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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta IV Wxlnoday, Monti 14, THE U1HSRIDOE HERALD 3 Archives workers tape stories CARMANGAY Ingran and Barry Necyk from Hie' Provincial Museum and Archives of Alberta came here recently to interview' Ren a Burns, Ena Nielsen, Elizabeth Akitt and Wallace Miller. They taped interviews of foresting episodes in this com munity by these oldtimers of the district. The Little Bow Comiminit; Club, under the leadership 6 Maureen Close, last, summe: was asked to talk to oldtimers of the district and send in th' name of people who would help They also talked to people i: the Barons and Champio: areas. Best Girl Giiard Mrs. Jean Nelson of Fort Macleod presents a trophy lo her daughter, Wanda McBride, for the "best contribu- tion to Ihe Junior Forest Girl Guard Club" during 1972. It is the Fort Macleod Fish and Game Association Trophy. The sportsmen back the Girl Guards. District News In Brief Red Wings victorious in bantams WARNER (HNS) Recent Milk River held a hockey tou nament for bantam playe with the Red Wings of Let bridge winning the doub knock-out tournament. Milk River also held a tour- nament for midgets. Blairmore won the trophy. Eight southern Alberta teams took part in the double knock-out series. solo class Virginia Gale plays ivell BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Lions president Jerry Lons- >ury: welcomed competitors to the Crowsncst Pass Music Fes- tival. The three-day event, sponsor- ed by the Blairmore Lions Club, ends today. Dorothy Swetnam of: Calgary, pianist known across Canada and in Europe, is; the adjudica- tor. High marks of the first ses- sion went lo Virginia Gale of Blairmore. She won 89 marks for her presentation in the pi- ano solo class, seven years and under. Joanne Price of Blairmore took second place in this ev- ent. Results follow: PIANO SOLOS 8 years and under: Marc Pitt, 86; and Filar Martinez, 85, 11 years and under: Joan Mrs. "Volstad seeks information for Clareslioliu history book Top grower Fr it7 (Frank) I'avka of Tahcr is lire top sugar tied grower for 1972. His yield of 23.53 tons per acre, on a 5C- aere contract, was good enough lo win the silverware. Brother Larfdic I'avka of Crauforrt shows the trophies. The trophy was present- pit liy the Alberta Sugar licet '.Growers. The Taber Times offers the challenge cup. A computer came up with the winner recenlly, too late for tlie annual banquet. RCMP in charge of CD equipment TWO MEETINGS FERN1 3 high- way promotion meeting will he held in the Three Sisters Motel here Friday, April 27. The an- nual meeting of the Kootcnay Boundary Chamber of Com- merce will he held April 28 and 23. W. R. Prankish, Fernie Board of Trade, Box 747, is the host. GOLFERS TO MEET COALDALE (HNS) Local golfers will meet at p.m "Thursday in the Town office basement room to learn aliout and plan a tour of the Indian Hill Golf Course which is lo- cated about 13 miles southeast of town. PIONEER CLUB TABER (HNS) A change of date for the annual meeting of Taber Pioneer Club has beei announced by publicity chair man Harry B. Myers. The meeting is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday, April 8, in the White Hoom, Taber Community Cen- tre. CONCERT SET TABER (HNS) 'Seren3dort. Board members from Kim- iic-rley, Cranbrook and Invcr- mere, whose communities have recently built hospitals, warn- ed the local groups would do hotter to take advantage of the experience of the regional board, Aflcr a lengthy discussion in (oniinillcc of the whole, the Imard decided to grant Ihe lo- cal Sparwood society, (the Mi- chel Natal Hospital approval to proceed with pre- liminary planning in com- pliance witti ICL'ms and condi- tions laid down by BCII1S. DAYS ONLY! UR CHOICE of 9 Colonial Chesterfield Suites All at the one, LOW PRICE of, each............... If you're looking for Colonial Furniture h ere's your opportunity to get the finest avail- able at a genuine saving All are different styles and colors to give you a wide choice to fit your own decor. Convenient Terms Available! till 9 p.m. Thurtdoy and Friday Nights! PHONE 327-8578 326 5th Street S., lethbridge ;