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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ____. rhutjday, .V.arch 23, 1972 THC ISTHBRIDGe HERALD 3 ATTEND CHURCH PARLEY The Southern Alberla field secretary; and Rev. Brian Brown, the host minister. Presbytery of rhe Unifed Church of Canada met recently Rev. A. T. King of Lothbridge introduced Dr. Moore. ot Medicine Hot. Attending, from left. Dr. A. B. B. Moore, His father ordained Mr. King in New Brunswick more moderator; Rev. Jerry Hulchinson, Alberta conference lhan 60 years ago. Swiharl Photo oiicntjy uiii t IVIBIS IIIULI Herald iN'civs firsf. Daptin? spatkruan S'eed 73. Slaty Pilcher and T a mar a Tang, 64. Gallup of HIS was cnnied bv 15 ye-irs; S tic 1 ley rv.irfeldl Dclar.i SpacXman Bui't of Cards ton on the B7; 1'cndry anrj l_CJ9 f'aHin BOYS day ot the Cardston Music ,5 years: Ruv.cll 1. Chris Lang falcon 83 pitcher Students competed in both the piano and vocal years ana vinoer Loni" Uil-er leavill and Christine Hunter, It, lied (or 87; Sholley Piano solo. Badi, li years; Rcber! artd Shelley JanE'k.i o3 3: A'.ark Sloan et. GrarJf i: Rcnsld SO; Dal It in the 20 tli years and under: Rctirrt Tarn jan-os Ff-rquiwi 75 piano solo class for 14 year-olds that Shellcv earned Trudy Pilcher 63. 14 years and under: Shelley Buri Solo, Bach, lenicr: Rus-rx- I Kondal Cainercn EO, 7: Paul Slcan 67; Kelly Wat- high m ark. She plavctl Colccn Beajrr 10, 11 and Robert Kef'tr Clock by aqe limit [not more than 3 f.'.ark PltcTicr 85; Darrrl Drjth the adjudicators, Miss Sandra E r d m a n and Bach, 9 years and under: 3: Tamora Tam 63; J'jKc Ann 60. r-.'.arqie 10, Lori and Tcdd f.2 B f.'.arl: Sloan E6; Curtis George Lewis of Missoula, 85 each, lied ,'-arJ-: impressed with the musical talent Shelley Hendry, Bi each, lied icr flrslj Chris Ung 12 veers: Jack Dr. Lewis was ajnazed to see so many young people 13 vears and untfnr; Russell B7, Lester LeaviU Sonatina, 10 years and sale set peting, That is not the rule in festivals across the border. The re, they mainly t ake in high school students. Following arc Monday's 1? years antf un-Jcj-; Jac> Thomas Lcjii DL-CO, Sonalinn, 13 years urrior: fna Ruisell and Rcfterl Tagy, 6S fcr flrsl; Trudy Pitch-r I CNP IJureau'j Ladies Association of tilt1 Bellovue nrcn: and Grt-j GIRLS Burl S3. Piano Duel, 10 years, Stacy sale in the Bcllevuc United Church Friday, March Lori Humphreys, 51 Oiedi. 15 yarv 33; Amber V.'cnr-cr a-.d Jr.-0'yn VanOrman 61 Dana Durley Carl-linn? Rw to 5 Bonnie Park wins praise BLAIRMORK (CNP Bureau) i Tuesd ay's perfon nance a t Ihe 'Pass music festival saw Bonnie Park of Coleman score E7 marks for the morning's h i g h in piano solo, Bach for competitors 11-years and un- der. Runners-up were Joan Had- ford of Blairmore and Brent BaJong of Frank, both with 85 marks. The music festival is spon- sored by tiie Blairmore Lions Club. All classes have been well at- tended. Adjudicator Miss Alexandra (Sandra) Munn has won the ad miration of all competitors for her method of putting cor- rections across to the young people. She complimented many of the participants for their presentations. High marks of S3 awarded to two classes Mon- day, Laurie Fumagalli and Wayman Mah of Bellevuc in pi- ano duets for competitors 16 years and to Miss Karen Pozzi, also