1971-72, e p I a c e s retiring president lichard Buswell of Foremost ichool. The remaining members Ihe ATA local council will lie elected at the first meeting in the fall. BEST FOR VIEWING MAZELSPOORT, South rica CAP) A new Af- mirror being installed in the Boyden Observatory will provide the most powerful telescope in the Southern Hemisphere, scientists report. They plan to use the new instrument to flash a laser beam to the moon. Nobleford sent down to defeat IRON SPRINGS Iron Springs. Little League team, coached by Barry Reitcr an 3 Dave Carr, defeated Nob- leford 11-2. Patrick Sorgard was the pit- cher for the winning team. Gypsy Tea will feature musicians PICTURE BUTTE Dress up as a gypsy and come to :he Gypsy Tea at the home of Mrs. Leonard .Hanay, five miles east of Picture Butte, Wednes- day, June 23. The road is hard-surfaced all the way out pjid the loca- tion is well identified by signs. The gypsy tea starts at p.m. and at the roving musicians in their costume will make an appearance. Younger children are wel- come as there will be a toy box, cookies and Koolaid to keep them happy. Canadian Gypsies will be available to tell your fortune. This year the gypsy tea will run until evening so that cou- ples might come out and enjoy the fortune telling. Admission is silver collection. AU proceeds will aid mental health programs. WINS POST Alan (Pete) lias been appointed arlministralive assistant to Stan Walts, inler-collegiate athletics chairman, Brigham Young University, Prov-o, Utali. Sir. Witbeck, married with two children, is a Ray- mond native son. He lias scouted for the university bas- ketball team and later coach- ed freshman squads to 38 wins and three losses. His mother is Mrs. Angelina Wit- beck. To Ottawa NEW DAYTON Skeith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Skeith, will represent the Raymond High School on a trip to Ottawa July 29 for a week's sightseeing. CAPITOL ANNUAL STORE-WIDE CONTINUES 'til JUNE 30th If you wanl Furniture, Carpots, Appliances, Bedding, etc No w's tlie lime to get to Capitol for the Biggest Bargains of the Summer Hurry because Time is fast running outl Better SUPER VALUE! ROOM GROUPS fOR NEWLY-WEDS with your purchase of either group: A set of dishes and A Westmghouse efcctri; ketrfe toaster GROUP NO. 1 3 pee. bedroom suite matt re si and box spring 2 pee. chesterfield suite [selection of fabrics) 2 slop tables 1 coffes 2 living room lamps 2 boudoir Tamps 5 kilcben suite. ONtY GROUP NO. 2 3 pee. walnut wood bed' room suite Simmons matlress and box spring 2 pee. chesterfield suite (Kerculon fabric, assarted colors) 2 lamp rabies 1 coffee lable 2 living room lamps 2 boudoir lamps 7 pec. kitchen tuite. ONLY Our Entire Stock of Quality CARPETS GOING AT GENUINE REDUCTIONS! Just look of 2 examples of the many slashed [n price 100% NYLON CARPET 4.95 Reg. 7-95 Sq. Yd. JUNE SALE SQ. YD......... SPECIAL PURCHASE! HERCULON POIYPROPYLON 3 TONED LOOPED CARPET 6.50 5 colors. Reg. 10.95 Sq. Yd. JUNESAIE, SO. YD. SEE ALSO OUR LARGE SELECTION OF TILE AND LINOLEUM ALL SPECIAL PRICED! 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