Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, June 14, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 CROWNS MARDI GRAS Zielke of Foremost is crowned Queen of the Foremost Maverick Mardi Gras by last year's queen, Janet Hamling. The 25lh annual stampede was a success despite inches of rain in 12 hours. The weather forced officials to turn the show into a three-day affair. -Geoff Tagg photo By GEOFF TAGG Herald News Service FOREMOST Foremosi's second annual Maverick Mardi Gras and 25th annual stampede w a s a wonderful success de- spite the dreadful weather. Two a half inches ot rain hi 12 hours caused the celebra- tion to be spread over three days instead of two. This year's M a r d i Gras Queen is Paula Zielke of Fore- most, sponsored by Foremost Lions Club. Karen Elliott of Warner, sponsored by Writing-on-Stene Biding Association, was second and Sherry Lee of Shortgrass Beef Club third. Others taking part were Karen Haimling spon- sored by Foremost Elks; Dian- r.a Scbatz of the Royal Cana- dian Legion; and Marlene Chesney of the F.tzikom Roping Club. The parade, held over one day, was one of the biggest and bek ever seen in Foremost. The rodeo finals went on in the afternoon in an arena with more than a foot of mud. This added to the difficulties of the cowboys, but added to the en- joyment of the spectators. Calves were almost impos- sible to turn with legs totally buried in the mire. Cowboys took many unceremonious falls from surprisingly agile broncs and bulls. Lions club president and ro- deo announcer Vern Arnold brought the crowd to its feet as he showed he was rat all talk by riding one of the bulls after OFFICIAL OPENING G H SERVICE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS DOWNTOWN QUINN BUILDING, MILK RIVER SATURDAY, JUNE 27th to 5 p.m. COFFEE AND DONUTS SERVED YOUR HOSTS GLEN ELLERT and HARVEY LESLIE the final event. He finally took dive into the deep mud amid cheers from the spectators present. WINS SCHOLARSHIP Peter Thomas Cosligan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Costigan of Blairmore, lias won the board of governors scholarship in law at the Uni- versity of Alberta. He obtain- ed the highest mark in the examination in first year law. Eight Meets Point Way To Games COALDALE (HNS) Prep- arations are under way here for the Southern Alberta Sum- mer Games 1970 scheduled for Aug. 10 to 13 at Pinchcr Creek. W. D. Gelded, southern county regional recreation di- rector, is chairman cf the County of Lcthbridge Region No. C for tlie Games. Eight meets will be staged in j .the comity. I These will include a wide variation of recreation with something lo interest everyone. Further information can be obtained from Mr. Geldert. at the southern regional recrea- tion office Coaldale phone 345-374C- or from Miss Wendy Rasmussen. north county rec- reation cifice, Picture Bulte, phone 732-4774. Rodeo Winners 23 Graduands FOREMOST (Special) Winners of the 'major events In Foremost's 25ih annual rodeo held recently were as follows: Calf roping Lynn Win- bourne 14.2; Wayne Livingston 15.2. Bull dogrjina: H, C. Gilham 9.4; Tern Walters 10.3. Ladies barrel racing: Sharon Krause 18.7; Paifi Larose 19.6. Junior barrel race: Patti Larcse 19.9; Brian Ball 20.0. ,B.arcback: Tom Walters; Ken Dav- s'add.e bronc: Beny Kropius; Rick Roenlsh. Calf roping: Lcroy Huqhson 13.4; Conrad Wallberger 20.6. Bulldogging: Albert Blackwater 12.7. Ladles barrel racing: Doreen Jur- gens 182; Carol Becker 18.6. Junbr barrel race: Dave Dinger- ville 178; Dale Linderman Bull riding: Bob Wilson, Darrel Bascom; Ron Chizmeiia. Bad Cheque NATAL (HNS) Sparwood RCMP reported a bad CPR cheque was passed at Bertcia's Confectionery, Natal, for the amount of payable to an R. Tayner. Similar bad cheques have also appeared at Creston said the RCMP. They have no leads yet en the bad cheques and are warning businessmen to be on the lookout. 6 Win Awards Tlie 1st Coutts Girl Guides and leaders, Capt. Beth Trehub and Eunice Mirer attended Coutts United Church service together when six Guides, Pauline Larson, Shelley Minor, Charol e 11 e Weins, Janet Weins, Geraldine Whitesel and Denise Buna, re- ceived their life and religion awards. CtOSE SALE WE ARE CLOSING OUR LETHBRIDGE OPERATION! VERSATILE PARTS WHILE THEY 1AST Off Regular list Price Cash Price Only SMALL LOADER ENGINES 20% OFF! 7.25, 9 and 10 h.p. SWATHERS 2-18 ft. new Versalils 103 self- propelled V.G. 4 motor. Regular 53067.00. Closing Out Special Model 103 Self Propelled 15 ft., VH 4 motor. Regular C17flfl Closing Out Special I I UVI Type Swcither Transport. Regular CKK Closing Out Special USED EQUIPMENT SPECIALS TRACTORS