of Bellevue, in Class 207 piano solo for years and un- der. Monday evening's perform- ance the Crowsncsl Gymnastics meet set for Saturday COLEMAiY fCNP Bureau) The southwest zone gymnastics meet will licM at the Crows- nest Consolidated High School Saturday, March 25, at a.m. A total of -12 gymnasts from LCf, Lolhbridgc; Willow Creek Composite, Claresholm; Math- cw Halton, Pincticr Creek; and the Crowsnest Consolidated High School will take part in the day-long event. Pass Symphony Orchestra scoring 87 and 85 in class 30G full orchestra open. Monday alter noon marks: Girls vocal solo. Grade 2: DIanne Bov.tn, PIncher CreeX, solo D: Rober! Brostaky, Blair more, (U. Clarinet solo D: Mark Balog, Frank vocal solo, flrade 2: Mark Poch, PincTw Creek, 45, and MarX Heat o PIncher Creek, AIJo sax solo E: Jody Hutch inson. Sparwood. B.C., 61, French horn, solo D: Margaret Edli Frank 85. Girls vocal solo, grade 3: Michelle Dohek, Blair mere, fli; and Janice Froese, PIncher Creek 8J. solo D: Tim Chsblllon, e, S3; end Douglas Kolnberg, Jlairi are, 82. Trombone solo C: Carmen Tre1 sano, Bellevue, 85. Bays vtxal solo grade 3: Woody Sutherland, PIncher Creek, and Jack Hole, Plncher Crecfc, BJ. Baritone horn solo D: Darren Fan- tin, Blairmore, 86. Diane Karen Svoboda, Frank Vl. Karen Pozzl, Bellevue, SB; end Laui Ftrmlgalli, Bellevue Glris folk song solo, 14 years and under: Barbara Dennis, Lundbreck, 87; Karen Blalrmorej 85. Violin solo, grada 6: Laurie FurnB' galll, BellevLfe, Trumpet solo, C: Waller Gall, Hill- crest, 65. Girls voc.il aolo, grade B: Barbara Dennis, Lundbreck. bS; and Brenda Custard, PIncher Creek 84. Boys vocal sola. Grade S: David Jor- dan, Plnchor Creek, 75. Piano duet, IS anrf under, Lau- rie Fumngalll, Bellevue, 68. Classical Diana Svoboda, Frank, 80, Bach French or English: Suites open; FAlth Harms, Lclhbrldge. 84. Solo speech, lyric poetry, 13 and, under: Karen Dobck, Blal Piano solo. Moiait Sorala, ATTENDS PAHLKY IRON SPniNGS (HNS) Leonard K. Hnncy is at Red Deer attending Hie Alberta SiHxI Growers convention. S6; snd Fsiih Harms, Lethlvitfge, 81 Plario solo, comociers, 17 levue, 83. TUESDAY Piano solo, S years and under: Beth- any Gxfd, Blairmore, E5r and Char- lotfe Blairmore, Piano solo, sonatina 10 years, and under: Roxanne VanWyk, Belle 65: and Jean Radlcrd, Blairmorc, Piano solo, sonatina, 11 years and under: Bonnie Park, Coleman, end LorF Kolnberg, Blairmore, 84. Piano solo. Bach 9 years and under: Roxanne VanWyfc, Bellevue, Sir and Ginl Decoux, and Bethany Codd, of Blafrmore, Pfano solo, Bach, 11 under: Bcnnla Park, Coleman, B7; Radfofd and Brent Bafog, FranX, 85 each. Piano solo, 1! years and under: Tony Fumagalll, Bellevue, 86; Barbara Den- nis, LundhrccX, 65. Piano tfuet> 14 years and under: Bar- bara Dennis and Jcxiy Pharis, Lund- brMk, 84. Girjs vocaf solo 11 Bonnie Park, Coleman 83. Girls vocal solo, 11 years: Susan Madecd, Coleman 14. School chorus, elemenlary folk song, Grade A to t: Horace- Allrn Srhfwl, Cofeman, direcfetJ by E. Malanchuk, and Canyon School, PIncher Creek, directed by Mrs. 81 Horace Allen School, Coleman, di- rected by G. Frier, (U; and Canyon Pincher directed by rVirs. KHflak, 83. School chorus, 5, Horace Al- fen School, Coleman, directed ftUs. J. Grand, 8J. Gratfes -l to 6, Uvlngslone School, Lundbj-ectf.