H.D.I l.B. Allis Chalmers Crawler. Ready lo Go. Regular John Deere 830D _ Electric Starr Recenl molor overhaul New paint. Regular 53500. Closing Out Special___ Allis Chalmers D21 791 Mrs. Duals Cab Turbo Charged Excellent. Regular 59000. Closing Put Special Minneapolis 01000 Foclory change overs done. Regular Closing Oul Special COMBINES I AGRA MART LETHBRIDGE I GIANT I I I I I I I I I I I I I anop ana umce rurnuure will oe soia ar roaucea prices may rje viewed err our _ Case 600 Self Propelled Cab and Culling Equipment. Regular Closing Out Special Mossey Ferguson 410 Self Propelled. Cab 10 ft. McCoy Renn Pickup. Hesslon Slraw Chopper. Good. Regular Closing Out Special Massey Ferguson 300 Self Propelled. 8 fl. McCoy Renn Pickup. Slraw Spreader. Good. Regular Closing Out Special SWATHERS 1-19% foot I.H.C. Model 175 Self Pro- pelled. VG4 motor. Excellent unit. Regular Closing Out Special fl. I.H.C. Model 175 Self Pro- pelled. VG4 motor. Excellent unit. Regular Closing Our Special___ All EQUIPMENT AND PARTS NEW OR USED USTED ON SPECIAL PRICES WILL BE SOLD ON A CASH NO TRADE BASIS F.O.B. UTHBRIDGE. THESE PRICES ARE IN EFFECT UNTIL JUNE 30, 1970. Shop one) Office Furnilure will be at reduced prices May be viewed at cur store! COUTTS (HNS) Olio of (lie largest Grade 9 classes to graduate fi'cra Ihc Osulls Sclicol was honored recently when 23 graduands w ere .served a banquet at the Coutts Civic Centre by mothers of the Grade 8 class. Gordon Thompson said grate and the toast to the queen was given by Russel Ford. Leo Lisowski, principal, intro- juccd the graduahds: Janice Bosch, Valerie Graham, Lori Minor, Janet Stanford, Linda Tollcstrup, Vivien-no Steakley, Jaiaco Tolley, Sandra Tollcy, Russel Ford, Free. Furlong, Knirad Gaits, Anlhcny Grant, Craig Ihme, Shane Jaffray, Riley LETSOU, Barry Loder- p.icicr, Gavin 'McLachlan, .lack Rcsehr, Ar.'.ony R o h i nson, Scctt Hussell, Don-aid Thomp- son. Bill Walker and Larry Wilde. Sponsor Festival TABER (HNS) The Taber Kiwanis Club will continue lo sponsor the annual music fes- tival. The 1970 festival was the first in 10 successive year's to oper- ate at a financial loss. Tlie club recently decided lo continue the festival, naming Fairh'e Spark as continuing chairman, Earl Ellingson as vice-chairman, and Mrs. Nellie Ellingson as secretary. Said Mr. Spark: need Hie teamwork of the parents, school teachers and music teachers to encourage the stu- dents to take part in (lie festi- val." Mrs. Honey Speaks IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Batlersea Women's Institute recently welcomed a new member, Mrs. L. Davids. The Busy Bees Girls' Club report was given by the supervisor, Mrs. W. Kirby. Mrs. H. M. Haney gave a paper on modern trends in ed- ucation. She spoke of tlie research project which has been under- More District On Page 23 taken by the Worth Commis- sion. Studies arc being done in conr.eclicn with bussing stu- dents ar.d Iho building situa- tion. Beavers Meet GRANUM (HNS) Mrs. F. Blair hosted Willow Creek Bea- vers when plans were made for a birthday pai'ty scheduled for Aug. 20 at Bhmt's Nursing Home, Fort Maclecd. Visit 'Pass IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Fifty cue grades five aixl six pupils from the lluntsvillc and Turin schools visited t h c Ci-swshest Pass recently. They visited the Milvain Ranch north of Burmis where they were able to view tiie or- iginal log bouse. They had lunch at Pinchcr Creek where they studied the town. It is built on terraces of (he creek. Shows Films IKON SI'KUNGS (HNS) Mr. .Mrs. Archie Warren were host to the members cf the Ilunlsville School staft when they entertained at din- ner at their home recently. Miss Helen Klassen, a mem- ber of tlie staff for the past year was presented with a gift. During the evening E. Sor- gcr'd showed filirs of a recent trip to Expo 70. and ROW from Herb's Western Wear Setting the South Country's image with selection and quality western clothing Herb Shector suggests That you attend the RAYMOND STAMPEDE ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 1st Visit our store for the finest and largest selection of Western Wear for the entire family WATCH FOR THE GRAND OPENING of our Completely Remodelled New 2-3-4. WATCH NEXT TUESDAY'S HERALD, JUNE 30lh LISTEN TO CJOC's BROADCAST DIRECT FROM OUR STORE WATCH CJLH-TV CHANNEL 7 Remember If it's WESTERN or RUGGED and if it's NEW you'il find it FIRST at WESTERN WHB GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE 308 5th Street S. Phone 328-4726 Ib. Pure Beef Hot Dog ONLY With Every Regular Milkshake Special Effective Thursday And Friday Only Dairii Queen brazier !2th Ave. Mayor Dr.